John Mayeron
1954 - 2020
Restland Funeral Home and Memorial Park
13005 Greenville Ave
Dallas, TX
In Loving Memory of John Mayeron who passed away on September 15, 2020.
Published by Dallas Morning News on Sep. 15, 2021.
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John was at first a valued resource for my baseball book library, but over time we became friends and gabbed at length about things baseball. He met me at the San Marcos SABR meeting when Dr. Bobby Brown spoke, and a memorable time it was! I was shocked when I learned of John's untimely passing, and I already miss him. I offer my condolences to Barbara, Kyle, and all his loved ones, and I know in my heart he is enjoying baseball in heaven.
Mark J Wernick
April 13, 2021
John and his family lived on Monterey right down the street from us growing up. He was a very nice person. I remember thinking his house was always so beautiful. I’m so sad about this.
Cheryl Greenberg Blahnik
February 3, 2021
Thank you for coming to this site. I am John's sister and have created a video I think you will like. Here is the link:
You will have to copy and paste. Once again, thank you for thinking of my brother.
Candace Mayeron
November 7, 2020
I am so sorry for your loss
although I haven't spoken to John since I left St. Louis Park in 1972 i will always remember the good times in high school
May his memory be a blessing
mickey goldstein
October 21, 2020
Cynthia Weist
October 4, 2020
Babs, or Kyle, like my post the other day mentioned I hope to have the oppoto meet each of you some day, your husband and father was a very special man and I want to personally tell each of you how sorry I am for your loss and selfishly how much I’m going to miss him;never thought I could come to know someone so well in such a too short one year that I will miss so much. As I said in my post the other day I feel as though I know the two you because of how often he spoke about each of you, with a deep sense of loss and sincerity please reach out when you have time, or a need. Deepest condolences, Robert Gaudin 817-875-1444
Robert Gaudin
September 20, 2020
Kandis Greco
September 19, 2020

My heart goes out to all of John's family. I first met him years ago as Johnee the sweetest little brother imaginable . He grew into a wonderful sweet man with terrific qualities as a father, husband, brother and mastered all those things fabulously..I will remember him as as he passed from johnee to john in all those rolls..a roll model , a true gentleman who leaves a gaping hole in "all" of our hearts ..
Carol Cohen
September 19, 2020
I met john through his sister, Candace , and had several long talks with him over our mutual love; baseball. We attended a World Series game together. John was a very interesting man with a ton of good stories and he possessed one of the best memorabilia collections I know of. I am saddened by his loss and my heart goes out to Candace, who worshipped him, his wife and his son and his daughter-in-law. John will live on in all those who loved him.
Joseph Russell
September 18, 2020
I am so sad to hear of John's passing. I have so many fond memories of our early years in high school. John was one of the kindest souls, friendly to everyone he met and always left a huge impression on all he knew. He will be deeply missed. May his name forever be a blessing.
Chelle Woolley
September 17, 2020
Marcella Smith
September 17, 2020
Cynthia Blacketer
September 17, 2020
My heart is broken for all of you.
You are in my thoughts and prayers .
Rochelle Daniels-Ratzloff
September 17, 2020
My heart is broken for all of you.
John was a gentleman first, after that ..his attributes are endless. Seeing John at or 45th reunion Was a burst of energy and rekindled a friendship and memories of the best times we had growing up. There was never a dull moment, his heart was BIG, his spirit generous and I respected him as a friend and a man with integrity. I considered him my best friend. I would tease him and tell him he was the “best Eddie Haskell!” He could charm anyone into doing whatever. This was very true with parents, teachers...and socially. You are all in my prayers and I will forever be grateful to these times together. Blessings. Also, I love The Jesuits order and all it represents. Peace.
Rochelle Daniels-Ratzloff
Orono, Minnesota
Rochelle Daniels-Ratzloff
September 17, 2020
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