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Nathan Cook posted a condolence
Saturday, May 25, 2019My wife, Nicky and I were blessed to have Poppy stay with us in Edmonton AB in 2013. Nicky was posted to 1 Hq and Sigs in CFB Edmonton while I was at 1 PPCLI. We had a blast of a night, and in the morning, Nicky organized and brought him through one of the best signal museum tours at her unit as well as tours through the signal lines. An unbelievable experience, I thought I’d share. He loved it beyond my expectations, and yes.... he put us young drinking bucks to shame the night before, a true Sargent Major. He was a best friend. A best grandfather. What a man. Miss you Poppy.
Cheryl M.G. Robertson ,HLCol., 37 Signal Regiment posted a condolence
Thursday, May 23, 2019Palmar Family, Please accept my sincerest sympathies in the loss of John . I met him early in my Honorary role at 2 Squadron’s 110th anniversary and later often at our RUSI NB ‘s monthly gatherings. He was a fine soldier and role model. We will remember him. Primus Inter Pares Cheryl
Dawn Cochrane posted a condolence
Thursday, May 16, 2019My heart goes out to all who loved this wonderful man. His very presence brightened any gathering and he was an amazing dancer. I was privileged to meet him over thirty years ago and if I were forced to describe him in one word, it would have to be Loving. He was a man of integrity and the world has been robbed of a beautiful spirit and to his family: words seem so inadequate to comfort you and all I have to offer you is this I lost my Mom two years ago and I can promise you the pain will ease as the good memories flow in.
Ann Hutchinson & Wayne Robertson posted a condolence
Wednesday, May 15, 2019Our sincere condolences to the family, we have fond memories and will never forget the time we spent with John.
Joseph A. Day, Senator posted a condolence
Tuesday, May 14, 2019Sincere condolences to the family from a fellow Hon. Col of our beloved 722 Communications Squadron. John was a wonderful person and I am certain that he will be missed by all those who knew him. Sincerely, Joseph A. Day
Carol and Jim McNamee posted a condolence
Monday, May 13, 2019Sandi,please accept our condolences on John's passing.What a lovely gentleman he was.We always enjoyed being in his company and will miss him at our socials.We are very sorry for your loss.Hugs.
Kelly Vautour posted a condolence
Saturday, May 11, 2019To the greatest Uncle a little girl, or a big girl, could ever have. Everyone who knew him was a better person for having met him. His loving hugs said everything to me. I knew he loved me without condition or demands. His positive attitude toward life helped me in ways he never knew. I will miss his laughter, his big warm smile, his kind heart and his wit. My world is a smaller place without him, I love you Uncle John..
Officers and Members of 2 Sqn, 37 Sig Regt posted a condolence
Saturday, May 11, 2019On behalf of all ranks of 2 Sqn (formerly 722 Comms Sqn) 37 Signal Regiment, I would like to extend our deepest condolences to the family. As a past Squadron Sergeant Major, and later Commanding Officer of 722 Comms Sqn, John was a great friend to the Sqn, and those who have served. His service is to be commended, and will be remembered. Maj Jeff Nelson Deputy Commanding Officer 37 Signal Regiment.
Bernard & Elizabeth Cormier posted a condolence
Saturday, May 11, 2019We were saddened to learn of John’s passing and send our heartfelt sympathies and condolences to his family. We knew John through the Royal United Services Institute of New Brunswick. Last evening the RUSI-NB held a dinner at the Union Club, and we took a moment of silence to remember our fellow member. We will miss seeing him at our monthly luncheon programs. Our caring thoughts and prayers are with you as you reflect on his life and many contributions. Most sincerely,
Officers & Members of the Royal United Services Institute of NB posted a condolence
Saturday, May 11, 2019We extend our sincere sympathies to John’s family and friends for your loss. John was a long-time member of the Royal United Services Institute of New Brunswick and was in attendance at our March luncheon meeting. Little did we know that would be the last time we would enjoy his company and fellowship. We will miss him. He was a true gentleman and we are grateful for his service to Canada. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.
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Friday, May 10, 2019