Uncle John you waged a courageous battle and fought the good fight. Eternal peace to you my Godfather.
Uncle John you waged a courageous battle.Miss you already. Your Godson.
Knew John from childhood as we grew up on Tenth St., and attended Mother of God School and Church.Have a picture in my album of 5th and 6th grade altar boys where John looks like a saint which he is now. In later years knew him as an honest, intelligent and dedicated man to family, church, country and work. My condolences to Pat and John's family.
Pat and Family,
I am so sorry to hear about John. I know how much he meant to your family. My grandmother Hazel and I always enjoyed spending time with the both of you.
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I am very sorry for your loss.
John was a very good man, strong but also sensitive, generous to others, always remembering that family comes first. Your family's loss is a loss for everyone.
Don and I are so sorry to hear of John's passing away. We will always have wonderful memories of our long relationship with the family. He will be SORRILY MISSED by many
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Drasler and Thomas families. Tim and Mary Jane Leonaitis
Worked with John for last several years at Pine Meadow. He was always a Gentleman in his dealings with the golfers and co-workers. He was truly a gentle man.
Dear Pat and family,
I am so very, very sorry for your loss. I will keep all of you in my prayers.
Barb Michalski (from the Y swim group)
My deepest sympathy to the entire Drasler family.
Pat, I am so sorry for your loss. It is very hard to lose such a wonderful man. I will add his name in our Book of Prayers at Shepherd of the Valley Catholic Church and say some very special prayers for you and your family. I remember you as a classmate at Mother of God School and one of my very first friends then.
Pat and family,
So sorry to learn of John's passing. My thoughts are with you at this sad time. With sympathy, Margaret Wieboldt
Although my neighbor and "Uncle" for all of my youth, his kindness and generosity endeared him to me for life. My sincere sympathy to the Drasler family. It's hard to lose another good one from Fulton Ave.
So sorry for your loss. We always enjoyed seeing you both with your daughter and grandkids in church Sunday mornings. You saw our kids grow up and we see your grandkids grow up.
Remembering that silly laugh you used to do while you were poking me with your finger trying to make me laugh!!! I love you Uncle John and will forever remember you being such a big part of my life, I thank you!
I will miss John's smile. My favorite memory of John was when he would always fall asleep at midnight mass on Christmas Eve at Mother of God Church and we all would be silently laughing. Lots of good memories of him at North Shore Trust and Savings. Such a wonderful man.