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John A. Sanders Obituary
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July 17, 2018

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September 7, 2017
I remember traveling to Indiana to visit family. I was around 12 or 13 and my father, step mom and sister (Dylan was not born yet) stopped at a McDonalds (in Ohio). Upon ordering meals, my father convinced me that in Ohio one had to be at least 14 to order chicken nuggets in Ohio. I was 12-13 and obviously perplexed and upset at this new Ohio law. I didn't believe him, and I was starving. But, my father, in his over the top jokester(ness), had convinced the girl at the register to go along with the joke. Never did get chicken nuggets ion Ohio on that trip... hahah
August 8, 2017
My most sincere sympathy & condolences to your family. He is fondly remembered.
August 2, 2017
Lifting you all in prayer asking for comfort and peace that surpasses all understanding. Our memories of John are that of a jovial man, full of life, and humble beyond measure; a generous and loyal friend who knew no strangers. We're blessed to have shared in such a special life and grieve with all who knew him. His life will live on in the hearts of all who love him. ~Senator Gene & Cindy Porterfield
July 31, 2017
To my father and hero:

In the days that have passed, its hard to show or tell someone else just how much I love you and mean to me, so I'll try and tell you.

The scope of my admiration and love for you has no bounds and cannot be described in words or poetry or felt in a handshake or hug. However, I believe it can be witnessed in a shared smile, laughter, or possibly most importantly, by the kind of person and man that you raised me to be, and hopefully, I've become. You taught me to be a kind, selfless, respectful child; A child who grew into a man that knows the value of family, hard work, sacrifice, character and backbone.

The helplessness I felt in your last days, seemed only comforted by your strength. In your last moments with me, you calmed me down and told me that you loved me and were proud to be my father. Selflessly, you made sure I was going to be ok. Everything will be alright, Jonathan. It will be ok.

Its a horrible feeling knowing the exact day that will be the last you will be with your father. That was Saturday. By Tuesday, you were gone. My heart is truly broken by your passing and will never be healed. But, I hope to find comfort in knowing that you are with Matthew and that both of you will watch over me. You'll have each other and neither will have suffering or pain. I love you so much. Ill see you soon, Daddy.