John P. Wood
Mar 25, 1990 – Mar 9, 2018
Survived by mother and father, Mary and Mark Keller; father, Joe Wood, Sr.; siblings: Sharon McCauley, Liz Artherton (Erin), Scott McClain, Desaray Ishii (Dave), Joseph Wood, Jr., Rebecca Ann Wood, and Laura Melissa Wood; grandparents, Ray and Norma Keller, Elaine Shaw; aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and many friends.
The family will receive friends on Wednesday, March 14th from 5pm to 7pm at the West Center Chapel. Memorials will be directed by the family.
I am so sorry for your family’s loss. He was a great kid who will be remembered fondly by myself and so many others.
Our heats are broke Iwe will miss everything about you your kindness your always making everyone welcome and how you would give the shirt off your back to someone if they needed it. I’ll miss how every time you seen me we talked about my tacos you loved. Rest In Peace sweet boy.
I am so sorry for the loss of you son John
I’m deeply sorry for your family’s loss. You made an impact in so many lives and I will never forget your fun sweet caring personality. Rest in piece my friend
I am so sorry for your loss. He was such an amazing person. This is just so hard to believe.
John, your story wasn’t over yet! I wish we would have been closer, you were a bright star, an amazing guy! Please watch over your mom and my dad, it’s going to take sometime to get through this loss. Shine Bright Brother.
Condolences and Peace to your family. I only met John one time. What a fun an interesting spirit. Great sense of humor, Love those who make us laugh on this journey. Comfort & Peace to all who knew him.
I am so sorry for your loss.
Words can not mend the broken hearts only time will help,. I hope that the thoughts in this poem will help a little.
I may be invisible to your sight
But I am forever here.
You may not hear me speak
But I am forever whispering in your ear.
You may not feel my touch
Bit I am forever by your side.
You may not feel my presence
But I am forever going to remind you that my soul has not
You may not see my face
But I am forever smiling at you.
You may not know I’m there
But I am forever watching what you do.
I may not breathe the same air
But I am forever holding you.
And although I cannot be seen
I am forever….Like my love for you.
Mary I am so sorry for your loss. There are no words. I am here for you. Love for you and your family.
John we will miss your bright goofy smile dnd your willingness to talk your pain is gone and you are flying with the angels from the family who have left us and some so early
Rob and i are so sorry for u, joe jr. and your families loss, i wasnt able to meet your brother but if he was anything like u i am sure he will be greatly missed but will shine on in the traits u both share. Let us know if anything we can do.
I will forever miss you Jon Jon, but I will never forget you either. The memories we share will ensure your spirit will live on. Until we meet again brother, relax, have a shot of crown, and continue to look down on us until we can make our way up. So much Love John, Love Josie and Mason.
You will be very missed Jon Jon and some days I still can’t quite bring myself to believe you’re really gone. Though I will miss you, I choose to honor the time I got to spend with you. As long as our memories are alive your spirit will be as well. I know you’re at peace so throw back a shot of crown for me and watch over the family. Keep those seats warm and the crown chilled for the day we meet again. Much love John, Love Me and Mason.
You family is in my prayers. John was a very kind young man. He will be missed very much. May the Lord comfort you all during this very difficult time of loss.
My deepest condolences to the family. I grew up with Paul Anthony Wood and Joseph Wood in Hyde Park Massachusetts.
I just learned of Johns passing. Its a shock to say the least. He always tried to make those around hm smile and was a great guy. I met him while working at a tobacco shop and I have so many fond memories of the times we spent when we just sat around talking or on one of our adventures. I lost touch with him years ago but he was a guy who no one that met him could forget and I am so sorry for his family, friends, and those who didnt get the chance to meet him.