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John R. Herington, 46, of Davenport, formerly of Olin, Iowa died Friday, February 4, in a snowmobile accident in Davenport. A Celebration of Life Service is scheduled p. Wednesday, February 9, at the Unitarian Church, Davenport. Open house gathering will be held at the church p. In honor of John you are welcome to the family in wearing jeans and your favorite t-shirt and ball cap.
Additional parking will be available at the Valley Bank lot off Spring Street. The Runge Mortuary is assisting with arrangements. Stephanie Herington has been a devoted and loving mom for 35 years. John devoted his life to helping others and was one of the best auto-body guys in the area, most recently at Walcott Collision.
John was a member of the Unitarian Church. He loved spending his time volunteering at school activities with his girls and their friends. His specialties were making campfires, camping, along with grilling. He loved spending time with his many friends and never knew a stranger. Herington Family: I knew John from St. High and High School.
We were confirmed together. John made going to Sunday School and Church events fun as he always had a smile and sense of humor to share with us. I remember him as a young man that was full of life, funny, kind, considerate and caring to everyone. The news of John's sudden and tragic death was given to me from my mom, Nancy, who still attends St. As I view the photos of him over the years, I can see he remained full of life and shared his smile with everyone.
As young adults we went our separate ways and began our own lives. I express my sympathies to his wife and children and the entire family.
John will truly be missed, and remembered always. I was so sorry to hear of your loss. The thoughts of many are with you at this time of sorrow. Ann, Diann and Hannah, We are so sorry for your loss and you are in our thoughts and prayers. May your memories bring you comfort. Teresa, Megan, Rachel and Madelyn Houseal.
Ann and the Herington family; I just learned of the death of your husband, John and I am very, very sorry and sad to learn that this has happened. You have had to deal with the loss of so many wonderful people in your family, but you can know that you had a family second to none. Your parents Frank and Betty our good friends made a difference in the lives of everyone they knew, here and even in India on the other side of the world.
Your brother Frank was an exceptional individual who would have been a great teacher, like his Dad, but also was taken by an accident. I lost my wonderful wife, Mary, inso I know how difficult this is and will be for you. You have memories like few others can have, and they will help. Don and Mary Schaefer, Bettendorf, Iowa. I am sad to hear of John's passing.
His mother Linda was my cousin. My heart goes out to Don and Stephanie and Tracee and the rest of the family.
My prayers are with you during this difficult time. Also my mother Eloise sends her love. So sorry to hear about the loss of John, our deepest sympathy to his family. Somehow, Great Aunt Dot Wehling got word of his passing and wanted to know what happened, so I got on line to see. I have viewed the pictures and the kind words sent your way. We are thinking of you at this difficult time, we send our prayers too.
It sounds like John was a super good guy. Marigene and Great Aunt Dot just in case Ann and family, Words can't express what is on my heart for you during this time. John was a blessing, a truly lovely man. We will miss him and his winning smile so incredibly much. Please accept my sincerest condolences. My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. Without John in our lives is hard to imagine. My family have known the Herington family since John was such a good, caring and funny person that everyone loved.
All the good memories shall remain in all of our hearts. We love you John and all that you gave us. We certainly pray for all the Heringtons for strength and peace to get through this. He'll always be in your and our hearts. Memories are such a wonderful thing to have. John certainly brought alot of happiness and love to all of those who knew him.
John was one of the most fun-loving young men we Looking for a fun Davenport Iowa soul mate knew. A lingering memory was the time that he and his good friend, Pat Walsh, came to worship at St. Matthew Lutheran Church the day after prom, wearing their tuxedoes. An artist in blue jeans - a free spirit - a dedicated father and husband - a loving son - a protective brother - friend to all - This was John and he will be missed. Dressed in tux or jeans or snowmobile suit or the white robe of of God, John was welcomed into God's realm and into his loving arms last Friday.
May the peace of God be with all who mourn this tragic loss. We have all been enriched by his life. There are no words that will take away the sadness of losing a loved one. John was one of a kind, always making everyone around him smile, a co worker, a great friend. He will be truly missed. His family and friends are in our thoughts and prayers. We hope that the memories of John will bring you comfort. May God wrap his arms around you all during this difficult time.
Dear Ann, Diann, and Hannah -- I was so saddened to hear of your loss. I have many memories of your family and of John from your time at Quad City Montessori. He was a kind man and a devoted father to his beautiful little girls. He always had a twinkle in his eye and a smile for those around him.
Please know how sorry I am. May good memories fill your heart and help you through. With heartfelt sympathy -- Beckie Abbott. I am so sorry to hear of your loss. What a wonderful person this world has lost. Always a huge smile, kind words, and so many laughs I have shard with him and the family as we sat and cheered on the Wildcats at the football games.
Please accept my sincere condolences and keep your memories close. Words don't even begin to express the loss that is felt with John's passing. I am truly in shock. He was a wonderful man. One of the kindest, and funniest I have ever known.
I will always have great memories of us all growing up together and beyond as our kids have gone through school. Funny how we grow up together and end up living right down the street from one another! I pray that God takes you under his wing and helps comfort you during this time.Looking for a fun Davenport Iowa soul mate
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