John "Jack" Robert Todd

December 7th, 2020

John ‘Jack’ Robert Todd was born in Medicine Hat, Alberta on January 8, 1930. Jack moved to Nelson when he was seven. During his teenage years he enjoyed his life and met Gladys Potter in Lakeside Park. The two of them separately went on to enjoy fourty years of raising their respective families and creating many great memories. But, in 1990 Gladys and Jack both lost their spouses and lo and behold they became a couple in 1992. The rest is history. Jack and Gladys married in 1993 and enjoyed years of fishing on Kootenay Lake and travel in their motorhome. 

I will miss him. He was there when I needed him most. We had a wonderful journey together. Wherever you are I am very lonely. Catch some more fish and be happy.

You are invited to leave a personal message of condolence.

“Those we love don’t go away, they walk beside us everyday”.

Messages:

Grandpa, I’ll miss you always and love you forever. xo

Gladys, we think of Dad every day and we will miss him greatly. We are so grateful that you came into his life and loved him so much. The last time we saw him he was calling you his angel. He was so happy with the life you had together. Stay strong and we will all gather in the summer to celebrate his life ❤️

Our sincere sympathy and condolences. I got Jack’s obituary printed in Mainstreet and will mail you a copy when we get it. Love - Tom & Sharon

Gladys, you are in our thoughts and prayers. It was a joy spending time with you both and sharing the stories of your life journeys. We will miss Jack, too. We look forward to seeing you soon and talking about all those wonderful memories. Hugs Tony and Bernadette

Gladys, we're so sorry to hear your sad news about Jack. We're grateful for the chance to meet him at Museum Days and get to know him a wee bit. Gladys, please treasure your memories of your life with Jack, and may they bring you comfort. He was a great, great guy. With a big hug from Gray Creek, Frances and Steve

Gladys, so sorry to read of the loss of your husband Jack. May the pleasure you find in your memories of your life together give you peace. Keep fishing Jack!

Dear Gladys. Our deepest condolences. So sorry to read of Jack's passing. We will miss his smile at Woodbury resort. Stay safe. Hugs. Marc and Shannon Cross

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