Love you and miss you Uncle John. Ace
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
With fond memories of our families together.
The Buettner family
We are so saddened and so very sorry to hear of the loss of your dear John. You were always my two favorite people at Brandywine. John brought laughter to any occasion, and I loved the way he looked at you, with that twinkle in his eyes, as if you were still on your first date. Please, know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.
With love and sympathy,
Patty (Curtin) Radabaugh
Jane,we are sorry that we cannot attend the Memorial Service. I lead a Bible Study at that time. We remember John (and you) as great neighbors and friends. If you have any needs at anytime, please call us.
In Christian Love,
Steve & Sandy
I was so sorry to read of John's passing in the Blade. I have so many found memories of you both at Brandywine.
My deepest sympathy to you and your family.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
To the Phillips family,
Having worked with Tom for many years, and having taken care Mr. Phillips (John, as he always told me to call him), I can see how hard it is to lose him, but the good memories always seem to come through at a time like this. Hopefully that will ease your pain.
Bill & Melissa Amatucci
Dear Mrs. Phillips:
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of your loss. We pray God's goodness and mercy will uplift you and keep you.
Your friends and neighbors,
Dawn and Ron Gibbs
1872 Coconut Palm Circle
North Port, FL 34288
your friends at Emery Air Conditioning
Dear Jane: Just as the newspaper mentioned, John was a true gentleman, friend and neighbor. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. If I can be of any help to you and your family, you need only to call.
Marge & Tom Lawson
Jane--John was a favorite golf partner to all of us. One time he and I lost ten bucks each and our opponents skipped the bar and the drink they should have bought. Didn't bother John: we sat down at the bar and ordered two manhatans apiece from Clarence and put it on their bill. You and he are in my thoughts and prayers. Jim Proctor.
I worked with John at Curtin & Pease when we were still at the University of Toledo. Our offices were in the Spitzer building. Yes john was a great golfer but I still played with he, Jim Curtin and Gene Pease, usually out at PT. Place, nice and flat. God bless John. AL Donnelly, Sarasota ,Fl.
John and I were Fraternity Brothers at the University of Toledo in 1950.
I'm sorry I didn't know he lived so close to me or I would have tried to visit with him.
My wife Pat and I send our deepest sympathy
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.