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John Gordon MACKAY February 05, 1949 - December 22, 2017

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January-12-18
We did not know your brother Gordon but were sad to hear of your loss Barry and Sharon. My he RIP and thinking of you at this most difficult time. Rob Halliday and Richard Owen
January-08-18
Gord was the "firesmith" of the underwater camping crew. I will always remember him perched in front of the wood stove wearing his Cowichan touque and the Gordy grin... Farley in one hand, fire poker in the other. Thanks for the laughs and for keeping us warm Brother Gord.
January-08-18
So sad to hear of Gordie's passing. His parents and my Grandparents were friends for many years. We used to join the families for pickniks at Elk Lake. Gord used to spend many weekends staying over for the weekends at my parents place near Prospect Lake. May he rest in peace.
January-06-18
So sad to hear of Gord's passing. A unique character - so knowledgeable in so many areas - funny, at times intense, caring and kind. I used to live with his cousin John Watson who I know thought of Gord as a "brother" more than a cousin - and my sister Val and I enjoyed great laughs and adventures in the 1980's with Gord and John. May he and John again be enjoying the pleasure of each other's company. So sorry for your loss.
January-06-18
I was very saddened to hear of Gordie's untimely death. He was my next door neighbour for 25 years and I often enjoyed chatting with him. It was shocking to hear of his heart surgery followed by a stroke a few years ago. I felt cheered and amazed by his recovery and by his upbeat attitude. All of us on the street wished him a happy time when he sold his house to go adventuring in the motor home.He will be missed.
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