Allison Holthoff Obituary Nova Scotia CN Has passed away

Allison Holthoff Obituary – Allison Leah Holthoff, who had a very bright future ahead of her, passed away unexpectedly on the 31st of December, 2022, when she was only 37 years old. Our hearts are broken as we share this news. Allison’s great heart and the love that she has for her family are what have kept her full of life and kept her spunky. Her doggedness and mentality that “the more, the merrier” have helped her to achieve a lot of success, both in terms of her own personal development and in the community.

She has earned the titles of “Deputy Chief” and “Treasurer” as a result of her devoted service as a volunteer with the Tidnish Bridge Fire Department. After that, she became a “Civilian Instructor” by volunteering her time with Cadets alongside her daughter Holly. In addition to that, Allison was in charge of organizing the Wild Meat Dinners, the Kid’s Christmas Parties, After the Bell, and the scrumptious Pancake Breakfasts.

Her tireless efforts and unwavering commitment to the improvement of the town earned her the title of “Volunteer of the Year,” an honor she undoubtedly would have gone on to receive multiple times over. Ali’s hobby farm was located on Ketchum Drive, and she and her family were quite involved in its operation. Ali, always one to seize opportunities, decided to start his studies at the NSCC in September of 2020.

Allison would put in a lot of effort to accomplish the things that were beyond her reach when she was young due to her difficult and chaotic upbringing. We really wish you could have seen how excited and proud she was of herself. After graduating with honors just three weeks before she passed away, this opened up the possibility for her to work as a Funeral Director and, eventually, an Embalmer; however, this was a goal that she would never be able to realize.

Allison will be greatly missed by the man who was the love of her life, Gunter Holthoff; her three wonderful children, Holly, Hayden, and Heidi; her siblings, Nathan, Andrew, and Jaimie; her maternal grandmother, Keith Cormier; her paternal grandfather, Carl Salter; and chosen family Kelly, Fox, Tereasa, Dani, and many, many more, in addition to a large extended Family. Allison’s maternal grandfather, Roy Cormier, and her paternal grandmother, Nancy Salter, passed away before she was born.

Her father, David Salter, was the only member of her immediate family to survive her. Campbell’s Funeral Home in Amherst, Nova Scotia, which can be reached at 902-667-9906, was in charge of the cremation that took place. At the Tidnish Crossroads, Community Centre, there will be a gathering to celebrate Allison’s life on Friday, January 6, 2023, from 3 to 5 o’clock in the afternoon. The funeral service will be performed at the Riverside Cemetery in Tidnish on Saturday, January 7, at 1 pm. Donations in Allison’s name can be donated to the Tidnish Bridge Fire Department or the Tidnish Crossroads & Area Community Centre in lieu of flowers.

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