Guest Book for John Gilbert McBee

Provided by Pendleton Pioneer Chapel, Folsom-Bishop

Posted by: Shelly Burton
Fri August 30, 2019

LINGERING SUNSET was sent by Shelly Burton.

To the McBee Family. Our Deepest Sympathy. From the Mitel Family.

 

 
Posted by: Greg Jones
Fri August 30, 2019

ELEGANCE AND SIMPLICITY STANDING SPRAY was sent by Greg Jones DMD.

With deepest sympathies from Eastern Oregon Dental Society

 

 
Posted by: Steve Hess
Sun September 01, 2019
My Heartfelt Sympathy to the McBee family. May you find Strength, Comfort & Peace.
From one of his former child patients - Steve Hess (Portland, OR).
 

 
Posted by: Steve Hess
Sun September 01, 2019
With Heartfelt Sympathy to the McBee Family. May you find Strength, Comfort & Peace.
From a former child patient - Steve Hess (Portland, OR)
 

 
Posted by: Jan
Tue September 03, 2019
Please accept my heartfelt sympathy to all the McBee family.. What a wonderful kind man that has done so much for our community and was willing to do more..Always had a smile and handshake where you would meet .. Carolyn please always know you are thought of at this time and much love to you and a hug as well.  
My love to all,
Jan Leonard
 

 
Posted by: John Pedro
Tue September 03, 2019
Dr. John was a fine dentist and citizen of Pendleton.  His father was also a great Dr. and our family caregiver.  They will always be fondly remembered.
 

 
Posted by: Kalim
Wed September 04, 2019
My Heartfelt Sympathy to the McBee family. May you find Strength, Comfort & Peace.
 

 
Posted by: Bobbi (Lilly) McQuinn
Wed September 04, 2019
I must tell you (in brief) a story.  Dr. McBee met me as a toddler.  The enamel was dislodged from my front permanent teeth due to an auto accident.  Thus my permanents had no protection and rapidly declined.  I spent so many hours in "his" chair.  Memories of his tummy growling, the cat clock and the plaster snow white & seven dwarfs he gave me to pain, my first of many temporary retainer/bridges, are rapidly going thru my thoughts.  The view of the trees from the window, his laughter and many long conversations with my mother.  My favorite memory which I still tell from time to time:  Another tooth needed to be extracted, it was a weekend, my Dad and Dr. McBee wanted to watch some boxing match on tv, we lived 20 miles away from town so Dad drove to Pendleton to watch the match at grandma's because Dr. McBee had agreed to extract the tooth immediately following that special program.  As a child (10yrs), I thought it was horrible.  Now looking back, smiling with appreciation of all that he did for me with gentle hands and kindness, I'm full of gratitude.  There must be a reason that I found this today for I've been out of the area for many many years.  I hope you find some humor in my story during these hard days.  The circle of life can be sad and difficult, but the memories of this generous  man makes it a touch bit easier for me.
 

 
Posted by: Lora R Franks
Thu September 05, 2019
Dr. McBee was my first dentist, I will always remember his smile and his sense of humor.  He was a great man, and will be missed.  My condolences to the McBee family, I am so sorry for your loss.
 

 
Posted by: Ludel Huston
Mon September 16, 2019

A GARDEN PATH was sent by Bill and Ludel Huston.

With Deepest Condolences for the loss of your Husband and Dad. We are truly appreciative of Dr. McBee's and your family's courage and genorosity of spirit as life events took their course. Sincerely, Bill and Ludel Huston Bill and Ludel Huston