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September 20, 2018

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October 24, 2017
Linda & family,

I'm sorry to hear the sad news, but John has been made whole and is singing with the angels, or more than likely, trying to direct them.
I enjoyed working with John when he was the choir director and minister of music at Celeryville.
How awesome that you were both able to find love again and what a privilege to play for your wedding. Prayers to you and the entire family as your grieve the loss of a special man.
October 21, 2017
I had the privilege of meeting John and training him as a volunteer at Mercy in Willard. He was a true gentleman and I certainly enjoyed spending time with him. Rest in peace my friend. Kathi Miller
October 18, 2017
Sorry to hear of your loss.
Beth Knapp Vaughan
October 18, 2017
John was such a sweet man. We always enjoyed seeing and talking to him when we saw Linda and him on the bike trail and in the big house at Malabar Farm. Sweet memories.