Our deepest Condolences to you all, I remember both of your parents at Bingo at the Legion in Grand Anse, also we bowled with Junior. God Bless you all..R.I.P. mr Johnson. Sylvia and Garry Gionet
RIP John Duncan,
Our condolences go out to George, Arthur, Donna and all your family members.
It's hard to lose a loved family member but John Duncan is now at rest and soaring with the angels.
Ray and Leah
Condolences to John Duncan's family and friends. We will always remember him from the 45's games at the Loch Lomond hall.
My condolences to the Johnson family, John Duncan was always such a gentlemen. I have not seen him in a long time but like Carol Anne, I always enjoyed seeing John Duncan, Arthur and their mother, Mrs. Johnson at the card games in Grand River, Johnstown and Barra Head. We loved to see Mrs. Johnson dealing cards, she was so fast. We certainly had a lot of laughs. RIP John Duncan.
To the Johnson Family:
I am very sorry for your loss. I remember all the times John dropped by the house to pick up my father Lester, to take him to the card games. John is also one of the reasons I remember getting my drivers license at 16 - I had to borrow his car when my father's couldn't pass the inspection test. Good memories!
Bill, Caren & Dale Robertson - Dartmouth, Nova Scotia (formerly Barra Head)
Dear Darlene, Trina, Donna & entire Johnson Families-- We are sending our sincerest sympathies to each of you in the loss of your dad--Hold on to the many great memories you have of him always in your heart-Sending hugs to all of you!
My deepest sympathies to all the family and friends of John D.
Remember him from my years growing up in Barra Head, the big bright smile is what I remember the most.
Beautiful video & obituary. Sending you all lots of love during this sad time.
Sending sincerest condolences to all of the Johnson family during this difficult time. Today and always may wonderful memories bring you peace, comfort and strength. Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers.
My deepest sympathies going out to Mrs.Johnson and the whole family. John Duncan was one of the sweetest men I have ever had the privilege of meeting. An amazing family man loved by all. He will be sadly missed by all. Rest peacefully in the Creators arms.
We extend sincere sympathy to the family of John Duncan. He was a wonderful role model for his children and all his community and beyond. We were happy to count him as one of our friends.Eva and Doug
Growing up in Grand River. I went to school with some of the Johnston's. John Duncan, Arthur and their mom always went to the card games in Grand River, and they taught My Sister and I to play 45's.. I have such great memories of this, and it is almost 50 years ago.God Bless you and thanks for the great memories, Carol Anne (Mac Leod) Mac Innis
My Deepest Condolences to Cecelia and George and ALL his family and friends. I’ve come to meet John Duncan early in my life, he was a great human being.
Rest Easy John D
Love Gloria (Burke) MacDonald
We are sending our sincere condolences to the family, friends and the community. John was very respected of his accomplishments in his community and will be remembered for his contributions he made for many years…Rest in Peace…
To the Johnson Family
So sorry to hear of your recent loss. John Duncan was a great family man and a true gentleman. I remembers his visits to dad (Hughie Campbell) after dad retired from Morrison Store, they had a great respect for each other.
Debbie (Campbell) & Ben Jellow