John F. Dautrich

August 31, 1952September 21, 2020

John F. Dautrich “Jump”, 68, of Paoli, PA passed away peacefully on Monday, September 21, 2020.

Jump was the loving husband of Cindy Corkhill Dautrich. Jump was a true native of the Main Line. Growing up in Narberth and Haverford, he was a lifer at the Episcopal Academy. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and spent his career in the insurance industry. After forty years, he retired in 2018. Jump was very involved in the community, including many years as a coach and board member of TEYSA and as an Elder and Deacon at Wayne Presbyterian Church. He joined the T&E Care board shortly after its inception and served as Chairman from 2015 until his passing. His passion for helping others and his dedication to the local community were unparalleled. Surviving are two children: Chris (Devon) and Cinda Johnson (Craig) and four grandchildren: Eliza, Tyler, Juliet and Ryan. Also surviving are three siblings: Susie Lastowski (Mike), Lisa Black (John) and Jim (Bobbie). For those of you who are most comfortable celebrating Jump from a distance, we invite you to drive by and visit with the family on Friday, October 2 between 10:00-11:00AM at 501 Weatherstone Drive, Paoli, PA. A private family service will be held from 11:30AM to 12:00PM. All are invited to participate virtually; please visit or click on the link below to view the live service starting on Friday, October 2nd at 11:30AM. For those who are comfortable celebrating Jump in person, we invite you to Jump’s Celebration of Life anytime between 1:00 and 4:00 in the expansive, lovely backyard of Susie and Michael Lastowski’s home at 57 Meadows Lane, Haverford, PA (rain or shine). We kindly ask that you participate in either the drive-by or the in-person celebration. Due to current COVID-19 restrictions, we ask that you RSVP to Cinda Johnson at by Sept 29 with the number attending the backyard Celebration. Masks must be worn at all times. After we reach the allowed size limit, we will encourage you to participate in one of the other ways to honor Jump. Due to these unusual times, we hope that each of you finds a personally meaningful way to remember Jump. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Jump’s honor to The Episcopal Academy’s Class of 1970 Scholarship Fund. Please make checks payable to The Episcopal Academy: 1785 Bishop White Drive, Newtown Square, PA 19073.


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    Friday, October 2, 2020



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Gwenn & Eddie Loder

December 3, 2020

We are so sorry to learn of Jump’s passing. He was truly one of the sweetest people we’ve ever met. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

With deep sympathy,

Gwenn & Eddie Loder

Bob and Jeanne LaBuz

November 17, 2020

We learned about John’s passing this morning. I missed his annual birthday phone call on November 12th, I was sensing that something might have happened so I did a search and found out
about his passing. This leaves us so, so sad. He was our insurance agent since 1980 - so kind- so honest- so approachable - so informed.
He always spoke about his love for Cindy, his two children and grandchildren.
We send our sincerest condolences to his entire family. John was the absolute best and we will miss him so much. God Bless!

Bill Small

November 13, 2020

I just read the announcement of John's death from a NAIFA-NJ email today. I am so sorry. It is always especially sad when you lose one of the good guys. And, John was a good guy.

I first met John when he worked for Philadelphia Life. That gives you an idea how long I knew John. John was always a pleasure to know and to be in his company. John went out of his way in business to go that extra mile. I always had the feeling that it was the same in his personal life. i talked to John after he had retired and had that opportunity to wish him well. John was always a great guy and I will miss him.

Bryan Evoy

October 5, 2020

I was saddened to hear of John’s passing and I wish all of his family the best. I knew John professionally through the insurance industry for many years, and my father knew him for many additional years. John wasn’t just a professional contact, he was a friend. He was sincere and genuine. I’m glad to have known John for the time I did and will miss him.

Skip Allen

October 4, 2020

Jumper was a truly wonderful person ... always smiling and always willing to help everyone.
He was especially concerned about those less fortunate than himself.
He helped make TEYSA soccer the best soccer club in Pennsylvania. I am proud to have called him my friend.

Skip Allen

Doug Hoeschle

October 3, 2020

Jumper was a real treasure in our extended family. I know we all look forward to his Christmas letters that are always full of faith, hope and love just like him.

So sorry he’s left us too soon but I know he lives on in the hearts of Cindy and his children and grandchildren.

Laurie & Jeff Fetten

October 1, 2020

Dear Cindy snd Family,

We mourn the loss of you dear husband, father. Grandfather and brother. Our dear friend Jump will forever remain in our hearts and memory. He was a truly special and Inspirational Man. So much courage and strength... alwAys happy and kind. We will miss him so much.

With sympathy and sadness,
Laurie & Jeff

Darien Threadgill

October 1, 2020

Grace and I were so sorry to hear about the passing of our friend, Jumper. Jump was always one the most optimistic people that we were fortunate to know. Every time you talked with him you went away feeling better. He will be remembered and missed dearly.
Grace and Darien

Judy and Byron Cotter

October 1, 2020

We were very sorry to hear of Jump’s passing. It was always enjoyable to talk with him at various game from Little League all the way up through Conestoga. Our sons Will and Byron III (Boot) also remember him fondly. Jump was such a friendly and outgoing person and he will be missed by many. Our sincere condolences go out to the family.


September 27, 2020

My deepest sympathy to the entire family. John was one of the finest men I have ever known. I always looked forward to family get togethers and shooting the breeze for hours with him. I am so profoundly sorry to hear of his passing.
Love, Tommy