Too many memories to even begin as I think of one 100 more take their place. I will miss you brother
I haven't seen John since 1998, but he was such a great man!! I met him while on the road in St. Louis Missouri. He always had a smile on his face and knew how to make everyone laugh. RIP John. My deepest sympathies to his family. You are always in my prayers! Out of sight but never out of mind! Xoxo
John and worked together in Iraq and were friends from the get go, we both loved the longhorns and the Cowboys and had some great laughs. I will never forget you brother. R.I.P.
Eddie Garcia, Seabrook TX.
I remember a time when I was asked to watch the children for Barbara an Bill and on Sunday morning, John wanted to drive us to church. So I said o.k. As we got up to the corner (at a stop sign), John slowed a little and went around the corner. I told him he was supposed to come to a full stop. He responded with "Dad doesn't stop".
Oddball, you were one of a kind, that's why your handle fit so well!
I read somewhere, "the end of war comes only for the dead", and I know you were still fighting! Your battle is over brother, may you rest in peace until we are all together again! I know in my heart you will be with your family in heaven the next time I see you! May God keep you and your loved ones!
Via con Dio's brother,