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I can't believe you aren't here anymore, I miss you and love you so much. Give our sweet Jake a huge hug. Love Always xx
I couldn't believe it when I heard the news today. I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I can still hear your mom's voice in my mind. She was always a joy to be around. Rob and I are keeping all of y'all in our prayers. If there's anything at all we can do please, please let us know!!! I hope one piece of hope is that she's been reunited with Jake. Much love, the Ham Family
Will love and miss you forever❤️
Anne, I loved working beside your mom in Keystone. We always had a great time and laughed constantly. We always had to had peanut M & Ms between us. She would always make sure I didn’t wear green on St. Patrick’s day. I was to wear blue on St. Matthew’s day. She was such a wonderful woman and will be missed. Praying for comfort.
Dear Anne and Leigh. I was so sorry to hear the sad news of your Mum's passing. I have many very fond memories of happy times with your Mum and Dad both in Scotland and Florida. May they both rest in peace.
Alison E. Millar
Alison E. Millar, 76 of Keystone Heights, Florida passed away peacefully with family by her side at the Community Hospice Warner Center in Fernandina Beach, Florida.
Alison was born on April 20, 1946 in Edinburgh, Scotland; daughter of the late James and Helen Haston. She grew up with her sister Aileen who remained her best friend throughout her life. In 1968, Alison married her husband David Millar with whom she had two daughters. In May of 1981 the family along with her parents immigrated to the United States to be reunited with her sister and family.
Alison worked as a medical billing specialist and medical office manager for many years in Gainesville, Fl and Keystone Heights, Fl. After retirement Alison spent as much time as she could with her grandchildren. Some of her favorite memories were traveling, especially to Hawaii and Scotland as well as cruising whenever she could. She also volunteered for a time as a Pink Lady at Shands in Starke, Fl. She enjoyed assisting her sister volunteering at the Lake Area Ministry food bank in Keystone Heights, Fl. She attended Keystone Heights Presbyterian Church. Alison was loved dearly by her family and friends who will remember her fiesty personality, her generous nature and her lovely Scottish accent.
Alison is predeceased by her Parents, James Haston and Helen Haston. Her husband, David Millar and her precious Grandson, Jacob Berglund.
Alison is survived by her sister Aileen Brown, of Orange Park, Fl; daughters, Leigh Litz of Middleburg, Fl.; Anne (Mark) Berglund of Fernandina Beach, Fl.; Grandchildren, Alison (Tyler) Bohannon of Valdosta, Ga.; and Gracie Berglund of Fernandina Beach, Fl.; Great Grandchildren, Grayson and Sadie Bohannon. She also leaves behind many nieces and nephews.
A private gathering of family and friends is planned for a later date.