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John Liautaud Obituary
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September 23, 2018

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January 14, 2018
Remember with great fondness making calls on Vancouver Island in the 60's with John. He visited our home and he was delighted with Grace's home made bread fresh from the oven. What a great happy man to be around. Thanks for great memories John.
December 16, 2017
John will be truly missed. He was a great man with a big heart. We were honored to have known him and been touched by his great accomplishments.
December 15, 2017
Such a great and wonderful man - he will be missed by so many. Sending much love and prayers to you all.

Dena & Tom Gura
Cary, IL
December 14, 2017
Love you forever Uncle John. One of my favorite childhood stories was of the time when you, as a small boy, wrestled that northern pike the size of an ore, and landed it on shore. Then you would show us the scars on your arms from battling that mighty fish. Rest In Peace, dear gentle soul, and may you always find the sweetest fishing spot throughout eternity.