John (Jack) William Barry Greenwood

John (Jack) William Barry Greenwood


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Born June 16, 1939 at Arcola, Saskatchewan


Passed away peacefully January 27, 2017 at home in Victoria, BC. Predeceased by his parents William in 1991 and Edna in 1992. Survived by his brother Jim, Victoria, BC, his wife Sandra of 55 years, his two sons Raymond and Philip (Janet), grandchildren Jill (Nic) Dol and their children, Gwenna and Matthew; Jennifer (Clinton) Freisen and their children, Lily and Rylie; Billy and girlfriend Paige Phillips; Jessica (Jesse) Peddle and daughter, Kaebri; Ryan, Samantha, Katie, Tyler, Madison, Maelyn, John, Hanna, and Nathan. His brothers-in-law Peter (Patsy) Moseley, Gary (Dennise) Moseley, sisters-in-law Doreen (George) Kirby and Mary Moseley, nieces and nephews, extended family and many dear friends.


A private family graveside service of farewell was held at Percy Cemetary on Monday, February 6, 2017 near Kisbey, Saskatchewan with Reverend Michele Moore officiating.


Jack was a talented athlete, farmer, carpenter, son, brother, husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather. He loved and was loved.


Jack and all his family are forever grateful for the unsurpassed care and love he received from Louise. For four and a half years Louise Fortier-Miller assisted Jack’s wife Sandra with his daily care.


Jack’s enthusiastic dedication to family, before and after him along with cherished lifelong friends & love of animals will always be remembered. Jack’s was a life well lived and we will miss him dearly.


Funeral arrangements provided by First Memorial, Victoria, BC and by Orsted Funeral Home, Carlyle, Saskatchewan.

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