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Johannes (John) Luksepp

November 29, 1925 - January 11, 2013


Juhan was born in Estonia and died in Powell River General Hospital. During World War II, at age 15, he became a soldier resisting Russian occupation and fighting his way through Poland, Germany and Belgium before being transferred to England. There he met and married Marta, and with her two children, immigrated to Canada in 1957, settling in Powell River, where “Popeye” became an employee of the mill.

Juhan was predeceased by his beloved wife Marta and will be remembered by stepdaughters Mai Clark and Tiiu Noukas (Lance Groner), granddaughters Tracy Beveridge and Melissa Bonn and their families. Also missing him is his sister Laine Soesoo who lives in Estonia with her family.

Juhan was a cat lover, rock hound, target shooter, fisher and gardener.


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