In Memory

John Cherenko

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07/11/18 08:42 PM #1    

Norm Bystrom

My sincerest condolences to John's family, We were kindred spirit's in that we took the long train ride from Vancouver to the far reaches of Ontario to start a career in the Canadian Army in 1962. At the reunion I found out that John had not stayed in long, as I believe he said his father had taken ill and he took his release early?

I am shocked to say the least. Rest well, until we meet again.

07/13/18 07:59 PM #2    

Ron Friesan

We had a lot of fun. Was great to see John at our 50th. Remember going down Nelson Ave. in

his 56 Merc convert one night at speed backwards. Lots of good times!

07/14/18 08:51 AM #3    

Doug Seaby

It was so sad to hear about John passing on. We grew up together and had many good times from playing hockey and drinking and smoking underage. I think we had more fun drinking as most of you know my Dad did work at the Nelson Brewery so we did have a good supply of beer of course my brother Ross  was cutting into what we thoght was a unlimited suppy right Harry John was a great guy and very easy going he had many friends in Nelson. I did spend a little time with him at the reuion and now I wish I would have spent more time with him. We talked about meeting up some time and hang out and talk about old times. But that never happened as we all know life is very short..John will be missed by many many friends and family. Here is Best Wishes To All My Old Nelson Friends Take Care .   LIFE IS GOOD------- Doug Seaby

07/16/18 03:33 PM #4    

Larry Doyle

We were so saddned to hear of John's passing and our deepest sympathy to his family.  It was so great to share time with him at our reunion, we shared lots of laughs and stories.  
Lynda and I always enjoyed the suprise little drop-ins when he would come through Montrose coming or going to Nelson to see his mom.  If we were lucky we could maybe fit in a game of golf. 

John was a good easy going man, he will be missed!  Rest in peace old friend.  

Larry & Lynda Doyle  


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