Johnny, a beautiful boy who grew into a special man. I spent more time on the phone with Johnny growing up than any other person I knew. We were such great friends, and helped each other through difficult coming of age years. My thoughts and prayers go to his family.
Even though I have not seen you in over 20 years, I have great memories of you John! May peace be with the entire Sharp family.
I'm so sorry for your loss. May you come to experience the peace of God that excels all thought during this difficult time.
Rest in Peace Johnny... A Good Man
Growing up our families lived just blocks from each other, but my first memory of Johnny was at Scenic Heights pool. I was tagging along w/ my sister Patti and they were friends. He was so nice to me and even tried to teach me to do a back flip off the diving board. Like so many of us that grew up in P'cola our path's crossed as we got older & our circle of friends grew. He was just a great guy. Last time I saw Johnny was at a friend's house at the beach. I hadn't seen him in years and he was still the same Johnny. Adorably cute with that beautiful smile and still just as nice. That's how I will always remember him. Peace and Blessings Johnny..... Ligaya Hall Zent
I don' t even know the man but my what a wonderful person @ what wonderful family so sorry for your loss the love you have you have for each other will keep you strong
I will miss you my friend. My big Brother. Thanks for all the fun memories. I will see you again one day. Love ya John!
Jenny, Huner, and Saylor,
No words can take away your pain, but, nothing can take away the wonderful memories that you made together as a family. Prayers for comfort and peace to you all. Love ya, Stacey Mills McPipkin
I will miss you my friend. My big brother. Thanks for all the memories and fun times. You will be in my heart forever. I will see you again one day. Love you John <3
I have fond memories of Johnny as a kid on Christy Drive in Pensacola. He was an adventurer even back then. Tough as nails, but with a big heart. I hadn't been in touch with him over the years, until recently. His family meant the world to him, and he taught his kids how to enjoy and appreciate life. He was a blessed man and he blessed many others along the way. He will be missed. My deepest condolences to his loving wife and children.
My thoughts and prayers are with the Sharp and Holifield family, doing the loss of their husband, father, brother, best friend and classmate. God bless you and keep you always.
My thoughts and prayers are with Sam, Taylor, and the entire Sharp family. Please let me know if there is anything I can do.Love you guys
This flame will burn in our hearts forever!
My Prayers goes out to the family and friends of John H. Sharp. John you was a good friend to me in middle and high school. you had a wonderful smile on your face all the time. thanks for been a good friend to me.
I met John in the 5th grade.He was my best friend the day that I met him.John and his family were a big part of my childhood and a childhood we had .John was never afraid of anything from riding the storm water pipes from Keating Rd to the bay with me Bill and Bob.To surfing Pensacola beach when hurricane Eloise hit.John is a great friend I'm forever blessed and grateful to have shared my life and childhood with him.Love you brother.
Rest in peace John. Say hello to Randy Long for me. See you both in about 40 plus years, I hope. I know you are missed by a bunch of friends.
Our prayers go out to the Sharp family. Also to David, what a blessing the wonderful friendship you two shared!
John was not just my dads best friend, but to me he was my "Uncle Johnny". He always knew how to make people laugh, especially me. Uncle Johnny there are many priceless memories that I will keep in my heart and cherish forever.You taught me so many things throughout the years, and it really made a difference in my life, you made a difference in my life. And I will never forget that. This isn't goodbye Uncle Johnny , this is "see you later". Love you !
John: The place lit up when you walked into the room. You are as genuine and sincere a friend as I've ever known. You and Holiberry were quite a pair. I remember laughing so hard that we cried on Barney's boat in the Billfish Tournament in the mid 90's. God created a masterpiece in you and you'll be sorely missed, my friend. Your family is in my prayers.
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
You will be missed deeply Johnny At least now you are in no pain
Oh Johnny Boy, did you leave your mark on me. Everytime I walk on a golf course I will have some sort of story about our shenanigans, seeing as how my first round was with you.Many more after that. Everytime I head out of St Catherines sound Im sure you will cross my mind. So many good times. You had one hell of a life and I will celebrate it every chance I get. Thanks for everything,I'm gonna miss you brother.
We had lots of good times brother, I still remember you catching the winning touchdown pass against PHS, many years ago. You were a good man my brother, and will be truly missed, My heart and prayers go out the Family.
To all the Sharp family, my deepest condolences to you all. John was not only my brother's best friend, he was like family to all the Holifield's and will truly be missed. The Sharp family will be in my thoughts & prayers for God to send His Comforter now and always.
Johnny was always "Nancy's little brother" to me and the girls. However, he was always so sweet and kind and always met me with a big smile and the kindest eyes. As we all grew up I could always count on the same warmth and kindest and of course always a laugh together.
My heart and prayers are with all of Johnny's family and friends.
Wow, there is so much to say and such little space for it. I will miss you like no other John Boy, we have done it all together and will never forget a single moment of it. I have never had such a friend as you "OO", and never will. Jenny,Saylor and Hunter I love you guys and will always be there for you..Just as I promised John. My prayers to all of the Sharp family and love all of you as my own family. And to you Johnny Boy, as we have said a thousand times before....."OO" out.
I am blessed beyond measure to have over 20 years of priceless memories with Johnny, his wife, his boys, his family and his best friend. John was not capable of having a bad time because in everything he ever did, he made the best of each second God gave him. He played with such vigor and loved with everything within him. I will miss the days waiting on the dock for the best crew of fishermen this town as ever seen to return and share the stories of the latest fishing trip. I love you Johnboy, yesterday, today, and always!
Until we meet again,
It's difficult for me to find the words to express how much you have meant to me throughout my life. You were more than my dad's best friend, you were my "Uncle Johnny". I will never forget the priceless memories we shared, cobia fishing, family dinners, and just visiting at home. You always knew how to make someone smile, even if you weren't having the best day. You were a strong man, and that is something I will never forget. I love you Uncle Johnny!
Johnny, husband, father, brother and most importantly a son. Many love him, but none as much as his family. Jenny, Hunter and Saylor gave him a life like no other could possibly give, I will be forever grateful for the love and care Jenny gave Johnny through health and sickness. Johnny was tough, a fighter. Thank you David for being by his side to the very last minute, friendship doesn't describe the relationship you had with Johnny...it was a brother !! Always in my heart, I love you Johnny.
I always loved fishing and hunting with John. It was always upbeat and hard at it and we had fun always doing it.I worked beside him for years and have missed him dearly when he went to Georgia. I enjoyed taking him fishing with his boys when they came through town. John will always be a part of my life.
I worked with John in Pensacola many years ago, he was someone who as a friend was a real friend. I know you and your family will truly miss him. God needed some help and called him home. Fish on John.
Words can't express how sorry I am for you and the boys. John was a great guy. Find comfort in the love he had for you and the boys.
Prayers of comfort, and peace in knowing you did all things possible to keep John happy & made his life enjoyable. A true Love story that very few have the privlidge of experiencing in this lifetime.
Love, Lynn & Jim