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Joe Doyle posted a condolence
Thursday, July 11, 2019
John, many fond and fun memories from our days in the 34 back in the 60’s and 70’s. May you Rest In Peace my brother.
Rose and Ralph Urrico posted a condolence
Wednesday, July 10, 2019
There are no words that could ever take away the sadness we feel. We say goodbye to a beautiful human being. It is difficult to let go of someone so special. God has called one of his angels back to the peace of heaven. John will truly be missed. We will hold onto wonderful memories. His family and his friends were graced by his presence on this earth. The memories will always be in our hearts. John's love for his wife Carol and his family, as well as the care and sacrifices he had for others was immeasurable. Although death is never easy to accept, it is part of life. But death cannot touch the spirit that is in us forever. Those we love are never actually gone. In our hearts, there will always be a special place for John. Although now we say goodbye, our faith tells us that we will meet up again one day. May God bless his gentle soul. Our sympathy and words of comfort go out to his loving family. May our prayers help you get through this tough time. And may the good Lord give John's family a peaceful heart to ease the pain and sorrow. God's peace be with you. Our love always. Your cousins, Rose and Ralph Urrico.
Anthony Tetro posted a condolence
Tuesday, July 9, 2019
My brother John, I met you July 7th 1985 on the steps of the old 34 pct. Wadsworth ave. station house. You waited for me after working a late tour just to greet me and you were the very first person I met. From that day forward you became a teacher and mentor to me and many, and for that I am very grateful. This world has lost a great cop and a greater man but Heaven gained a warrior, until we meet again, Rest Easy my brother