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John Babcock

John Babcock (AP Photo)
John Babcock (AP Photo)

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February 12, 2014 "I pray that he may grant you through the abundance of his glory to be made mighty in the man you are inside, with power through his spirit… (Ephesians 3:16) In this time of loss of someone special in your lives be comforted to know God cares and will help you to endure." - (GA)
January 14, 2013 "Rest in peace. God will take good care of you now." - Michelle Lambert (Minneapolis, MN)
January 14, 2013 "To the family members of John Babcock,

I am sorry for your loss. You have so much to be proud of all of John's accomplishments in his long life. I am sure your family has a lot of fond memories and stories for/of John. I never knew John but stumbled upon his obit (sounds wierd, but part of my job) and was astonished. My father is a Veitnam vet. I would like to thank John for his services. He left some big shoes to fill. May you rest in peace." - Michelle Lambert (Minneapolis, MN)
December 22, 2010 "Thank you dear sir for your contribution to Canada" - Anne-marie Letki (Edmonton, AB)
October 07, 2010 "Oct 7, 2010 MR. JOHN BABCOCK: I admire your courage and bravery that you stood up for our country and thank you so very much for our freedom. I feel like I should have done something for you. May YOU REST IN PEACE!" - Charlotte (TX)
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SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) - The oldest Canadian veteran of World War I has died at the age of 109. John Babcock died Thursday in Spokane, where he has...
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