61 Pleasant St | Antigonish, NS B2G 1W6
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Kay hansen posted a condolence
Tuesday, December 4, 2018Johnny was my beloved brother. I can remember how he used to hold my hand when we would walk to school when we were little. Johnny always looked out for me and took care of me. As children he could tease me but no one else could. Even as the years went on and we grew older Johnny and I were still close. I will always love you Johnny. I miss you very much. You were one of the kindest and smartest people I know. I could not have asked for a better brother.
Richard Johnson posted a condolence
Monday, December 3, 2018Loved my rides with Johnny. He was a great story teller & loved talking about people he admired & investments he had made over the years. He was very, very astute and a pleasure to be around. There wasn't a taxi driver/limo driver anywhere wjmho presented himself in a professional manner anywhere. God bless him
Jim Mah posted a condolence
Friday, November 30, 2018I first met Johnny when I was 6 years old, he gave me a penny which I promptly popped into my mouth and swallowed, much to my father surprise, my mothers’ scream and Johnny’s laugh (so I was told by Johnny years later) he always remembered me when I used to see him on my yearly home visits. He was such a nice gentleman. My sincere condolences to his family and friends.
Anna Joe posted a condolence
Friday, November 30, 2018I knew Johnny since 1969 when I first came to Canada, reside in Antigonish, Johnny was in our life till I sold the Moonlight, every evening John would come to dinner at the Moonlight like clock work, he never order, he will eat what we put in front of him from chinese food . deer steak or lobster and enjoyed them all, he was good to us and our business, he will be missed, rest in peace, Johnny thanking for all you kindness.
Richard (Dick) Chisholm posted a condolence
Thursday, November 29, 2018Johnny was a first cousin to my late father Jimmy Chisholm from the Ohio and my uncle the Late Father D. R. Chisholm, both of whom lived in New Glasgow for years. Remember him well when I was growing up. He always wore a uniform as I remember well. He lived to be a ripe old age for sure.
Maureen Kerwin posted a condolence
Thursday, November 29, 2018My thoughts and prayers go out to all Johnnys family at your time of loss. May he soar with the angels in Heaven. He was such an awesome man. A true gentleman throughout his life. I worked with Johnny when he drove for Zincks . I drove taxi with him too. He brought a smile to the ladies and the elderley because he always opened the door for them when they were getting in the taxi. I will always remember Johnny as we called him. He was such a kind soul God be with u all Johnny taught us all well. Thats why i still help the elderley with thier groceries right to thier door too.
Marleen MacDonald-Hubley posted a condolence
Thursday, November 29, 2018I am so sorry to hear of Johnny's passing. He was kind, gentle and considerate. The first time he saw me when I moved back to Antigonish, he thought it was my mother coming - "You look just like her." His warmth was ever present. He was a wonderful caregiver to his sister, even when it was difficult. As a taxi driver, he was old school. Many times I saw him helping a senior make their way right to the door of their destination. Such a gentleman! My grandmother, Catherine was Johnny's aunt. Rest in Peace.
Christina andersen posted a condolence
Thursday, November 29, 2018I am sad to see such a wonderful man pass away. He was my great uncle. I can remember when he used to visit us in London, Ontario. You will greatly missed Uncle Johnny.
Al Babin posted a condolence
Wednesday, November 28, 2018My deepest sympathies go out to the families. Johnny was a kind and good hearted soul
61 Pleasant St
Antigonish, NS B2G 1W6
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