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       Eva Allegretto           

Sunrise: Sept 13, 1930 ◇ Sunset: Nov 13, 2021


Eva passed peacefully with her daughter Christine and favourite grand-dog Noosha by her side.
Predeceased by her husband Bruno (1997), and also survived by her son Leo (Kathy), grandchildren Melissa and Anthony, special friend Kelly, nieces, nephews (Vancouver), and many Yukon friends.

Very special Thank-You to Dr. Morash for his years of care and compassion, Special Visitor Emma Dickson, Nurses Isabelle, Stacey, Josh, Prax, Robyne, Hannah, Tarahn (Tammara), EMS Whitehorse, Air North, Dr. Matthew Tennant of Edmonton, and others of Continuing Care Whitehorse.

May she now enjoy her beautiful garden of flowers and vegetables, sewing, knitting, crocheting, baking and the friendships with tea and cookies which she so loved.

A Memorial Service will take place in Watson Lake, summer of 2022.
Memorial donations can be made to the Mae Bachur Animal Shelter ( in Whitehorse.

Comments (5)
  • 20 November 2021
    Sandy Miller

    RIP Eva you are now at peace with Bruno by your side. Condolences to Evas family and friends ❤️

  • 20 November 2021
    Sharon & Rob Quesnel

    Dear Christine, Leo and family,
    We were very sorry to hear of Aunt Eva’s passing. She was such a
    kind, caring beautiful person and very talented. Always remember
    the knitting she did. May she Rest In Peace. Thinking of you all in
    your loss.
    Our sincere sympathy,
    Sharon & Rob

  • 20 November 2021
    Ruth Bare

    My sincere condolences to her children. I remember teaching them

  • 21 November 2021
    Gloria & Alex Seggie

    Thinking of you in the loss of your mother – a shining star, impossible to forget.
    May Aunty Eva Rest in Peace.
    With our Heartfelt Sympathy,
    Gloria, Alex & Ryan

  • 30 December 2021
    Dave Welham

    Dear Leo and Chris:
    My last memories of your Mom are of her riding her adult tricycle along the then-gravel streets of Watson Lake, and of the beautiful garden of flowers and vegetables that she and your Dad managed to grow in the short summers. They always made me feel welcome at your home when I visited from Christy’s basement next door. What a nice lady. I know Eva will be missed. I have been back to Watson 5 times since I left in 1978. Everybody agrees what great neighbours the Allegrettos were.
    (Ask Jenny and John for my address or phone number)

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