Memory Book for John Philip Dussor, Jr
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John and I were stationed in SD aboard the USS Durham. I tried to contact him a few years ago but I did not hear back. I remember he and I would go and play hoops in Mission beach. He drove a sweet Lincoln. I am sad to hear of his passing. I remember him as a 19 year old BT. We had some good times together. I am sorry for your loss.

John O'Donovan, Portland
Oregon


Posted by: A friend
Aug 29, 2019


Betty, we are so very sorry for your loss and John will be greatly missed. When we first moved to the neighborhood, he was one of the first that introduced himself. He was always ready to lend a helping hand( which meant a lot to us). My husband and I will greatly miss seeing and talking with him, but most of all
his kind heart.


Posted by: Olisa Holsey - Chester, VA
Feb 24, 2019


John was my department head and always treated me with kindness and respect. He had a great sense of humor. I always enjoyed seeing him around Hopewell from time to time. He was a good man that has left us to soon. I.h. wright, retired.


Posted by: Irving Wright - Prince george, VA
Feb 22, 2019


My condolences and may God hold you and keep you strong


Posted by: Tyana Miller - Carson, CA - Friend
Feb 22, 2019


My condolences to the family. May the God who supplies endurance and comfort and the fond memories you cherish sustain you in your time of need.


Posted by: Laverne
Feb 22, 2019


At the oldtimers reunion in October. When me and my wife. Malcolm and Deloris Johnson John was the first to acknowledge and embrace my prence.He was proud telling about his truck. He pointed to it in the parking lot so I was aware of it.HE INTRODUCED HIS LOVEY WIFE TO US FIRST. During your bereavement you are in my prayers.Malcolm Johnson Fci Petersburg retire.


Posted by: Malcolm Johnson - Petersburg, VA
Feb 20, 2019


I had the pleasure of working with John at FCC. He was always very helpful to me and the Print Plant. I am very sorry to learn of his passing. A great man that will be missed by every life he touched, and that is many. Condolences to his family from the Dycus family.


Posted by: Timothy Dycus - Colonial Heights, VA - Friend
Feb 20, 2019


To the family stay strong


Posted by: Steve Cousar - Petersburg, VA - Coworker
Feb 19, 2019


Deepest sympathy and love


Posted by: Madalyn Reno - Conway, SC - Family
Feb 19, 2019


I worked for John when he first came to FCC Petersburg, he was one of the best bosses I ever had. He will be missed.


Posted by: Dennis Perkins - Ashland, VA
Feb 19, 2019