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John D. Bandow Obituary
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July 21, 2018

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June 3, 2016
Our sympathy to the family. Barb and John were such good neighbors. We shared lots of laughs and have many fond memories.
June 1, 2016
We send our sincere sympathy to all of the family of John. We miss John and Barb, as neighbors and friends. We know that they are together in a much better place, without pain or suffering. They are probably in charge of "Heavens" raspberry patches and apple orchards.

We will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers.

Marge & Larry Laessig
May 31, 2016
To all in family,

My condolences to you all. I know it is a difficult time. I was a friend of John. Sometimes within family we do not really see the hearts of people. John loved his family and though he had his convictions he was first and foremost about others and especially about family. We shared a lot over the years. John was a good friend and helped many deal with health issues and life issues. We shared much about life issues and situations and John always was with compassion and caring. I will miss John as a friend. I already do. I did two months ago when I became aware that things changed with John. It was not the same.
Sadly I will not be able to attend the funeral. I wish I could be there. I was not able to visit him in hospice either but truthfully it was painful to know what was going down with him.
Yet I know he is in a better place for his love of God and Jesus. I give thanks that God took him home without a lot of pain and suffering. My mother passed on the same way within two months. Praise God.
God has His reasons and His purposes and timing for things that we cannot understand. John had so many aspirations to help others and do more after his wife died and to come to grips with her death. He was in transition when he then changed. His heart was in the right place for all.
John was compassionate and caring and giving. He donated to those doing missionary work and also caring about others. He was most generous with himself and his time for others. In the years I knew him we both learned a lot and shared much. I miss John. We did not know each other long term but over the past 10 years we became friends and this man was a true friend. Not only to me but to many and he cared. God bless you John.
May 31, 2016
Our deepest sympathy to the family