Dearest Pam & Family...We are so saddened by Jack's passing. He was such a good, kind, and generous man - and we will never forget his zest for singing with us in The Toronto Choristers - and his awesome theatre trips with the RTO to Stratford, Niagara- on- the- Lake, and St. Jacob's. We will miss him and his humour, but we will always cherish the good memories.
May he rest in eternal peace as he joins the celestial choir with his strong bass voice,
John & Anita Borovilos
We will miss your always friendly smile and joyful but ceremoniously, carrying in of the Haggis, guest of honour at Burns' Nights. - Carmen, Fallingbrook
You probably don't remember me but I met you on some of the trips for teachers that Jack organized. I knew him through our long association with the Toronto Choristers. We all liked Jack's cheerful friendly manner. I am sorry to hear of his death and I want you to know that I am thinking of you and your family. My condolences to all of you.
I was saddened to hear of your Dad’s passing. My thoughts are with you and your family. Beth
Pam and family,
My sincere sympathy to you. Jack will be sorely missed by all.
I met Jack and then Pam through the wonderful RTO theatre trips which he organized so perfectly for us. Every detail was taken care of and all we needed to do was get on the bus in the morning. So many wonderful times were had.
Jack was a kind, sincere and generous of spirit man whose family meant everything to him. His love of music and being a Chorister member brought much delight to the audience.
I hope the knowledge of how much Jack was respected in the education community and how highly he was thought of will bring you some comfort.