John M. Gault

Los Angeles, California

1924 - 2018


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June 1924 - August 2018 John M. Gault passed away August 17th at home, peacefully, surrounded by his loving family. He is survived by his wife of 69 years, Joy, his 3 daughters Carol, Leslie, and Wendy, 4 grand children and 2 great grand children. He always looked for ways to support his...

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Although they moved from Los Angeles many years ago, and I've seen them rarely since then, I feel the loss of John's humor.
John and Joy have been positive contributors to the freethought community for many years, and their presence at meetings is missed.

May God soften your grief during this difficult time, knowing that your loved one is precious to God and will be remembered by him.
John 11: 24 & 25

Joy and Family:
I will miss John, a person of strong convictions and opinions. Mostly I will miss the fellow Pilot who I never got to fly with. Love to you all in your time of mourning.
Joe St.Clair
UU and Captain, Airline Retired

So sorry to hear of your loss, Joy. John was such a gentle, sweet man with a keen intellect and I have already been missing you both as I care for Tony. Now I will be thinking of you and of your deep love for each other in the days ahead. Peace.

My sympathies go out to your family. I am the Los Osos cousin of Truman Stickney, who died last December. Truman often spoke very fondly of his friendship with John. They shared much in common.

Our Deepest sympathy goes out to the family and friends. Please take comfort in our heavenly father who is our Rock & Stronghold in this time of grief. He is our shield and the God of refuge. Psalms 18:2

Have known John & Joy for the past 20 yrs. He was always smiling. I admired his devotion to Joy family. He enjoyed philosophical discussions, flying & riding his bicycle. I will miss his front row presence in church each Sunday. Peace be with you, John.

Gina and Ken will miss John's sharp wit and steadfast dedication to the Fellowship!! We hope you have help now that he's gone. Be well and keep connected.
Gina Whitaker and Ken Hill

To Joy and Family ~ I will miss his bright blue eyes, and seeing him in his customary seat in the front left pew on Sundays, next to you, his beloved wife. As you said last Sunday Joy: He was a very good man. Indeed he was. May you feel his presence in your hearts.