John Maxwell Lamers

December 18, 2018 7 Condolences Print Obituary

John Lamers, a foreman and loader operator worker, who resided in Edmonton, Alberta, died unexpectedly on Dec. 16, 2018 at the age of 53 due to heart disease.

John is survived by his wife Jo-ann Lamers; his children, Brock Lamers, Mitchell Lamers and step-daughter Kristin Adamski; his sister Melissa Lamers; Brother in-law Scott Ryan, and Tim Ryan.(Becky Tilbury). He is predeceased by his mother Lezora Lamers, father John Lamers Sr., and nephew Billy Lamers. Mother in-law Barabra Ryan, Father in-law Robert Ryan.

John was born in St.Thomas on July 06, 1965 to John and Lezora Lamers in Aylmer. John was very close to his nieces and nephews, and always expressed his love for family. His hobbies included NASCAR, Football (Go Green Bay), and his Harley Davidson motorcycle rides. He was an outdoor person taking his family camping all the time, and enjoyed his BBQ.

A cremation is in process and a celebration of life to be determined at a later date. He will be deeply missed by friends and family who knew him.

 

  1. John and I first met back at sureway, he was my lead hand for quite some time. I learned many things from this great man. My condolences. He will be missed.

  2. Our deepest condolences
    Karlo and Gerda Buzan

  3. Our condolences to all of John’s family. John lived with us for a while many years ago. He was always in good spirits and loved to tell a joke or two.

  4. John you were a blast to work with we had a lot of good laughs the past 3 years I got to know you it’s very sad to see that you passed at such a young age you will be deeply miss buddy love ya John May you Rest In Peace.

  5. John and I met when we were 12 yrs old, growing up on tobacco farms that connected. We quickly became close friends. We were inseparable from there on. Our friendship only grew closer over the years. I do not have words for what I am feeling right now. We went through thick and thin together. He was undoubtedly my best friend. I thought I lost him when he went to the west in search of work. Anyone who had ever met or worked with him knew there was not a better man. There is a void in me that will never be filled. We enjoyed wings, beers and neverending laughs. I will never meet a better friend, we always had each other’s backs. Ride on brother! Because I am happy the ride that I went through with you through life could not have been better! You will always be in my heart and in my thoughts, love your brother Big Dutch.

  6. John you were a great person to be around and had the pleasure to work with for a short time. May you rest easy bud . Driving loaders in heaven now . My deepest sympathies to his family ..

  7. John you were wonderful on teaching me lots through sureway and Thompson we will miss you this season.. consolences to the family

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