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Name : Bill & Chris Mulrenin
We morn the loss of you, but you are in a far better place than we are..... You shal always remain in our hearts/
Name : The Gottharts - Jack and Evelyn
All though we didn't know John personally he will always be in our thoughts and prayers.
Name : Margie Delfgaauw
Dear Kathy & Family: What a beautiful tribute to your brother. I know he would be so proud of you, Kathy. I am so sorry for the pain and anguish you and your family are experiencing, yet again. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you all. There is definitely another angel looking over everyone.
Name : Susan Heineman
I am Paul Campagnino's sister in law in Raleigh, NC. My prayers have been with all of you and will continue. May God bless and comfort you. In Jesus name, Susan
Name : Myra Conti
Dear Bill & Family: I can't tell you how sorry I am about your brother. The Sbarbaro family has had its share of sorrow. I will try and be at the memorial next Saturday. If I'm not there it will be because my own mom is very ill. She has been in the hospital for 3 weeks and we still don't know if she going to make it out. For sure, you and your family will be in my prayers and thoughts.
Name : Joe and Zulma Primeaux
Kathy: We feel in our hearts for all 5000 plus people lost in this tragedy, but knowing you and learning that your brother was one of these casualties makes our hearts hurt even more. Make you find comfort in your family and friend's love.
Name : Ken & Alexis Hood
Like many other young men in the scouts I met Johnny (and the whole Sbarbaro Family) Through Billy. Although I did'nt hang out with Johnny much I still have some great memories. Going to his bar after Beth and Jimmy's wedding then a week later after mine and Alexis's. And the image of John I'll always remember is that grin he had as he handed a homeless woman Corrines wedding bouquet. John we'll miss you brother. And to Rose and The Sbarbaro family, our thoughts and Prayers are with you, Keep the Faith.
Name : Kathy Will
Kathy: I can't imagine the heartache you must be feeling. Your whole family has been in my thoughts and prayers. Take comfort in knowing how much your brother was loved by everyone who knew him. You and Johnny had such a close relationship and that will stay with you in your heart forever.
Name : Darlene, Keith, Donny & Becky Halliwell
Joan, we are so sorry to hear about the loss of your cousin. Our world and our children's world has changed forever. May God's peace and his love be with you and your family.
Name : Joseph & Michelle Barbera
Viewing the beautiful family pictures made us feel totally closer to such a wonderful and loving family. I work with Bill For many, many years in Downstate Medical Center. Through the years as always we talked about the family, friends and the growing years for everyone. During a time like this I feel closer to Bill because he is such a sincere and humble friend of mine. My heart goes out for him and his family every blessed day he is at work. Even though I haven't met each and everyone of you, I know that I feel like I personally know you. At times it is difficult for me to find the right words to comfort Bill. He is a strong guy. He has the strength that we all must learn from. He tells me how his brother did alot of loving things for the family and friends. His brother John was a traditional man. His family came first no matter what the situation was. The strong, deep, profound love he had for his mother. John loved to be around the little children in the family...he cared and loved everyone. With love & Sympathy, Joe Barbera
  
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