Let the memory of John Michael be with us forever
  • 50 years old
  • Born on July 1, 1965 .
  • Passed away on May 16, 2016 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, John Michael Glorioso 50 years old , born on July 1, 1965 and passed away on May 16, 2016. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Corinne Cibelli on May 16, 2019
Hey John
I need a hug ! No one else's will do!
Miss you......Love Corinne
Posted by Alfie Garcia on April 8, 2018
Just woke up Thought you were actual here. You're a very good friend and I cannot wait to see you Again. I've been thinking about you a lot lately and miss you very much I hope you're resting well my friend love you with all my heart
Posted by Rob Schlicher on July 2, 2017
Cherishing your birthday memory today. Moving into a new place in the mountains. You would love the views. Happy birthday my friend.
Rob Schlicher
Posted by Nancy Glorioso on July 1, 2017
Johnny I miss you so much even though I no your by me everyday. Life is not the same without you in it!! Love you bro
Posted by Betty Macaluso on July 1, 2017
Happy 52nd Birthday Johnny! It's your cousin Betty checking in to bring you this greeting and to tell you how much you are loved and missed. I know you are celebrating in heaven with all the family and friends who have gone before you. Give my love to my Mom and Dad (Your Aunt Dorothy and Uncle Joe). I miss you all.

PS. I try to call your Mom weekly, so that she knows that I love her,
Posted by Nicole McQuade on May 16, 2017
Miss your laugh
Posted by Rob Schlicher on May 16, 2017
Hey there I know you've been around because every time I get a Popsicle from the freezer I know you only like the red and the orange ones so I now eat the purple ones first so the red and orange are there for you.... Miss you everyday!
Posted by David Fulkerson on April 28, 2017
well my friend I cant believe it...miss u every day....diamond dave will live on to still create jewelry as always as if u r here...love ya
Posted by Rob Schlicher on March 2, 2017
Dear friend John,
The world was such a better place with you in it. You gave me so much personal growth with our conversations. My heart is aching since I learned of this. Our trip to the Vegas convention will always be a cherished time in my life. I love you with all my heart!
Posted by Alfie Garcia on December 27, 2016
Posted by John Weiser on July 7, 2016
John- we were great friends early in our lives. I will always remember the road trips to Tampa ( the big city...lol). I love you, I miss you, I wish we could have had one more road trip!  Save me a seat at the "cool people " table.
Posted by Ann Whitehead on July 1, 2016
Happy Birthday John!

We miss you. I have such good memories of my trips to your store. You allowed me to look and try on whatever I wanted! You are loved by so many people.
Posted by Constance Hand on July 1, 2016
Happy Birthday John Michael. Forever loved and missed.
Posted by Ann Whitehead on June 20, 2016
I was so sorry to hear of John's passing. We will all miss his cheerful face and wonderful personality. It is easy to say "he won't suffer any longer" and that is true. It is also true that we will miss him so much. Rest in peace, dear John. Love and prayers to the family, especially Carole.
Posted by Nick Loiacono on June 14, 2016
Words alone cannot express the sadness of losing you. You were a true friend, standing by me during my darkest hours. You are one of the most descent and honorable men that I have had the pleasure of knowing. You will live forever in the hearts of all who love you.
Posted by Geogeanne Ranzino on May 30, 2016
There are many words that could describe my nephew John Glorioso—kind, generous, thoughtful, compassionate, fun-loving, humorous, and ADORABLE pop up in my mind immediately.  More than anything, however, John was family-oriented. He deeply loved his family, and up until he left us, he was always thinking of what he could do for them.

John was not only loved by his family, he was loved by all those who came in contact with him—his friends and customers adored him.  He had a way about him that made everyone feel comfortable and special. His smile and humor were infectious.

I didn’t get to know my nephew until later in my life, but in those short years, I came to the realization that John was an extraordinary person. He built a business on hard work, integrity and compassion. Always thinking of others, he became a friend to his customers. They were known to stop by the store just to say hello, and John was there to make them feel welcome. The Cape Coral community will also miss John. Known for his gregarious ways, John was always organizing events, many of which raised money for charitable organizations.

John was the “go to” person when you wanted any decorating tips or fashion ideas. He had a great sense of style. I remember one day when I was visiting my family in Florida John said to me, “GG (a nickname he called me), you really should get your hair cut. It would make you look younger.”  You know, he was right! 

Even in the midst of his illness, he would call me regularly to see how I was doing, never dwelling on his condition. He was strong and positive up until the end of his too short life. 

We can all learn from his example on how to live a successful life. Love of family, respect and compassion for others, a strong work ethic (with lots of fun thrown in), laughter and humor were the hallmarks of his life. 

Such an amazing person will forever live in our hearts. I believe his loving spirit will be with us forever. All we need to do is look up to the heavens and talk to him. As always, he’ll be there to listen. 

Rest in peace, dear John. I will forever miss your endearing ways. Thank you for being such a wonderful part of my life.
Posted by Jan Hilderbrand on May 24, 2016
Precious John,

What a talented and gentle man you were. I know you are showing
your beautiful jewelry in your business in heaven with your
wonderful smile.  God loves you and so do thousands of your
friends. Keep smiling.....Jan Johannsen
Posted by Brenda Fields on May 22, 2016
I will forever miss your smiling face. I will be looking for you in heaven.
Love and see you later. 
Brenda Fields
Posted by Holly Keller on May 20, 2016
I will always LOVE you forever and always dear sweet John. To the moon and back. Love, hol
Posted by Beth Welsh on May 20, 2016
John was such a nice man to know. Our community has truly experienced a loss.
Posted by Sara Austin on May 19, 2016
-Listening to Carla Valenti with you. "Bring it in, cook it up!" All of my love, Bunny
Posted by Sandra Brown on May 19, 2016
I've worked 2 doors down from John for many years and often would go into the store to browse, or have something fixed or something polished and he was always very sweet.
My very deepest sympathies to all his loved ones left behind.
Posted by Yvonna Saam on May 19, 2016
My Dear Friend! Oh how I will miss you and have been so blessed to have been apart of you and your family's life.. Years have gone by being in your life.. but we always just picked up where we left off.. This is a real hard one johnny, but I know you are in a better place without pain.. I love you and will miss you dearly.. Just remember i will always be here for your family you left behind.. xoxo
Posted by Yvonna Saam on May 19, 2016
My Dear Friend! Oh how I will miss you and have been so blessed to have been apart of you and your family's life.. Years have gone by being in your life.. but we always just picked up where we left off.. This is a real hard one johnny, but I know you are in a better place without pain.. I love you and will miss you dearly.. Just remember i will always be here for your family you left behind.. xoxo
Posted by Constance Hand on May 19, 2016
What an Amazing Man. His heart, his kindness, his dedication, his giving and his Soul was bigger than life. The world is a sadder place without John Michael in it. He was a huge help and contributor in bringing cancer awareness and services into our community. My heart is truly saddened by his loss and I miss him terribly.
Posted by Debbie Grandt on May 18, 2016
Dear John,

This is so hard to accept. You are too young to be taken away to heaven. Although I haven't seen you as much since you moved to Florida I loved the visits we had when I came down to see my mom. There are so many wonderful memories of our families together. I especially remember when you, your mom and Nancy made a surprise visit to mom.  I thought she was going to have a heart attack when you walked in. I was so glad I was there with all of you. My mom loved your family so much as we all did. Love to Aunt Mary, Jan, Carole, and Nancy. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you to find the peace that only our Heavenly Father can give.
Posted by Lorie Morgen on May 18, 2016
Dear John, I don't know what to say, so sad you are gone, but glad you are no longer in pain....we've know each other for 25 years, the Friday nights I spent in the store waiting for Donna to get ready and then reconnecting while camping together during the last few summers.  I will miss seeing your great smile at the pool and every time I came in to visit you at the store. And not to mention Uncle D, who knew back in 91 that we would become family in 2012! Oh John, you are gone way too soon, so so sad, hugs my friend...I'll go by your campsite and say a little prayer, watch for me as I am there, wishing you were to! Love you my dear friend!
Posted by Jen Christiansen on May 18, 2016
Thank you for being such a wonderful friend of our family. I will never forget your kindness.
Posted by Vern Hellyer on May 18, 2016
Dear Johnny,

Even though we have not seen each other in years, I can't tell you the pain I felt in my heart when I saw the announcement of your passing. All the memories of the wonderful times our families have shared over the years came rushing back. All the fun times we had together. Gone way too soon, and already missed.

I wish for you to be at peace. Rest easy, my friend.

God Bless You.
Posted by Pete Mundorff on May 18, 2016
There are hardly words when I heard of your passing. I've known you for close to 30 years and you've been such an amazing person to not only Donna, Joe, or myself. Even when I got Married, you opened your heart to Sarah as well. You will be missed my friend. Heaven certainly gained an Angel. See you on the other side. Love ya!
Posted by Kris Jacobsen on May 18, 2016
I will never forget the day you came in on YOUR birthday to bring me flowers for MY birthday. I will miss your smile the most, I think. And your wacko sense of humor-the late night bizarre texts were the best. Your pain is gone, for which we are grateful. But the world is a little less today than it was just a few short days ago. Well done my friend-be at peace.
Posted by Janet Hubbard on May 18, 2016
Oh John, the hours we spent many years ago each of us waiting for a customer to come into our businesses! The talking and laughing and goofing off...squirt bottle chases through the halls etc etc. Hopefully we helped each other through the quiet times! Then came Gizmo and how he would run into the shop and slide around the corner and sweep up all our hair! Now that the two of you reunited at the Rainbow Bridge you can both be happy in the wonderful place you are together. You have and always will have a special place in my heart and my kids hearts too for the fun loving, special, wonderful person you always were! RIP my dear John!!!! Will miss you even though I didn't see you very often anymore....I did stop in every time I was down there!
Posted by Corinne Cibelli on May 17, 2016
No 'Tears in Heaven", but tons here on earth. You are love and missed very much my friend. I am grateful you were in my life. Always in my heart. Love you
Posted by Betty Macaluso on May 16, 2016
My Dear Cousin Johnny,

Oh, how we will miss you. You were such a kind, loving, caring person. You are loved by family friends and your customers too. I remember when you were a little guy and your family lived up north; my Mom and (your Great Aunt Dorothy) we would come to visit and you would get so excited.

Later, when you and your family moved to Florida, your Auntie Vi and me came to visit and you did everything you could to make our visit memorable.
I remember the camping trips in your motor home at the ocean.

Cancer took you from us too soon. You are at peace now, no more pain and suffering. You will always be loved and "Forever Missed"
Posted by Joe Macaluso on May 16, 2016

Dear Cousin John,
Many times when I write I sometimes have to search for words or envision my thoughts like sentences coming to me from the sky. Tonight my dear cousin, I don’t have to search for words because my thoughts are coming from a much closer place…my heart. I only wish that I would have been able to tell you in person but I know my mother and father will convey my thoughts to you up in Heaven.

A few years ago when we were in the hospital visiting our cousin “Bubba”, you decided to buy some food for all of the family and asked me to come with you because you didn’t know the area up in Woodstock. I am so glad you asked me because in that one hour, you and I, for the very first time had the opportunity to have a close wonderful conversation…just me and you. In that hour, I was blessed to understand the real John Glorioso. The most kindest, compassionate, generous, intelligent, family orientated human being I have ever known.

I have visions of our Heavenly family welcoming you in Heaven. Oh my, what a beautiful vision it is. Your Dad, your sister Donna, Your Grandpa Charlie & Grandma Lillian, Uncle Paul, Aunt Vi, Uncle Chuck, Bubba, Aunt Dorothy & Uncle Joe and so many other family & friends. All there to be with for eternity.
Johnny, you will be tremendously missed because everybody loved you. Your kindness will never be forgotten, nobody ever forgets a person like you. Rest in peace my dear cousin and please tell my mom & dad I love and miss them. Love, Cousin Joe

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