John-Box-Obituary

John Box

Bryan, Texas

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John,
I am praying for God to give strength in your time of sorrow.

John's ability to communicate, often in poetic words was a joy to those around him. His caring spirit shone through to light the darkness. He will be greatly missed.

I am so sorry to hear of John's passing. He lived a long and fruitful life. We worked to gether for 20 years and I learned many things from him. He was always a true friend.

Praying for you and your sweet family.

I will greatly miss my Uncle John. Whenever we visited him and Aunt Evelyn, they treated us like kings and were so kind and hospitable. Highlights were our tours of the A & M campus, the delicious meals, Uncle John's recollections of WWII, and, of course, our discussions and debates about football. My first memory of Uncle John dates to August 1959, when I was 8. He and his family were visiting my grandparents in Carthage NY. My parents said I had to go with them to welcome these visitors...

So sorry John will not be here to hold you hand but he'll continue to hear your stories. He served his God, Country & Family and gave of himself to everyone who was lucky enough to shake his hand. As long as his family grows, John lives in all your hearts!

So sorry to read of my uncle's passing. Mom and I will miss him and his wonderfully written letters. We always enjoyed his visits to Bill and Geraldine's home in NY and the time we all got to spend together. I loved talking to him and the way he told a story. With all our love, Doris and Deanna