Dear Kimpinski Family
Just returned from abroad to find out that your dad, grandpa and husband, Mr. Kimpinski had passed away. I am so sorry to hear of that. I had the pleasure of meeting him years ago and always enjoyed meeting with him and talking to him. One thing was always clear- he was super proud of his family.
I've had the pleasure of being great friends with Terry and Steph, and Cheryl and Ron for many years, all of whom always spoke so highly of their Dad. That's a wonderful thing.
He was a good one who will be missed greatly.
I am sorry to hear of his passing and am thinking of you during your time of loss.
Mrs. Kimpinski, I'm sorry about the loss of your husband after 60 years together. May you find peace and strength.
Dear Grace and family: Vi and I were saddened to hear of your loss and we wish to express our deepest condolences to you. We liked and admired John and both of us treasure happy memories of the years that we worked with John in Saskatoon. He was a very fine man. May he rest in peace.
I have so many great memories of Uncle Johnnie, mostly revolving around our annual golf challenge which pitted him and Terry against me and my cousin Lorne Paul. Lots of laughs and friendly competition.
I always admired his intelligence and wit and especially the obvious love and pride he showed for Aunt Grace, their kids and grandkids. He will always be fondly remembered.
I have only fond memories of Uncle Johnnie: his smile, his wit, his intelligence, and the way that he and dad would laugh when they were together. Every time I see a picture of Uncle Johnnie, I am reminded of stories dad has told me of the two of them growing up together. He was a lovely, loving man who will be missed. Ivan and I send our deepest and most sincere condolences. You’re in our hearts.
I’m very sad hearing of the passing of my older brother John. He taught me how to ride my first two wheeler bicycle and to drive our Dad’s stick shift half ton truck. We had some great times growing up together and later as adults. I will miss him.
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