Deepest Sympathy in the passing of a wonderful co-worker and friend to so many. JD always had a smile no matter when you saw him, always a helping hand for anyone who needed it. Jeffery will be missed by so many. JD will never be forgotten he will be Forever in our Hearts. R.I.P. my friend.
Kathleen Lazenby co-worker from H.W.D.C.
So very sorry to hear of Jeff's passing. Jeff and I played a bit of hockey together as teenagers, then our son's played together as well, which allowed us to catch up on old times. Had a lot of great conversations with Jeff, happy and fortunate to have known him. May you rest in peace Whitey, you will be missed. Sincere condolences to all of Jeff's family.Thinking of you, Justin, Braden, Allison and Jen.
Rob McNeish and family.
My sincere condolences to JD's family.
JD was one of the most solid people I've ever met. His impact on those around him is life long. He was someone who truly had your back and there was an unspoken comfort in that. Everyone who knew him can count themselves lucky they did and they are no doubt a better person because of his influence. We all miss you.
A sad day for me to hear of your passing, and I am forever grateful to call you a friend,
Although our life paths took us in different directions, there are still many fond memories that can never be erased by time,
My heartfelt wishes go out the Justin Braden and Allison,
My sympathies extend to Nancy, Angela, and all extensions of the family,
Very saddened to read of Jeff’s passing. We went to school together starting at Agnes Hodge.
My sincere condolences to Angela and the rest of his family.
I REMEMBER HIM
I remember him to be kind, gentle, fair and funny.
I remember him to be strong yet vulnerable.
I remember him as being a great boss and mentor.
I remember him being a man you could count on.
I remember him always trusting me and having my back.
I remember him being a family man and always talking about Carrie and the kids.
I remember him as a free spirit and a passionate man about his bike, golf and travels.
I remember his smile, laugh and carefree attitude.
I will never forget him...because I remember him.
My condolences to his family and all that JD graced.
JD...I enjoyed working along side you for several years. You always had my back. You were always there to talk with and to listen to my concerns or suggestions. You will be missed by many.
My thoughts and prayers are sent to your family.
Very sorry to hear about Jeff's passing and very surprised. I remember playing with Jeff and Angela when we were very young and they lived on Harold Street. Then I used to see him at different archery tournaments in the area and we always caught up and said hi. I'm sorry about your loss and I'm sure he will be very much missed by all his family..,.. David Pigeau.
I was very saddened to hear of JD's passing. I worked with JD at HWDC for a number of years. He will be remembered for his kindness, and sense of humor. I will always cherish his friendship. He will certainly be missed by all of us who worked with him.
The Dremak family is saddened to hear of Jeff's passing. We met while our boys played rep hockey. He was the first to offer his time to assistant coach, never missed a practice, and always had a positive outlook regardless of the games outcome. Post hockey it was always a friendly Hello and chat when we crossed paths in the community. Our deepest sympathies to Carrie and family.
Mark, Sherry, Owen & April Dremak
Jeff was a real gentleman, I am honoured to call him my son in law, and WOW what a golfer, Jeff golfed in my league several times over the years and showed us old guys a few things, of course in a very nice way cause that's the way he was, I am so happy he got to do all of things he loved over the past few years ...fishing, hunting, golfing and riding his Harley with Carrie, riding her Harley especially down east where they brought Judy and I fresh Lobster via express delivery on a couple of Harley Davidson's. My sympathies to all Jeff's Family and Friends. Jeff was a Great Guy!