CLASS 'OF 75 IN MEMORY

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John Moncatch

John died after a courageous battle with cancer. He was predeceased by his wife, leaving behind family and many friends who miss him.



 
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03/26/15 05:41 PM #4    

Dan Nevoraski

John was one of my best friends in school, a very fun and genuine man. 


03/28/15 09:02 AM #5    

Gregory Schenning

I was there at the end of his life, I think of him often he was a great friend had alot of good times.

 

 

 


03/30/15 01:31 PM #6    

Cindy Soronen (Jorgensen)

John was a very kind person.  High School was not always a kind place, but John was.  He was not a best friend, I only saw him here and there a few times after graduation,  BUT his kindness will always be in my mind when I think back and remember  the Kind People who touched our world.  Thanks John

 


03/31/15 01:02 PM #7    

Tim Ralph

I remember John from Track and Cross Country. I am sadden to hear of his passing. But one thing is true, We will meet again. 


04/01/15 07:24 AM #8    

Lawrence Zamba

I'm sad to see all these nice people go, though I must admit I'd never met John.

 

 


04/01/15 09:16 AM #9    

Rick Cesario

I'm so sorry to hear about Jonh 's passing. His family has my deepest sympathies.


04/02/15 06:20 AM #10    

Michael Haubrich

I remember John for his commitment and dedication to towards the goals he set.  I was a teammate of John’s on the cross country and track team.  To encourage off season conditioning for distance runners, Coach Helwig formed an after school running club between cross country season and track our senior year (December 1974 and March 1975).  John ran over 1000 miles becoming  one of two runners who were recognized for this accomplishment (feature article and photo in Kenosha News). 

This is quite an impressive accomplishment considering the conditions.  Many long hours after school in the cold, dark winter muck of Kenosha pounding those sometimes slushy sometimes icy sidewalks and roads.  John set that goal and achieved it. That’s commitment and dedication. 

After reading some of the comments from classmates,  I regret not getting to know him better.  I imagine he lived a committed and dedicated life in all he did. Blessings to all who knew and loved him.   


04/02/15 08:21 AM #11    

Barbara Braze

John will be missed alot.  He was a good friend.  He was funny and great to hang around with.   I was his date for Prom our junior year and we had alot of fun.  My deepest sympathies to his family.   I'm sorry that we lost touch after graduation. 


04/02/15 10:32 AM #12    

Jeffrey Starr

You've all heard the saying that " that at our age Life starts taking things away from us rather than gives."  I am deeply saddened that we are losing those whom we have grown up with and known. John was about as straight as an arrow kinda guy that I've ever met.  Even at 16-18 years old he kept his priorities close to his vest  and was a true friend. He will be missed.. My heartfelt prayers of comfort to his family.   RIP John.


04/02/15 10:04 PM #13    

Michael Bruns

My memories of John also come from our Cross Country experience.  He said very little but modeled so much. Class Act all the way. 


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