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Tuttle JohnTUTTLE, John Andrew   -   The family of John Andrew Tuttle is saddened to announce the sudden passing of John, on Thursday, December 8, 2022, at the age of 52.


John will be deeply missed by his beloved wife, Cherrie; his adored daughter, Brittany; his loving parents, Paul (Gwelda) and Janet Meadus (Kim); his much-loved brother, Michael; and stepdaughters, Ashlee and Katherine.


His extended Tuttle/MacDonald, Britton and Edmunds families grieve the loss of their nephew and cousin.


He was predeceased by his beloved Granddad and Nan Cutts.


John was born in Scarborough but grew up in Pickering, Ontario, where he met and enjoyed lifelong friendships with Egon Singh and Michael Worts.


John was a talented and accomplished landscaper. He partnered with Cherrie to run a successful landscaping company in Huntsville, Ontario.


He loved the outdoors, it was in his DNA. John was happiest when spending time with Brittany, enjoying cottage life at West Lake, hunting and fishing, caring for his beautiful flower gardens and walking his dogs, Ice and Hunter.


John mastered creative expression in many forms, most notably through his art. He had recently begun to learn to play the bagpipes. As a family, we remember John as loving, loyal and resilient. His loving memory will be cherished always and he will be so greatly missed


. The Funeral Service took place on Saturday, December 17th, with interment to follow in the spring of 2023.


"Say not in grief 'he is no more' but in thankfulness that he was." - Hebrew Proverb.