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July 16, 2014
I just now heard about John. I did not know until today. Rest in peace John. You were a wonderful mentor to me. I loved working with you. You are a treasure in my heart
January 12, 2014
We are sorry to learn this. John and Shirley did a great deal to make this world a better place. They were very dear to us.
Ken and Nancy Stevens
January 1, 2014
John was a wonderful, kind, intelligent soul. He brought a bright glow with him where ever he went. I am sorry for the loss you all feel for having lost both your parents, Susie and Anna.
December 31, 2013
I miss John terribly already. He was instrumental in my staying at First Jefferson UU Church as long as I did. Though he and I didn't always agree, I never felt anything but respect from him. We were able to have intelligent discourse with no animosity.

I loved when he would come to talk with our high school seniors at church. His life story is remarkable and seeing their eyes light up as they saw him as more than that older gentleman who is at church every week was priceless.

When he and Shirley moved out of that great house in Mistletoe Heights, I went to the garage sale and bought a leather hat of his (cowboy/Australian looking). I have treasured it always and will continue to.
I'm truly sorry for your loss. So many people, including me, loved John. Thank you for sharing your amazing dad/granddad/great granddad.
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