John-Daub-Obituary

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John Joseph Daub

Waynesboro, Virginia

Feb 21, 1941 - Jun 27, 2013

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Dear Dad, not a day goes by that I don't think of you and miss hearing yoir voice.You are and always will be my Hero! So hard without you here ,but your love,strength and wisdom will carry me through the rest of my life .You are so very special and one of a kind! Sending to you in Heaven lots of Huggs and kisses,xoxoxox I love you Dad!

My first true love,my Dad,God has you now,Im missing you till I can see you again I heaven.I love you so,so,very much!xxxx

When I think of my Uncle John, I think of someone always smiling and a man that everybody loved. Since my brother and I took over his Real Estate Company, I can't even count the number of people that I've met that have had wonderful things to say about him and in all this time, I've never ever met anyone that had any bad memories of him. I've always thought of him as not only my Uncle but as my friend. I will truly miss him and all his words of advise and wisdom.

I love you Uncle...

Very few people go through life and have the ability to touch so many lives and leave such a fond and loving memory. Uncle John was just that kind of man. I have so many great memories of Uncle John throughout my life, from family vacations at the beach or the lake, to sleep overs with little John, to the stories he would tell of him and my mother, and later having the privilege to work with my uncle. He was such a kind and generous man, always there to lend a hand. Uncle John gave me my...

When I think of Uncle John, many thoughts come to mind.  All of those memories are great memories, and even if I tried to think of one bad memory I've had with Uncle John , it is not possible because there are none. When I was with Uncle John , whether it be for a UVA football game, fishing, or just hanging out at his house, it was impossible to be upset or not have fun because he was always in such high spirits, and that really did spread to everyone in the room.  He would make people laugh...

When I think of Uncle John, many thoughts come to mind.  All of those memories are great memories, and even if I tried to think of one bad memory I've had with Uncle John , it is not possible because there are none. When I was with Uncle John , whether it be for a UVA football game, fishing, or just hanging out at his house, it was impossible to be upset or not have fun because he was always in such high spirits, and that really did spread to everyone in the room.  He would make people laugh...

As I sit here early in the morning looking out at the peaceful ocean I remember how I first met you here in the Hamptons in Aug 1992.  The Andris family was celebrating Jeanette's birthday and it was going to be the first time I was meeting the family.  We had a great day and on the drive home I remember commenting to Rob that I thought "everyone in his family was very nice but being especially  impressed with Jeanette's husband John."

As I would come to know almost 21...

I don't remember this,but I remember someone telling me this story. When I was younger I had speech problems and i would mumble alot.

CELEBRATION OF LIFE SERVICES:

Uncle, Dad, My Husband, Popup, Brother, Neighbor, and Friend. Though each us of may call him by a different name, we are all here joined together to celebrate the life of John Joseph Daub. It's hard to describe a man who meant so many things to so many people.
Uncle John was compassionate, loving, forgiving, curious, patient, charming, kind, a great listener, funny, honest. He will forever be someone we all aspire to be like. No matter what life...

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John Joseph Daub, 72, of Keswick, VA, passed away peacefully at his home on June 27, 2013. He was born February 21, 1941 in New York, NY. He is survived by his loving and devoted wife of 25 years Jeanette; daughter, Debbie Daub and husband, Dominic from New Milford, NJ; two sons, Daniel Daub...

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