John Pace Antokol

Glenville, New York

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Dear Judith & Richard, & your extended families...We learned of John's passing from Matthew and are so saddened by your deep loss. We hope that every good memory you each hold will lessen the pain in some way, and will enlarge your own spirits as you continue to bring love and good work into our world, which often cannot hold for too long a soul such as your John. May he find peace in a much larger world.

Judy,I'm so sorry for your loss.

Dear Judi and Dick:
I knew John as a delightful, sweet and brilliant little boy and young man. I believe he is at Peace and at Home but my heart is greatly saddened to hear that he has left us. May the memory and living presence of his Spirit help support you in your journey.

Dick / Judy - I have many wonderful memories of John, going all the way back to our days at Open School. I will hold those close and hold John in the light.

I am shocked and at a loss for words. John was a dear classmate and friend at Linton. My heart goes out to his family.

Dear Richard, We are so sorry for your loss. Keeping you and your family in prayer.
Sue & Dwayne Moore

Dearest Judy, My heart breaks for you. May The Sweet Peace of God's Arms surround you.

So sorry for your loss Richard. Joyce and I will keep you and your family in our prayers. As difficult as one's passing is to accept..there is comfort in knowing that he is in a better place.

Dear Dick, Joyce and Judi, our hearts are saddened by this news and we are truly so very sorry for your loss. We hope you will delight in the wonderful memories of your son, his happy demeanor, thoughtful intelligence and that smile that made everything just right. Our deepest condolences to each of you. We will truly miss John.


John's Obituaries

Antokol, John Pace GLENVILLE John Pace Antokol, 40, beloved son of Judith Pace Antokol and Richard M. Antokol, passed away peacefully at his home on Saturday, September 14, 2013. John was born in Niskayuna and was among the last graduating class of the former Linton High School. He attended...

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