I knew him as Wayne Dillon we grew up together in Catonsville we were neighbors he had a crush on me at 12, unknown to me til year later,he was a very special person
I'm in shock... I found this via Google; I was wondering where my long-lost-cousin Wayne was and what he was doing in life.
~ Andrew Gerald (Wayne's father was my mother's brother)
R.I..P my friend. You will always be missed.
You will be missed, but you will never be forgotten. God Bless you and thank you for your service to the Baltimore Police Department - Your brothers and sisters of the BPD
Kenny Driscoll Retired Det. www.BaltimoreCityPoliceHistory.com
Patti,sorry to hear of John's passing.We share happy but brief memories of our new lives at Cedar Ridge. May your happy memories of life with John support you through difficult times.
Hi Patty, I just Heard about John I'm So sorry he was a Great Man and He will be missed. If there is anything we can do
please call 239-810-4821 We will keep you in our thoughts and Prayers.
I was very sorry to hear of Wayne's
recent passing. I was a 1966 graduate of Catonsville High. Wanye was a great friend and even though I have not seen him in many years, the memories of those days with Wayne and our friends will always bring a smile to my face. They were some fun times.
John was always so friendly & positive..I remember talking to him @ Cedar Ridge In MD... he will truly be missed..My prayers to you Patty for some comfort in your heart..
I can't begin to tell you how much you will be missed by all of us that knew you, worked with you and cared deeply for you. Enjoy your place in heaven buddy.
I'm so sorry for the loss of your dear husband John. Please keep his memory in your heart and in time your pain will be lessened. God Bless & give you strength and peace at this time of sorrow.
Love, your cousin Mary
I will mis John very much. He became a good friend and we had many great discussions about our lives and similarities between the two. Our prayers go with you at this time.
Joe Iardella and wife Jeanne. Lakeside
I can't begin to tell you how much you will be missed by all of us who knew you, worked with you, and cared deeply for you. Enjoy your place in heaven buddy.
Sorry for your loss. Retired Officer Richard Thompson, Jr. Many prayers and sympathies to your entire family.
Our prayers are with you Patty. We had so many great times at the Café and many of those were talking about how lucky we were to have special women in our lives. The Cherokees have a belief, " We are not really dead until the last person forgets us." John has a long way to go before he will ever be forgotten. By the way, he was a handsome groom and you were a very beautiful bride.
Randy and Patty Kington
My prayers and hugs are with you and your family as you go through this difficult time.
Truly sorry to read about John's passing . John and I were partners in the early 70's working sector 3 Eastern District BPD. Always enjoy John's company, his distinct laughter, funny stories and his fantastic knowledge. Great Guy. RIP in Arlington. Bill Bertazon Ret. BPD
Patty, Brian and I are heartbroken for you and for John. So happy to have met him and spent time together, although not enough. We are here for you. Love, Susan and Brian Liebler, Veronawalk, Naples, Fl
Our memories of all the fun times at Cedar Ridge are bubbling over.
We had such fun - and shared many laughs and good times. My prayers are with you Patty and my heart goes out to you.
Patty, God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Rose (Rosie Shomock) Cunningham
Patty - My heart goes out to you during this difficult time. Please let me know if there is anything I can do for you.
Patty...Neil and I will always cherish the times spent with you and John...our boat trip on the creek...movie nights...bird time...Texas...Billy Bob's and Tracy's wedding...and Florida times outside and too much to mention. We love you and will always be there for you... We will deeply miss him.