John T. Horan

New York, New York


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HORAN - John T. of Manassas, VA passed away on December 18, 2011. John was a long time employee of Grumman. John is survived by his daughter Kathleen and her husband Ed Catlett of Rutherford, NJ and by his son, Michael Horan and his wife Mary Beth of Greensboro, NC. John will be dearly missed by...

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What a terrible loss. John was a happy person and always had a smile on his face. He was an excellent dancer and I always enjoyed the many dances we had together at the Elks Club, Bobbies, Paradiso's and the summer block party. He will be greatly missed. He was a true gentleman in every sense of the word. I'm sure he will be dancing in heaven. Godspeed to a good friend.

What a shock! John was a gentleman and a happy individual with a heart as big as he was! We wish time spent with those we love could last forever and I know in your hearts--it will!

With my deepest sympathy in your loss and in ours!


John was always pleasant and loved to dance. I regret his passing.

I am sorry to hear of the passing of John and also sorry that I missed the funeral. I could have attended if I had known. John was friendly person and made us feel good.

John was a friend who counselled and consoled me, made me laugh, told me succinctly how men think, lunched with me, danced with me, and shared his progress as he updated his home. We were overdue to meet at Wegman's, grab a table in the corner, share stories about how life was going for us. John, I shall meet you again one day where all the food is delicious, all the music is danceable, all the people are lovable.Thank you for always being honest and sincere and caring, and as classy as any...

Many of us recall him at the various dances, such as the Elks Club supper/dances. Those who went on our Skywatch event last fall will recall that John met us there at Sky Meadows State Park, and helped me cook our barbecue. I remember the time last November when I walked (sort of, I was in a boot for my broken foot.) into the Elks Club supper/dance, and John immediately came up and asked what had happened. He always showed great concern for others, and the ladies who attended the...

john will be missed by his parents without partners friends. he attended many parties at my house. he was responsible for me getting another cavalier king charles named "maggie" when my dog passed away. john- we will miss you at our dances too. say hi to our friends, linda and carol. God be with you.

We enjoyed meeting up with John in the neighborhood when we walked our dogs. He would always stop to chat with us and loved to find out what Buzz and Cooper (he called them "the astronauts") were up to. He also attended our annual Jambalaya Fest each year and we learned that he could really put away some food! We'll miss you, John!