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My heart is so sad reading of Johns passing. He was a good friend to my husband Dave and myself.I have a lot of wonderful memories of the four of us together. John could always make me laugh. Dave went to be with the Lord in 2007. But, John and Lee (Linda) and I kept in touch all these years with Christmas cards, birthday wishes, spiritual texts, and cute cartoons and stories of support for our police officers and military. John recently sent me an Easter card with a beautiful hand written message. My love and prayers go out to Lee (Linda), Lori Jean, Johnny and Johns brother Bobby and all Johns family. Forever in my heart. ❤️🙏 Grace Hamilton
So sorry to hear of John's passing. A lot of us VietNam Veterans have been taken too soon. My sincere sympathy Linda and family for your loss. I am proud to have served with John in A/1/502 101st Abn. Div. in VietNam 68-69. May the Good Lord hold him in his arms and Bless all who knew him. Wally Morrow
John F. Fox
I join with my fellow Members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1469, in mourning the loss of John Bivona. I extend my deepest sympathy to his family, friends, and fellow Veterans. We will honor his service and sacrifice, and we are grateful for his dedication to our nation. JOHN F. FOX 2018 - 2019 National Deputy Chief of Staff Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of New York Home Phone: (631) 261-5879 Email: LoneOak34@hotmail.com
My sympathy to the family. I served with John in Vietnam. RIP brother your tour of duty is complete.
What a true Gentle-Man. I had the absolute pleasure of working with John in the late 90's into the early 2000's. I've had some truly good times at work, but few compare to times working with John. He truly touched so many people with his kind soul. I am happy we kept in touch long after you retired. John, thank you for the laughs and great days at work. I pray that you are finding your loved ones awaiting your arrival. May God bless you. May God bless your family through this sad time. Paul Chiofalo
Maurice j Cassidy
Jonny B It was a pleasure to have known you as a great friend an co worker we did a lot of things together weather it was at work or at your house or mine you were a good father an a good friend I will miss you Your friend Jim & Ginny
" What the who the" Johnnieboy my beloved friend and coworker I'll miss our talks and kidding around, he was a great guy! He was doing ok considering his health problems and really never complained he was a real trooper! We had some pretty good times working together, he was loyal and dependable not to mention funny and everybody who knew him never had a bad thing to say about him! I hope the best for Linda, they shared a love that can't be denied.. I miss you my friend maybe we'll be reunited again in the afterlife... Jim M.
Ginni Tascarella Truglio
"Johnny" was my first cousin and some of my best childhood memories are when we would come to stay for a week, visiting my other cousin John ( who lived a few doors down). I will never forget the time that the two Johnnies built a tree house and how elated I was to be invited to join them. Rest in peace, Johnny, and I am sure you will be reunited with your loving parents.
William M. Tascarella, Sr
Earlier Today, I wrote a Condolence for My Wonderful First Cousin John. I incorrectly reported that he was a U.S. Marine. John was a U.S. Army Sergeant with the 101st Screaming Eagles. John was also a Bronze Star Medal Recipient Decorated due to his Bravery & Valor on the Battle Field. Drafted in 1968 as an Infantryman, John helped save many Lives in Vietnam. His Son John served in the US Marines.
William M. Tascarella, Sr.
John was a Strong Honorable Man. He was a U.S. Marine and a Vietnam Veteran. John supported his fellow Marines both Men and Women alike. He was a Very Hard Working Patriotic , Proud American. He valued Family and was a Good Husband, Father, as well as a Wonderful Brother and Friend. To all that were fortunate to have known him well, you could rest assured that John always had your back. He was Old School in the sense that what was Right, mattered. And, he wasn't afraid to speak out if He felt that someone or something wasn't right. He used E-Mails to Promote Humor and Military Stories to Let the Good Light Shine on those deserving individuals that helped others unselfishly. We will all miss this Wonderful, Warm, Gritty, High Spirited, Honest Man.
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