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January-16-19

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January 15, 2019
John was the first person we spoke to when we moved into our home on Restwell in 1985 at which time he welcomed us to the neighbourhood. John's humour and love of life and family made every encounter with him a delight . We feel privileged to have known John and to have him as a neighbor.

Ed and Judy Mortl
January 14, 2019
Dear Chris, Joel & Carolyn;
My Dad & Mom told me about your Dad's passing. I feel very sad to hear about your loss. We all have very fond memories. I speak on behalf of the entire Hazlett family:
Andrew, Joan, Andy, Ian, Barbara, Brian & Beverley.
Sincerely. Ian Hazlett
January 12, 2019
When we were kids hanging out on Restwell, making things, breaking things, blowing thinks up (hmmm! can't do that nowadays), Mr. Couse' would always give us the leeway to fail on our own, and learn from it. When we broke a plane we made, or a go-cart, he would quietly let us know that maybe we should have put it together or designed it this way instead of that way. We would fix it and be back out there having fun in a flash.

Lot's of fun times

My condolences go out to Chris, Joel, and Carolyn.
January 12, 2019
John Couse was a wonderful and welcoming neighbour across the street on Restwell in Bayview Village. He was always at the ready with a smile, a story and a genuine interest in one's life. A good and caring friend to our late Dad, Hans, John and his cheerful character often buoyed us with quips and good humour. We extend our condolences to the Couse family on the passing of their remarkable father.