Bill and family, I am so sorry to hear about your loss. My prayers to you and your family.
I met John in the 80s and not for long. The closest I ever lived to him was Chicago. But we really never really drifted apart. I had not seen him for 19 years until last May. He was a great and inspirational guy from the day I met him until last Dec 26, when I last talked to him on the phone. Thank you all very much for your memories and remarks. And God Bless Cathy, Rachel, Taylor. Victoria and Brandon.
Four weeks ago you left this world for the majestic home of your Father. We miss your smile and loving spirit more than I can say. With God's strength and guidance we are all learning to live in a world without you. You would be so proud of Catie and Rachel. I love you.
I am so sad to hear about John's passing. I have known John for many years. I have had many great conversations with him . He was truly an inspiration to many. He had a smile that would light up the room when he entered.He had the most wonderful spirit and a heart of gold. He will be greatly missed . I am glad I had the honor of his friendship for many years and I will Cherish the great memories and the good conversations we had.May the angels in heaven wrap thier loving arms around him and his family . GOD I Pray that you keep John's Family in your loving care as they go through this loss.. You are gone now John but you will never be forgotten. You are and forever will be the RAY OF SUNSHINE, Keep smiling my friend May You REST IN PEACE.. I Love you and will miss you very much.
John you were always a friend and a person who was always there to listen.You were also the best "rep" that I ever had the pleasure to work with-in all areas. I know you are in a better place. You will be missed and I will miss you.
John has made an impact on many lives...I feel blessed to have known him. Wendy Lee Hanson, Woodbury '82
I want to express my condolences to the entire family for the loss of John. I knew him from our meetings and can attest to the fact that he was a classy guy. We miss him and wish the family the very best as they go forward.
My sympathy goes out to John's family and friends. John was really a good guy and he always made me smile. I'm glad I was able to see him at our class reunion last summer. His positive outlook that evening continues to inspire me.
Our deepest sympathy to the family.
May John rest in peace and may the perpetual light shine upon him.
Karen and Bill Decker
You have my sympathies. I am Mark and Ruthie's niece, Kelly Smith Rudd. I met John camping with Uncle Mark and time vacationing in Arizona. He attended my little sister Shelly's funeral after she passed away from cancer two and a half years ago. He wanted to see the farm and the countryside where we grew up. He said "This is truly amazing and God's special place."
I wanted to send a message of prayers to John's family. Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. John provided that smile and big picture of what was important in life. I truly believe that Shelly and John are now in God's special place.
All my thoughts and prayers,
So sorry for your loss. I had the pleasure of working with John at Fireside and have some wonderful memories. As you can tell he touched the lives of many people in a positive way. Take comfort in knowing that.
Kathy and family,
I'm Ruthie's daughter and have known John for many years. It is comforting to know how much he loved the Lord throughout his life, and is in the arms of his Savior. He was so good to my kids when they would visit. In a short time, he made a huge impact in their lives.
I am sorry for your loss. On behalf of the all of us -- Linda, Jake, Nick and Ashley -- our thoughts and prayers are with you, Rachel and your family.
John had a special light, that will continue to reflect from those who knew him.
I worked with John many, many years ago at Fireside Corner. I will always remember his smile and his happy go lucky attitude, and his willingness to help out. I am so sorry for your loss, and keep you all in my thoughts and prayers.
Godspeed John. you left us too soon my friend. Till we meet again. Thoughts and prayers to your family may they remember all those good times they shared with you.
So sorry for your loss...
we sure will miss Johnny too.
What a great guy and a great friend!
John was a special guy who had a great smile and so much optimism and personality. He was fun to work with and will be missed greatly. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Dan & Kay Shimek
My thoughts go out to you,Cathy. Though John's time was cut far too short, your love and admiration will live on.
Rachel and Family,
I am so very sorry for your loss. Wishing you comfort and peace in this time of sadness.
New Hope YMCA
We have fond memories of the Stoltzmann
family at Gethsemane. They were all a blessing. May God give all of you his strength.
Ken Knutson Greeley, Co.
Cathy, So sorry to hear this news. His time here was way to short. Everybody here is thinking about you. May God be with you as you go through this.
My husband,John, is Tom and Elraine's fourth son. We heard of your John's passing and wanted to let you know you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult season. Love from: John, Fayth, Stefan, Levi and Naomi Brennan
John's dad was my Sunday school teacher at Gethsemane many years ago. I've looked up to him ever since. He taught us more by by who he was than what he said.
God Bless your family,
Our deepest sympathies to you and your Family in your time of loss. Hugs and Prayers to you.
Our thoughts, prayers and sincere sympathy go out to the Stoltzmann family. We knew them while we were members of Gethsemane Lutheran Church, and we remember that infectious smile of John's (as well as Dave's). God's blessings to all.
Dearest Loved ones of John, Oh how he loved all of you. I have had John in my heart since he was a second grader. John was one of the most gentle people I have known. Always such a big smile and had a knack of making the person he was talking to feel like they were the most important person in ghe world. I am better off for having known him. I will truly miss hem. May our God give you all peace for your nights and strength for your days ahead.
Our thoughts & prayers are with you and your family.
Kevin & Sandy Jerzak
John will be greatly missed. He was a true sweetheart. We will keep your family in our prayers.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Our deepest sympathies to the Stoltzmann family. We are so sorry for your loss. May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.
I love you, John! Say hi to all of our relatives from me <3, especially my mom.
Our relationship with the Allen Stoltzmann family goes back to 1958 when I came to teach at Gethsemane. Allen and Norma befriended us newlyweds as we moved in down the street from them. I was blessed to teach most of the boys, and coach "beginners' basketball". We left for Hong Kong in 1964 when John must have been a baby, so we were not blessed to know him, but the Stoltzmann family has a very warm spot in our hearts. It's a spot that is hurting right now as we feel the pain of your loss. We pray peace for each of you at this trying time....peace in Jesus, the Prince of Peace.
Bob&Doris Dickhudt,David,Janet,Karen, Daryl&Daniel
Our deepest sympathies go out to you and your whole family Cathy-
Brian & I just learned of the sad news and we are so very sorry.
John will be deeply missed by everyone who had the opportunity of knowing him. His incredible smile would always light up a room.
Know that we are keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers. May you find comfort & strength from all those whose lives you all have touched.
Love is eternal!
Tammy & Brian
To Stoltzmann family, I so regret your loss...I further regret that so many others will not be granted, the opportunity to experince Johns infectious smile, his laugh and unique ability to always lift others spirits. Remembering him fondly, TD.
My thoughts are with you and your family.
LeeAnn V Charest
I had the pleasure of working with John at Automatic / Summit Home Center. He truly was one of the nicest guys anyone could ever meet, and he will be missed greatly. Thoughts and prayers are with the Stoltzmann family through this difficult time.
Our deepest sympathy to the Stoltzmann family. We remember you from Gethsemane Lutheran Church.May God bless you and give you peace.
To the Stoltzmann family all of my thoughts and prayers I send your way. Cathy, John will all be remembered thru his contagious smile and humor. To you and your family many thoughts and hugs I send your way. Mary Jo
I have many fond memories of John's soft nature and beautiful smile in the years growing up together at Gethsemane and Walther. He was a wonderful classmate and friend, and I am sad to learn of his passing. He is greatly missed. My sincerest sympathies to the Stoltzmann's.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We will miss how positive John was, and how he made us smile.
Our sympathy goes out to the Stoltzmann family for the loss of John. We will always remember his smile and his contagious attitude. He left you all too soon but is now comfortable in the presence of the Lord.
I will never forget your smile and love. John Stoltzmann your a first class guy and someone I try to emulate every day. Rest in peace, love the Hamilton Family
It has been a very long time since John played softball for Gethsemane Lutheran. We have many fond memories of those days. Keeping all of John's family in our prayers.
May you rest in Peace John, and know that everyone you touched in your life had a smile on their face in knowing you. May we all be able to face life and its challenges the way you have my friend. we will catch up one day.
All My best to your wonderful Family.
Woodbury class of 1982 will miss you!
You are in our thoughts and prayers.
My deepest sympathies Stoltzmann family....I am so sorry for this loss...glad he is no longer suffering, but he left this world too soon....my dearest Cathy, much love and hugs
Missed but never forgotten. With love from the Ryan family.