John Allan Moldon passed away suddenly in Medicine Hat, Alberta on Wednesday, May 2, 2018, after a long struggle with mental illness. He was born in Charlottetown, PEI on July 5, 1970, grew up in Dartmouth, NS and Ottawa, ON and worked in Ottawa and Medicine Hat in the restaurant and trucking industries. John was kind and generous with a quiet and witty sense of humour. He will be missed greatly. Treasuring their many happy memories are his parents, Ruth and John Moldon of Dartmouth; his sisters, Margaret, Cheryl and Bess and the many other family members and friends whose lives he enriched. A memorial with family and friends will be held at a later date.
John you are now flying with the angels ...please say hi to my Mom and Brother Patrick ...You were my first true friend after moving to MH June 2017. You were here for me cheering me on always and you had a way about you that made me believe that good people still exist !! You hid your misery from me always putting how I am doing first ...for that Thank you & I feel totally blessed to have met you and even though I miss you dearly ...I have a foot print on my heart from you and I WILL finish my OH&S for you ....you were an Angel as I told you many times ......I will pray you are at peace now and will always Smile when I pass a module ...you helped me believe in ME !!! RIP my friend ... I will never forget you !!
Goodbye old friend.
Dear John and Ruth
I was saddened this morning to read of your son's death and am thinking of how sad it is to lose one's child. Parents are not supposed to have to bury their children. Please accept my deepest sympathy and condolences.
Very sorry to hear of John's sudden passing.
John was a frequent visitor to the Medicine Hat Public Library. We'd talked on several occasions about his previous lines of work and how he was hoping to get on at Subway for something different to do.
John was always pleasant and quite clear on which internet computers were the best to use and which patrons to keep an eye on. He will be missed.
Andrew from the Library
Dear John and Ruth
Please accept our deepest sympathies for your loss.
John, Ruth and family, our deepest condolences. May you find strength at this difficult time.
John and Ruth,
I was very saddened to hear of your son's passing, my deepest condolences for your loss.
John and Ruth, sorry to hear of the passing of your son, I offer my sincere condolences in your time of sorrow.
John was a regular visitor at the Medicine Hat John Howard Society for quite a few years. He was always welcome as his smile and his winning ways brightened our office each time he came in. We are very sad to learn of his passing and we send our sincere condolences to his family. Here at MHJHS, he will be missed.
Lee Anne Charbonneau, executive director
Chantelle Bustamante, project coordinator
Hey John is a big shocker especially saw u 2 days before sure enjoy our talks always there for me easy going to chat with always a shoulder to lean on meeting at the shelter for the first time start chilling more was an honor to have u in.my life will always be miss