To the Synard Family; I was so saddened to hear of Jerry's passing. Jerry and I grew up together in our little Newfoundland town of Parker's Cove and graduated together in 1984. I remember our bus rides home and four of us would try and squeeze into one seat to torment Jerry and even sit on him; we had quite a few laughs together. Jerry was quite funny! He was very smart and we often times turned to him for help with school work. It's been a few years ago since I last saw him but I know that he enjoyed his visits home with his family! Fly high with the angels Jerry - until we meet again my friend.
Susie and Charlie Fewer
To the Synard Family,
So sorry to hear about Jerry's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time. We were school mates and part of a small group of 13 to graduate from high school in 1984. Jerry was kind, gentle and very smart and although we hadn't been in touch in years , I remember him with the fondest memories.
Jerry would always bring a smile to every one on the second floor at Canadian Pacific, It was only last week he meet my son for the first time during bring your child to work day and he treated him like Gold. what an awesome caring guy. I am missing you all ready my dear friend.
Erlita, Rebecca, Sarah and Bella , Colleen and I are having a hard time with the sad news. Our hearts, thought and prayers go out to you during this time. Many memories of wonderful times fill the sadness that we have and hope that as time moves forward that sadness is distilled with those wonderful past memories
It is with a great sadness that I learned about the passing of Jerry at the early age of 52 on November 7, 2017.
Jerry was a key member of my team at CP during numerous years. We were talking almost daily, especially early mornings, despite the distance and the time zone difference. Jerry was truly passionate about his work, always looking for ways to improve our processes and ready to share his ideas and knowledge with other team members.
Jerry was also passionate about his family and personal activities.
My thoughts are with his wife and three daughters at this most difficult time and I am offering them my sincere condolences.