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JOHN WESLEY ELMORE
John Wesley Elmore age 62, passed away peacefully in the care of his daughter and son in law, in Kansas City, MO on February 4, 2013. John was a long time resident of Willoughby, OH. Born April 18, 1950 from the union of James H. Elmore and Betty Jane Elmore (Neeley). John was a graduate of Willoughby South High, a US Army veteran and retired from Swagelok after 25 years of service as a machinist. John was an avid bowler and ABC member with one perfect 300-point game. He also enjoyed coin collecting, playing Keno, and in his later years spending time with his grandchildren. John was preceded in death by his father, James H. Elmore, mother Betty Jane Peri, brothers James H. Elmore II and Dennis Elmore. John leaves behind his loving daughter, Pamela Ferguson son in law, Joseph Ferguson, grandchildren, James (Alyssa) Davison, Tyler, Nicole and Dylan Ferguson, sister, Candy (Doug) Sulzbach, sister in law, Marilyn Elmore, niece, Kristin (Rich) Smith, nephew, James (Joyce) Elmore, a great niece and nephew, Aunt Tootie Steinberg and numerous cousins. Private services will be held in Kansas City, MO.
Becky Mullenax says
I’m so deeply sorry for your loss. Most of my childhood memories are of you and your father. He was a great man and will be dearly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Marilyn Elmore says
You were a loving and caring daughter. You know your dad loved you and his family even though he had a hard time expressing it. All three brothers are together now. How sad we feel that they are no longer with us. The rest of your family are with you through your grief and always.
Kristin Smith says
We will miss you Uncle John. I like to think of you now playing Keno with my dad, Papa, and Don at your side. Plus, you get to see Dennis who left us way too early in life. Be at peace.
Denny Walsh says
Pat and I are sorry to hear about your dad. And thank you for caring for him. He had to be one of the most honest people I have ever known.
Denny and Pat Walsh
william Brott says
Brother-in-law you will be miss, glad Pamela was there with you.