John Miller will be remembered for being an amazing father, grandfather, father-in-law, husband and friend.  He was know for his love of life, being a hard worker, caring, humorous, faithful and his passion for barbecuing. He was respected and loved by so many people. To know him, was to love him. John is survived by his children Cory, Dionne, Anthony and Matthew. Also by  Susan - wife of Cory and their two children Malcolm and Miles. He will be deeply missed and forever loved.


May 21, 2019
Cardinal Funeral Home
05:00 PM - 08:00 PM




May 22, 2019
Nancy Gibson
My deepest sympathy Anthony and Matthew and family
May 22, 2019
Clydeen Lambkin
Farewell dear friend. Rest in peace.
May 21, 2019
William R Dorsey
With our deepest sympathy and condolences sent to all for the loss of a beautiful man and father. I remember the time we rode our bicycles from Toronto to just outside Hamilton. Many beautiful and meaningful memories.
May 21, 2019
Dawn Freeman
My condolences to your family and friends sharing your grief. I met Johnnie on two occasions through his friends Dorothy and Nathan Abbott. Sounds like he was a lovely person. May his memory live on in your hearts. God bless.
May 19, 2019
Bruce Pellowe
John and I worked together at Roncesvalles for many years. He was a trusted friend and a brother in Christ. I am so saddened he has gone home so soon, yet thankful he is resting in the arms of our Saviour. See you at the rapture!
May 18, 2019
Ron Horechka
I will always remember John’s smile and that laugh, he made a stressful place easier to be there. Gone too soon, my condolences.
May 18, 2019
Dr. John W Cole
Stay strong and trust in God. My heart goes out to the family. Love Ya
May 17, 2019
Dorothy Abbott/Nathan Segal
To know Johnny was to love him...and be loved by him. And we were blessed to be among those who shared that special warmth. He is now reunited with his true soulmate, Pat Winn. Miss them both. Condolences to his family. R.I.P.
May 17, 2019
Jason Banfield
Our streetcar family is a dysfunctional bunch at times, but we are tight. John was one of those guys that was the ‘thread’ that bound us right. We celebrated his retirement to enjoy life and we now grieve his passing. All of us in streetcar transportation that new John have shed a tear today.