OBITUARY

John Frederick Amyot

March 21, 1956September 3, 2020

Passed away on Thursday, September 3, 2020 at the age of 64 years. Dear son of the late Pauline (nee Jenner) and John J. Amyot. Beloved husband of Ann (nee McCabe). Loving father of Danielle (Daniel Yergeau), Chantale and Sophie (Jocelyn Guillemette). Adored grandfather of Thomas, Michel, Andreanne, Summer, Brooke, William, Matilda and Morgan. He will be sadly missed by his brother, Patrick (Debra Cebula) his sisters, Louise (Monty Horton), Elise (Ron Tarrant) and predeceased by Bart and Anita; as well as many nephews, nieces and friends. The family would like to thank the Ottawa Hospital Civic and General Campuses for their expert care. A funeral mass will be held on September 26 at 2 pm via Zoom, (a link to for access will be provided at a later date). As an expression of sympathy, kindly consider a donation to the Dementia Society (Ottawa and Renfrew County). Online condolences, tributes or stories may be shared at www.mcevoy-shields.com

C’est avec le coeur lourd qu’on annonce le décès de John F. Amyot qui est décédé le 3 septembre 2020 a l’âge de 64 ans. Cher fils des feux Pauline (née Jenner) et John J. Amyot. Époux bien-aimé d’Ann (née McCabe). Père aimant de Danielle (Daniel Yergeau), Chantale et Sophie (Jocelyn Guillemette). Grand-père adoré de Thomas, Michel, Andreanne, Summer, Brooke, William, Matilda et Morgan. Il laisse aussi en deuil, son frère, Patrick (Debra Cebula); ses soeurs, Louise (Monty Horton), Elise (Ron Tarrant) et feux Bart et Anita. En plus, de plusieurs nièces, neveux et amis bien-aimés. La famille remercie grandement l'Hopital d'Ottawa campus Civic et General pour leurs soins formidables. Vous etes bienvenue a joindre la famille pour la messe funéraire par mode direct Zoom le 26 septembre 2020 a 14h (le lien sera partagé a une date ultérieure). Pour exprimer vos sympathies, vous pouvez faire un don a la Societe de la Démence d'Ottawa et Renfrew. des condoléances, des hommages ou histoires peuvent être partagés a www.mcevoy-shields.com

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Elise Amyot Tarrant

September 28, 2020

John and Ron,
I will miss the big guy forever.

Louise Horton

September 28, 2020

Big bro .... cutie 💕

Diana Jamal

September 26, 2020

John

You were so full of life and compassion for everything you did. I remember how excited you were giving bibles away in Cuba!!!
You also had such a passion for singing. Perhaps you can do a duet in heaven with your dear friend Sahir.

God rest your soul. Godspeed John.

Anne

This was quite a shock and I have been praying for you since I received the news. You remain in my prayers. God bless you.

Anne Lefier

September 25, 2020

Dear Ann,
I have heard the sad news (Nicole Bélecque) of John’s passing away.
Even though time shall heal the hurt it is not easy to let a companion of so many years go.
We shall remember John’s funny jokes more over his generosity and he was always ready to help the other.
A flash is coming to my mind: he was always looking for the right page at choir...!
I wish you all the strength and blessing.
My sincere condolences,
Anne Lefier
(ex OCC chorister)

Joanne Maika-White

September 16, 2020

Dear Ann
Thinking of you at this sad time. Losing the love of your life John, all too soon. Big John will be dearly missed by many whose lives were enriched for having known him.
Sending my deepest sympathies and hugs.
Joanne

Ken Trudel

September 14, 2020

So sad to hear of John’s passing. He was a happy, outgoing, generous man who truly brightened the world wherever he went. John was always eager to lend his great baritone voice to our many musical projects over the years and could be counted on to lighten rehearsals with his infectious love of life and unfailing good humour. We will all miss him.
Ann, our deepest condolences to you and your family.

Deirdre Follett (King)

September 14, 2020

I have such fond memories of cousin John -- full of mischief, unable to resist a corny joke, deeply committed to his family.
To Ann and family, please accept my condolences.
Deedee

Michael Tower

September 11, 2020

I am very sorry to hear of your loss and please accept my heartfelt condolences. I worked with john for many years and he was always a very kind and gentle soul. His delight in life and his family and that twinkle in his eye were never absent.

Frankie Demers-Bournillat

September 10, 2020

I was 14 or 15 when I first met John. Jane and I had slept at Ann’s apartment on Gloucester Street and we met John for breakfast on a Sunday morning then went for a walk on the Byward market. My first impression was he was that he was a tall guy with big hair and a deep voice. The first thing he asked me was what my favorite band was. I was embarrassed because I didn’t know much about music so I said Chris de Burgh because Ann had one of his albums. He approved. To Ann, I offer my deepest sympathies, I love you like a sister Annie.

Danielle, Chantale and Sophie. I am the youngest of a family of three daughters. I remember when I lost my dad 25 years ago. That was without a doubt, the saddest day of my life. Hugs to you ladies.

My husband Patrick also sends his condolences to the family.

Elise Amyot Tarrant

September 10, 2020

I will miss how he used to introduce me to people as his baby sister.

FROM THE FAMILY

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