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John Anthony Wesselmann

September 17, 1972March 25, 2021
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John Wesselmann, 48, passed away, much too early, on March 25, 2021. He was born Sept. 17, 1972, in Kansas City, Missouri.

John attended Texas A&M and University of Texas. He graduated with a B.S in Management Information Systems. He loved his work as a Software developer which he did for Koch-Glitsch in Dallas and then Wichita. He moved to Kansas City to be closer to family and continued developing Software for DXC Technology in Overland Park.

John was a passionate and loyal sports fan. John could recite numbers and statistics about players and teams. He had a quick wit and an excellent memory and always had a joke to tell or a movie line to quote. He enjoyed his annual Fantasy football draft trips to fun places with exciting activities. He was excellent at any kind of trivia, and had vast knowledge of every subject.

He will be mourned by his parents Liz and Eddie Gangriwala; father Doug Wesselmann (Debra); brother, Adam; sister Amy (Beau); niece Hailey and nephews Garrett and Aryck; his step-siblings Vincent, Madolin and Hannah; and his many friends. John was preceded in death by his brother, Stephen Wesselmann, and his loving dog, Duke.

Due to the need for safety and social distancing, family and close friends will privately celebrate John’s life.

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Nafisa Dholkawala

April 3, 2021

John will be remembered by us very dearly. May God give you courage to bear this irreplaceable loss. Please accept our heart felt condolences

Nafisa and Mohammadi

Mannan and Rukhsana Matcheswala

April 1, 2021

"Grief is a price we pay for love". We share in your grief and pray that God gives you all, the courage to bear this irreparable loss. "Death ends a life, not a relationship".

Harleen Raina

April 1, 2021


Today and always, may loving memories bring you peace, comfort, and strength. Our deepest sympathy.
Love,
Harleen & Abhishek

Deb Walker

March 31, 2021

Deepest condolences to you all. We met John through our kids who worked at Koch. He was a funny and smart fellow.

Rich Brewster

March 31, 2021

My deepest condolences to the family. John was bright, friendly and congenial, a very nice young man.

Mel Broshears

March 31, 2021

Our hears and prayers are with all of you .
Love,
Gene and Mel

Amy Bryant

March 30, 2021

John & his beloved dog, Duke

Robert D (Bob) & Janice Brozek

March 30, 2021

All I remember is when I used to go to Liz house and Babysit John and Stephen when they were little. And boy did I ever love it. John will always be missed but he is up there with other many Angels that we know. Rest In Peace John.

Thomas Ryan

March 30, 2021

John and I were best friend in high school. We had so much fun. He also was one of my groomsmen in my wedding. Not only you were my friend but I felt you were more a brother to me. You'll be missed rest in peace John

Matt Mosley

March 30, 2021

I have many fond memories of John building Bonfire, playing dominoes, pulling pranks and enjoying life. He was our Brother and we will miss him. Here.

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Thanksgiving

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Entertaining Hailey 2012

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John and Amy 2012

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At cousins wedding

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Happy with Hailey! 2010

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