- November 30, 1924 - December 15, 2012
- Chardon, Ohio
of Warren John's Passing
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Memories & Candles
My condolences on losing your father, David. You were always a good son. I remember Mr. J as being very distinguished with his full head of white hair and possessing a wonderful sense of humor. We loved to tease each other when he visited you at Cablevision.
Posted by: Phyllis Miller Dec 21, 2012
Dear David, Laura and Beth,
I am so sorry to hear about your Dad's passing. David, thank you for calling Mom and Dad - Aunt Jane and Uncle Red meant so much to them - oh the stories they tell ......
While it has been since I was child since I've seen Red. I enjoyed your Mom's annual visits to the Cape - we loved her so and looked forward to seeing her each year. Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers.
With Love, Betsy Frazier Roper
Posted by: Betsy Frazier Roper - Simsbury, CT - Friend Dec 20, 2012
I grew up with Beth and spent time at her home. I always admired her parents and both did a fabulous job of raising their children. I do remember "ham, ham, ham" at the Maple Festival! What a wonderful memory that pulled from my mind as I read it in the obituary. My heart goes out to the family. May Heaven bring you happiness and peace "Red". ~Ilanthe
Posted by: Ilanthe Woods-Marino - Youngwood, PA - friend Dec 19, 2012
Growing up next to the Jevnikar's on South St. was such a wonderful time in my life. It brings back so many fond memories that are impossible to all list here. I can honestly say Mr. Jevnikar (as I am strangely compelled to still call him even at sixty years old) is one of those men who made a difference in my life. He was a very generous man who set many good examples for me to follow as I
Posted by: Jay K. Brindo; Sr. - Chardon, OH - Family Friend Dec 17, 2012
That is the perfect picture!!! That's how I remember him best. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of loss. Many Blessings in the healing process!!
Posted by: Janice Black - Burton, OH - friend Dec 17, 2012
I'll miss you Uncle Red. I always enjoyed spending time with you.
Posted by: Marc F. Burr - Chardon, OH - Longtime friend Dec 16, 2012