Honoring our Lost Gunns

- Never Forgotten-


Clan Gunn Society of North America

This is a new edition to our website to honor Gunns who have passed.

It will be updated when information has been recieved on a lost loved one who was a Clan Gunn Member.

Please send information of a lost love one to  Heather Smith  and Victoria Tillotson.  

If there is any issue or question, please notify webmaster, jän Franz.

We love our Gunn family and  they are never, ever forgotten!

A memorial message posted by Ted Gunn,

Co-Commissioner of the Eastern Canada Branch of CGSNA

John Coburn Robison of Fredericton NB in Canada died on September 26, 2018 at the age 77, after a battle with metastatic melanoma.

I knew that John was not well and since I had not heard from him in several months, I checked the obituary notices for Fredericton in August and learned the sad news of his death. Louise and I extended our belated condolences to his wife Brenda (Jones) and family.

We first met John at the 2011 New Brunswick Highland Games in Fredericton and he became a member of our Eastern Canada Branch of CGSNA. On subsequent occasions that we hosted a Clan Gunn tent at the Fredericton event, he came to see us and we often exchanged emails.

John was born on a farm in New Brunswick, attended Mount Allison U. and New Brunswick U. where he graduated in 1966 with a degree in Business. For 22 years, he severed as Fredericton's first City Administrator and then moved on to continue his career of public service as the City Manager in three different Ontario municipalities.

John was an active person who had many interests, so after retirement from a career of public service, he became an immigration consultant and helped many people to start new lives as Canadian citizens.  

He was known for his love of family and community and he always had a passion for gardening.

John Robison was an inspiration to all who knew him - he will be missed.