OBITUARY

John Fredrick Ault

7 April , 19533 February , 2019

AULT, John

Peacefully at University Hospital on February 3, 2019 after a long battle with pneumonia, John Frederick Ault of London in his 66th year. Beloved son of the late Frederick and Margaret Ault. Loving brother of Lynn Bates (Bruce 2007). He will be missed by his cousin Barry Meathrel (Jane) as well as his many friends. Visitation will be held at Needham Funeral Service (520 Dundas St) on Friday February 8, 2019 from 1-2 pm where the complete memorial service will be held at 2 pm. Donations in memory of John to Community Living London would be appreciated. Tributes may be made at www.needhamfuneralhome.com

Services

  • Memorial Service Friday, 8 February , 2019
REMEMBERING

John Fredrick Ault

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Laurie Schultz

6 February 2019

I spent the better part of 10 years supporting this fine gentleman. Meatloaf would come with me to work, right from 7 weeks old, and John would always ask, “what do they call it a dog for?”. He cracked me up. Then he’d say, “I love you, Meatloaf—stupid dog!” We did this hilarious dance for years. John loved Anne Murray, and when my hair was short and blonde, that is what he called me. The look on his face one day was priceless as I started to sing “Snowbird”! 😂. He was always telling people he had new shoes when he most certainly did not. He wore suspenders with a belt, and still had to routinely yank up his pants. His beloved cat, Garfield, was affectionately labelled “stupid cat”, and he would crack up every time I asked him if he wanted a “spot of tea” in a ridiculous accent. He was impish in character, and was always humming a tune and shaking his pointer finger to the (highly irregular) beat. Though I haven’t seen Johnny in a while, he was never far from my thoughts, as sooooo many things remind me of him and the years I spent with him in his home. I don’t know where you are now, buddy, but hopefully there will always be “Keith in the morning”. ❤️

Kristi Baptie

6 February 2019

I will forever cherish my time with John over the years! He had the most pure heart and soul. I take comfort in knowing he is with his mom and dad who he missed so much. I will never forget the fun memories I’ve shared with John, his infectious laugh and his hilarious personality. He was one of a kind man!

Tamara Duggan

6 February 2019

I have worked with John for many years and I will deeply miss him. The last adventure we went on was to observe the Remembrance day ceremony. He was always proud to honour his Dad and listen to the bag pipes. John was always looking for his next adventure and greet everyone he met along the way with a contagious smile.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY