Marie and Families: I just learned of John's passing .John and I were colleagues in the Education Dept. I remember well his exceptionally keen intellect and his warm personality. His approach to life with Parkinson's was exemplary and a role model for all who have a chronic disease. My sincere sympathies to all
- Jamie Muir
Dear Marie and family - my sincere condolences to you and your family during this time of mourning. Treasure all those wonderful memories. -Bernie Scott
- bernie scott
Marie, Colette and the whole Levangie family. On behalf of myself and my family (including Bronc and Sergine), I wanted to offer my sincere sympathies. We are sending all of our love and thoughts your way. John was such a terrific man - so smart and hard-working and kind. He made me feel so welcome in your home during law school and beyond. He had a way of making everyone around him feel like a million bucks. I have so many memories of the love, laughter and happiness at the dinner table, over lobster, in John's workshop and of how he (gently) encouraged Colette and I to think and re-think our arguments and opinions about law and politics. Love and condolences from Kristi (Rafael and the kids) and all of the Sebalj family.
- Kristi Sebalj
Dear Marie and Family, My deepest sympathies on hearing of John's passing. May all your wonderful memories of John, sustain you through this most difficult time. Carmel Waye
- Carmel Waye
I have admired John since 1961. Don
- Don Larkin
Marie, Colette, Mike, Bryan and families. Dave and I have all of you in our thoughts and prayers at this very difficult time. John always greeted us with his warm smile at all family gatherings at Carrie's and Chris's. We enjoyed the many wonderful conversations we had with him over the years. David and Beverley White
- Beverley White
Dear Marie, Mike, Bryan, & Colette, Anne & Tom, Jeanne, Billy & Sandy, Tom & I extend our condolences to you and to your families. I remember feeling proud when I learned it was my cousin John, who had a "big" job at the Department of Education when I first became a teacher. The photo accompanying this obituary says it all. This is John the way I remember him in the years before his illness; young, happy, full of fun, vibrant energy and potential. One of the clearest snapshots in memory is John & beautiful, gentle Marie walking down the isle just after they had married. I was an impressionable teenager at the time and their gorgeous images remain to this day. Seventy-two years of age seems much younger than it once did, and for John's passing at this "young" age and for all the years of illness, we feel much sadness. I've always wanted to believe that heaven is just a conversation away, and so to John we say; "Farewell dear cousin. We wish you peace, but more than this, we wish you the freedom of spirit your illness curtailed in this life, with the fervant hope that you are able to blissfully reconnect with all your loved ones gone before - your mom & dad, the siblings who passed before you got to meet them, Steve, Grandma & Grandpa Corbett, too may aunts, uncles & friends to name here, but we would be so glad if it included Sam, Connie & Marilou. John, we will remember you always". Much love, Linda Levangie & Tom Cross
- Linda Levangie
I met John at St.Pats High in 1962 when we were members of the PLF Militia for two years.We spent some time together at St. Marys U. as well. To say that John was the epitome of cool is an understatement! He taught my two sons the finer points of pinball in less than an hour at The Silver Bullet many years ago! Always a class act my condolences to the family.. Bill & Joanne Dolan
- Bill Dolan
Dear Marie & family, I just now heard the sad news about John. Words cannot express how sorry I am for your loss. May happy memories give you strength at this difficult time. Will be in touch over the week-end.
- Sharon Fisher
Marie,Anne,and Jeanne: I was saddened to hear of John's passing. I grew up in the same neighborhood as John and we went to Oxford School, St. Pat's High School, and St Mary's at the same time. Later, we would meet each other occasionally, usually at a sporting event or at the Casino. Each time, John and I would talk about family, old friends etc, without any reservations. John had the great ability to make you feel comfortable and at ease, even though we probably hadn't seen each other for five or ten years. One of the nicest people I ever knew. Gene Carew
- Gene Carew
Dear Marie, Ann, and the entire family.. We were so saddened to hear of John's passing. So many fond memories of those days at St. Joseph's, St.Pat's, the boathouse. John was much loved by his friends and family and will be greatly missed. Sincere condolences...Gail and Danny Rice
- Gail & Dan Rice
Marie, just wanted to send our deepest condolences from the staff at Northwood ADP. We have so many fond memories of John when he attended our Bayers program, he will be so missed. Please take care. Susan
- Susan Baglole
Butch and I would like to offer our sincere condolences to all of John's family. John was wonderful human being with a great sense of humor. He was immensely proud of his children. Jeanne often said he never complained about his situation which we found amazing.
- Pat Morrell
Marie, Colette, Mike, Bryan and all the Levangie family Susan and I wish to express our condolences on John's passing. Over the many years I knew John I came to admire him a great deal. Regardless of what undertaking he chose to pursue he did it with a passion that saw him succeed every time, from playing pool to building homes. We will always remember our days in Florida playing golf, lying around the pool and enjoying evening socials with fondness. He was a special person in every sense. I am pleased to have been counted among his friends. Mike and Sue
- Michael McIsaac
Bill and I want to send our sincere regrets to the family. We have many fond memories of time spent with John and Marie over the years. He was a lovely person. Beverley Sampson
- Beverley Sampson
Marie and family, we're so sorry to hear of John's passing. I first met John in 1987 when he hired me to work with him in the Department of Education. It was a great working relationship and we probably spent too much time golfing and skiing!! I didn't see him much after he left Education but I know he lived life to the fullest despite his limitations. More recently, I came back into contact with him when I was playing music at Parkstone. I could tell he enjoyed the music and it was good to reminisce with him. He and Marie made a great couple and I know he will be sadly missed.
- Richard Morris
Dear Marie and Family: Our deepest sympathy on the passing of John. We remember him as a very kind and devoted man to his family and a man of many gifts ranging from his professional career to home construction. May your memories always comfort you. Morris and Eleanor Givner Morris and Eleanor Givner
- Morris Givner
Please accept my most sincere condolences. The last time I saw John was skiing at Martok. I met John during negotiations with the NSTU when I was president. He was open-minded, fair and gentlemanly. He gained my respect and that of many others. It was my honour to have known him. My thoughts are with his family and close friends at this time. Most sincerely, Dominiqueu Henry
- Dominique Henry
Dear Marie, Anne and Tom both Diane and I want to extend our deepest sympathies on John's passing. I remember the fun that was shared in our teen years at movies, in the schoolyard , at the Boathouse and the hockey rinks. John was an integral member of the Town and Country Juvenile Hockey Championship Team that I coached. Marie, we fondly remember our golf game at Chester with you and John that we shared at one of the ST. Pat's reunions. What a fun time! Memories of times like that are what we need to treasure when the sorrow of loss strikes. Once again our deepest sympathy in the loss of such a great guy. Everybody's friend and associate.
- Bernie Reid
Marie, Bryan, Mike et al, please accept our deepest condolences on John’s passing. Hope you guys find comfort in cherished memories, family and friends at this difficult time of loss as you cherish, mourn, celebrate, and contemplate John’s life. All the best. Desmond & Vanessa Jones
I was so very sorry to hear of John's passing.I have nothing but pleasant memories of John and his winning smile and good humor. My deepest sympathy to Marie and family. Thirty years is a long time to have to deal with that disease. May John rest in peace..I shall remember him in my prayers.
- Burke Corbett
Dear Marie and Family;Please accept our deepest respect and condolences. John and Marilyn Corbett
- John Corbett
Dear Marie, So sorry to hear of John's passing---you have been a wonderful wife and caregiver for many years and will miss him. Take care of yourself. Lorie and Greg Dickie
- Lorie Dickie
Marie and family our prayers are with you, Brenda and Bill Spears.
- Bill Spears
Bill. So sorry to hear of your brothers passing. Condolences from Gloria and Dean.
- Dean Clarke
Dear Marie and family, please accept my most sincere condolences. I remember both you and John with fondness during my time with the Parkinson Society Maritime Region and always welcomed his visit to the office, and seeing him at conferences. His smile was always a bright light. May you take comfort in the memory beautiful memories you have made over the years, and know that your being thought of often. Denise
- Denise Hubley
We were deeply saddened by the news of John's passing, our thoughts are with you and your family. Please accept our condolences.
- Roxanne Gaudet
My deepest condolences to the Levangie family. My heart and prayers go out to you during these trying days. John and I worked together beginning in the mid seventies and into the mid nineties. John was a great person to work with.........numerous but diligent..........respectful but hardworking.It was indeed my extreme pleasure to have John as a friend and mentorover those years.I moved back to Ontario when I retired and subsequently lost contact with John. Rest In Peace John; will see you on the other side!!!!!!!!!!......Jim
- Jim MacDougall
Marie and family, please accept my sincerest condolences for the passing of John. Many good memories will always remain of John and his infectious smile.
- John Mason
Please accept my condolences on John's passing. I have not seen him for years but have many happy memories of him from Duncan St. days and from our time together at Saint Mary's.
- Terry Murphy
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