John was the consummate professional, the very definition of a gentleman, and an absolute pleasure to work with and learn from. God bless you, John, and we'll miss you!
I worked with John years ago at Penton and he was a great colleague and a gentleman. He was extremely knowledgeable and always willing to help. One of my favorite memories of John was his desk - always piled so high with reference materials there was barely room to work. He will surely be missed by all who knew him.
John was always one of my favorite people at Penton when I worked there. He was knowledgeable and always willing to help. Plus he was a true gentleman. One of my best memories of John was his desk, stacked so high with reference materials that there was barely room to work. He will truly be missed by all who knew him.
I was fortunate to be a member of the IndustryWeek magazine staff for several years during John's tenure. John was a person I looked up to and respected a great deal along with the other staff members. My condolences.
I had the pleasure of working with John on IndustryWeek - but had left Penton a number of years ago. I remember him to be a class-act; wonderfully talented, charming, and very gracious as a fellow colleague.
With my deepest sympathies on his passing.
I knew John as a kind and gentle man and a journalist with superior command of his subject matter and deep care for how it was covered. He set an example for many, and was a trusted source of many, many more. I'm sorry to hear of his passing, and send my heartfelt wishes to his family.
John was a kind man who always had an interesting story to tell. In the nearly 10 years I worked with him at IndustryWeek, I came to know him as a constant source of wisdom and professional dedication.
Such good memories of working with John. He was just someone you would never forget--so delightful, charming, personable, and very witty. I am sorry for your loss, but know that he made a wonderful impression on so many.
I am going to miss his humor and his charm, but I will always have the memory of his greeting playing in my mind: John Teresko, here. He was a great man, editor and friend. When I left IndustryWeek he asked that I call him every once in while just so he could hear my laugh. . . I will send a few obnoxious cackles your way. Peace xoxo
I am very sorry to hear about John's passing. I learned a lot from John while working with him at IndustryWeek. He was one of the warmest, friendliest people I've ever met and had great sense of humor. He will be missed.
John, ever the gentleman, lives on in the many words he wrote and the many acts of kindness he performed. It was a privilege to be a colleague of his for many years and always to learn from him.
Sorry to hear of John's passing. We worked together at Penton.
I admired John greatly. John loved to learn, and to share his knowledge. He had great wit and sophistication. He was a highly respected professional, and a considerate friend.
My condolences to the family of John. It was an honor to have worked with John for four years at IndustryWeek magazine. He was a very talented writer and editor--a true professional--and he will be missed by many.