In Memory of


Jonathan “Jack” Alexander Jevons

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In the wake of Covid-19 pandemic, a Celebration of Life will be planned in the coming months. Jack's family encourages his loved ones and friends to watch this website for more information on a date and time when we can come together. Everyone is encouraged to show their support to Jack's family by leaving written tributes and condolences for the family below in the tribute section of this webpage.

Jonathan “Jack” Alexander Jevons.

10 Dec 1984 – 31 March 2020 in his 36th year.

Loving father of Virginia Ryan Marlene Kurmann (Switzerland) and remembered fondly by her mother Natascha. Beloved son of Mary Jane Culgin and Sean Ronan, David and Susan Jevons. Loved brother of Ben Jevons and his partner D’Arcy Hutchings. Lifelong friend of Jamie Weaver.  Loved by stepbrother Justin Ronan and his wife Kristine and stepsisters, Seanesta Ronan, Valerie Miller and Andrea Miller. Cherished grandson of the late Aileen and Jack Culgin, and the late Joan Heslip. Loved nephew of Barbara and the late Ted Culgin, Debbie and Chris Darling, Jennifer and Allan Burton and Charles Jevons. Jack will be deeply missed by his cousins, the Ronan family and many friends.

Our Jackie, a soul who’s flame burned hot, an adventurous courageous spirit, powerful intellect with the spirit of a thoroughbred. Those who knew Jack knew his sensitive side, his beauty, his terrific sense of humour, his challenges and they loved him.

We use the metaphor of flame to reconcile our emotions of a life cut short, nonetheless a life lived as fully as a person might. Jack had found a calling which buoyed his soul and he was happy. Teaching English to children in Morocco and quickly finding purpose and fulfillment there.

As the world today strives to cope with COVID 19, our wee family are faced with the knowledge this is what took Jack from us. We tried to bring Jack home; however, he was too ill to travel.

Our family’s grief is daunting, foreign, our hearts ache, we all hoped and prayed for a different outcome. In our grief we know we are not alone, the heart of the world is aching, we are in these troubled times together. Humanity shines forth from every corner of our tiny planet, hope is eternal.

We are grateful to The IBIS Budget Hotel for their support, especially Rashid who helped Jack so much in the last two weeks.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date.

On behalf of Jack the family suggests donations to: Sleeping Children Around the World, Canadian Mental Health Association, Simcoe Muskoka Children’s Aid or a cause you believe in. Arrangements entrusted to Rod Abrams Funeral Home, Tottenham. 905-936-3477. www.RodAbramsFuneralHome.com

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Memorial Tribute

“Jonathan “Jack” Alexander Jevons”
  1. John and Susan wrote:

    Mary Jane and Family
    Our hearts reach out to you in deepest sympathy.
    We hope you can find peace and love in the special memories you have of Jack.
    Keeping you close in our prayers.

  2. Patrick Ruffolo wrote:

    So sorry for your loss Mary Jane.

  3. Bernice Arnold wrote:

    Mary Jane, Dave, I can’t even begin to put into words on learning of Jack’s passing. The memories of childhood. Just know years of memories, seeing amazing accomplishments and dreams being fulfilled, can never be taken away. Jack will be thought of often by all those whose lives he touched.

    Our hearts and prayers are with you and all families and friends of such a wonderful young man.

    Bernice and David

  4. Nancy, Adam & Mat Larkin wrote:

    Words are never enough at times like this. Absolutely heartbroken for Jack’s family.
    Rest in Peace Jack..xo

  5. Ginny & Ivor Cathcart wrote:

    Dear Mary Jane, Dave & families, We are so very sorry for the loss of your Jack. Through this very difficult time please know we are holding you close to our hearts and in our prayers.

  6. Pat boland wrote:

    No words can make it better ,So sorry for your loss i remember him so well. So unfair.

  7. Robert and Evy Vienneau wrote:

    Condolences,so sorry for your loss.

  8. Tara Nimmo wrote:

    Dave and Susan
    I was so saddened to hear the news about Jack. I remember when I used to work for you on the 4th line. Jack and Ben were just wee guys. They used to love to play in the backyard or outfront of the shop. You could always hear them laughing. Hold on to the memories and cherish them. Lots of love Tara

  9. Tara Nimmo wrote:

    Mary Jane and Sean,
    Lots of memories of Jack and Ben when I worked for you many many years ago. So sorry you’ve had to lose your son to this terrible virus. Thinking of all of you. Lots of love Tara

  10. Hal & Madelyn Rutledge wrote:

    Dear Mary Jane, Sean, Dave, Susan and all the family
    So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts & prayers are with all of you.

  11. Bob & Pat Jackson wrote:

    Mary Jane, Dave & families
    We are very sorry for your loss.
    Cherish your memories.

  12. Bob & Pat Jackson wrote:

    Mary Jane, Dave & Families
    We are very sorry for your loss.
    Cherish your memories.

  13. J.J. Paul & Margaret Whiteside wrote:

    Mary Jane, Dave & Families,
    We extend our deepest sympathy to your family on the passing of Jack. May you find comfort in knowing that others are holding you close in their hearts during this difficult time. We wish you peace, strength, comfort and love now and in the days to come.

  14. Brett Porter wrote:

    Mary Jane, Dave, and Benny. My deepest and most heartfelt condolences! Its terrible to have such a great man taken way to early! I was touched to hear he had found his calling and was so happy that he was able to teach and touch others both intellectually, and threw human growth. I have nothing but wonderful memories of Jack and the rest of the family while we went through teenage life lesson. He will be greatly missed by all who had a chance to know him, and fondly remembered by all those who had the privilege of being touched by the flaming spirit of the wonderful Jack Jevons! My love and blessings go out to all of you! If theres anything I can do, do not hesitate to ask.!

  15. Cheryl Bergevin wrote:

    Mary Jane and Sean, Please accept our deepest sympaathy.Brent and I hope for peace and understanding for you in the future.
    Love to both.

  16. Tom henry and Adelaide campbell wrote:

    Mary Jane, Dave and Ben:
    We were shocked and saddened to hear of your loss. We have many happy memories of the younger years.
    Rest In Peace, Jack.

  17. Ryan C. Staples wrote:

    I am so sorry to learn of Jack’s passing. Whenever I look back onto the days of my childhood, my friendship with Jack has always been (and will always be) an important part in this early chapter of my life. We had a lot of fun together.

  18. Allan Burton, Jen (Jevons) Burton, Trent & Ilse Burton wrote:

    Dear Mary Jane & Dave.
    Our memories of Jack have created a sadness and void that words to comfort will fail to conquer. Jack is gone but what remains are vivid memories of times spent together as families.
    The love you created for your family gave us the kind, the gentle, the caring and compassionate spirit of Jack, and the loyal, the thoughtful, the sweet and easy nature of Ben.
    As parents, we recognize our children all to soon become adults, and their choices become their own. What we hope is that of all the things we’ve taught them, it is the importance value of how we treat others. When I see Ben, and when I remember Jack, I think as parents, how could you be more proud?
    Ben, we think if you everyday and miss you much and look forward to a time soon when we can all gather as friends and family to remember Jack.
    With love.

  19. Josie Johnson wrote:

    Mary Jane and Dave, please accept my condolences in this time of loss to your family. Your memories of Jack will sustain you in your time of grief

  20. Heather Weaver Aquin wrote:

    Mary Jane and Dave, my deepest sympathy on the loss of Jack. It is so tragic to lose such a young man. My heart goes out to you and your family, you will be in my thoughts.

  21. Mike & Jennifer Hodges wrote:

    Dave, Sue and family, We are sorry to hear of the loss of your son. Our thoughts our with you.

  22. Shirley Ross wrote:

    My sincere condolences to David,Susan and families. Cherish your memories, my thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time.
    Hugs, thoughts and much love.
    Blessings

  23. Mattias Carlsson wrote:

    My sincere condolences to David, Mary-Jane and Ben.
    In the memory of Jack, I would like to quote Swedish author Karin Alvtegen.
    “Grief also taught me that death is a reminder of life”

  24. Jean Sirr, Nancy and Bill Watson wrote:

    David and family, our sincere sympathy to each of you in your loss of Jack.

  25. Joan Thomson wrote:

    My heart aches for you, Mary Jane, over the loss of your beautiful son. My thoughts are with you and your family.

  26. Jane and John Staples wrote:

    Mary Jane, Dave and Ben,
    We share your sorrow. We remember the fun times Jack and Ryan had together.

  27. Patricia Haza, Ed Weel and Ryker wrote:

    David and family. We were shocked and saddened to hear of the passing of Jack. You are all our thoughts and we send our sincerest condolences.

  28. Janie/WILLIE Gregg wrote:

    Dear Dave and Mary Jane and your families, we we shocked and saddened to hear of Jacks passing from this terrible curse that is upon us. We remember him in Boy Scout Days, camping laughing and enjoying being kids. To grow up and find a unique calling must have been a source of pride for you all! We are thinking of you all at this time.

  29. Barbara Dydyk Hamilton and Family wrote:

    Dear Dave and Mary Jane.
    How tragic for you both. The loss of Jack is so senseless and so sad! We are thinking of you both and remembering the good times our kids shared before they went their separate ways. Jack was always such a bright and unique young man.

    Know that we are thinking of you both and wishing that there was something we could do to help ease your pain. Fondly, Barbara and family

  30. Waylon and Hellen Williamson wrote:

    Dear Dave, Mary Jane and Ben, We are so sorry to hear of Jack’s passing, our deepest condolences to all of you. I have countless memories of growing up with Jack, from being teammates at hockey to just hanging out at your place and ours, I will forever cherish these memories. Jack was one of the best guys around. Our thoughts are with all of you at this time.

  31. Ron & Linda Martin wrote:

    Although we had kind of lost contact with you and your family over the years, we share in your sorrow at this time. Better days are coming.

  32. Judy Brisson wrote:

    Mary Jane, Dave and Ben. We were saddened and shocked to learn of Jack’s passing. I will remember him as a laughing, playful boy with a big smile. Our sincere condolences to you.

  33. Juanita Shaw wrote:

    My condolences to you, Mary Jane n family. This virus has taken many before their time. Jack was doing something that he love n felt he had found his calling. Not many of us have ever had this feeling. He was the lucky one, but gone too soon. Take your memories of him n smile knowing he was loved everywhere for being himself.

  34. Russell & Jane Oldfield wrote:

    David, Mary Jane and families. Please know that you are in our prayers. We know that this is a trying time and loosing a child to this unforgiving virus must be devastating. To Jacks family our deepest sympathies.
    May he Rest In Peace.

  35. Kyle Stanley wrote:

    Jack was always the life of the party and I will always chwrish the memories we had, He will not be forgotten…REST IN PEACE JACK

  36. Randy & Donna Horan & Family wrote:

    David, Mary Jane and Families
    We are very sorry for your loss of your wonderful son, Jack
    We had the pleasure of spending time with Jack and family when he and Mark played minor hockey together. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

  37. Amie Lambert-Gaudet & Roger Gaudet wrote:

    Sincere sympathy for your loss.

  38. Clyde & Vickie Doucette wrote:

    Dave,Susan,Ben Mary Jane and Sean.Our thoughts are with you.

  39. Leonardo Fracassi wrote:

    I am so sorry for your loss. Jack was a genuine loving person and I’m am honoured to have met him at such a young age. My deepest condolences

  40. Kevin Liz Jamie Christine Richards wrote:

    We will miss Jack so much, He was such a nice Man
    May God Bless Comfort Jack’s Entire Family

  41. Janet McClelland wrote:

    Reading about young Jack’s life in Morocco reminded me of the unconditional love offered me by the Moroccan people when I lived there many years ago.Your family can be proud of the work he did, and the happiness he found in his adopted country.

  42. Rachid wrote:

    اللهم اغفر له وارحمه، وعافه ،واعف عنه ،وأكرم نُزُله ، ووسع مُدخلهُ ، واغسله بالماء والثلج والبرد ، ونقه من الخطايا كما ينقى الثوب الأبيض من الدنس ، وأبدله داراً خيراً من داره ، وأهلاً خيراً من أهله وزوجاً خيراً من زوجه، وأدخله الجنة ،وأعذه من عذاب القبر ومن عذاب النار

  43. Rachid wrote:

    اللهم اغفر له وارحمه، وعافه ،واعف عنه ،وأكرم نُزُله ، ووسع مُدخلهُ ، واغسله بالماء والثلج والبرد ، ونقه من الخطايا كما ينقى الثوب الأبيض من الدنس ، وأبدله داراً خيراً من داره ، وأهلاً خيراً من أهله وزوجاً خيراً من زوجه، وأدخله الجنة ،وأعذه من عذاب القبر ومن عذاب النار

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