John H. Fixl

Allentown, Pennsylvania

1936 - 2021


Allentown, Pennsylvania


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John Fixl entered into eternal life on January 12, 2021 with his family by his side. He was the son of the late John and Mary (Astl) Fixl, who both emigrated to the United States from Austria. John was born on April 21, 1936 in Allentown, Pennsylvania in the Guthsville Hotel (more recently...

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I was a student at King’s during the 70s.As a newly declared English major,I took Mr.Fixl’s Shakespeare class.I enjoyed having him as a teacher so much that I registered for another class the following semester.Unfortunately,he had taken the job as Dean and wouldn’t be teaching the course.When I spoke to him about the class change he was so kind and he gave me the courage to take the course anyway.Fifty years later I have never forgotten his kind words to me.
I will always remember him...

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Dear Mary and family,
Our hearts go out to you and your family. We pray that God will give all of you strength and comfort through this difficult time. John was a wonderful person that everyone loved in the neighborhood. May John Rest In Peace.
Appleyard-Engel Families

Sorry to hear about the passing of John. I have many fond memories of spending time your family while visiting my grandparents next door. My heart is with you all during this difficult time.

I’m so very sorry for your loss. May his memory be a blessing.

Dear Mary and family,
I am sorry to hear of Johns passing , he was a good and kind man.
You are in my prayers.
God Bless,
Rita Kania

Mrs Mary Fixl & family

Sorry for your loss John was a true gentleman

Dr George & Rosemary Coar

John was a rookie professor at King’s when I came for a quality education and play basketball for the monarchs. He gave me plenty of car rides to Scanlon Field House for basketball practice while he was there to work out. What a great man!! His car conversations and advice steered me into becoming an English major and I never looked back...Thanks, John, for your unending friendship and sincerity; by far, the most influential prof in my career...RIP dear friend and blessings to your wife and...

Dear Mary and Family,
We are deeply sorry for your loss of John. He was a wonderful gentlemen and a great neighbor. Our deepest sympathy and prayers.
Dan and Barbara McGovern