John Gannon Ammons
September 5, 1985 – June 19, 2020
John Gannon Ammons, age 34, left this world on June 19, 2020. He was born on September 5, 1985 in Charlotte, North Carolina to parents John and Lynne Ammons.
John was educated in the Charlotte School System and attended NC State University and Sandhills Community College, graduating Cum Laude.
Family and friends will particularly remember his intellect, and his kind and gentle nature.
John is survived by his parents, his fiancée, Cassie West, his son, Gannon West Ammons, his unborn daughter and a host of aunts, uncles and cousins.
A memorial service will be held at a future date.
Online condolences may be offered at www.mcewenminthillchapel.com
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
John Gannon Ammons
Sheila Snipes Smith
June 26, 2020
The Ammons/Gannon/West families are in our thoughts and prayers during this sad time. We have such fond memories of John Gannon, particularly his younger years. May he rest in peace. Blessings and love to all...Ed and Sheila Snipes Smith
June 25, 2020
To Lynne and Family,
My deepest sympathy to you for the tragic loss of your dear son.
So very sad to hear your heartbreaking news.
You and your family are in my prayers.
Know the Lord will guide you through this darkness.
With Love and Prayers and Deepest Sympathy,
June 24, 2020
Lynne, so sorry to read of your son's death. Thinking of you and your family.
June 23, 2020
When John Gannon was born, how he brightened our lives with those big blue eyes and that blonde hair, so easy to tousle. He loved his matchbox cars, his Red Ted, and his transformers.
I don’t remember when John Gannon reached my height, but I do remember wondering when in the world he would ever stop growing. Six feet? Six two? Six five?
I guess it took a big body to hold such a loving heart. John Gannon was a sweet child and a gentle, graceful man. If he loved you, you knew it. He would look you in the eye and tell you. That’s rare and wonderful.
John Gannon enjoyed spending time with his family. And when Gannon was born, he became a joyous, proud, and devoted father, sharing his love of the woods, the wind, and the sand with his son.
Like most highly intelligent people, John was never bored – or boring. He immersed himself in one project or another. He was a skilled and generous gardener, the best source for interesting and quirky movies and TV shows, and always quick with a wry and funny comment.
John Gannon was truly given every gift but length of years. He will be deeply, deeply missed for many lifetimes. He is gone far too soon and leaves such a giant hole in our hearts. But we’ll be with him again, when it’s our time. I expect he’s now off somewhere with his good pal Buzz happily at his side, exploring new and interesting paths.
Deepest condolences and much love to Lynne, John, and Cassie and the rest of his loving family and friends.
And God bless you, John Gannon. You carry with you our love for all of time.