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John Consiglio

May 27, 1949November 20, 2020

Perhaps you sent a lovely card, or sat quietly in a chair. Perhaps you sent a funeral spray, if so we saw it there. Perhaps you spoke the kindest words, as any friend could say. Perhaps you were not there at all, just thought of us that day. Whatever you did to console our hearts, we thank you so much whatever the part.

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John Aloisio

November 23, 2020



I can’t find the words to express the sadness and sorrow I feel for the unexpected loss of my dearest lifelong friend, John.

John has always been my “ brother from another mother” and we have been inseparable from the time we met ( fourth grade PS 120 grade school 1960) I am fortunate to have known such a kind and generous individual and to have so many wonderful memories that I will always cherish.

Our 2018 South African safari trip with our daughters Meredith and Lauren will always stand out as a magical adventure.

Unfortunately, we didn’t get the chance to finish our buck list.

You will always be in my thoughts.

With all my love,

Johnny Gunther

Joe and Mary Rizzo

November 23, 2020

My name is Joe Rizzo and my wife Mary Rizzo send our condolences to John’s 2 daughters and other family members in regards to the passing of our good friend. I worked with John at Main Street Radiology for about 8 years and I enjoyed our friendship. He was a funny guy and fun to be with. Again my wife and I are sorry for your loss and may John RIP.



Elizabeth Schiefke

November 23, 2020

John has touched our lives in so many special ways and leaves behind so many wonderful memories. He was always caring, always fun loving, and always ready to lend a helping hand. We have all experienced “Batman’s” quick wit and his kindness and he will be remembered as just a good natured guy. John loved spending time on Baxter Mountain at the Cabin and was always puttering around with his Tree Stand, making it ready for the big hunt. John left us too soon and we will all miss him dearly. Our hearts are broken, our tears are flowing, and yes, we are holding on to the memories John left behind. Rest in Peace dear “Batman”. Love Liz and Denny.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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