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February 14, 2020
February 13, 2020
There are no words to express the heartbreak reading this news. John was my first boss in advertising. He always took time to listen to my perspective and taught me how to be a better person and better leader. He made everyone feel seen and valued. I always felt special in his presence. I could write a novel on the impact John has had on me but I'll just send my love and condolences to Isabelle, Lisa and the rest of his family.
February 13, 2020
A beautiful man... inspiring to work for.
February 10, 2020
I have early memories of playing Clue and pingpong when we were in Jr. High. He was like a brother to me .
I admired his Pittsburg PBS documentary on great orators and their speeches. His advertising genius was expressed in " keep your eye on the doughnut, not on the hole".
I will miss him eternally.
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