Although I knew John from an early age, it was when he was in his 30's and 40's that I saw more of him. He often joined his parents at our house at Thanksgiving or during Christmas, or we'd see him at dinner ath his parent's house in Clinton. He was much too young to die and will be missed. Kay Branaman Eakin
Hail and farewell dear John. You were a favorite of Dave's and we always enjoyed your visits. I know how difficult this must be for your Dad, siblings, nieces, nephews and the next generation of "greats". Rest peacefully after a long and difficult journey. My love and sympathy to your Dad, Skip, Lynn and Irma.
I remember John fondly from our time as teenagers. With sympathy to his family and friends, and in honor of a life well-lived.
Tom Stough (cousin)
Very sorry for your loss. Please continue to rely on each other and God during this difficult time.
God bless him. John was a wonderful and carring man!
I will always remember his smile and funny jokes (though sometimes very dry hummor!) He was a great help with all my tech needs while we worked together at EFCU (thanks for the pink keyboard!)- and he was always there to tell me a quick joke or a story of his "younger days" to lighten up the day.
He will be miss. I hope he has found peace!
I offer my condolence to John's family and pray that you rely on almighty God as your refuge and strength . H will sustain you during this difficult time.