- 71 years old
- Date of birth: Feb 3, 1942
- Place of birth:
Buffalo, New York, United States
- Date of passing: Jan 28, 2014
- Place of passing:
Wake Forest, North Carolina, United States
|Here's to health, peace and prosperity. May the flower of love never be nipped by the frost of disappointment, nor shadow of grief fall among your family and friends.|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, John Jr. Healy, 71, born on February 3, 1942 and passed away on January 28, 2014. We will remember him forever.
"On this 3rd anniversary of his passing we remember our brother in law and uncle Jack and all the happy times we've had over the years. To Kathy and family may those memories sustain you. Love Mike and Carol and family"
"Happy Birthday Dad! Miss and think about you everyday!
Cheers! Love #3 daughter Coll"
"“Count your blessings instead of your crosses.
Count your gains instead of your losses.
Count your joys instead of your woes.
Count your friends instead of your foes.
Count your smiles instead of your tears.
Count your courage instead of your fears.
Count your full times instead of your lean.
Count your kind deeds instead of your mean.
Count your health instead of your wealth.
Love your neighbor as much as yourself.”
Cheers to a great man, my dad. Miss you Daddio."
"I have had the luck to serve Mr and Mrs. Healy for the past 5 years at the local drug store. I'm so sorry to hear of his passing and I wanted to extend my sympathies to Mrs Healy and his family. He was one of my favorite patients and I'll miss him. He would always talk with me and ask me about myself ( which you don't get often in retail) and he always said something to make me laugh. We always talked about Ft Myers, which is where I am from, and I've heard many stories about his children. I'm truly sorry for your loss, he'll be fondly remembered."
"He brought new meaning to keeping it real. And he made me laugh like no other.
Love you, Uncle Jack."
It took me until this weekend to leave a tribute to you because this is the first time where it has been quiet enough to think. I will miss our "debates/ clashing of opinions" and just plain acting silly. I love you and I am proud to be your #1 daughter. I love you dad!"
"I'll miss my good friend and all the fun we all had when he was with us. Even though he is now gone, the joy he brought us is still with us. I cannot help but smile when I think of him. The Jakeisms will always be part of my language. God bless him and may he rest in peace. Our prayers are also with Kathy and the rest of the family. Jack will always remain a part of us. Ed"
"Dad you are already missed, and I love you more than you may know! I know you are at peace now and that gives me comfort. Please don't worry about mom she is in good hands. Rest in Peace!!"
"Jack made every family gathering and party special. We always had so many laughs when Jack was there. You were a wonderful brother -in-law and a very special uncle to our three sons. We have so many fond memories of happy times together. We love you and always will. Missing you. The angels are laughing up in heaven and are glad you joined them. May God bless and keep you. Love Mike and Carol"
"I will always remember the fun we had with jack at my parents anniversary party years ago in Amherst ny. We had so much fun and jack carried around the large tape player and must have played at least a hundred times that night, achy breaky heart....it was a hoot! Good times with a special guy....he will be missed by the Harmon/lesser family!"
"So sorry to hear about Jack passing. We will always remember the good times we had with him, Kathy and the kids (the girls 1-4 and John) images of Jack in his pool enjoying life and on his exercise bike having a beer. Though we are far apart, you were all in our thoughts and prayers. Rest in Peace Jack, gone but never forgotten. To The Bridge.
Love Jim and Betty"
"Kathy and family, Please know you are all in our thoughts and prayers. I'll always remember Jack as always smiling, enjoying life and playing his accordion at family parties. I'm so grateful we were able to connect recently on Facebook."
"We had great times in high school and throughout the 60s in South Buffalo, playing poker in his basement on Cumberland, and summers out at the lake. Jack was a great friend and a great Irishman. God bless Jack and may he rest in peace. Let me express my sympathy to Kathy and family."
"to my best friend,my cousin, my brother. I grieve cause I will miss you always remembering growing up with you & Shar - the best times we ever had @ Crystal Beach when we were little - you taking me to my senior prom cause I didn't have a date - you were so proud - I am so proud of having you in my life - I love you Jack"
"Dear Terese and Family....I will always remember Mr. Healy with fondness and affection. He was a wonderful man who loved his family with every fiber of his being. Thinking of you all with sympathy during this emotional time. (Wish I was there with you, Tito, to offer you comfort and support) With love....~ Judy, Scott and Kelsey Lubecki. Buffalo, NY"
"Always remember to forget
The things that made you sad.
But never forget to remember
The things that made you glad.
I love you dad...."
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