Meg, Chad, and family - Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Lori, Will & Haley Conroy
Meg and family,
My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time.
Dear Patrice and family Ė my deepest sympathies on the loss of such a talented man and wonderful person. John was one of the first people I became friendly with at
Westonís Kiwanis Club. He was an organized, productive,
and caring individual whose contribution to the community
will long be remembered. We shall all miss his greatly.
As I said in a message to other Kiwanians, anytime a peer goes onto another life it hurts, this one hurt especially. It was a true honor to have crossed his path.
Patrice and Family,
I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. I know he will be deeply missed.
With sincere sympathy,
I will miss John and his colabation on the projects we worked on for the Kiwanis annual golf tournament. he was great at getting our brochure just right and worked well wth our sponsors to get the logo's and colors correct. His presence and his charm will be missed by all Kiwanians.
Dear Pat and Family,
Please accept our deepest condolences on your loss of John. He did so much to help enrich others lives. His contributions to our Kiwanis club leave a legacy that will be difficult to follow and to fill.
Our prayers and thought are with all you.
Love, Judi and Sam Freedman
I am so glad you brought John to our high school reunion last spring! Bob and I have fond memories of him. We are remembering you and your children in our thoughts and prayers.
A few years ago I received a call from John. He was soliciting local businesses for gifts that Kiwanis would use for its Charity Golf Tournament raffle. He wanted to know if I would help him in his efforts. I didnít know John very well at the time, but the event was an important fund raiser for local charities so I agreed to work with him. John and I met for four consecutive Fridays at the park and ride at Exit 42 of the Merritt Parkway. It rained each of those Fridays. We were, to be kind, modestly successful in our solicitation efforts. However, we had a great time. I found that John had a marvelous intellect. We talked about economics, politics and the church. After that experience Iíd seek John out at various events and weíd talk about economics, politics and the church (smile). John was a decent man. He was honest, straight forward and sensitive. The last time we were together we shared a table at the Kiwanis Christmas party. We talked about economics, politics and the church (bigger smile). But most of all we talked about China. He really enjoyed that trip. I was most interested in his insights regarding the Chinese emphasis on education and the development of the Chinese middle class. Iíll miss seeing John and sharing ideas with him. Iíll miss listening to him. There arenít and never will be enough decent men in this world. John will be sorely missed.
Dear Patrice and Family
Am very sorry to hear about John's death.
I remember his cheerful smile and good humor. He will be sorely missed.
With great sorrow we learned about the passing away of John Schramm
We are the neighbours from 5 Hermit Lane and we knew John's kindness and appreciated his friendly attitude
To Mrs. Schramm and the rest of the family our sincerest condolences
Judith and Herbert Auslander
I am so sorry to hear of John's passing. I know how difficult this is for you and your children. He was a wonderful family man, there will be a huge void in your life. Please be comforted by your memories of life with him and the knowledge that some many people are praying for peace for all of you and eternal peace for John.
Patrice, my condolences on the passing of John to the other side of life. I am sure he is at peace with our Lord.
I rarely look at the Forum but this morning I did. I trust your many friends and your family will support you in this time of personal sadness.
God bless you and yours!
Father Jerry Devore