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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

John Brodie Stevenson

1937 - 2021

Halfmoon Bay, BC

OBITUARY

 

JOHN BRODIE STEVENSON, January 5, 2021, passed at home in Halfmoon Bay, BC from congestive heart failure.  He was born August 14, 1937 in Toronto ON, the eldest of five sons of working-class Scottish immigrants, John William and Catherine Stevenson (nee Cockburn). 

John is survived by his wife, Donna (nee Jones), his children Scott (France Hébert), Craig (Sarah Liokstsis), Anne (Charles Whittaker), and grand-children Isabella, Alexandre, Graydon,...

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January 17, 2021 11:43 AM

John was one of the nicest , hard working and caring teachers that I knew in my years teaching Phys. Ed. in Etobicoke .
I am very sorry to learn of your loss.



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Pam Anderson Khan

January 14, 2021 10:27 AM

I have such fond memories of all our family get togethers /adventures! No matter how old we are it's never easy to loose a parent. All my love to all of you during this difficult time.
Pammy
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A Grove of 5 Memorial Trees was planted in memory of John Brodie Stevenson

Carol McLafferty

January 21, 2021 11:00 AM

John was my personal trainer at Mayfair and was the nicest gentleman, we shared a love for our Scottish heritage. I was saddened to hear of his passing. My deepest sympathy to Donna and the family. Carol McLaffery

Liz and Bill

January 19, 2021 5:56 PM

John jumped into life with enthusiasm and had a great time as did we, his friends, who got to tag along. He wasn’t afraid to wear a skirt (kilt) and could dance a mean strathspey. He could toast Burns with authentic scots accent, drive headlong down a muddy mountain road, sing a solo at a ceilidh (Bud the Spud). Thanks for the wonderful memories. He was the best.

Jim & Sue Brown

January 16, 2021 7:41 PM

Dear Donna & Family
We are so saddened to hear of John’s passing. Please accept our condolences from SCUMB (Sunshine Coast United Mountain Bikers of which John was a member for many years. One story we have of him was when Jim took a photo of him and photo shopped him jumping off a very high ramp about 20 feet in the air on his mountainbike. He then sent this to quite a few people and promptly got heck for doing something so reckless. Of course he didn’t do this at all. We also used to kid him about carrying about 30 lbs of supplies in his backpack in case of emergencies. You will be missed John. 
Jim & Sue Brown

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