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December 14, 2018

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October 14, 2018
Rest in peace John. Always enjoyed talking to you at Silver Sneakers. Helen
October 12, 2018
My heart and prayers go out to John's family
at this time. John, as an Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist, brought Holy Communion to my Dad and later my Mom. He radiated kindness, gentleness and caring during those visits to my parents.
When I occasionally attended daily 6:30 A.M. Mass at St. William Church, John, and his wife were always there. It was a comfort for me to see them. It reminded me of all the times John brought Jesus to Dad and Mom.
John is at peace now in the arms of Jesus, please remember us in prayer.
October 12, 2018
I worked with John at Drexel University. I remember John loved marshmallows as a treat after his lunch. He was such a nice man with a giant heart. May he rest in peace.

Annette Chango
October 12, 2018
I worked with John at Drexel University. He was such a nice man. I remember he loved marshmallows as a treat after his lunch. He would help anyone and had a giant heart. May he rest in peace.

Annette Chango