John-Raniere,-Obituary

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John E. Raniere, Jr.

Romeoville, Illinois

Sep 10, 1945 - Jul 19, 2013 (Age 67)

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Sharon (Blondie), I'm sorry to hear of John's passing, news doesn't travel fast out this way. I could fill up 3 pages here remembering the good times I had with John, always cheerful, a fine gentleman and a one of a kind party animal. He will be missed by many. Ride in Peace my friend, we'll see you on the other side (with scotch).

PJ Jr.

I am very sorry to learn of John's passing.My mom,Anna Marie ODowd-Keating-Sullivan was Mary Rita first cousin, but I just heard today thru Marilyn Tufo.We will make a contribution to Misericordia with a request that they credit Maureen's son.Rest in peace John,Jesus by now has given you brand new legs and a strong heart.

My deepest condolences to my good friend Maureen and the entire Raniere family. Going back many years to the "old neighborhood," my late husband, Joe Morelli, knew the family quite well. John fought a great battle and will be remembered for his courage during his illness and, of course, his smile. He is now at peace. Nancy Morelli and Family.

To Marge and the entire Raniere family, my deepest condolences.

My sincerest condolences to the Raniere family. Although I never knew Billy's dad, it is obvious he was a good man. May God bless you all.

Tim Gardner

Sharon, my deepest sympathies to you and your entire family. John leaves me with many great memories. John's lover of life will not be forgotten. Craig Mckee

Dear Sharon,
Words cannot begin to express my feelings regarding John's death. I am so very sorry for your great loss of your love, your friend, your companion, your completion John has always been such a wonderful man to his children and friends and his loss will be felt by so many. John was always there to cheer others and make their recoveries less painful. John was virtually the first person to welcome me into the family with a special, unforgettable toast. Even when he lost...

Sharon, our thoughts and our prayers are with you and your entire family at this difficult time. May God comfort you and give you strength. Our deepest condolences. Don and Jan Ashcraft

John---I have enjoyed your friendship since our high school years. Even though you are in a better place now our friendship will never end.

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John E. Raniere, Jr., 67, passed away on Friday, July 19, 2013 in Romeoville, IL. Born on September 10, 1945 in Chicago, IL to John E. Raniere, Sr. and Mary Rita Raniere. John graduated from St. Ignatius High School in Chicago in 1963; he then attended the University of Notre Dame, where he...

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