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05/14/12 09:26 PM #1    

Terri Weborg (Bartell)

Rest in Peace, John.


07/05/12 11:01 PM #2    

Gary Edwards

John: Will always rember you (& your sister Laura) at Joaquin Miller Jr. High and briefly at McClatchy, if my memory serves me correctly. You had a great zest for life, since of humor, and were one heck of a dancer- center of attention on the dance floor!!  You passed away way too young, and I pray you are in God's Eternal Kingdom. Hope we meet again someday in the hereafter, God willing. If the Good Lord enjoy's "America's Got Talent", I'm sure you will be on center stage!! Deepest regards, Johnnie.


08/19/12 10:09 PM #3    

Jonathan Brosin

John--

 

You were doing rock and roll when the rest of didn't know diddly.  Loved your music!


08/23/12 07:07 PM #4    

Art Carlson

Johnny and I were good friends from the 7th grade to the time that Johnny passed. Johnny's Uncle, who was just a couple of years older than the rest of us, got Johnny started playing the guitar. And, before we were out of Jouquin Miller, Johnny had formed a band with Uncle Russ and others. To fast forward, 'Johnny and the Dominions' Played dances at the old Governor's Hall. And one of his last gigs that I remember was the Skyroom of the Mapes Hotel in Reno. His star was rising! But the Viet Nam draft cut it short! Johnny didn't make Viet Nam, but was killed in a car wreck while serving in the Marine Corp. I'm sure that, if Johnny hadn't been taken prematurely, He'd be a candidate for the Rock'N'Roll hall of fame.


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