My condolences to all. Your family and our profession have lost a great man. He left an impact on me, from his welcome when I started in town in 1997, and on our area community of veterinarians. He has a legacy of helping animals and the people who love them.
I am so glad that Dr. Blair wrote his book and we have a part of him to enjoy and cherish in the years to come. So admired this gentle and caring man- with love and care to the whole Blair family,
For much or their professional lives your dad and mine worked as neighbors and I have many wonderful memories of John. He was genuinely kind and compassionate and patient. This was a man who loved his family his profession and life. God bless you John.
So sorry to read this...Dr. Blair was the finest vet I've ever met. His kindness with our critters...and us...was beyond words. Each time I seek out a new vet Dr. Blair's standards come to mind. Peace to you, Dr. Blair. and Thank you. from our hearts, thank you.
My sympathy to his family. John was a tower of strength to the Wabash Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity in difficult times. His good sense and good humor will be missed.
My wife April and I have many fine memories of John; he was a great neighbor and a very kind man. He shared with us his love of birding, and, more generally, a wonderful zest for life.
Our condolences to the whole family.
My thoughts and sympathy go out to all his family. He was a wonderful person and he truly enjoyed working with animals. I always enjoyed working with him while I was becoming a veterinarian.
John's smile, friendliness, and gentleness will be missed here at The Heritage at Brentwood -- and his book is recommended reading.
Our sympathy to all. We will keep John in our thoughts forever. He was a good and faithful friend to our family. John has treated several of our pets over the years,at no charge. I first met John when he came to Lafayette. He borrowed my cattle chute. His clinic was in the old building on Highway 52 north of town. He was an excellent example for Veterinary Medicine and it was good to him. Our veterinary group misses him at our monthly dinner meetings. It's hard to say good bye to my good friend John.
I will pray for John's should rest in peace.
Your dad was one of the nicest people I knew. I remember the first time I met him I had taken my pug puppy in to see him. He said "hi" to me and promptly plopped down on the floor to play with Spooker. I knew who was important.
Years later as I continued to use him as a vet and had changed to having cats, he cried when he had to put my precious Pewter down. You can't teach compasion.
I know the last few years have been difficult but now he's with your mom and a menagerie of pets.
Dr. Blair was a gentle soul who not only took time for our treasured pets but for their owners as well. What a blessing to have had him be our Vet and friend! Gloria Thompson
My Mom,Stepdad,and I,are forever grateful for the years of care that Dr.Blair gave our pets.Mom and I are glad that we got to see Him again at the Book signing reception.We will cherish his book!God will reward Him greatly for his loving care of His creatures.Our deepest sympathy to the family.Sincerely,Mr.&Mrs.Thomas Burdine,and daughter,Peggy Kingma
Lisa--Our paths have crossed a couple of times through piano lessons from Chi Lin or talking about biopsy specimens you've sent to the ADDL, so I was sorry to hear of the death of your dad. Judging from his book--I Never Went to Work--he must have been a wonderful vet, father, and friend to many. Thinking of you.
with fond memories , to a great man and a wonderful and caring vet. Love Reta Karner
Dr. Blair cared for our dogs and us! Our sympathy to the family. It is hard to lose a special person from your life. Thoughts and prayers for all of you.
We loved Dr. Blair and will always remember his kindness, love for animals and his quick wit. You have our deepest sympathy at his passing. We know the great love he had for his family and for his clients too. We are so sorry to not be in town to attend his service.
Sincerely, Rick and Jenna Thomas
Lisa -- I am so sorry to learn of your Dad's passing. He was such a gentle, pleasant man. I truly cherished the time I got to spend with him as his friend and "neighbor". You have my deepest sympathies. -- Steve Chapple
Thinking of you, Lisa and all of your family. Wishing you peace
Sorry to hear of the passing of your Dad, what a gentle soul. My parents and I both took our pets to your Dad for years, he was just as concerned for our beloved pets as we were.
May God give your whole family peace. I am sure there were many tails wagging when he entered heaven to greet him.
Sad news. Worked for him in the late 60s early 70s. A fine gentleman and vet.
I am so sorry for your loss. I will never forget the kindness he gave to me and my dogs.
Dear Lisa and family,
I was very fond of Doc! And I feel very fortunate to have learned from him over all those years, and to have found him and your family in general! He was a gentle, sensible, practical, yet exquisitely compassionate veterinarian. I was privileged to know him.
My thoughts are with you. Much love,
So sorry to hear this news. Your dad was a true community treasure! Thinking of you all.
I am so sorry for your loss. He was such a wonderful man and friend.
Carmi, Lisa, Adele and families,
Sorry I will not be with you to celebrate Johns life, and I am especially sorry for your loss. I will miss my old friend
For Lisa, your Dad was so good to my Winnie before he retired. He was a man of great spirit that truly communicated with each and every heart that he came into contact with. I am so happy he left you that legacy. I am sorry for your loss. With much Love to you and all your family, Kathy and Libby Willis