John R. Williams

John R. Williams

October 03, 1952 - March 11, 2015

John R. Williams

October 03, 1952 - March 11, 2015


John R. Williams lives in , passed away at the age of 62.
Born on October 03, 1952 and passed away on March 11, 2015.

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9 responses to John R. Williams

  1. Henk & Corry says:

    Dear Arlene, we are very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with you and your family during these difficult and sad times. We met John at the races and since then we kept in contact. We knew him as a very warm, kind and extraordinary man. We will miss him.

    Henk & Corry van Vliet

  2. Dear Arlene and family, please accept our condolences from all of us at SoloPower over your recent and tragic loss. John was family to us and was also one of the most dedicated, effective and loyal people that I have had the privilege of working with. I knew John for more than ten years and he was always a good friend. He was so proud of Catherine and Patrick and spoke of them often during our travels together.

    Please also find below messages and memories of John from his colleagues and customers around the world.

    Most sincerely,

    Rob Campbell

    “It is hard to comprehend when someone so good and positive is now gone. John Williams was an instant friend to anyone he met – honest, ethical, engaging and fun. Just a great guy. Very saddened by this but he would want us to press on with a cause he considered important. And we will endeavor to do our best in his memory.”

    “For many reasons I feel very saddened by his loss. He was always so positive and upbeat. I am sure everyone felt an instant personal connection with him, as I did. And I know how close the both of you were. You have my deepest condolences.

    I cannot imagine the devastation of his loss for his family. Please let them know how important he was to all of us, and extend our heartfelt sympathies.”

    “John was such a straightforward and solid man, I could feel it. I am so sorry for your loss and obviously for his family and his loved one.”

    “I cannot find any words but remember that John was so excited to see the attractive application of SoloPower products. At the team dinner, he made a nice speech and we are all confident of the success.

    He is an exceptionally nice person and I am very sorry not to be able to help his vacation in Japan, which we talked over lunch.

    I do not know the right English but just wanted to share my feeling.”

  3. John was a great man and fun to work with over the years. He was so innovative, kind and uplifting. When he came to our office, he brought a fresh breeze and a extra splash of sunlight. Those energies that he stirred up here will endure because of John. He will be greatly missed. My sincerest apologies to all family members and close friends. May you find some comfort in these tough times.

    – Tyler Kanczuzewski, Inovateus Solar

  4. John was a great friend to all of us here at Inovateus Solar. We are a close knit family run business and John was a big part of our family. John was one of the great people of the solar industry. We will always have fond memories of our friend and colleague. His family is in our prayers.

    Inovateus Solar

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