To Ann, Christine Mueller and the rest of the Bonham family, So sorry to hear that Gerry has passed on. I fondly recall the good times we had while you lived in Calgary. I offer you my heartfelt sympathy.
We feel fortunate to have known Gerry and Ann as neighbours and friends. One special memory is how they taught us to enjoy sightseeing by bike through France. Everyday Gerry would regale us with witty and fascinating stories of his life experiences. We caught a glimpse of this extraordinary man's wide interests and accomplishments. He made a difference in this world. We will miss him.
Our deepest sympathy to Ann and Gerry's family.
Dear Anne and all of Gerry's family, My sincere sympathy at the loss of a man I considered a very good friend over many years in Public Health & beyond. My prayers are with you all as you grieve this loss and as you remember the good times.
Sincerely, Bob Scott
Ann and family
I am so sorry to hear of Gerry's passing. He was one of my most memorable and inspiring bosses. I will always cherish his leadership and your generous friendship and hospitality over the years.
Gerry hired me in 1971 to start up the Pine Street Clinic. That started a 37 year career in Public Health for me. When I took the job as the Medical Health Officer in Vancouver, Gerry told me, "Don't ever leave that job - it is the best job you will ever have." He was right. I valued our long term friendship.
To Anne and the rest of Gerry's family, thank you for sharing him with us.
This is such a huge and tough loss - my heart goes out to you. You and Gerry were such a wonderful, vibrant 'in love with life and each other' couple. It was very special to be in your company. Gerry was my mentor - he affected the way I approached my professional life positively and profoundly, for which I am forever grateful.
We were so sorry to hear about Gerry. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We are sending you much love as well as many hugs. He will be missed by all of us.
Peg and George Gravelle -St. Cloud, FL
Although its been many years, I remember many fantastic dinner at the Bonham homes. Your Dad was a very interesting man and a superb host and bbq'er!
My condolences to the whole family.
Fiona Rigby & Dr. Norman Rigby (my dad, while he is away on vacation and wouldn't have seen the notice) had a high professional regard for Gerry
Gerry was a very dear friend of my father Dave Morgan who worked with Gerry both in Vancouver and Calgary. I do remember Poor Baby. Our condolences to Ann and their family
Gerry was not only my boss in Calgary but a great friend and mentor. The years I spent working with him were among the best in my entire working career.