Guestbook

The online guestbook for John Robert Suisman

Posted on September 09, 2019
Posted by: Amy Selwyn
From: Exeter NH

Message: Dear Kathy and the Suisman Family, I am so saddened by the news of John's passing. The world lost such a fine person today. My parents thought the world of John (and of all of the Suismans) and I speak for Carol & Dutch, as well here. Much love to you all. Amy Selwyn


Posted on September 09, 2019
Posted by: Cindy Chazan and Jay Leipzig
From: West Orange NJ

Message: Dear Kathy and Richard: We are so sorry for your loss and that of John’s children and grandchildren. The Jewish community was fortunate to have had the leadership of two generations of Suismans. The example set by Ed Suisman and his quiet work behind the scenes during WWII to raise money to free the Jews of Europe is a story yet to be written and told to younger generations. This quiet sense of mission and obligation to give and lead by example was inherited by Michael, Richard and John. The community has lost a special man. We wish you much comfort. Cindy and Jay


Posted on September 09, 2019
Posted by: elsa gassner
From: Sedona AZ

Message: Dear Kathy, We were deeply saddened to read the news of John's passing. He was a very special guy and we send our sincere sympathy to you and your family. Fondly elsa and peter gassner


Posted on September 11, 2019
Posted by: janet Cooperman
From: Bernardsville Nj

Message: Dearest Kathy, I was so very sorry to hear about John. I remember meeting you when you were first married & we lived on the same street. He was a wonderful guy...-always a kind word and a smile. My deepest sympathies to you and your family....Betsy’s second mother, you are an inspiration to her. Much love , Jan


Posted on September 12, 2019
Posted by: Cummings, Mike
From: Killingworth Ct

Message: John was my fellow board member at MSRH. He was a valued, active and much respected member of our board. He will be missed and always remembered.


Posted on September 09, 2019
Posted by: Henry M Zachs
From: Farmington ct

Message: Kathy and Family John was one of a kind from a great family. I will never forget Kathy was helping John on the practice range with his first hit after his accident. The bravery, kindness and love that I observed from afar was unforgettable. He was such a kind person who loved his family and his Community I will always remember that day. Henry


Posted on September 10, 2019
Posted by: Richard Levy
From: BLOOMFIELD Connecticut

Message: The first thing that came to mind when I read of the passing of John (A blessed memory)were tears to my eyes. John always had a smile when we would see each other @ the Bloomfield Starbucks and he would always ask if I had time could I please cary his purchase to the car for him. It always gave me extra time to spend with him and enjoy the unbelievable mind John possed. John will be missed by all!!


Posted on September 10, 2019
Posted by: Dr. Edward Karl
From: West Hartford Ct

Message: My staff will truly miss John and I will sincerely miss talking with him here in the office, at lunch and of course about our golf lessons. Tobye has fond memories of when he was working with her at the Rehabilitation Hospital. He was a role model and an inspiration for others. He will be missed.


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