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June 24, 2019

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June 24, 2019

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April 15, 2019
One of the kindest individuals I'd ever met. So very helpful. So sorry I didn't know sooner of his passing. My prayers are with you Ann and your loved ones. Most Sincerely, Martha Fisher
April 10, 2019
Mary I am so so sry for ur loss! I am praying for u
April 10, 2019
John was my friend in Quanah, Tx from my first day I enrolled in the Reagan Elementary 3rd grade following the closing and consolidation of the Acme (Tx) School. Throughout our "stuggles" in the Quanah Schools John was always a well-reasoned voice with a useful suggestion to smoothe out playground disputes (I was never surprised that he became a lawyer!). He was a good ball player in addition to a good student. As teenagers at QHS, we created harmless scenarios and pranks (especially the one in which John was crowned to be "King John" of a worshipful flock of fellow 12th grade students --thus causing GREAT consternation among the segment of tight-lipped, humorless teachers.
His selection of UT-Austin was totally opposite to my own choice of Texas A&M...but never ruptured the friendship we had for the rest of life. Thru time we kept focused upon values we had in common: citizenship; Democratic politics; honor of service; love of family;and value of friendship.
I remain honored to be counted among his friends...and I already miss his frequent emails and notes. May you Rest in Peace, John....you know you've earned it. From the shadows of Kyle Field in College Station, Tx.....and Your friend from Acme, Tx.
Dock D Burke, Jr.
April 7, 2019
Great sympathy, Ann, to you and your family. --Bill
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