John C. Ellison

60, Oakhurst, New Jersey


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(Asbury Park Press)JOHN C. ELLISONAGE: 60 OAKHURST John C. Ellison, 60, of Oakhurst, Ocean Township, died Sunday, Nov. 1, 2009at home. He was born in Long Branch and was a lifelong resident of Oakhurst. He was an appliance serviceman for New Jersey Natural Gas Company in Lakewood for 30 years...

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Dear Gail and Emily,
Roger and I just found out about John's death. We are so sorry we weren't there to support you at this time. The loss of someone so close is difficult. Treasure in your heart all your happy memories. May God bless both of you.

Dear Gail and Family,
I was just told of Johnny's passing. Even tho you and I only met and spoke a few times I want to give you my condolences. I remember Johnny from my childhood and high school days. He was a wild one and those are the memories I'll keep. I hope you and your daughter will treasure your happy memories too and hold them close to your hearts. Time will help you heal.

Dear Gail & Emily,
My deepest sympathy on the passing of John. He was a wild and crazy guy and made everyone smile and laugh. From experience, time and memories ease the pain. God Bless you and Emily.

Donna Applegate

Dear Gail - I was just notified of John's death and felt I must be in touch. I cannot explain the sense of loss I feel even though I only met him once - at my mother's funeral. I guess blood is blood no matter what. I am so sorry for your loss. I have buried two husbands due to cancer and know the feeling well. My deepest sympathy to you and all your family. I will be thinking of you. - John's half-sister - Joanne Stromberg Nagle. (Frackville PA)

As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

Dear Gail, Emily, Jimmy, Bobby and families,

You have my heartfelt sympathy. It is so hard losing a family member especially when they are still in the prime of their lives. I know we haven't seen each other in many years but I do think of all of you often. All of you are in my thoughts and prayers.
Love your cousin in PA,
Lou Ann Hendrickson Lauger

Dear Gail, Emily, Jimmy, and Bobby,
My deepest sympathy and love to you all. Johnny will be greatly missed. Family is family, no matter the miles or the number of years since we've seen each other I hold you all in my heart. Take care of yourselves, Sandi Lanning, (cousin)

dear mrs. ellison and emily,
my deepest condolences.
i still have that beautiful plant you and your husband gave me at the children's italian class.
signora fischer

Dear Gail, Emily & Family,
Our deepest sympathy on the passing of John. I'll never forget all the craziness and fun we all had together at work. He will be missed. God Bless.
Our thoughts & prayers are with your family.

Diane Rodriguez-Dunne & Family