John Warren
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John Everett Warren, at the age of 77, passed on May 18, 2020 at Trillium Health Centre, Mississauga, ON, with loving wife Jackie and son Michael by his side. Everett is survived and sadly missed by his beloved wife Jackie and son Michael and grandhcildren Cajun (Ashley), Monica (Chris), step-grandchildren Amanda, Bradley, Mathew and Ryan, three great-grandchildren Scarlett, Raena and Wynter, step-son Lenny (Trish) and step-grandchildren Ben, Tim and Alicia and three step-grandchildren Mason, Kensey and Autumn. Besides his parents Albert and Carrie (Mathews) Warren, brothers Fred, Edgar, Sheldon, Kieth, Chester and Lester and sisters Addie, Linda. Living sister Katheryn Kaye. Sadly missed by many nieces, nephews and many many close friends. There will not be a service he will be taken back home to New Brunswick at a later date. In lieu of donations please choose the heart foundation.

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Published in Mississauga News on May 22, 2020.
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May 28, 2020
Were has the time gone, it seemed just like yesterday when John & Carl Adams and I worked side by side at Canadian Admiral in the 1960,s. John always had a smile, and kindness was his way. I remember the day John and Carl hit the road to try their luck in the Yukon @ the Keno Hill Mines.
Jim Baird
May 22, 2020
worked with John for over 20 years and he was a great to work with
Roy Ferguson
May 22, 2020
Hello Jackie,
Everyone at Chantler Packaging, now Chantler Packages who knew John sends sincere condolences to you and Michael on his passing. When we last saw him at Tim Horton's, we remarked how fit and healthy he looked.
Roy, myself and all the staff wish you the best going forward.
Bev. Ferguson
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