John J. Maranville, Jr.
November 16, 1946 – May 22, 2022
He was preceded in death by wife, Janet L. Daniels-Maranville; parents, John and Irene; brother, Roland. He is survived by children: Jennifer Hoelker (Michael), Kim Schneckenberger (Justin), Heather Cox, and Jeff Maranville and their families; grandchildren: Jazz, Jaden, Kenadee, and McKinlee; sister, Cecilia Seward (Buster); brother, Cecil Maranville (Gale); many nieces and nephews.
CELEBRATION OF LIFE SERVICE: Friday, June 3rd at 11am at the West Center Chapel. Private Interment.
Memorials may be directed to the family.
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My deepest sympathy to John’s family and friends.
I worked with John and patrol. My memories of him are of his great smile and infectious laugh. I always thought of him is just one of the good guys. No words I have will help you through. But, remember he’s not forgotten.
John was always professional and always had the back of any fellow officer. With highest respect, Rest In Peace John you did your duty.
Fantastic individual was an honor to know him
John was one of the great guys I knew at OPD and latter on at the Marshal Service in our retirement years. He was a Gentleman and a pleasure to be around. He’ll be missed by us all. I’ll remember John and family in my prayers to help you through this difficult time. May God bless.
A great officer and friend who always had a smile. A pleasure to work with and be with on and off the job. Thanks for the great memories John.
Worked with John for a long time. Played softball together for years. What a great man he will truly be missed!!
An all around nice guy. It was great working patrol with John.. Another transplanted East Coaster like myself. RIP.
As my colleagues have said, John was 1st a true gentleman. He was the officer we all wanted to work with and he earned everyone’s respect – on and off the job. Your family will have our prayers and our deepest sympathy.
So sorry to hear. Friendly, great sense of humor, and all-around nice guy..
John was truly one of the good guys. A cop you could always count on.. Professional when it mattered He had a great sense of humor and will be missed.
RIP my friend 😢 you truly were made of blue and they don’t make cops like you from the “good ole days”.
My prayers 🙏 and sympathy to all whose life you graced.💔❤💙
Thoughts & Prayers to the family.
My sincere condolences and prayers to John’s family and friends.
John was a pleasure to know and talk to.
Always in good humor and a credit to his profession.
It was a privilege to have known him and I wish him the
Rest in Peace with God.
On behalf of my part of the family, thank you all for your gracious comments.
So sorry for your loss. John was just a great all-around man. He loved his family country and puppies. I worked with John at OPD and the Federal Courthouse. He will be missed!
John was one of my first FTO trainers, we worked the (1-3-5) relief crew midnights….Great officer who was a excellent mentor, and taught me how to be street wise in our profession…he will be missed…!
I knew John through work at the federal courthouse. He always had a smile and an upbeat greeting. My condolences to his family and friends. May he rest in eternal peace.
John was truly a great officer and always a credit to his profession. It was extremely an honor to have worked with him and consider him my friend. He will be missed.
Sorry to hear. John was a Good Person-Good Police Officer-(and could hit a softball a mile!)