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Wednesday, 17 October 2018

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December 4, 2017
I have just learned of John's passing. A loyal friend lost.We first met in Westport in the 1960's when john was a struggling young lawyer and I a struggling young chartered accountant. Along with our mutual friend and then Granity GP, Dr. Dick Cox, we formed a life-long friendship cemented on the Westport Golf Course where we were fondly referred to as "The Three Musketeers".

My last conversation with John was in January when we once again traversed memory lane. So glad we did.

Christchurch Marist always did welcome the Old Boys challenges John - but you knew that!

Rest in peace my much valued friend.

Jim Douglas
September 8, 2017
I was especially sad to hear of John's passing. Before his retirement we used to play tennis. John was slower than in his prime but played well. He had had coaching in Hawaii and wanted to know if his serve to my backhand was kicking - (which it wasn't but I didn't have the heart to tell him, so I agreed that his serve was kicking like a fired up stallion).
I appeared before him in a couple of cases, and was impressed at the calmness and authority he showed from the bench. In public John was approachable and friendly.
Rest in peace John, Robin Espie
September 6, 2017
very sad to hear of john cadenheads sudden passing , my wife lesley worked as johns legal exec at degoldi and cadendhead. no reira haere haere haere atu ra te rangatira nga mihi nui ki nga kiri mate.
September 6, 2017
Diana and family,

I am very sorry to hear of your loss.I well recall our friendship over a long time. John was a very good man, a good lawyer sportsman and a loyal friend. I will miss him greatly.


Charles Cato