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John Storm

STORM, John - It is with great sadness the Storm family announce the sudden passing of their devoted father, husband, uncle, brother, son, nephew and friend on Monday, February 12, 2018 in his 47th year. John was a member and Worshipful Master of Fidelity Lodge, Port Perry. He was a talented artist whose legacy of stonework will last through time untold. His kindness touched many hearts. He was man of tradition and a teacher of values. He was well respected and will be dearly missed by so many. We will miss the twinkle of those blue eyes and the warmth of his strong hugs. Rest easy John Ė we love you. A celebration of Johnís life will be held at a later date when the trilliums are in bloom. Arrangements entrusted to the LOW AND LOW FUNERAL HOME , 1763 Reach Street, Port Perry (905-985-7331). For online condolences, please visit www.lowandlow.ca13254663
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Rest in Peace John
Posted by Ted, Natalie and Katrina (friends) On Monday, May 7, 2018
To the Storm Family. Our sincere condolences on the passing of a very beautiful person with a kind heart and kinds words for all who knew him.

May his spirit soar with kind Kings and Angels.

Beloved
Posted by Beryl and John Pearce (Aunt and Uncle) On Saturday, February 24, 2018
John was a fine nephew, very much loved but not appreciated nearly enough. We have some of his stone-work as a lasting monument to the love he gave to us. Rest with God John.
Sorry For Your Loss
Posted by Lauretta A (Sympathizer) On Wednesday, February 21, 2018
To the entire STORM Family,

Please accept my sympathy over the loss of your dear John! What a great loss at a very young age.Be strong and take heart in the comforting hope held out in the scriptures for all our loved ones who have died. We will welcome them back in the near future on a beautiful earthly paradise without the fear of ever losing them again - (Acts 24:15) (Revelation 21:3,4)

May those thoughts and the beautiful memories you shared with John comfort you at this difficult time.


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