John W. Bloodworth

Venice, Florida

Jul 23, 1943 – May 6, 2019 (Age 75)


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"And now, O Lord, to you I turn my face and raise my eyes. Bid me to depart from the earth." Tobit 3:12-13. John W. Bloodworth passed away on Monday, May 6, 2019 in Venice, Florida at the age of 75. He was born on July 23, 1943 in Benton, KY. John was a member of Epiphany Cathedral...

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Dear Nicky,
I was so saddened to hear of the passing of my dear friend. John was my first supervisor at ExxonMobil over 30 years ago. I've had supervisors prior to and since him, and he was the best. Such a wonderful person. Witty, funny, serious, honest, considering and caring. I'm glad I let him know how much I appreciated him as a supervisor and friend.

I want you to know that I still tell family and friends about the wonderful time I had with you, John and Yoder...

Dear Nicky,
Mike and I were so sad to hear of John's passing. We loved knowing you all and doing so many things together when we all lived in Baton Rouge. John was such a fine man and a good friend. He will be missed by so many. May God's love and the thoughts of your many, many friends be of comfort. We are thinking of you with love.
Sally and Mike Czerwinski & Family

Nights supervisor for Deep South John was a friend as well as a great safety guy you couldn't as for a better person,he will be truly miss my condolences to the family.

Nikki, our thoughts and prayers are with you knowing this is a sad time for you. We have such fond memories of you and John when you lived across the street from us in Baton Rouge. John made a visit back to Baton Rouge after you guys moved to Akron and dropped by to see us, we cherish the memories of that time spent with him. Take comfort in knowing that John is now in the presence of his Lord Jesus.

Offering prayers for a fallen Soldier.

John lived a full life - he served his God, his fellow man, and his country and his family - I was very lucky to know and work with John and am proud to say he was my friend Ron Starcher

Nicky - Thanette and I were very saddened to hear of John's passing. Our hearts and prayers go out to you in this incredibly difficult time. John was instrumental in my formative career beginning in 1990 at the Chemical Plant. I will always appreciate the opportunity he gave me to work in this industry. I remember well some of the short trips we took when y'all were so helpful in introducing me to the Deep South - thank you for all of that.

Enjoyed knowing and working with John at Exxon. My thoughts are with you in this time of transition and loss. I look at his picture and smile. Wayne Purdom

My special prayers go out to John's family. He was "one of the good guys" at ExxonMobil as everyone respected and thought highly of John. Never saw him in a grumpy mood but was always supporting everyone. Our loss. Heavens gain.