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Ben Brothers
It's my sincere belief that one can not truley comprehend the beauty of life until they face adversity and hardship. Unfortunately one of the most peaceful and caring souls I have ever met had to endure extreme hardship the likes of which I can not fathom, yet I know that John passed away with a true understanding of just how blessed any of us are to grace this earth. Although he passed young it is my belief that John's experiences taught him more than anyone could hope to learn in a hundred years. He will live on in the souls of those that knew him and in a wife and family that are amazing.
The Nawrockis
Mary, John, & Cynthia, - LJ could have searched the world over and not found three more wonderful people to nourish, support, and cherish his brief and shining life. Our hearts and tears are with you at this sad time. Much love and peace - Susan & Mike
Tim Pinney
I never knew John personally but I knew that everyone loved him, and that tells me volumes about this man. Cynthia, Mr. And Mrs. Rust, I am truly sorry for your loss and my thoughts and prayers are with you.
Amy McAleese
Some of my best memories of John are from Elementary School! He was the fastest kid in the third grade and he was never without his Braves baseball cap. One time, in Mrs. Wines' class, i was talking with friends when we were supposed to be quiet. Mrs. Wines came in, angry and wanting to know who was talking; i was so scared and embarrassed to get in trouble and started turning red, my eyes tearing up. John was at my table that day and he saw how scared I looked. He raised his hand and took the blame for me! John was a truley good and compassionate person. I will miss him greatly. My love and thoughts are with you Cynthia and Rust Family.
Ashley Ford
Hey,
Im Not Really Sure What To Say...Im At A Loss For Words...May Peace Be With You...Cynthia, Stay Strong And Know There Are People Here To Support You.
The Mercers
From both Vermont and Virginia, we send our best to all John's family and friends. His love of life and sharing with others left many of us better people because we knew him. Let's all remember his good nature and let his example give new meaning and purpose to those he has left behind.
awnt mary
LJ, I just read your essays. Your words bring you fully back. I miss you bud.
Cynthia, nothing else could have expressed so well the amazing woman that you are and your capacity to love.
Courtney Fisher
John didn't seem to feel pity for himself,only thankfulness for those close to him. It's amazing how these human gifts we get to meet sometimes can stay with us forever, even though they have a short time on this Earth. I can tell John had Zest. A testiment to his family.
Robert Johnson
I read Little John's essay and was blown away. I hope you all read it.