I worked with John in inspection department at Raytheon/Hawker. He was a great guy to work with. And yes he could talk! He would bring deep fried Turkey to our pot lucks and they were always good. Will be missed. God Bless.
Although I do now know any of you I have been privileged to know and fellowship with John for more than 20 years at Indian Hills.
My sincere condolences to each of you. John knew my dear wife Betty also and she passed in 2010. Thankfully, and by his grace, we know where their spirits now reside. Yes, they have been promoted.
Let yourselves be comforted and encouraged by His sweet Spirit.
Dr. Milton Harbuck
PawPaw, how could I ever of asked for a better grandfather. You are truly the most loving man an will be missed by many many people. I'm gonna miss my holiday letters you sent the Sunday calls an the visits from Arkansas. You were the best PawPaw in the world I'm gonna miss them kisses on the forehead the tight hugs. Rest in Peace now PawPaw John you're in paradise an I'll see you again. Love, Grand Daughter Brittany
I had the great opportunity of working with John for 15 years. He would visit sometimes to just chat in our welding department at Hawker Beechcraft just because. He was a kind man and we'll be missed. Good Bless him and his family.
Being a former co-worker of John's, I would like to share that he was a very nice guy and good friend. I've missed him since I left the company as I'm sure his family will miss him now.