Condolences for John Richard Green

Tom Dzmura posted on 8/17/17

We'll all miss you Johnny! Just a final QSO from Tommy Jo, KA8KTG; May God bless and keep you. Rest in Peace buddy, KA8KTG, Out

 

Dennis R Albaugh posted on 8/17/17

My sincere and deepest condolences to the family and friends of John. Denny Albaugh

 

CATLING AND TRIGG FAMILY posted on 8/16/17

DEATH BRINGS PAIN THAT TIME CAN ONLY HEAL, NO WORDS COULD EASE WHAT WE TRULY FEEL; BUT WITH GOD, HIS JOY IS ETERNALLY SEALED, AND CHERISH HIS MEMORIES THAT DEATH CAN'T EVEN STEAL. LIFT UP A SMILE FOR HE IS ALREADY IN PARADISE. TILL WE MEET AGAIN, REST IN PEACE CUZ

 

Jim Kolendo posted on 8/16/17

I knew John as a union brother. Both of us served as local officers in NABET-CWA. We met at annual meetings, conferences, and conventions. Our conversations were always spirited and I looked forward to spending some time with John each year, and to conversing with him on e-mail. He was a gentle, friendly man with a great sense of humor. He will be missed by all who knew and served with him.

 

Joe wb8ctc posted on 8/16/17

John will be missed! He was a good friend and helped keep nparc active over the years!

 

Joe wb8ctc posted on 8/16/17

John was good friend! And was lot of help with keeping nparc alive!

 

Luann Bidka-Rieck posted on 8/16/17

I am completely in shock reading of John's passing. He contacted me last week through Facebook. We talked of how we both missed my husband James Rieck (WD8DDL). Jim told me a story of how they would get together at our house in Bethlehem over the Christmas holidays and talk to fellow amateurs "from Bethlehem". We were planning on getting together soon. Rest in Peace John. I know you're up there now talking radio with Jim.

 

Jim Miller posted on 8/16/17

I have very fond memories of getting to play music with John in the Ohio Valley for a lot of years in Sweet Harmony/Harvest. He was such a talent! He could play almost any instrument and play it pretty darn good. He always had a great attitude and came prepared to entertain and show the people a good time. I was always in awe of his guitar talents being a guitar player myself. He could nail those classic Rock & Roll leads and make it look easy. John, you will me remembered and missed greatly!

 

Cristina Silver posted on 8/16/17

John and I took a long walk together in Pittsburgh last Sunday. He stopped at a bench along the way where a young couple were playing guitar and singing a song that they'd written. He complimented them on their music and spoke to the young man about his guitar. John was a friendly, happy, generous soul. I'll miss talking and writing to him. He always had a word or two of wisdom for me. He will be greatly missed.

 

Rev. Dr. K.S. Green posted on 8/16/17

As I was reading the condolences I am so touched by the love shown for my Big Brother. I miss him so much and the morning conversations we would have. He is safe in the Masters Arms talking Golf and Radio Stuff this I'm sure, I love you Big Brother and what a day of rejoicing that will be when we ALL get to heaven.

 

Dale & Jo Eddy posted on 8/16/17

Big JOHN , we will miss you and treasure the memories of our time working with you at the station and oh so many football games - I knew there was always a big hug and a smile when we saw you ❤️If we needed help we always knew you would do whatever you could to help I regret we never heard you perform . Our deepest sympathy to your friends and family John you will be deeply missed by so many .....Love , Jo and Dale

 

Bob Brown (W8ARC) posted on 8/16/17

My condolences to John's family. I knew John for many years and he will be missed.

 

Dale Rothert posted on 8/15/17

My wife (KB8DNE) and I (KA8KOD) express our condolences to John's family and friends. We knew him for years and are truly sorry to hear of his passing.

 

Kevin Sochor KD8JKR posted on 8/15/17

We will all miss John. He was a great friend and mentor to me in ham radio. It came to a shock to all of us of his passing. He was one of the good ones that GOD has by his side now. 73 our friend. We will see you again someday.

 

Craig Yoho KB3RHR posted on 8/15/17

Sincere condolences to the friends and family of John. Thank you John for friendship, our chats about everything under the sun. I will miss you popping up out of the blue on 6 meters! Will miss your banter and the way you made me smile when I heard you "On Air". Rest Easy Now my Friend 73 de KB3RHR

 

Bill Wagner N8RSM posted on 8/15/17

My condolences to John's family, he was a friend and fellow ham radio operator. He gave up a lot of time in volunteer work. He will be missed by many,

 

Dave Heil K8MN posted on 8/15/17

I knew John for more than two decades as a friend, a fellow radio amateur and a fellow musician. I offer sincere condolences to his family. 73 and Rest in Peace, John.

 

Jodi L Fabrizio Clontz posted on 8/15/17

My deepest sympathies to John's family. I just saw him on Tuesday and he was happy about losing some weight and walking on the track after work. He was dedicated to the Union and he is going to be missed dearly. Thank you John for all your dedication to helping your fellow co-workers and your Union brothers and sisters. We are going to miss seeing you every year. Rest in peace and watch over us all.

 

Henry E Plimack posted on 8/15/17

Thank you for your years of selfless service to your brothers and sisters in NABET/CWA. Your sacrifice is to be admired, as well as your dedication, year after year, after year. You can rest in peace knowing your inspiration has motivated other to pursue our cause.