John Arthur Howard

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John Arthur Howard

February 3, 1966 – August 11, 2016

It is with deepest sadness that we the family of John Arthur Howard announce his sudden passing.  Born in North Sydney, Nova Scotia on February 3, 1966 , he was the son of Anne Howard (Bailey) and the late Thomas A. Howard..

John lived in Florence most of his life, but moved to Fort Saskatchewan Alberta in 2001, with his family.  He was a journeyman Electrician with the Alberta local  424.  John loved his work and strived hard to do the best job possible and provide for his family

John was a loving father, husband, son, brother, uncle and grandfather.  His grandchildren were the loves of his life.

John is survived by his wife of 27 years, Laura Lee (Carey), daughter Ashley (Scott), son Christopher (his best friend), mother Anne, four brothers Fred (Sharon), Lawrence (Evelyn), Kenneth (Sharon) and Greg.  Two sisters Judy (Jack) and Donna (Doug).  His four grandchildren Chase, Hannah, Eliza and Carson.  Sister-in-law Debbie (Bruce), brother-in-law Trevor, and Mother-in-law Marilyn Carey and many nieces and nephews.

Cremation has taken place and a service is being held at Serenity Funeral Services,  9914 – 103 St. in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta on Tuesday August 16th at 10:00am.  With a family service to follow at home in Florence at a later date.  Donations may be made to the charity of one’s choice or the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

 

 

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SHIRLEY AND LLOYD JARDINE (AUNT AND UNCLE )

WE ARE VERY SADDENED BY THE NEWS OF JOHN’S PASSING . WE SEND OUR SINCERE SYMPATHIES TO LAURA LEE AND CHRIS AND ASHLEY AND OTHER MEMBERS OF JOHN’S FAMILY . MAY HE REST IN PEACE .GOD SPEED JOHN.

Tammy(Pye)Jabalee

So,so sorry for your loss..It has been many years since I’ve seen John,but I have some fond childhood memories..Rest in peace old friend…

Linda & Reg Dueck

Carson , Chris’s son, is my great nephew. Carson often had random little comments he would make about his Papa. You knew how much his papa must have spent time with him because of the things he said and showing him how to play DS. He will miss his papa.
So very sorry your loss Carson and Chris and family.
Love and prayers, Auntie Linds

Laura Lee Bruce (Laffin)

I am so sorry to hear of John’s
Passing! I have many fond memories of John growing up especially when he and my brother Howie would play jokes on me and my girlfriends! It was always in fun and always brings a smile to my face! May he Rest In Peace!

Freda Mac Lean

I am so saddened to hear of your great loss. John was a childhood friend and no matter how out of touch with the kids you grew with, they will remain in your memory and heart forever. Rest in Peace Dear Friend John.

Tom Norman

I’m still having trouble believing that I won’t ever have another opportunity to work with or see Johnny again.
John Howard was one of the finest leaders I’ve ever encountered;
His hard work ethic, his passion to have the job done the right way and on time, his constant vigilance with his co-workers below him and above him to keep everyone accountable are just a few of the traits that I admired about him.
I consider John one of my strongest mentors and one of my closest friends and I will miss him terribly.
My sincere condolences to Johnny’s family, especially you Chris, I know that you and John had a special bond.
It was obvious from his comments that he loved his family dearly and would do anything to ensure their comfort and safety.
Please know that I share your loss, and I will do my part to keep his memory alive.
My thoughts are with you, love to you all;
Rest in peace Johnny my friend!!

Tom Norman

DOUGLAS BARRY

So sorry for your loss,our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

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