It is with immense sadness and a profound sense of loss that our family announces the unexpected and sudden passing of John Larry Orct, at the age of 59, on Wednesday November 2, 2022.
John deeply loved and lived for his family. He will be eternally reunited with his father, Lloyd. He was a beloved son to Ann and will be forever loved and cherished by his sister Barb (Gord) and brother William (Milena). John was a very proud and devoted uncle to his four nephews Lloyd, Matthew (fiance Lisa), Brandon and Ryan who will forever feel his absence in their lives. John was the loving nephew of Nick (deceased) and Mary Jurilj and John and Gail Orct. His kindness will be fondly remembered by his cousins, extended family and close friends.
While growing up, John found that he loved what his parents did for a living and also chose to follow the path to farming. Even though he never worked 9am to 5pm and was always on “stand by”, he could never imagine a life worthwhile doing anything else. He remained a motivated and passionate Farmer up until the day before his passing.
Visitations will take place at Turner Family Funeral Home Ltd, 53 Main St., Dundas, ON, (905) 628-6412 on Monday, November 7, 2022 from 6 to 9 p.m. The Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Tuesday, November 8, 2022 at 10 a.m. at St. Augustine’s Parish, 58 Sydenham St. Dundas. Interment will follow at Holy Cross Cemetery, 620 Governor’s Rd. E., Paris.
THOSE WE LOVE
DON’T GO AWAY,
THEY WALK BESIDE US EVERYDAY.
BUT ALWAYS NEAR,
SO LOVED, SO MISSED,
SO VERY DEAR
Sorry to hear about John my condolences to the family
My sincere condolences to the family for John always remember every holiday we use to talk about farm.He was an amazing guy. God Bless his soul 🙏🏻
MY CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY
SO SORRY SO MUCH!
I was deeply saddened and shocked to hear of John’s sudden passing. We would often cross paths at the grain elevator during corn harvest and talk about the weather, crops and machinery. John would always greet you with a smile. He was a very knowledgeable and hard-working farmer who had a genuine life-long passion for working the land. His passing is a huge loss to our neighbourhood and he will be greatly missed in our community. My thoughts and prayers are with John’s mother and all his family at this difficult time.
It is with sincere condolences we send to the family of John, a “real” farmer who loved his family, friends, neighbours and community. Having only met John a few times, we felt we knew him well through stories, tales and up-to-date happenings on his farm through the eyes of his good friends the Clugstons. A special connection exists between all of us farmers so we all feel the pain.
My dear Brother now that you are gone
You’re no longer here to share
The bond we had together –
A bond of love and care.
Yet, somehow something tells me
You are watching over me –
Now that from Worldly cares
You finally are free.
I miss you so very much,
And my tears I cannot hide
Yet, within my heart, I feel
You are always by my side.
Ever since you went away
Life has never been the same
Yet, it comforts me to know
That one day we’ll meet again.
Will miss you johnny, i never talk much but with you could talk about farming for hours. Will always remember sat nights at ur place watching wrestling with old boy old girl , barbie , willy and others. You where my best friend johnny