Brad and Luanne Sosnoski posted a Condolence
| June 09, 2014
Deepest condolences to the Robertson family for their loss. Always had a great time hunting with Jack and have many great memories.
Ralph and Pauline Bell posted a Condolence
| May 10, 2014
So sorry for the loss of your Dad.
We will miss Jack strollong across the street for his cup of coffee. (or 5).
It has been a schock to hear about and will seem very strange not talking to him.
John, I am so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. I just read it in the paper. The last time I saw him was the day I ran into you both at WalMart, you were on yourt way to Whitby to get his passport. He asked if I could be a reference, they did call me. Your Dad and I spent many hours at the golf course after your Mom passed, talking about her. Many many cups of coffee. Your Dad and I always had lots to talk about. Your Mom and Dad are together again, I know they are now the brightest stars in the night.
I know you will miss him John, everyone who knew him will. Wish I could have had one more cup of coffee with him. Wonderful memories will always keep him in your heart.
Please let me know when his memorial is, I would love to be there. David also sends his best wishes.
Thinking of you
Steve & Victoria Vajda posted a Condolence
| May 06, 2014
To John and family: Our deepest sympathies to you for your great loss. Jack was larger than life, and he will always be in our hearts and memories. Sincerely from Trenton, Steve and Victoria Vajda and kids (Amelia, Ava, and Nathaniel).
Jack, I don't know if you knew this, but you played somewhat of a surrogate dad to my brother and I before our mom passed away. A few years prior to you meeting my mom there were many gaps left when my dad passed away, and you helped fill them in terms of guidance, advice, and overall a strong male role model.
I always enjoyed listening to the many stories you told, one of them being your first experience jumping out of a plane and your reaction of wanting to climb back in after it was too late!
I'll never forget your hilarious sense of humour and contagious laugh. One such time was when for some reason we were talking about mortality, and you said "you never know, I could up and have a heart attack right now..." at which point you abruptly (jokingly) screamed and grasped your chest - my mom's startled reaction was priceless and we all had a huge laugh!
Jack, you will be dearly missed and never forgotten. I think you're the only one who's larger than life presence was instantly and forever tattooed to my memory. I'll forever remember how you took care of our mom when she was ill, and how you forever changed our lives.
Bye for now,
Marilyn Hornburg posted a Condolence
| May 06, 2014
Dearest Young Jack Words can never express my shock and sorrow at your leaving. I'll think of You till the day You and I and our Dear Phyllis meet again. Dear Young John, may God give you the strength to bare this shock and sorrow. All My Love Your Big Little Sister Marlyn.