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IV YORK John Franklin Palmer, IV, 66, "The Mailman", passed away Thursday, December 5, 2013, at the York Hospital. He was the husband of Ruth M. Palmer. He was born October 5, 1947, to the late John F. and Mary Palmer III. In his youth, he was a member of the Smalls AME Zion Church and Bethel AME Church. John graduated from William Penn Senior High School in 1966 where he excelled in Track and Cross Country. In track he was part of the "Fearless Four", known as one of the fastest relay teams for York High. He later joined the U.S. Army where he was honorable discharged and bestowed honors of Purple Heart and two Bronze metals for his service in the Vietnam War. John has been known as "The Mailman" throughout the city for his committed service to the U.S. Postal Service for 37 years. His other memberships are Social Friendship F&AM #42, Life Member of American Legion Post #794, Life Member of American Legion Post #127, Life Member of American Legion Post #556. Member of Elks Lodge, Life Member of Purple Hearts, Life Member 101st Airbourne, Life Member Vietnam Post #35, Life Member Combat Infantry, Florida, Member of Vietnam Vets of Florida. He is survived by his children, John Palmer, V (Beatrice), Portia Palmer-Bryant (Lester), Jackie Leonard Palmer (Keona), Jaris Palmer and Carl E. Williams III who was like a son; grandchildren, Denatia Palmer, John F. Palmer VI, Leasha Bryant, Jaylin Master Bryant, Tiani Palmer and Jackson K. Palmer.; and a brother, Wayne "Buster" Palmer. He was preceded in death by a son, Ronald Palmer and a grandson, Jamere Marquis Palmer. Viewing will be Thursday 6 to 8 p.m. and Friday 9 to 11 a.m. at Smalls AME Zion Church 401 S. Queen St. Rev. Adrian Boxley and Rev Robert O. Bailey Officiating. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. Arrangements by Phillips Funeral Home, Baltimore, Maryland.

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Published in York Daily Record on Dec. 10, 2013.
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August 7, 2020
Good morning babe. Happy Purple Heart Day. I miss you so much.
Love, your wife
July 14, 2020
Hey babe. I miss you so much. Words can not express how I feel with your absence. Your kids are fine. Too many times I want to just call your name to talk with you.
Love you babe, till we meet again. RIH
Ruthie
Spouse
December 5, 2019
My Johnny,
Today is December 5, 2019, and on this day, in 2013, you heard Our Heavenly Father call your name. You would always say; babe, when God is ready for me, Ill be ready to go. Dont you worry, Ive already lived longer then I should have. Johnny wasnt afraid of death. Six (6) years have gone by and I still miss you tremendously. Life may go on, but your absence is still hovering in my heart and mind. Till death do us part absolutely. I love you John and always will.
Your Wife,
Ruthie
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Good Morning and thank you for coming as we reflect on the life of John F. Palmer IV
I am one of his four sons, Jackie and I find myself obligated to say a few words
My dad was born in 1947
A time of segregation
Brown vs Board in 1954
A time when Jackie Robinson was breaking the color barrier
And the main form of employment for Black women was being a maid
My dad spoke to me about growing up on the west side of York
And how you had to be tough to survive
It was worthy of note he used the word survive
He did not say do well for one's self, or to get by or to be successful
It was survive and I'm sure he meant mentally just as much as physically
He would use the phrase our ancestors to me all the time while we would watch tv
and he'd explain the struggle and survival required to be here today.
Be it those viewed as chattel, those sharecropping, or those simply here and gone.
In this context my dad was a survivor
He told me his daddy was a Korean war vet absent
He credited his grandmother with his upbringing
Survive
He stated she taught him right from wrong, the value of hard-work, and to save your money
My dad told me he signed up for the United States Army at 17, joining the 101st Airborne (purple heart bronze star for valor)
I asked why and he said because we would have been drafted anyway son and at least by volunteering I could be in the same group as my friends.
Survive
Due to his grandmother my dad became a man of right and wrong who valued hard-work, and saved some money.
My dad was not a poet laureate by any means but he told me from an early age
son if you want something in life, you have to work hard for it
My dad was not the proverbial friend parent
My dad was my father
My dad was my Sheppard
He was my protector, my provider, and my teacher.
He was old school
He was the judge, jury, and executioner.
He bestowed upon me all the tools essential to develop into the man I am
I simply watched him.
Learning lessons as I matured.
Subtract my dad from my life and I am not the son, brother, husband, father, friend, or man you see today.
I feared my pops but it was really a fear of disappointing my dad.
I feared getting beat too.
Not abused but sometimes you deserve a whooping.
For those who choose an alternate path for their kids, God help you.
Taught me discipline, respect, and gave me a solid work ethic.
Tools we all need to survive in this chaotic world.
I never saw him quit.
Even after cancer consumed his internal organs my dad's heart and mind launched a rebellion refusing to quit.
When my grades were dipping low in school, I thought of my dad, can't quit.
At the academy while the United States Secret Service was kicking my butt I thought of my dad, can't quit.
When my nephew Jamere took his own life five years ago, I looked at my dad
He was in dismay but did not quit, can't quit.
When my brother Ronald died from cancer five years ago, looked at my dad, I did not quit.
My dad is here lying before me at this very moment. I will not quit.
I will survive as he did for through sacrifice, survival, and perseverance we progress.
Every time a person approaches me and gives me a compliment that is attributed
Directly to my mother and father
I want to share a quick testimony
My father was going thru a very rough spell in the hospital over thanksgiving
My wife, brother and I had to return to Virginia for work Sunday morning
While I'm sitting looking at my dad the devil began whispering in my ear
I started listening
And found myself in a dark place
My brother tuned to a popular tv pastor who began talking about how when we
Pray to God we should be praying not for things but pray to God and thank him for
The victories he has already given us in the past and the future victories we shall receive
He spoke about David and the victories David received prior to defeating Goliath
The more I listened to the Word the less I listened to the devils words and with my dad laying there tubes everywhere I found peace
Now when I first arrived to dad's room the nurse said he was doing better and even breathed on his own for an hour without the ventilator
But I wasn't trying to hear that because I was listening to the devil
I looked outside the room and asked my wife Keona do you think those doctors going room to room are coming over here?
Next thing I know those doctors are at my dad's door and I'm listening
One says we can take the ventilator off.
They ask me is it alright to remove the ventilator and I said sure if you think he is ready
Little did I know God said he was ready
I tell you
they pulled the tubes from the pit of his stomach out his mouth and the nurse asked him can you say hi?
And my dad gave a raspy hi in response it was one of the most amazing things I have ever seen or heard
I was perplexed
He was talking, laughing, and raising his arms for two straight days
On the third day when we were home we got another call to come back because he took another turn for the worse
We get there and once again he was communicating fine
He passed two days after that
I called it a miracle because there was one doctor standing next to his bed stating people in his condition cannot do what he done.
It was like God saidJackie
It is your dad's time to go but since you've begun doubting me and listening to who you should not listen to I will truly show you who I am
I will strengthen your father to speak and move freely
And you will know God
And that is what happened
I end in stating no man is perfect
Our life here on this world is limited
Until that time expires please make attempts to fix wrongs
Those with biblical understanding know that God favors forgiveness
Please do not allow pain, fear, and depression to rule your life.
Those are not God's words or God's plan for you.
That is another entities plan along with the third of fallen angels who support it
Dad I hope I have honored you this morning.
I love you and I will continue your legacy.




I would like to read a scripture a friend gave me.
Psalm 100:1
Shout for joy to the Lord, all the earth
Worship the Lord with gladness; come before him with joyful songs.
Know that the Lord is God.
It is he who made us, and we are his; we are his people, the sheep of his pasture.
Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise;
Give thanks to him and praise his name.
For the Lord is good and his love endures forever;
His faithfulness continues through all generations

Your Son,
Jackie Palmer
Jackie Palmer
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Jackson and his Mom, Keona
December 1, 2015
Johnny and the Mayor of York
December 1, 2015
Son, Jaris
December 1, 2015
The Palmers at sister, Portia's Wedding
December 1, 2015
Johnny, Jac and Uncle Lenny
December 1, 2015
Your son, Jac and Family
December 1, 2015
Your son, Jaris and Grandson, Jackson
December 1, 2015
Oldest grand-daughter, Nasha
December 1, 2015
Jackson and his God-Father
December 1, 2015
Folding of American Flag
November 26, 2015
Happy Thanksgiving and Happy Anniversary all in one babe. It's 34 years ago that we got married. "Till death due us part" babe. I know you are good and in time I will be too. Miss you a lot and love you always.
Today is Thanksgiving and we all have a lot to be thankful for. I thank God for you and the kids in my life.
Always and Always,
Your Wife, Ruthie
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Well babe, your book is about to close and I feel myself wanting to write to you all the time. R.I.P. babe, and thanks to Almighty God your family is doing well.
Another Christmas is upon us and your Grandson will be 2 yrs. old. Where has the time gone?
We all thank God for the man you were to your wife, children and friends.
We love you Dad. Till we see you again.

The Family Of:
John Franklin Palmer, IV
November 15, 2015
Johnny and his sons, Jaris & Ronald
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Johnny and nephew, Johnny
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Johnny and his kids
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Johnny and his boys, Jac & Jaris
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Johnny and wife, Ruthie
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Johnny's buddy, Juny
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Arlington National Cemetary, RIP
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Proud of our Veteran
November 15, 2015
Hi Pop Pop, I'm Jackson your grandson
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Mr John Franklin Palmer, IV
October 4, 2015
10/4/15

My Johnny,
Babe another year has gone by and the 5th is your birthday. I thank God that you never suffered, it all happened so fast. Letting go is certainly a lot harder.
I miss you everyday and it seems that I had you to talk to for a long part of my life and I miss that the most.
I will always love you, babe and
HAPPY BIRTHDAY

Love you, your wife
Ruthie
December 16, 2014
To my Friend;
John F Palmer, IV, Army Veteran, Purple Heart and Bronze Star recipient, which means that he was a "giant among men", as well as being one of the most decorated men in York, Pa.
I came to York in, in 1997; I first met J.P. at the American Legion Post 794, where we had our first, of many conversations about our life's experiences.
I quickly learned that he had some special topics and interests:
1. His wife, Ruthie
2. His children and their
accomplishments
3. His family & friends
4. York, Pa
5. Being a postal worker
6. His Country
7. His service in the U.S. Army,
especially the 101st Airborne
Both of us, being Vietnam Veterans, were able to exchange a few war stories. I knew that he was awarded a purple heart, for wounds he sustained in Vietnam. We talked of the time he spent in Colorado, recovering from wounds and why he became a Denver Bronco Fan.
J.P. had a strong interest in military history. When I did research for different projects like, The Buffalo Soldiers, The Tuskegee Airman, the desegregation of the US Military, I would share the information with him, because he loved the military along with his and the service of African Americans.
J.P. was a life member of the American Legion #127 & 794, Veterans' of Foreign Wars # 556, as well as a member of his 101 Airborne Association.
J.P. wanted every one to know and remember the contribution of African Americans in this countries conflict.
He was the organizer for the 127 and 794 Vets to attend the annual veterans' day breakfast, he made sure we all had tickets, which I missed this year, because he didn't call, as a result, I missed the event for the first time since 1998.
We will all miss our brother, our friend, our neighbor and our comrade, but we will always remember his smile, gentle manner, his love for his family, and the pride of his children's accomplishments.
His legacy is one that cannot be duplicated, but one we all should honor and remember.
Rest I peace my friend and comrade!!

Your Friend,
Leo Cooper
December 14, 2014
Johnny
You were like one of my brother's to me. And I will miss you deeply. And now you are in a better place.
Never to be forgotten
Love Always
R.Mohr
December 10, 2014
Ronald Sims
December 10, 2014
I can not believe you have been gone for a year Johnny. I am so grateful for the time I got to know you, to be friends, to be part of your family. Michael and I think of you every single day. Your personality shines through in Junie. I am sure you are up in heaven looking down and laughing as we throw the ball for him for the thousandth time that day. You will never be forgoten.
Love
(Aunt) Monica
December 8, 2014
Dear Johnnie,
Where do I begin, You will be always be OLD MAN, to me. I Loved you then and I will miss your caring way that you had for Shannon and I.
love you always, Margo and Shannon
December 5, 2014
Hey dad , it's hard to believe that a year has gone by, I'm missing you so much. Still feels so fresh to me i often find myself wondering why you had to leave. I think of you all the time, your smile, how proud you were of me, our breakfast dates our lunch dates and our yard cleaning days. We had a special father and daughter bond. We liked the same things, and if something made me mad it made you mad too, you were always on my side. No one will take your place. I'm not one much for words but I love and miss you . Your daughter.
Portia
December 5, 2014
Uncle Johnny,

It has been a year today that God has called you home. There is not a day that goes by that you are not thought of in a loving and funny way. I often think of all the conversations we shared. I could always talk to you about anything. Thank you for always listening to me and providing me with positive guidance. Today at the VFW Post 556 your friends and I reminisced about all of the good times we had with you and how you were full of life and fun. Myself and Shonna laugh about all of the times we would try to buy you a new movie as a gift and how you would already have the movie. We will always love you.

Carl "Lil Johnny" Williams III and DaShonna Hedgepeth
Carl Williams III
December 5, 2014
Uncle Johnny

How time flies. I can't believe it's been a year already. I remember all the times you made me laugh. All we had was good times together. There was never a dull moment around you. My sisters and I still talk about you, and how funny you were. Making us smile and giving us your love was more than we could of asked for. You will always be in our hearts. We miss you all the time. We will always be grateful to have had someone as amazing as you in our lives. Its still not easy. Things like this aren't meant to be. But you will live on in us until we meet again. We love you so much Uncle Johnny.
Maliah Ramos
December 4, 2014

Mr. Palmer
It has been almost a year since we said our final goodbye, I remember it as if it were yesterday. Although it has not been easy, the many good memories we have of you bring about smiles and laughter. Thank you for always making me feel like a daughter, laughter at my expense only made me feel more like one of your own :-) I love you and I miss you but your memory will forever live on.

Never to Be Forgotten

Never to be forgotten is....
The smile upon your face

Never to be forgotten is......
All the pain you help to erase

Never to be forgotten is......
Your heart and love so true

You had to leave but will never be forgotten
For our lives are richly blessed
To have had the pleasure of knowing you

"Gees O Boom"

Rest Easy Mr. Palmer

Love Always
Keona Palmer
December 3, 2014
My Johnny,
This is a poem you gave to me;

When you've loved someone for as long as you can remember, and you can no longer imagine an unshared tomorrow, you have discovered the meaning of forever......

I miss you everyday and everyday after that. My life has surely been blessed with you in my life. Love you

Your Wife, Ruthie
December 3, 2014
Good afternoon everyone;
I would like to first thank you all for coming today to show your respects to my Father and supporting my family and friends. Today is a special day and as I may not know all of you, today, I consider everyone apart of our family during this time of grief.

With that being said, this is a celebration of John F Palmer, IV's life and his achievements. My Dad was a special and loving man. And looking out at all of you here today he has touched many lives. Growing up, II looked up to my Dad. I was always amazed at what he has done and his selflessness. I didn't quite understand the magnitude of this as a child, but as a man, I understand all he has done and represented very well.

I have had the honor of knowing him as a Father, Friend and Brother in Arms. He was always strong and there for family and friends. And though I wasn't ready for this time to come, he fought his fight many years ago and stood tall. And again, he went once more into the fray and showed me what heroism and bravery really means. I will never forget my Father and will always honor his name. After all, he was always proud of me, even when I wasn't proud of myself. I told him that I was ready when he was ready, and that I will see him when I get there.

Go placidly amid the noise and haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence. As far as possible, without surrender, be on good terms with all persons. Nurture strength and spirit to shield you in sudden misfortune. Do not distress yourself with dark imaginings. Many fears are born of fatigue and loneliness. And whether or not it's clear to you, no doubt the universe is unfolding as it should.

Love you Dad,
Your Son, Jaris
November 20, 2014
Hey babe;
What happened? And what happened to our time together? Hind site can really set ones mind to re-live the sequences of your life.
I, everyday for maybe a year have been really thinking about us - where we live and if we'd stay, the thought of having a new grandson, would we move closer to them, the only thing that never changed, is that we would be together.
Well, since the destiny of avenues are not ours, I can think back to see I was being prepared for where we are now and so were you. People always say, "God won't give you more than you can bear". Well, I'd like to say, "God prepares us for the things we will have to bear".
Looking back all I can say is, I was forced to drive more, make decisions more, handle our finances, just forced to do things that I never had to worry about before. Consequently, practice makes perfect.
My life will never be the same. I married and loved my best friend and I thank God for the union. Johnny you while sick was able to say to me, "honey no regrets" and I replied, "no regrets", and at that moment you were actually not thinking of you but of me. I thankyou for that love and thoughtfulness.
You made loving another person worth sharing with every other person what love really means.
So babe, no more pain, no more sorrow, I will love you past all the tomorrows. Till I see you, Ronald, Jamere again.
Love,
Your wife Ruthie,John V, Portia, Jackie, Jaris and Grandkids
November 20, 2014
It got harder and harder since the day you left but still people keep telling me everything shall be okay
I know deep inside that it's better up there but we're not together which makes it unfair
Seems like yesterday that we were together then I opened my eyes to realize gone means forever
It hurts and it aches its slicing my heart for the rest of my life we shall be apart
I'm waiting for the future hoping to see you and I know your're fly
I hope that when I die you'll open up the gates for me
Having a Pop Pop with a heart made of gold...your're my favorite treasure which will never grow old
Family reunions will never be the same
Now that you're gone I have no one to turn to
I don't understand the meaning of Life
but I know God will assist me and make everything alright
You are officially gone but forever in my heart
You and me Poppy together, yet apart
Love you PopPop, your Grand-daughter
Nasha
March 6, 2014
Uncle Johnny,
I remember all the times you told me to make the best of situations. You always made me laugh, and brought nothing but a smile to my face. Words really can't express how much I miss you. You were so good to my sisters and I. We will always love you. All I have is happy memories of you. It hasn't been that long... I just still can't believe you're gone. I miss hearing your laugh and seeing your smiling face. I know you're in Gods hands and you're being taken care of. I love you so much Uncle Johnny.
Maliah Ramos
March 5, 2014
My Johnny,
Time is certainly not waiting for my heart to feel better. It's been 4 months already and I still feel like it was yesterday. However, time is allowing me to review in my mind all the things we've talked about over the years. It's funny how it all comes flooding back. You've taught me so many things over the years.
Honey, I am so grateful that you loved me and I loved you back. It certainly made blending two hearts as one a lot easier.
Everyday I would sing to you our song: God will take care of you - through everyday - all of the way - he will take care of you - God will take care of you. I took care of you NOW God is taking care of you.
No regrets babe, no regrets.
I love you Johnny, and will see you again.

Your wife, Ruthie
December 17, 2013
To The Family:

Please accept our condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.

Earth Has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal. Although it's difficult today to see beyond the sorrow, may looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow.

With Deepest Sympathy
The Barnes Family
Vineice Woodard
December 16, 2013
Dear Palmer Family,
Grief can be so hard during the holidays ,but your special memories will help you to cope. Johnny Bupp was a friend, neighbor ,and classmate(66).I will always remember his smile and the good times we shared growing up on West Princess Street.
Ruth Ritter Marable
December 14, 2013
To the family of Johnny:

Our deepest condolences during this time of bereavement. May you find comfort and peace in knowing that Heaven has a gentleman that is up there opening doors, pulling out chairs, and always offering an act of kindness with a friendly smile.

God Bless you all.
Darryl King & Lisha Sexton
December 13, 2013
Our hearts are heavy with sadness at the thought of your light no longer shining on this planet.It seems like yesterday that all the kids in the neighborhood were running up and down Princess Street laughing and playing. It was such a special blessing to have Jack and Jaris and Jared laughing and playing together like we did as kids!!!
To Ruthie and family, remember that GOD is only a prayer away
Jana Murray
Jared Murray
Jana Murray
December 12, 2013
We will always remember with kindness and laughter our days spent growing up on W. Princess St. in York. Johnny "Bupp" will always remain in our hearts and memories. To Ruthie and Family our prayers are with you as we know his Light will forever shine.
"Stevie Harley"(Stephanie Terry)
Dhalya Terry
Kris Harley
December 12, 2013
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.
December 12, 2013
Dear Ruthie and Family,

We are saddened to hear of the passing of your beloved Johnnie. Our hearts and prayers are with you at this time. Thank you both for sharing special times with us and giving us great memories we will always hold close in our hearts.

Love, Janet, JoAnne, Kim, Susan, Linda and Kelly Blouse
December 12, 2013
Wonderful memories are what we have of you,our love to the family keye,chuck,minnie Lowery Sis and Lawrence Tyler.
Sis Tyler
December 12, 2013
Portia & family - I'm sorry to hear about your loss. You are in my thoughts & prayers.
Lonja Calhoun
December 12, 2013
John, you will be missed by many but will remain in our hearts and thought of fondly. Carol Hill-Evans
December 11, 2013
Ruthie my heart goes out to you Jack and Jaris....especially during this time of year... if you need anything you know where I am....I miss you... keep thinking/ smiling about Jackson!!! God had a different path in mind for Johnny... Love you guys!!!! xoxo
Amy, Joe & Bella Schneider
December 11, 2013
TO THE PALMER FAMILY
GO REST HIGH ON THE MOUNTAIN.HOME AT LAST WITH OUR OTHER MILITARY FRIENDS.THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE TO OUR COUNTRY.MAY THE LORD COMFORT YOUR FAMILY IN THE DAYS AHEAD. SO SORRY I COULD NOT MAKE THE TRIP . REST IN PEACE.
WILLIAM PILLGREEN
December 11, 2013
ruthie i will truly miss my dear friendhewas always a part of the nelsons
December 11, 2013
Gonna miss seeing Johnny and hollering, Mary Jane and him hollering back, hey Dora. We've always considered ourselves family because my Uncle Frank,his sisters Sharon(Hun)and Lydia(Sissy)Palmers dad was my Moms brother.RIP to all of them.
Trish Weedon
December 11, 2013
To Ruthie and family. Our deepest thoughts and prayers we forward to you and family. John was loved and respected by so many. May God bless your family. From: Otto Sexton, and so many friends from Post 556.
Otto Sexton
December 11, 2013
Life long friends are hard to come by and Johnny was one of them and will be sorely missed

Rev. Kenneth Newman Sr.
December 10, 2013
Palmer Family, I am so sorry for your loss. Johnny Bulb was part of the Williams family. He and my uncle Willie were always together. I feel like I lost an uncle. He will be sorely missed.
April (Williams) Washington
December 10, 2013
Mrs. Ruth & Family-
My Deepest Condolence to you and your Family . God Bless Always
Dominic & Lora Manning
December 10, 2013
To the family....He only took his hand. God didn't take John from you, he only took his hand. May the Lord watch over the family with his love. Never forget a smile.
Jacquelyn (Jackie) (Banks) Roy
December 10, 2013
Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you.
TERRY NELSON
December 10, 2013
I grew up with "Johnny Bupp" back in our West End days! One of the nicest brothers you could ever meet. My deepest and most sincere condolences to the family.
Ada Donmartin
December 10, 2013
Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, but love leaves a memory that no one can steal. You will live in our hearts forever. Marty & Mary Lou Slusser
December 10, 2013
PALMER FAMILY MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY RIP JOHNNY MAILMAN PALMER
DEB GRAY
December 10, 2013
Ruthie,
My heart is breaking for you during this holiday season. I am so sorry for your loss. Try to focus on that beautiful baby boy that is coming very soon!!!! Much Love to You!
ashley kauffman(across the hall from Dr. K.)
December 10, 2013
As a proud member of The Class Of "66"Know Johnny Bubb will always be remembered I'm going to miss
U my dear friend God Bless U and may his light shine upon U rest in peace know Ruthie & Family you are in my heart and prayers God Bless you know your Husband & Father was loved and Respected that's for Sure!!
Dee Dee Woodyard McDonald
December 10, 2013
To: Ruthie, Bus and The Family my prayers are with you at this time. May GOD comfort you and hold you close to him. No words can express the lose that you feeling right now. GOD BLESS you all.
Robin Sweat
December 10, 2013
Ruthie and Family,
I am so sorry to hear about John! Such a pleasant and kind guy' You are in my thoughts and prayers,
Edie Searles-Spells
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