John C. Wood

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Service:

North Bramalea United Church
363 Howden Blvd, Brampton ON

September 17, 2023
1:00 p.m.

John C. Wood passed away on September 3, 2023 at the Chatham hospital at the age of 82.

He died peacefully after a long battle against Multiple Sclerosis. Beloved husband of Norma Wood (née Beadle). Loving father of Laura Rainbow Dragon, John M. Wood (Colleen). Proud grandfather of Ian and Emily. Son of the late John F. and Nellie (née Cresswell) Wood. Survived by his brother Graeme (Andres).

A celebration of life service will be held at North Bramalea United Church (363 Howden Blvd, Brampton) on September 17 at 1 p.m.

As an expression of sympathy friends might consider a donation to The Friends of Algonquin Park or a charity of their choice.

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Norma and family I am saddened to hear of John's passing. I will always be grateful for the time I spent with John. His knowledge and insite was always welcomed. May he Rest in peace🙏

Please know you have my deepest sympathies during this difficult time. Thinking of all you as you celebrate the life of your loved one.

My condolences to Norma and the family. It was a great pleasure to get to know John when I worked for MODC. He was a great man and taught me alot. He will be missed.

My condolences to Norma Laura and John. And to the rest of the family. My he rest in peace.

I am praying for the peace and comfort of God's love to surround your families at this very sorrowful time.

My condolences Norma and family. It was a pleasure getting to know John and taking care of him. I was blessed to meet all of you. MODC

My condolences Norma and Family. I truly enjoyed meeting and getting to know John. He was a fascinating man. RIP John Donna (MODC)

So sad for the family. We are here in Australia going along well, albeit getting older. John and I had a rather special friendship when we worked together, included playing a lot of squash ( never did beat his English brother !). We also went canoeing and camping in his early days when we both arrived in Canada and worked for Cryovac. Knew the family well when they were quite young of course, all our best for them particularly Norma who must be finding in all quite alarming, but I must say due to your combined attention he never gave up, depite the terrible infliction he suffered for many years. Lots of love to those who cared for and remain with his memory. Jim Kent

So sad for the family. We are here in Australia going along well, albeit getting older. John and I had a rather special friendship when we worked together, included playing a lot of squash ( never did beat his English brother !). We also went canoeing and camping in his early days when we both arrived in Canada and worked for Cryovac. Knew the family well when they were quite young of course, all our best for them particularly Norma who must be finding in all quite alarming, but I must say due to your combined attention he never gave up, depite the terrible infliction he suffered for many years. Lots of love to those who cared for and remain with his memory. Jim Kent

Our sympathy on John's passing. I know that Mom (Lois Burke) always enjoyed talking to you. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

our deepest sympathy on the passing of John