I'm sorry to hear of your loss. John was a wonderful man and I have such good memories of him from growing up with Lori at Hurricane Hill. Please know you and your family are in mine and my grandmother's thoughts and prayers.
We were both shocked and saddened to hear of John's death. You have our most heartfelt sympathy on this very tragic loss.
Sam and I have such fond memories of John from all those very wonderful times we spent together at bluegrass jams. It was a very special time for us and we will always remember him and the good times we shared.
The loss of a spouse is such a profound loss. We can only imagine your grief. If it is any consolation, we share your pain immensely.
We know that you will find the strength to get through this very sad and difficult time. Knowing that your friends are here for you will hopefully be of solace to you.
Please extend our sympathy to your wonderful family. You are all in our hearts and minds.
In Deepest Sympathy,
Sam and Nancy
So sorry for your and your family's loss, Jessica. May the memories of him bring you peace when you need it the most.
Our family will miss our wonderful brother more than we can say. Johnny was not only my brother, but my wonderful dear friend. We are so proud of the person he was - devoted father and grandfather, loving husband, cherished brother and uncle. He always gave so much of himself to others - it didn't matter whether it was an acquaintance, or a friend, or someone he loved. Mere words cannot do him justice, nor tears take away the pain. We will miss him forever. Our love to you all, and God's Peace be upon you.
John was my Sergant when we were assigned to SP Liverpool. A very good man. He will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
As the Sunshine Chairman of the Central New York Bluegrass Association, on behalf of the officers, board members, and all of our members, I extend our sincere sympathy on the passing of our devoted member John. Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you, and we will cherish our memories of you both forever.
Dear Maryan and Family,
There are no words at this time that will ease the pain of losing your loved one. However, as time passes and you read this guest book, and the many, many card you receive, I hope knowing so many others shared your grief, will give you some comfort. I have many fond memories of our working together at Central New York Bluegrass events, and our festivals. Our vast "Bluegrass Heaven" has gained a devoted fan. Maryan, yours and Johns love, devotion, and loving care to those beautiful little foster children gave them a wonderful second chance for life. My thoughts and prayers are with you all, and want you to know my life is so much richer for having known you both. Take care, I do care.
The Officers and Members
Mattydale Fire Department
join in extending
to you and your family at this
Time of Sorrow.