In Memory

John Paul



 
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06/03/12 12:53 PM #1    

Brit Harvey

I think I first met JP when we were 8. Rode our bikes all over the neighborhood. JP was a big kid always ready to do whatever looked like fun. One time we were running around somewhere, maybe Frost Ampitheater. JP came too close to a water spigot with the handle removed and put a deep gouge in his leg. We could see what looked like muscle through the blood. JP didn't seem to be much bothered and we talked for a while about whether or not he had to tell his parents. Eventually he reluctantly agreed that a band aid wasn't going to cover it up and his mother would find out anyway, so he had to tell. We had a lot of fun.I miss you John Paul.

Brit


06/24/12 06:48 PM #2    

Virginia Currier (Martinez)

  Friend of many friends. Shocked to notice his passing in the list of classmates. Think he walked thru. at the 20th, when I attended that reunion. One of those fun kindly people you think will always be around. Helped my family move out of Harker Ave. Still have a photo of him on the front steps. A good person that Iam sure will be missed. RIP


01/12/15 05:34 AM #3    

Richard Adam Johnson

John was a friend from Addison days. While we traveled in different circles, John and his dad always had time for a kid who couldn’t hit a curveball….


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