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  1. Erin Porter
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    While living in Blue Bell with grandma from 2013 to 2020, I was fortunate that I got to spend more time with John Henry when he visited. I always admired him. I remember when grandma was at The Hill recovering after surgery, John Henry was in Blue Bell working to make the house safe for grandma’s return. He was very thoughtful about the placement of the grab bars because while helping grandma get around the house, there was always one for her to hold onto. He installed a pellet stove to help warm the house because the cost of warming the house with oil was very costly. His generosity and talent knew no bounds. I know grandma was very proud and appreciative of everything he did to help her maintain her independence whiling making sure that the Callahan home stood warm and strong; she would tell me often. He will always be in my heart and in my memories. My heartfelt condolences go out to Cindy, Patrick, and Dylan, and the entire Callahan family.

  2. Richard Hartung
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    Cindy, as I mentioned when we talked on the phone, my sincere sympathies to you and the boys (and all your extended family).

  3. Patricia McMahon
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    My thoughts and prayers are with Cindy, Patrick, Dylan and the entire family as you gather together for John Henry’s celebration of life. I will always remember John Henry’s smile and how he welcomed me to visit. I wish we did get together. I wish the entire family comfort and strength and I know John Henry lived his life to the fullest and he will always be with you in your memories of wonderful times together. My most sincere sympathy to all who were closest to him. Prayers for healing.

  4. Brauch family
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    We will always fondly remember John as a great neighbor! There for good conversations, a willing friend with a shovel in hand and a home filled with hospitality. We pray all of his family and friends will continue to feel his love and find comfort in knowing his life goes on through them.

  5. Paul Jones
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    Our deepest sympathies. Paul and Kathy Jones

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