Marilyn, Stephen, Matt, Adam
Please accept my deepest condolences to you and your family for the loss of your husband, father. May you be comforted by the outpouring of love surrounding you.
Although the coming days may be difficult at times, I hope it won’t be long before you can look back lovingly at all the times you shared together, both as family and as friends, and can smile at those blessings.
We all know it has to be said at least one more time..."let's go Hutt"
Marilyn and family, I have known John longer than you. He lived for you guys and was so proud of his family and Grandchildren. Let's remember all the good times and how we have been touched by him. All our love.
My deepest condolences on the passing of your brother. I have many memories of growing up and playing and just hanging around the Greyrock neighbourhood. Especially with "Eddy" and "Georgie"...Words are never enough at a time like this. You will all be in my prayers and thoughts.
John was a lovely man. He was passionate about doing the right thing and he was a real and strong advocate for accountability in the public sector. He was an exemplary and well-liked PSAB Board member and PSAB Chair at CPA Canada; technically superior and a caring man with a great sense of humour. He got things done but you enjoyed the meetings. We still talk about taking a "Wiersema straw vote" at the meetings to see if there is a consensus. He will be missed. My sincere condolences to John's family. God bless.
Marilyn, Stephen, Matthew and Adam. Mary and I are truly sorry to hear about John’s passing. John was a talented man and wonderful colleague and he will be truly missed and will always be remembered. Our thoughts are with you all. Mary and I extend to each of you our deepest sympathies.