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We respect the sensitivity and dignity that comes with ordering tribute gifts from the funeral home. It is for this reason that we have attempted to design our online Sympathy Store with the utmost respect to the family and the deceased. We hope you find this service helpful during your time of need and would welcome any comments or suggestions you might have to help us serve our communities better.
Condolence: I got to know John quite well during a wine tasting tour of Italy a few years ago. We had a mutual interest in mining and had many wonderful conversations. John was instrumental in having me awarded with a fellowship in the Canadian Academy of Engineers. I am very grateful to John and will miss him.
Condolence: I first met John while running to the office in Bell's Corners, It must have been a particularly miserable morning as I tried hitch a ride up to last stretch as John stopped asked where I was off too, with my answer he informed me that he was the new director.
He turn out to be a good man and great mentor over the next 12 years that I work and MRL through his efforts in expanding the operation I got to live in several area of the country and enjoyed it all.
Condolence: Very sorry to read the obituary for John in Saturday's Globe and Mail and also in the Citizen. I remember attending many meetings of the CANMET Management Committee with John over several years, and also John's role in the CIM, especially in support of the Ottawa Branch. Please accept my condolences on his passing.