John R. Shockley
- October 15, 1940 - February 1, 2011
- College Station, Texas
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John was a customer of ours at Walgreens and I personally helped him many times and he was one of my favorite customers. He was such a nice guy who never had any complaints, I remember helping him find his newly wed wife a PCP here in CS and I admired how happy and in love he seemed. He will be truly missed and my deepest sympathies go out to his family and close friends.
Posted by: Kelli Feb 18, 2011
I met John this summer at our Weight Watchers meetings and I am just in shock of this sudden loss. John was hilarious and I enjoyed our chats every Monday!
Posted by: Amy - College Station, TX - friend Feb 11, 2011
To the family of John Shockley,
Our memories of John and Karen go back to our days in North Texas. Glad for those years of fellowship together and the comfort we feel today as our heavenly Father looks on. May the same comfort of His spirit help you as you face the days ahead. You remain in our thoughts.
Verby & Jody
Posted by: Verby & Jody Van Houten - Groves, TX - friends Feb 11, 2011
miss ya papaw, wish you were still here, could of never anticipated all the adventures i would have thru your passing, glad for the good people i got to meet or grow closer to there your passing tho saddened that we cant hangout anymore or just be our goofy selfs, i wish i knew and understood that you were an even greater person than i ever realized and that i shoulda spent more time with you so it would rub
Posted by: Derek - TX Feb 10, 2011
To the Shockley Family,
I had the pleasure of being with John almost every Tuesday morning for the past two years as a member of the " Dirty Dozen". He was an ispiration, role model,mentor, and a leader; a true Texas gentlemen.He made us all better. He only saw the best in others. He was the first to lend a hand-often before you would ask.
We share your loss and miss him tremendously. He loved all of you and you made him
Posted by: Bart Koch - Austin, TX - Friend and Business Associate Feb 09, 2011
We will always remember John as a hospitable and caring person that took us under his wing when we moved to Plano. We are very sorry to lose John and send our love and remembrances to the Shockley family.
Tom and April West
Posted by: Tom and April West - Calgary - Friend Feb 09, 2011
Dear Shockley Family,
We knew John as a caring and generous man. He will be greatly missed by you all. Over the years of Lynn and Ted's marriage we became very close friends with John and Karen. Their spirit and example will be in all our memories.
Janice, we want to meet you in the future during a visit to Ted and Lynn.
Ray and Kathy
Posted by: Ray and Kathy Carolus - Lyman, SC - Friend, parents of Ted Feb 08, 2011
All I can say is that Heaven has recieved a wonderful human being, John you will be sorely missed.
Posted by: Sandy Williams - Co-Worker Feb 07, 2011
I am a co-worker of John's thru EBCO General Contractor, Ltd., I have know John the entire time of his employment there as I myself have worked there 15 years. He always had a smile on his face & he never failed to ask about the well being of my daughter and my parents, I truly believe he was fond of them both. I remember his sadness at the passing of his first wife, Karen, but I also remember his
Posted by: Jill Stermer - Cameron, TX - Co-Worker Feb 07, 2011
John leaves a wonderful testimony of unshakeable faith in his Creator; devotion to his wife and family; friendly and gracious manner; and service to others. We loved him too. Our thoughts and prayers will remain with the family in future days.
Posted by: David, Rebekah, Daniel & David Larson - McKinney, TX - Friend and Friend of Family Feb 07, 2011