John and Maria ~ I'm sorry for the loss of your Dad, John. I know you spent years watching over him and caring for him. I'm really sorry I could not make calling hours; I had to work. I alerted Trina to make sure she was aware.
I hope you both are well, and are doing ok. I'm totally overdue to come out and visit. I hope this can happen sometime, this winter.
To family of Jack: I was next door neighbor of devoes on fellows ave, syracuse. I knew his parents- floyd &sue and brother Howard.. My Mother loved Sue and I looked up to the boys. I was only 4 yrs old -Jack was in nottingham. They were a wonderful family -antique collectors and had many cats. Floyd loved to work in his basement shop while I often watched. Im now 80 but the memory of Jack will be with me always- Hall Groat Sr
I remember both Jack and Josephine with great affection just like it was yesterday. My sincere condolences to Josephine and God Bless your family. Bob Harriger, Williamsburg, VA
Diane, John, and Dorothy, sincere sympathy on the loss of your father, and to Chris, who I once worked with. You were a fine family of Marcellus while we were growing up.
To Josephine and all the family and friends of John, I have met very few men that are as honorable as John DeVoe. A man who served his country in WWll. A devoted husband and father and grandfather and great grandfather. A man of faith. The thing that made the greatest impression on me about John was watching him come to church meetings. Some may not be so impressed by that. But when you consider that it took all of his strength to get to the meetings; you can see his devotion to his Lord and savior Jesus Christ. John had a way of making everyone around him feel that they mattered. This is a great testament to anyones memory. John's eternal spirit has gone to be with Jesus, but his testimony will always stay with us. Thank you Lord Jesus for the life of John DeVoe! Josephine and family - may God grant you his peace both now and always. A fellow servant of Jesus - Peter W. Vinette