On July 10, 2007, the Jagnuts lost a great friend.

has been a Jagnut for several years, and loved his '73 TR6.

Often John would show up at Starbuck's for coffee with classical music blaring,
trying to edjimikate us heathens into embracing classical music.
John always had a great sense of humour when it came to old British cars.

Perhaps you can recall when John tried to squeeze his tall frame into Jim's XK120;
not a pretty sight!

GRIFFITHS - John Roger, born 5 March 1948 at Southampton, England, passed away on Tuesday, July 10, 2007. Raised in Montreal, John began his career in music when he joined the RCMP band in 1967. He met his future bride, Nadine, in 1968, during his time at the barracks in Regina. By 1977 he had graduated with a Master's of Fine Arts from the University of Michigan. John, and his wife Nadine, eventually settled in Regina. He played in the Regina Symphony Orchestra for twenty-two years, during which time he was also a professor of music at the University of Regina. His family intends to establish a scholarship in John's name. John is survived by his two children, Kelly and Ryan, his wife Nadine, brother Peter (Judy), and sister Patricia Land.