John Brian Innis

With heavy hearts we announce the passing of John Brian Innis on Monday August 3, 2020 with his wife by his side. Born in Chatham 80 years ago John is the son of the late Harry and Reita Innis. Husband of Susan for over 41 years. Father of Kim Innis (Darryl Robillard), the late John Innis and Audrey Smith. Grandfather of Lyrrisa and Johnathon Dionne, Michelle Benoit, Carrie Scheuermann (Craig Querin), Nicole Scheuermann  and Matt Keller, Jon Innis, Jakob Innis (McKayla MacIntosh) and Jordan Innis. Great grandfather of Emma, Berkley, Tiger, Tanner, Danny, Olivia, Austin and Ariel.

Brother of Iris Foulon (the late George) and Marla and Wayne Baverstock. Brother in law Murray Wardell and Mary Ferguson, the late Jane and Roy Stasyshyn, Dan Wardell and Nancy. Son in law of Mary Wardell and the late Albert Wardell. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. John worked for many years as a Pipefitter with Union 663, a labourer with Union 1089 while always farming his whole life. The family would like to sincerely thank the staff at Sydenham Campus, Medicine Ward for their compassionate and caring service, as well as the multitude of kindness extended to John through this challenging journey. Those wishing to make a memorial contribution are asked to consider the Wallaceburg and Port Lambton Food Banks. A private family celebration of John’s life will take place at a later date.

20 Comments on “John Brian Innis”

  1. Sorry for your loss thoughts and prayers are with you Sue and the family
    RIP John
    Lola and Matt

  2. Sue and family, my sincere sympathies on your loss of John. Cherish all the memories. Keeping in my thoughts and prayers.

  3. Sue and family. So very sorry to learn of the passing of John “aka Vinegar”. Prayers and thoughts are with you at this difficult time. Lots of memories and good laughs. Sincerely Larry, Louise and family

  4. Sue and family you are in our thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time. Had many great times with Vinegar John & Sue. RIP VJ. Rob & Anne Marie Blake

  5. Sorry for your loss Sue. It was a pleasure to have had Vinegar John for a brother-in-law. See you on the other side bud. RIP !! Roy Stasyshyn & Susan Strong

  6. Aunt Sue and Kim. Our deepest condolences, and we will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Tom and Jan Foulon.

  7. Sending our deepest sympathies to Sue and the family. John was always a kind man and we enjoyed our conversations about farming and the weather and appreciated how he always made a point of saying hi . We will never forget the time he told us the funny “vinegar” story, and how he got his nickname. He was a man of faith and we know he is now resting in peace. God bless all of you.

  8. Sue and Family

    Our sincerest condolences….Vinegar was always an interesting man.

    Mike, Sharon and his friends at the Moose Lodge.

  9. Until we meet again my going to miss you! I’m so lucky to have a friend like you V.J..we had so many good times.never to be over us buddy.we will party again.

  10. So sorry to hear of Vinegar Johns passing…keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.
    Martin, Christine and Miria Pelletier

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