Tim Hewitt wrote on June 23, 2023
I’m sorry for the loss of John As a resident of winneconne In the earlier years 60 T ‘s I remember John and his parents Very well
Lynn Kuhns wrote on June 23, 2023
Ah, dear Sandy and families: My heart is with you. To say that John was always smiling, upbeat, ready to help others... and made everyone he met feel like a long-time, special friend is not enough. No words can capture the uniquely can-do, happy-soul image his memory blesses us with. There's something so good for each of us that lives on -- like the rolling sparkles on the river's curls at sunset, like the peace and purpose we find, as we continue to be inspired to "pass it on." -- John's easy, , open and generous way of creating, sharing the good life. (It's Love, now ours, to pass on.) Peace.
Jason & Michelle Sagorac wrote on June 21, 2023
Our deepest sympathies to the Buser & Firle families. We will always remember John's smile and humor! May the ducks be plentiful for your next hunt my friend, thankyou for the times we spent with our families at the Farm, we will miss you !!
Erica Schommer wrote on June 14, 2023
My deepest sympathy for your loss. I remember his smile and kindness well.
Lisa and Dan Kopina wrote on June 14, 2023
Dan and I are very grateful our families were joined 21 years ago by the marriage of Katie and Johnny. We have so many great memories of time spent with John and Sandy, their kids and grandchildren. John’s joyful smile and laugh, and Sandy’s warm hospitality always made/make us feel like we’re “home” and part of the family. John is loved and already deeply missed but we take comfort in knowing so many share in this grief and love. As grandparents of Burke and Ella, the outpouring of support from the Winneconne community is greatly appreciated. With love and prayers, Dan and Lisa
Rich and Peg Balfanz wrote on June 14, 2023
Sandy, Jeff, Marty and Johnny. We are so sorry for your loss. John had such a kindness about him. He will be missed.
Judy Jacobson wrote on June 13, 2023
I never met a man who worked harder, played with more gusto and loved with his whole being. One of my long time besties. I will miss him and wish him Godspeed. Dave, Jerry and many others have already welcomed him to his heavenly home.
Christine & Russell Allen, Ross/Hesston wrote on June 12, 2023
With great sadness and many happy memories John is remembered by he & Sandy’s “across the street” neighbors, The Allenville Allens, for many years. John was Ross’ confirmation ‘sponsor’ & a frequent and appreciative asparagus customer. Our hearts go out to his family, friends, and community members who loved him. He will be missed as a happy, loving, funny, friendly guy!