John was a good friend and a great person.John and I spent 4 of the best years doing Shorewood Drama. He was a incredible technician and a great friend. He will be missed greatly but is I am sure having a great talk with Bob Friedman. I will miss him alot.
Aww, I wored with John on the High School Productions running the spot lights. I will never forget his humor, kindness and willingness to help. May light and love surround John, and your family.
Debbie (Pritchard) Schlz
One summer weekend Whip and I and the folks were fortunate to visit the Davis family cottage near Cedar Grove. In a creek near the cottage we filmed 'The Sinking of the Bismark' - took a plastic model, filled it with No.2 heating oil, jammed fire crackers in the smokestacks and used a 'sparkeler' as a fuse. The final scene was this 20 inch model hitting a 2 foot wave in Lake Michigan. I'm sure the DNR would not approve of the resulting oil slick, but we were just kids having fun...
Miss you, John.
Denise and family-remember all grand times that were filled with laughter. If take a second and listen - you will hear the laughter. Take care.
John was my close friend from high school and college days. We shared many fun times and adventures, from trips to music festivals, scooping ice cream at 31 Flavors, and doing creative projects together. In recent years we'd call each other on our birthdays. I looked forward to those calls and I'll miss hearing his friendly voice and ready laugh. Hey, Sport, I'll never forget you. Peace.
You will be greatly missed uncle John. You were loved by so many!
John became a member of the Giesenschlag family on March 4, 1972 when his sister Ellen married my brother Bryan. I knew John as a very talented and creative photographer. We are all grieving his passing and he will forever be in our hearts. John, you were loved.
I will hold fond memories of you Uncle John. You were talented and well loved and will be greatly missed.
A kinder,gentler,funnier man, you will not find on this planet. See you on the other side my friend, with a whole field of dogs!
I am so sorry to hear of John's passing. I am a childhood friend with great memories of time spent in garages, on bikes, and in alleys. John was the first to introduce me to Bob Dylan and Arlo Guthrie.He was a great friend as was the whole Davis family.He will be missed.
Charles "Whip" Wiener (Prospect ave. Shorewood)