Poulton, John Keith “Jack”

Jack Poulton, John Keith, passed away peacefully in bed beside his loving wife Barbara on Sunday February 21, 2021.  His three children Sean, Robert (wife Carmen) and Kelly will miss him terribly.  Jack’s five grandchildren Paige, Jaime, Jack, Ben and Jesse will remember him as funny Papa.  Jack’s brothers and wives Tom & Jan, Barry & Sharon, Brent and Sue no doubt hold a lifetime of memories from over the years.  Jack is survived by his 101 yr old mother Rose.  Jack’s many friends, some lifelong, will think of him fondly.  We are all changed by this loss.  The family will gather to share stories when we can.  To all family and close friends raise a glass in honour of Jack Poulton. 


12 Condolences

  1. Our sincere condolences to Barb and her family, we have many fond memories of our times together. Our prayers and thoughts are with you. Love Dave and Pat

    By: Dave and Pat Sitko
    March 6, 2021
  2. So sorry to hear of Jack’s passing. Our deepest sympathies to you, Barb and your family So many fun memories golfing in Panama City Beach.

    By: Pat and Claude Kerr
    March 4, 2021
  3. Our sincere condolences to you Barb and family. We were saddened to hear of Jack’s passing.
    You will be in our thoughts and prayers

    By: Cathy and George Holtrop
    March 3, 2021
  4. My deepest condolences to the Poulton family on your loss.

    By: Tim White
    March 3, 2021
  5. Dear Barb,Kelly and family.
    I am deeply saddened to hear of
    Jack’s passing. I will cherish all of our memories of 45 fantastic years and all the good times we had as neighbors and friends!!!
    The Lord knows that there are too too
    many to count!!!
    I am sure that Jack and Gary are up there
    having a beer together on the 19th hole
    and catching up while looking down at us.
    I hope that you know I am here if you need
    My thoughts and prayers are with you at
    this time.
    Love Colleen ❤🌈

    By: Colleen Mulligan
    February 27, 2021
  6. My sincere condolences to Barbara, Family and Friends on the loss of Jack. He was a fun guy and we loved being with him and Barb at Panama City Beach. May God hold you close as you celebrate and mourn Jack’s life. If there is anything that I can do to help you, please have someone call me.
    Graham Squirell

    By: Graham Squirell
    February 26, 2021
  7. My condolences Barb.& family. We will remember Jack as a friendly guy who enjoyed golfing and fishing with friends. Also enjoyed get together with friends the bus drivers.RIP

    By: Lorenzo Melanson
    February 26, 2021
  8. My sincere condolences to Barb, Kelly and Family.
    I worked alongside Jack for many years. He was a fun type of guy, easy to work with, welll opiniated and respectful of others. Always enjoyed hearing about his deer hunts on the Manitoulan Island farm. A great story teller. You were in the highest of my esteem Jack, Good bye friend!
    Sincerely, Gerry Plante

    By: Gerard Plante
    February 26, 2021
  9. Dear Barb, Family and Friends,
    My condolences to you on the loss of Jack. The photo you chose that I saw tonight in The Sudbury Star portrays the handsome, muscular, energetic fellow whose heart you captured, Barb, so long ago, during our fun and more fun high school days. I picture Jack in a football uniform, but, maybe it was a basketball uniform. Those were wonderful games in an easy era. God be with you as you celebrate Jack’s life and mourn the end of his earthly journey.

    By: Diane (Thibault) Ikonen
    February 25, 2021
  10. My condolences to Barbara and family.

    By: Allan Pechkoff
    February 25, 2021
  11. My sincere condolences to Jack’s family . I remember Jack playing Basketball for St. Charles College, many years ago. He was a highly skilled player, playing 1st string with the MacMillan brothers. I was a cheerleader for Sudbury High. What great times they were.
    Sincerely, Heather Doran Spark.

    By: Heather Doran Spark
    February 24, 2021
  12. No words can fully express, we were great friends, you will be missed and we can always reminisce of the good times we had growing up in Sudbury.

    By: Gary and Liliane Locke
    February 24, 2021

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