Jon Pindar

August 10, 1973 - March 28, 2021

     With a sense of sadness we announce the unexpected death of Jon Pindar on Sunday March 28, 2021. 

Cherished husband of Lisa Kennedy.  Loving Dad of Sarah and Will.  Beloved son of Barb Morin and Ivan (Linda) Pindar, and son-in-law of Judy and Paul Kennedy of Riverview N.B.  Dear brother of Robert Morin, William Tunks, Kaysha Pindar, Daelyn Pindar, Susy McKenzie, Patty Pindar, Tracy Beaul, and Cindy Mahoney. 

A railroad enthusiast Jon loved sharing his passion with his children.  He will be remembered and missed by his friends, his coworkers at Voyago in Woodstock and Tillsonburg, and all of his regular passengers. 

Cremation has taken place.  A Celebration of Life will be planned for a later date.  Memorial donations to the Simcoe & District Humane Society are appreciated and may be made directly, or by cheque through Wareing Cremation Services, 346 Simcoe St., Tillsonburg, Ont. N4G 2J8 (519-409-5575) entrusted with final arrangements.  Your messages of condolence and remembrance may be shared at

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  • This is so heartbreaking to hear.

    Lisa, Sarah, and Will, he sure did love you three with so much passion and pride.

    Thinking of you,


  • Jon’s sudden passing has been a tremendous shock to us all. He was the guy to go to when you needed help and to me he was a good friend to have around. His new position in Tillsonburg brought out more drive and determination to make things better. We will strive to build upon your legacy Jon. From myself and everyone at Voyago Tillsonburg and Woodstock bases, you may gone but we most certainly will never forget you. Rest now!

    Rob Williamson
  • So sorry to hear the sad news. Jon was fun to work with and always so proud when talking about his family. His family was everything to him.
    I will always remember the day I trained him for his bus licence, the windmill blowing down the highway faster then we could drive.

    Brenda Newcombe
  • With deepest sympathy on the loss of Jon. Your in my prayers and thoughts. May his precious memories bring you comfort. May he rest in peace .Love Aunt Lillian

    Lillan Kennedy
  • My deepest condolences on the loss of Jon. May his memories and times you shared together bring comfort and healing So very sorry for you loss My thoughts and prayers are with you Lisa and family love ❤️ Aunt Mary

  • To Lisa & Family
    Sincere condolences to Jon’s family. He is gone to soon.
    “We are so VERY Saddened to lose him
    But so VERY blessed to have had him”

    Bob & Brenda

    Brenda & Bob Robichaud
  • Dear Ivan and family we send our deepest sympathy for your loss of your son.

    Bob and Darlene Kirchner
  • I learned much from Jon at Elgin Mall, St. Thomas while we worked on the Larry Ede ‘N’ scale collection from Thunder Bay. I cherish the time we spent, and the locomotives and train cars that Jon worked on with me and I have in my collection. I have many memories to save and cherish because Jon was my friend.
    Don Shaw

    Don shaw
  • I was very sad to hear about Jon’s passing he always made my rides on voyago very entertaining and enjoyable I will miss his easy going manner

    Pam Hogben
  • Sorry for your loss. Jon will missed by his family and friends.

    Walter Pfefferle
  • Jon was oneof my favorite Para transit drivers I will miss him and the way I was treated RIP my friend

    Delores Hogben
  • I’m so sorry to hear this news. I was just getting to know Jon through Scouts, he was a real pleasure to have at camp. Condolences to Will and to all of you.

    Karen Franklin - Woodstock Scouts
  • My deepest condolences to the family ❤️

    Patricia Carpenter

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