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M. Alvin George Noftall

M. Alvin George Noftall

January 10, 1946-June 1, 2021


It is with profound sadness that we announce the death of Alvin George Noftall who passed away in Montreal on June 1, 2021, at the age of 75 from complications of cancer.


Alvin was the eldest son to the late Roy and Lillian Noftall of Grand Falls, Newfoundland. He was the loving husband of Catherine (Jill) for 51 years and was the best dad to Allyson and Douglas (Pixie), a Poppy extraordinaire to Charlie, Darcy, and Fiona who he loved immensely.  He was a loving brother to the late Daphne (Ian), Linda (the late Bob), Ruth, Selma (the late Frank), Jocelyn (the late Gord), Lorne, Doug, and Glenn (Will). He will be remembered fondly by Susan (Tom) and Stephen (Ginny), as well as many cousins, nieces, and nephews. He will also be missed by his golf buddies, business colleagues, and close friends.


He was a long-time resident of Dorval, but always a proud Newfoundlander at heart. He was an avid golfer and a gifted softball and hockey player.  He was a very generous man who gave his time and advice to many. He volunteered in Dorval coaching baseball and ringette as well as spending time as President of the Dorval Oldtimers Hockey tournament.


Alvin had a knack of mispronouncing words that could have people in stitches! There was never a dull moment when you were with him. Laughter was definitely the soundtrack of his life. He loved people and so enjoyed throwing a party! He loved his dark rum, lobster and some good old Newfie music.


He was a CPA in Dorval for over 30 years.  For the last few months, his team was instrumental in carrying on his work. A special thank you to Trish for everything she has done.


A service to celebrate his life will be announced and held at a later date.


If people wish to honour his memory, please consider donating money or your time to the Terry Fox Foundation or a cause, organization or fund that is important to you.




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14 Commentaires

  • Eliane Boumerhi Posted

    Our deepest condolences to the family, may he rest in peace in the hands of God

  • Marie Faulkner Posted

    To Jill and family, so sorry for your loss he was precious, send love and prayers.

  • Stewart Hatchell Posted

    What an incredible man – I am saddened to hear of your Dad’s passing & hope you find some solace in your memories of him

  • John W. Cloutier Posted

    Condolences and respects from the Cloutier-de Guzman family.

  • ANn and HErshel BErnstein Posted

    Dear Jill and Family
    We were truly saddened to hear of Al,s passing .We hold great memories of him both personally and professionally. Please accept our deepest condolences. Ann and Hershel.

  • Georgette Haddad Posted

    Our deepest, heartfelt sympathies to you and your family. A tragic loss of a wonderful man. May his soul RIP.

  • Jacques Boisselle Posted

    Jill and family, I was sock when I heard of Al condition Little that I knew that it was terminal. I saw Al at his office lately and he did not show that he was very sick. I loved Al for dealing with him as my accounting, for having good conversation every time we met. After the business we both have the same language our grand children’s. He loved them so much. We had to stop a conversation so he could leave to pick one up. This is what I call a good grand father. I am sure that you are and fell the same way about them. That doesn’t mean he didn’t love his son and daughter. He did at least he spoke very highly about them. I also remember Al for his participation in sport starting at the early age of Douglass at hockey, for his participation and involvement at tournament (old timers) old pros at baseball etc. I will remember him for the good man he was. To you and your kids and family sorry for your lost. Goodbye my friend. Jacques.
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  • Liette and Gordon Byers Posted

    Our sincere sympathies to you and your family.

  • Victoria Goytia Posted

    Mr. Noftall was always great at his profession and an exceptional human being. R.I..P.

  • Don and Cheryl Houston Posted

    We were sorry to hear of Alvin’s illness and passing. He was always so approachable and helpful whenever we had any questions. Our deepest condolences to his family. He will be missed.

  • John Tittel Posted

    In my younger years, Al was as common a scene at Dorval Arena as was the Zamboni. Well-known, much-appreciated gent, he was. My sincerest condolences to the Noftall clan.

  • Stephen Berns Posted

    Although I did not know Al for a long time, I always looked forward to a good conversation with him before we began work – and the conversation was always much longer than that of work. Al was that kind of person. A true professional that was a pleasure to do business with. My condolences to the family for their loss. RIP.

  • Pierre and Rolande Angrignon Posted

    Sincere condolences to the family.

  • Fadi Boumerhi Posted

    Our sincerest condolences to you and your family.

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