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July 22, 2018

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December 12, 2017
My condolences to your family. He was in our graduating class and unfortunately I did not know John but would have liked to. I, personally, want your family know my thoughts and prayers are with you.
February 19, 2017
John was a good high school friend with whom I shared a lot of nice memories. He helped me get a job at the bowling alley with him, and we enjoyed 'free' bowling & a few brews after closing time. As a copilot in his really hot, red Chevy SS we often roamed South Dakota in search of his next bowling tournament. Fun times with a great guy. RIP Buddy.
February 18, 2017
I met John when I was 8 or 9 years old. My father graded Cleveland Ave in 1955 or 56. Before that Cleveland Ave was a dirt trail between Rice and 6th St.
Trumbull Meat Packing was located south of Rice St. John, my brother Francis (class of 66) and I would play together, since John was isolated. There were no neighbors or kids at that time. We did normal 8 & 9 year old stuff. throwing rocks, etc. One day John got his dad's 22 rifle out to do somme plinking. Grandpa Trumbull had some wooden water tanks stacked up. Francis and John proceeded to use them for target practice. Later that year grandpa decided to use those tanks. All hell broke loose when the tanks spouted water. My dad had to contribute for the damages.
Sorry to hear of John's passing. Will let Francis know. Gary Landeen
February 17, 2017
I remember John (Johnny as I knew him) from when I was in grade school. My dad worked for his dad at the locker plant that they owned. I used to go with my dad during the summer so we could play together. Sometimes we would pick sweet corn and sell it for 25¢ a dozen. Did a lot of other fun things on their farm. Lost track of him after my dad left their business. My sincerest condolences to his family and all that were close to him.