Condolence: I've just learnt of the passing of John. My most sincere condolences to Mary Ann and all of John's family. I met John during our much younger days at Molly McGuire's Irish pub. John was a gentle giant and will be missed. RIP John.
Condolence: Mary Anne, Jason, Amanda and family
Our deepest sympathy to you and the family. Hold your memories of John close to your hearts as he will always be there. Michael has so many memories of chess games with Snoopy!! And the fishing trips....and all the shenanigans those two got up to, starting as kids and continuing as big overgrown kids!!! I still remember his laughter as will anyone who knew John...
Love, Hugs and Prayers
Michael, Christine, Phillip, Sara, Easton and Raymond
Condolence: My deepest condolences to you MaryAnn,Jason and all family members.From first meeting John in 1976 Cornwallis we had many a fine time.Italy platoon 7704'1PPCLI,Cyprus 78,2cdo,Cyprus 81.After I got out John always called on his way through Trenton and we would get together for a beer and and some good laughs. Too soon my friend.I will remember.Phil
Condolence: Dear Mary Anne, Jason & Amanda, and Family,
Our heartfelt condolences, you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Mountains, lakes and rivers were made more memorable, in John’s company.
Miss your generous heart and laughter, my friend.
Phil Leger & Joanne Regan
Condolence: Mary Anne and family. Our family would like to express our sympathy to you. Although we did not know John well, he was kind, easy to talk to and had a great laugh. May your memories comfort you during this difficult time.
Condolence: My condolences for Mary -Ann and the entire Rudy family. I started visiting John last spring when informed that he was in long term care. I did not know John that well from our Airborne days but as usual with military folk, we were just like old friends. I will miss my visits with John. Good- bye jumper