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John Gardner - Lincoln KS
12/22/1947 - 6/5/2019

Below are the memories of those who knew and loved John Gardner.


Judy Fuller {6/5/19} -- Pat and family, So very sorry to hear about John. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Judy and Fred Fuller


Tammy and Lucas Voeltz Voeltz {6/5/19} -- Thank you for sharing John with so many of our children. He touched so many lives and left such a strong message in their brains when he was finished with them. Thank you John for all you did throughout your life. Thank you to his family for sharing his love. May you somehow find comfort. Bless you all.


Jyll Phillips {6/5/19} -- I was shocked to hear of John’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with each of you as you go through this most difficult time. Pat, I am here for you if you need a shoulder. Please do not hesitate to call! Praying for comfort and peace. Give yourselves time.. grief is a process, not an emotion. I’m so very sorry!


Kim Smith-Obermueller {6/5/19} -- John was a wonderful friend to my late husband, Daryl Obermueller, my son, Josh Obermueller and myself. He could always be counted on for a friendly pat on the back, an offer of help, kind words and a genuine smile. He will be truly missed. Pat, Ian and Jake...take comfort in the knowledge that your Poppa and husband touched so many lives and he will not be forgotten. Kim


Charlene Batchman {6/5/19} -- John was the very definition of a good man. He was always positive and that showed in his coaching. He taught kids, parents and friends to see the best in everyone. John leaves a legacy of many young men and others who are better for having known him. Thank you John for making this world a better place. I will miss you.


Chris Timson {6/5/19} -- We can’t believe you won’t be there with that beautiful smile and loving hugs. You are good people, Coach, loved by all who had the privilege of meeting you. Thank you for teaching our boys how to be good men, the lessons they learned will never be forgotten. RIP Coach Praying for the family in this difficult time.


Ruth Tromble {6/5/19} -- I was saddened to hear about John...I will keep you all in my prayers.


Aaron and Erin Good {6/5/19} -- Pat, Jake, Ian and family, John had a special gift for making everyone feel valued, everyone feel welcome. We will miss him greatly. We are thinking of all of you and hoping that you find comfort in one another and those surrounding you. Love, Aaron and Erin Good


Angel Vath {6/5/19} -- John was so full of love and caring for everyone. He would always congratulate my kids in whatever they accoplished, I will so miss the conversations we would have occasionally. He will never be forgotten and will always have a place in my families heart.


Patty Chappell {6/5/19} -- Pat and family I am so sorry to hear of your loss.you are in my thoughts and prayers.


Dean Millsap {6/6/19} -- Super!!Super colleague !! & friend. I often think of John even to this day and I am deeply sadden to here of his absent from the people he loved.


Gary Parks {6/6/19} -- I’m so sorry to hear of your loss. John was a great guy to work with. Every time I would come to the Lincoln office John always shared stories of family. He was so proud of all of you. So dedicated to his family and friends.

I consider myself fortunate to have know him. He will be missed!

My Sympathy’s, Gary Parks


Kevin Religa {6/6/19} -- Prayers to you from the NRCS Manhattan Field Office. I worked with John in Lincoln in 1988 and 1989. A true gentleman (most of the time!) and a lover of classic rock music like me. He taught me a lot about surveying and life. RIP sir.


Kandice Choitz {6/6/19} -- Gardner Family-- I am so saddened to hear of the loss of John. He was the sweetest man, and I loved seeing him at wrestling events and visiting with him. He was such a peach, and I am glad to have known him.


Ben Letourneau {6/6/19} -- It was a great pleasure to know John as a colleague and a friend. His love for his family and the kids he coached was evident to anyone who came into contact with him. He will be greatly missed. May God's peace be with his family and all those who mourn his passing.


M. Wagoner {6/6/19} -- Thank you John for the life you lived, we wouldn’t be the same without you.


Joanna DeWitt (Larsen) {6/6/19} -- I'm so sorry for you and your family John was a great man and will be deeply missed


Jason Corder {6/6/19} -- So long John. You worked with my dad and he enjoyed working edith you. The first time I rode a Harley was yours. It's funny the things one remembers.

So I offer this little prayer:

"We give you thanks for all your benefits Almighty God, who live and reigns forever. And may the souls of the faithfully departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen."


Becky Dunlap {6/7/19} -- John was a sweet and kind man. He will be sorely missed. Prayers of God's comfort for Patty and family.


Brian Schulze {6/7/19} -- To know and work with John was an honor I’ll never forget. One of the greatest people I’ve ever known in my life. His love of family, life and friends was unmatched. May God be with the entire family during this tough time.


Larry Schieferecke {6/7/19} -- My sympathies to the Gardner family. John was a great co-worker, client, and friend. A consummate professional, he influenced everyone around him to do good work, while always at the ready with a good joke, a story, and a few pranks to keep things lively. He will be greatly missed by all who crossed paths with him.


Steven and Rosslyn Schultz {6/7/19} -- Our sympathy to you, Pat and your family on the loss of John.


Connie and jim Kubick {6/7/19} -- We send our sincere condolences for your loss.we send our heartfelt prayers to you and family.John was a great mentor and friend and will be missed by everyone.


mark evans {6/8/19} -- I will never forget all those wild and crazy times we shared together,hunting ,fishing and carpeting half of KC. .Brother John you will be missed and in my thoughts forever.R.I.P. DEAR FRIEND! MARK EVANS


bob abell {6/9/19} --


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