John Talbot

Obituary of John Talbot

William “John” Talbot passed away peacefully, with dignity and grace, with his family by his side at his home on Saturday, March 16, 2024 in his 76th year. John was a kind, generous and extremely hardworking man, and will always be remembered for his helping hand to anyone in need. His legacy of unconditional love, strength and inspiration will be cherished forever. Left to mourn and hold dear their time together, is his wife, Faye MacDonald. He was the loving and treasured father of Kevin Talbot (Teresa) of Goderich, Tammy Patterson (Bill) of Goderich, Shawn Talbot (Jessica) of Owen Sound, and Sherri Scott (Jamie) of Milverton. Greatly missed by his grandchildren, who he adored - Quinn, Camryn, Keltie, Cody, Kyler, Kael, Morgan, Parker, Payton and Kayden. Lovingly remembered by his siblings Rick (Lorie) of Clinton, Brian (Cathy) Ailsa Craig, Brenda (Mark) of Goderich, and Lynn Ferrara (Cesare) of Newmarket. He will hold special memories for his step children Peter (Jen), Julie (David) and their families. Also fondly remembered by his nieces and nephews. John was predeceased by his parents Dewar (Bud) Talbot and Ruth Talbot, brother Gary, and Mother of his children, Linda Talbot. At John's request, cremation has taken place. A public outdoor Celebration of Life will be held at a future date to be determined and circulated, at the former Talbot Homestead, 33832 Egerton Beach Rd, Bluewater (Bayfield), owned by close friends of John, Jane and Gary Reynolds whom have graciously offered this special place where John was born and raised as a gathering place which John forever held close to his heart. Private Spring interment will take place at Bayfield Cemetery. As expressions of sympathy, memorial donations to, One Care Home and Community Support Services at P.O. Box 222, Clinton, ON N0M1L0, Saint Elizabeth Health Care, 87 Main Street, South, Seaforth, ON N0K 1W0, Huron Hospice, 98 Shipley St., Clinton ON N0M 1L0, would be greatly appreciated. Messages of condolences can be left at
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