Cerwik, John

Visitation will be taking place Saturday September 7 from 1pm – 3pm at St. John’s Dixie ( 737 Dundas St E, Mississauga) in the Sandalwood room followed by a reception downstairs in the Willow room from 2 – 5.

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  1. Peter Persicaner
    Peter Persicaner says:

    I was absolutely devastated to learn of John’s untimely passing.

    John was a gentleman of the highest standing , and a wonderful colleague.

    John was the ultimate professional , and always took great pride in his work-related issues.
    He would work long hours to ensure that he never missed a deadline … and always had a smile on his face.

    I treasure the time that we spent at Genpharm … and also the social activities that became a part and parcel of our lives after work.

    John was undoubtedly a man in a million , and I will never forget him.

    Rest in Peace , my friend … you will never be forgotten.

    Peter

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  2. Neil Tabatznik
    Neil Tabatznik says:

    It was a huge shock, and really sad, to hear about John’s untimely passing. I remember John during the Genpharm and Cobalt days with real fondness. Sincerest condolences to his family.

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  3. Monika Baginski
    Monika Baginski says:

    My deepest condolences to Family and Friends. It’s very sad news to learn about John’s passing, such a great man, always smiling and with positive attitude to people around Him. John, rest in peace. May Merciful and loving God take care of you on the other side in Heaven.
    Monika Baginski

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  4. Dan Dunlop
    Dan Dunlop says:

    I worked IT at cobalt with John years ago. John wasn’t just a coworker to me, he was like an uncle. Always there for you no matter what, and give you the shirt off his back…. literally. It happened once. Even after I moved from the province, John would phone up out of the blue and talk for hours. I’d always make a habit of seeing him when I made it back and it was like nothing ever happened. John, I’m really going to miss you. You and the boys/girls from cobalt helped shape me to be the man I am today. I can’t thank you enough. Rest In Peace Cerwik, I’ll see ya on the other side.

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  5. Mary Mancini
    Mary Mancini says:

    Dear Nadira,
    I am so deeply sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathies and condolences go out to you and your family.
    May God bless you in this difficult time.
    Mary Mancini

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  6. Maria De Sa
    Maria De Sa says:

    I was shocked to hear about his passing this morning. My heart, thoughts and prayers go out to his family. My deepest condolence. It was a pleasure and an honour to have worked with you for 11 years. You were the best boss for the 3 years that I worked when I joined Cobalt. You were kind, patient and a very funny person. A true gentleman indeed! I am truly gonna miss you. May you rest in peace. Continue to ride your Harley up above. Thank you John Cerwick 😀

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  7. Richard Xie
    Richard Xie says:

    I am very sad to hear that John Cerwik passed away from us. Those memorable times from Genpharm to Cobalt will remain.

    Rest In Peace, John.

    Richard Xie

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  8. Ian Jarvis
    Ian Jarvis says:

    Please accept my Sincerest condolences. John I was blessed to have worked alongside you and came to know you as a kind man who always went out of his way to make others happy. Rest in peace sir

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  9. John coopman
    John coopman says:

    We are very sorry to hear of John’s passing. Not only did this come as a shock but it reminds me how fragile life can be and how important friends and family are. In this time of sorrow please celebrate John and his contributions to his friends and family. He always had a great giving nature to his family and to his friends. I had the pleasure of working with John for 7 years and will continue to reflect on those great memorable times. Cheers John.

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