Condolence & Memory Journal

Sending our thoughts and prayers to you and your family. We are so sorry to hear of John's passing.

Posted by Frank and Christine Puggi - Glenolden, PA - Coworker   September 30, 2020


We send our deepest sympathies to Sue and John's loving family. John exuded such positive energy and always a smile. We so much enjoyed our many times on the tennis courts with John. With much sadness, John and Lisa McNichol

Posted by Lisa McNichol - Avalon, NJ - Friend   September 26, 2020

It is so sad to hear that John has passed. I will miss his lightheartedness and good humor and friendly ways. I enjoyed playing tennis with John!!!

Posted by Mary F - Friend   September 26, 2020

Sue, So sorry to hear about your loss. John was such a wonderful guy. So positive and inclusive and determined. Loved all our years xc skiing and will cherish the memories even more now. You and your family are in my prayers. Vivian Kermon

Posted by Vivian Kermon - LOUISVILLE, KY - Friend   September 25, 2020


Dear Sue, Steve and I are truly saddened to hear of John's passing. I'll never forget his zest for fun and life. My heart goes out to you and your family. With sympathy, Ruthy and Steve

Posted by Ruthy Pancari - The Villages, FL - Friend   September 25, 2020

Dear Sue,

My deepest sympathy to you and your family. I will always remember the great times we had X-C skiing , dancing and our super bus rides and how he was always ready to pour the wine!! He was a great guy and will be missed. Sandy Bradley

Posted by Sandy Bradley - King of Prussia, PA - Friend   September 25, 2020

Dear Susan, my deepest sympathy for you and your children in Johns passing. He was so much fun to play tennis with and to go skiing with. We would ski the back trails together, I would ski like Rocket J. Squirrel and John would be Bullwinkle T. Moose, we had a great time. I will remember him and miss him.

Posted by Edward Koehler, Ph D - Glenside, PA - Friend   September 25, 2020


My prayers and sympathy for you, Sue, and all your family as you mourn the loss of your dear John. May the rich and happy memories of your life together be a comfort and may our dear Lord be Himself your strength. Rosemarie , SHCJ

Posted by ROSEMARIE TEDESCO - Paoli, PA - Friend   September 25, 2020


Blessings on your family, Sue, at this hard time. We at New Sharon remember John and all of you in prayer. Mary Sullivan for the sisters at New Sharon

Posted by Mary Sullivan - DREXEL HILL, PA - Coworker   September 24, 2020

My Dear Susan, My deepest Sympathy to you and all of your family!
I will always remember John & you as my Lansdowne neighbors & support!

May God be with you in this time,
My Sympathies, Cathy FitzPatrick

Posted by Cathy FitzY - Wayne, PA - Friend   September 24, 2020

My sincere and deepest condolences to the Kapusta family. May God console you all. May John enjoy God's beatific vision of happiness and peace, amen

Posted by Stella Envulu - Abuja   September 24, 2020


R.I.P. Brother your sense of humor is awesome. Howard Hannum, brother-in-law, Trout Creek. NY

Posted by Howard Hannum - SIDNEY CENTER, NY - Family Friend   September 24, 2020

True blue, great friend and coworker. I am deeply sorry for your loss.

Posted by Fred Crudele - Philadelphia, PA - Friend   September 24, 2020

I'm so very sorry to hear of John's sudden death and I wish peace and comfort to Sue and all the family.
Mary Ann, SHCJ

Posted by Mary Ann Buckley - Rosemont, PA - Friend   September 24, 2020

With my thoughts and prayers, Roseanne

Posted by Roseanne - Friend   September 24, 2020

I paddled with John on the Lehigh river he was a very kind and interesting person.

Posted by Chris Buhrman - Northampton, PA   September 24, 2020

John was a special guy. Great athlete who was willing to help others, then showed resiliency with fast recovery from knee replacement. He has been a mainstay of the Main Line Ski Club for many years, for which we owe many thanks. May he Rest In Peace

Posted by Elizabeth and Ralph Von dem Hagen - Berwyn, PA - friend   September 23, 2020

John had so much more life to live, he is truly missed.

Posted by Joe & Cleo Mikus - MD - Brother   September 23, 2020