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October 22, 2018

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December 31, 2017
My sincere condolences on the passing of John who worked with me and then for me at Citibank investigations. He was the ultimate gentleman and professional with a fun side. He always spoke fondly of Eleanor and his family - God has another good man on his roster! Bless him
December 14, 2017
Uncle John was a wonderful man. He's now with the Hula Hut gang. He was the biggest kid on the block. Any kind of game we played in the backyard he would run and jump in. (singing something).
He was a kind soul to all. When I was kid I remember uncle John pulling out his hanky from his pocket and he blew a runny horse's nose. I'm not kidding. That was my uncle John.
He loved everybody and all his animal friends and not forgetting a good cartoon...
We will miss you always. Love you uncle John..
December 13, 2017
Uncle John was a gem! I will treasure him always.
With much love,
Linda
December 11, 2017
"Permission to come aboard, sir!" is what I (Joan) said whenever I would visit coming in the front door. It was a blessing (for Harold) to be able to raise John's American, as well as, Navy flag when he could no longer do it for himself. John was the first neighbor to lend us whatever we needed to get our house in shape when we first moved here in 1998. He, Eleanor and their family were always such great neighbors. We will miss him dearly. He may not have asked, but I know that the Savior has given John "Permission to come aboard". God bless.