John was a collegue of mine at the Traffic Club of Pittsburgh for about 25 years, and we had a business relationship. He was a Traffic Manager and I was a railroad salesman. I thought it would be hard to describe what a great person John was, but after reading the other eight entries in John's Guest Book, it is not difficult. I'll just second all the words used here by others: respected and respectful, cheerful, smiling, positive attitude, intelligent, wise, good Christian, gentleman, wonderful, loved, professional, exceptional leader and happy. That was John.
Dear John Power Family: My condolences to you all at this very sad time. I worked with John for many years and always enjoyed his professionalism and high ethics. He was a gentleman and a good Christian. He and Harry Doukakis both hired me back in 1967 in Essington, PA and the lunch interview was fun and no high pressure. He was a "pro" in interfacing with people.
The Shrum family extends its sincerest sympathies to the Power family for this profound loss. Mr. Power was a wonderful man, friendly, happy, caring, intelligent and wise. He also was an exceptional Boy Scout leader who will be missed by a lot of people.
Dad, I miss you beyond words.
My condolences to the family of John Power. I have had the honor to know him, for about three years. He was a member of the St. Bernard's St.Vincent de Paul Society. All our members loved & respected him. John will be missed very much. He was a wonderful person.
I thank God for having the pleasure to have know him.
John was a fellow classmate at St. Marys of the Mount where he was class president. He was always a cheerful person making it comfortable to relate to him. He was class president who was an intelligent student in our class, but never pretentious. I was able to come back to Pittsburgh on occasions where
I was able to have lunch with John. It was obvious that he maintained the same qualities. He will be missed
We will miss you John. Thinking of all of the family...Keary, Brian, Colin and Adam
John was my boss at Westinghouse. He was a mentor and a dear friend. I was glad we all got together earlier this year for dinner. Ruth and I also met him for lunch earlier this year. I am happy that we did this so that everybody could see each other while we could. Nancy Pyle
Dear John Power Family, I had the pleasure and honor of working for John during my career at Westinghouse. He was a man of high integrity and compassion for people. He was respected across the company and someone I was always proud to say was my boss, colleague and friend. John was also someone that was fun to be around. His sense of humor, smiling face and positive attitude were infectious. No doubt this world has lost a great man, but heaven has gained a new worthy citizen. My condolences to you his family. My family and I pray that God blesses you with His peace in this time of loss.