John David Bannatyne

24-Oct-1935 - 27-May-2020

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Lovingly Remembered


BANNATYNE, John David
October 24, 1935 – May 27, 2020

Our family lost one of our most loved and trusted members on Saturday, May 27, 2020, John David Bannatyne.

John was the first member of his family to receive a post-secondary education from the University of Houston where he obtained a B.B.A. degree. He worked hard throughout his life providing for his family and enjoyed his work for it was meaningful part of his life. John was employed with the Bank of Montreal and R3 Resources throughout his career. John was loved by all of his close and extended family and numerous friends.

John is survived by his wife Judy K. Bannatyne and their two sons Gavin (Chris) Bannatyne and David (Debi) Bannatyne; as well as his grandchildren Rachel, Julia, William, Mack, Cooper, and Carson. John is also survived by one sister Dorothy Morrison and her husband Graydon and their family. He was predeceased by his parents John and Lucille Bannatyne.

A private Funeral Service will be held by invitation only on Friday, June 12, 2020. Please share your stories of remembrance at www.edenbrookcemetery.ca. A Celebration of John’s life will be held at a later date once gathering restrictions are lifted. Those wishing to make memorial donations in John’s memory please forward to, Alzheimer Society of Calgary (alzheimercalgary.ca).


Posted by Marianne Evashuk | 20-Jun-2020

My deepest condolences to the family of John. I had the pleasure of knowing John at BMO in Calgary for many years. He was a wonderful man and a true gentleman. I am truly blessed to have known him and will miss his smiles and many stories. Rest In Peace John! ❤️

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Posted by roger johnson | 10-Jun-2020

Dear Judy and Family, so sorry to hear about the passing of John. will never forget the good times we had away back when! The Golf games were good too. John was always happy and had a good joke to tell every time we met. we always enjoyed a good Scotch together. Keep well and let me know where you living these days. Our condolences, Maureen and Roger

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