Condolences for JOHN ADAM BUKMIR

Crystal Byrne Johnson posted on 8/10/15

Marlene and Mark I was so sorry to hear of John's passing. He was such a wonderful person, they do not make gentlemen like him anymore. I loved all the stories he would tell me about my family, and growing up in Provident. He was always like a grandparent in the stands cheering me on when I played basketball in school. John will be deeply missed by many.


Tom Deegan posted on 8/8/15

Mark and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you in this time of loss and grieving. May you rejoice in your Fathers life and his memories. God bless.


Ashley McEndree posted on 8/7/15

I was blessed to know and have in my life a loving, caring, and kind GREAT uncle. May you rest in peace. I truly believe that you and my mom will be taking good care of each other. Aunt Marlene and Mark, I love you both very much and you are both in my prayers.


Kirby Sutphin posted on 8/7/15

To Mark, and his Mother and entire Bukmir family. My prayers I send at this very sad time in your lives. John will dwell in God's Kingdom now and watch over you. I feel Blessed to have known Mr. John Bukmir. I will miss him dearly, like so many other's.


Becky Farrar posted on 8/7/15

Mark, My thoughts & prayers are with you & your family at this difficult time. Keeping you in my prayers each day. Becky Farrar



JUDY AND STEVE RICE posted on 8/7/15

Marlene and Mark, What a wonderful man; what a wonderful family. Steve and I are so sorry for your loss. Such a loss for the community family as well. Know that Steve and I are here for you. Thinking of you and God speed.


Bill Stranges posted on 8/7/15

To the family I am sorry for your loss. I have know John my whole life. I was one of the alter boys at Marlene's and Johns wedding. I worked with him a K's market where he was a meat cutter. Was a fellow knight also. He has served the community and will truly be missed. Bill Stranges


George Templin posted on 8/7/15

John was a notable classmate for St J 1953. May God bless the Bukmir family.


John Lovas posted on 8/7/15

John always had kind words, always helping hands; he was truly a wonderful neighbor, and the Lord has taken him in His arms. God bless you, Marlene and Mark.


Gretchen Holland Snodgrass posted on 8/7/15

Mark, I was so sorry to hear about your father's passing. He was a very nice man, a gentleman. My mother always liked to talk to him when she shopped at Riesbeck's. Let me know if I can do anything for you or if you want to talk. It's hard losing a parent, especially when you're an only child like us.


marybeth chuckery pitner posted on 8/6/15

Marlene & heart breaks for you. Such a wonderful man he was, always thinking of others. He is no longer suffering & is at peace now. The last time I saw him at the hospital. ..he asked how my mom was? ?? I will not forget !! Hugs & prayers. . Marybeth


Jim Weir posted on 8/6/15

I'm sorry Mark and family. Prayers and comfort are being offered. All my best, Jim


Chris McEndree posted on 8/6/15

I always remember Christmas day when all the family was at your house for dinner. Me and Uncle John would go off to the side and talk about when he was in the military.He told me some really cool stories, I always enjoyed hearing him. He always treated me and my kids with the utmost respect and was a very honorable man. Aunt Marlene and Mark, my sincere condolences. He is now in heaven with Missy. God bless and you will be in my prayers.



my deepest sympathy to you Mark, I know you two were pretty close, and keep those memories in your heart. Sincerely, Sheila