In memory of
John Allen GOULD
In memory of
John Allen GOULD
Suddenly at home in Fort Erie on February 12, 2021 in this 69th year. Survived by his sister Cathy (Jim Sirdevan) of Orillia, brother George (Margaret) of Goderich, three nieces, three nephews, one grand-nephew and seven grand-nieces. Predeceased by this parents Jack and Jean Gould. Remembered by his close friend Suzanne Pychel and former colleagues and friends who kept in touch on Facebook. John grew up in Kintail and later Goderich. After high school, he attended Centennial College. Upon graduation he was employed by Dominion Helicopter as a helicopter mechanic. This job required extensive travel to Canada's north, with assignments in Pickle Lake, Northern Manitoba and Happy Valley, Labrador. The company changed hands several times and John followed it to Fort Erie where he eventually retired in 2013 from Eurocopter. John was a creature of habit, with yearly visits to the Indy in Toronto, vacations in Aruba or Costa Rica, and attendance at helicopter group reunions and family celebrations. Cremation has taken place. A celebration of life will be held at a later date when COVID restrictions allow for greater participation.
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In memory of
John Allen GOULD
Suddenly at home in Fort Erie on February 12, 2021 in this 69th year. Survived by his sister Cathy (Jim Sirdevan) of Orillia, brother George (Margaret) of Goderich, three nieces, three nephews, one grand-nephew and seven grand-nieces. Predeceased by this parents Jack and Jean Gould. Remembered by his close friend Suzanne Pychel and former colleagues and friends who kept in touch on Facebook. John grew up in Kintail and later Goderich. After high school, he attended Centennial College. Upon graduation he was employed by Dominion Helicopter as a helicopter mechanic. This job required extensive travel to Canada's north, with assignments in Pickle Lake, Northern Manitoba and Happy Valley, Labrador. The company changed hands several times and John followed it to Fort Erie where he eventually retired in 2013 from Eurocopter. John was a creature of habit, with yearly visits to the Indy in Toronto, vacations in Aruba or Costa Rica, and attendance at helicopter group reunions and family celebrations. Cremation has taken place. A celebration of life will be held at a later date when COVID restrictions allow for greater participation.
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