I learned much about life from you;
You were the first to teach me "pull my finger"
Followed very closely by your father!
You taught me to respect my elders, my parents and my teachers.
You taught me that adversity is just part of life, (Adapt, Improvise and overcome)
You taught me courage during your bypass surgery, your strength amazed and left an indelible impression.
Lastly you taught me to be happy is to live my life by my rules, and the strength of my convictions, just as you lived your life.
You will be missed, but never forgotton.
Be at peace, my father, my brother Marine "Semper Fi"
We will miss u beyond words.
Love. Roe, RJ and Alex
In loving memory Dear Uncle John...from "your favorite niece" aka your only niece as I fondly remember your words since I was a little girl..give my love to Grandpa Louie and Grandma Julie up there in Heaven.
TO THE SIMONINI FAMILY, WORDS CANNOT EXPRESS THE SADNESS OF HEARING THE PASSING OF JOHN. I BOWL IN A LEAGUE SPONSERED BY THE HOSPITAL, AND EVERY TIME JOHN SEES ME IN THE HALLWAY, WE GET TO TALKING ABOUT BOWLING. JOHN WILL SURELY BE MISSED. "WEEPING MAY ENDUE FOR A NIGHT, BUT JOY COMETH IN THE MORNING" PSALM 30:5
ROLAND "BO" JAMES
RECEIVING COORDINATOR RWJUHR
Our sincere condolences to the Simonini Family. John was a valued member of our volunteer family at RWJ Rahway with over 14,000 hours of service. We will miss his smile and wit. We all thought of John at our volunteer dinner on Thursday and honored him with a moment of silence. Thank you John for all that you did for the hospital.
HR Coordinator/ Volunteer Services
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Rahway