Dearest Marcia, Steve, Amy, Lauren and Adam,
I can't imagine there was anyone in Jon's life who wasn't a better person for that simple fact. Jon had a natural way of putting people at ease, of making them feel welcome and important. A time I'll never forget is once when we were visiting with you in Williamston. You had taken us to dinner, and the bill arrived on a plastic tray. I commented on how much I liked the tray. When we left, Jon handed the tray to me as a gift. Of course he didn't steal it. He went to management and convinced them to give him one. I still have that tray. I think the name on it is Pistachio's, but it has worn down over the years. We didn't get to spend a great deal of time together, but when we did it was always fun. Jon had the ability to deal with the trials of his life with a good deal of grace, earning the respect and admiration of many. He was a true gentleman and a perfect brother-in-law.
Marcia: I have fond memories of John and all the great work he did with troubled kids. May he rest in peace!
Amy, Steve, Lauren, Adam & family, So sorry for your loss! We're thinking of you during this sad and difficult time! Please let us know if there is anything we can do. Love & prayers, the Argenziano Family
So very sorry for your loss. Jon was a very dear friend of my husband JD. I'm sure they are shooting trap in heaven today :) You are all in my prayers!
Marcia,Steve and family we were so sorry to hear about the loss of Jon. We have many fun memories of Jon. Sorry we are unable to be with you at this time our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Pattie & Joe Wieber