Condolence: We met John when he became our mail carrier several years ago. I retired from my job in 2013 and my wife and other family members got me a German Shepherd puppy as a gift. I was walking her one day in the front yard when John was making his rounds. That my friends was an immediate bond. He brought his best friend Rommel by as my Nettie got older. She knew what time John was due at our house and would pester me until I took her out to wait. A good soldier, animal lover and one great human being! Jim and Mitzi Goodman
Condolence: Heaven has gained an angel and a great person who touched the lives of many people with his smile and kindness always. Great Father, and he was so proud of his daughters and his Grandaughter Riley. God Bless all of you in this difficult time be blessed he was in your life.
Condolence: Was so very sorry to hear of John's passing. I was a coworker of his at the Post Office. What a kind, sweet man. My sympathies to his family and friends. May your memories of John help get you through this most difficult time.
Condolence: Our deepest condolences to John’s family. Sorry for the loss. I haven’t seen John in a long time. My best memories of John is when I was a kid and able to come to weekend drills at the Ligonier Armory and help out. Those were good old days. John you’ll be greatly missed.
Condolence: We would like to express our deepest condolences to John's family and friends. I will forever remember the great times as kids growing up in the same neighborhood and going to school together. John was a great friend and will be deeply missed.
Condolence: Sgt 1st class John Anderson was an incredible human being and valued member of Veteran "X" Westmoreland. Although his ability to attend groups was limited, he provided enthusiastic support during his phone call participation. During my last text exchange with John on November 13, 2019 he did not focus on his health and chose, instead, to ask about our group. When asked what the group could do for him, John responded "remember". Rest easy Sgt Anderson. Veteran "X" Westmoreland will remember and honor you and your service to our country. Hooah!
In loving memory,
Dawn Smitley, Veteran "X" Westmoreland and Devil Dogs 501 (c) 3
Condolence: John 11:25-26 NIV
25 Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in Me will live, even though they die; 26 and whoever lives by believing in Me will never die. Do you believe this?”
We pray that everyone touched by the loss of John can find some type of comfort in your time mourning.
Bob & Kerry Baker
Condolence: We remember Johnny fondly. We live next door to his uncle growing up. He was usually out working on his car with his friends and always had a kind smile and hello to our mom and us. Fun times at Johnny Bs Sunday nights. Our condolences to his loved ones. May he rest in Gods loving hands now. The Ridenour family.
Condolence: My condolences to John's family and friends .. John and I served in the 7th Infantry Division, more specifically, Bravo Company, 17th Infantry at Fort Ord, California. I got out in April of 1988 and didn't know John during that time frame, but several years ago we got together and talked about our unit and the many friends that we had in common .. I just heard that John was sick a few days before he passed away. God Bless you all ..