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John Cobb

John Cobb

  • August 22, 1921 - March 5, 2014
  • Shawnee, Kansas

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Dear Brenna, Larry and I were so sorry to hear about John's passing. I don't think I ever met a man that was so much fun to work with. I can remember him coming in to the office at the Shrine with always a smile on his face and a joke or two to tell. He will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Sharon and Larry Steele

Posted by: Sharon Steele - Overland Park, KS   Mar 09, 2014

Am visiting in Tenn. and sorry to hear about John, Brenda. Please remind the family that he is one of 30 WW II vets to be featured at the American Cemetery Museum
at Normandy. Long will he be remembered and thanked. My sympathy.

Posted by: A friend   Mar 09, 2014

Uncle John we know you are a better place rest in peace. We send our love Auntie Brenna, Pam and rest of the family. Dennis and Dyane Kramer

Posted by: Dennis Kramer - Jesup, GA - nephew   Mar 09, 2014

Dear Auntie Brenna, Pam, Tim, and family. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Every time I saw John, he had a joke. Not one, but,..several. I was amazed at how he could remember so many. He was such a happy person. And I envied his talent as an artist. His many paintings of the family farm, are so-o-o special. But what I remember the most, was his magic shows, at the family reunions. He would set up all of

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Posted by: A friend   Mar 09, 2014

Dear Auntie Brenna, Pam, Tim, and family. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Every time I saw John, he had a joke. Not just one, but,.. several. I was amazed how he could remember so may jokes. He was such a happy person, I envied his talent as an artist. His many paintings of the family farm, are so special. But what I'll remember the most, were his magic shows, at the family reunion. He would set up his

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Posted by: A friend   Mar 09, 2014

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