OBITUARY

John R. London

December 18, 1942February 9, 2021

John Richard London (Jack) of Titusville, FL was born on December 18, 1942 in Jersey City, New Jersey.

Jack served in the Army and went to Vietnam in 1968, he received 2 Bronze Stars.

He married Pat in 1973 and had one son, John Brian London in 1979. Jack started working for S.B. Thomas’ Inc. in 1963 delivering Thomas’ English Muffins in Jersey City, he worked in the baking business for 39 years, all with the same company through several mergers and acquisitions. Jack loved Auto Racing, he and Pat would travel the U.S. and Canada following racing. He also loved horse racing and the Dallas Cowboys.

Jack was diagnosed with terminal cancer in December of 2017 and was given a short timeline. He beat all the odds; he never gave up and was determined to beat his disease. On Tuesday, February 9, 2021, Jack and Pat were heading to New Smyrna Speedway when their van was hit by a motorcycle just outside the speedway. Jack passed away at the scene, God laid him down, face up, eyes shut, and he peacefully went home, he was spared the pain and suffering as the cancer was aggressively progressing.

He is survived by his wife Pat, his son John, daughter-in-law, Guisella, three grandchildren and two brothers, Wayne London and Brett London. A life well lived.

in lieu of flowers, donations may be made in John's name to the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, FL.

Live Streaming of the funeral service may be viewed a few moments before 1:00pm on the Florida Memorial Funeral Home/Florida Memorial Gardens Facebook page OR from the DignityMemorial.com website in the Services section, click JOIN LIVESTREAM ( for those who do not have Facebook ).

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    Tuesday, February 23, 2021

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Cherie Graham

February 22, 2021

What an honor it was to have had the opportunity to meet Jack! I don’t think I can ever remember a time that he wasn’t smiling, laughing, or sharing a story! I hold such fond memories of Christmas parades and backyard BBQ’s, with Jack’s famous hot wings, close to my heart. Sending much love to Pat, John, Guisella and the kids during such a difficult time.❤️ ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Much love, Cherie Graham

John & grace WARDLAW

February 20, 2021

Losing someone so dear is devastating and no words can ever really
Relieve that pain. But to help we wish healing during these toughest days. And know Jack-will forever live on in the journeys you shared together. Love John and Grace

Bettyann Harlow

February 19, 2021

What a wonderful man we shared so many beautiful memories with him and Pat. May God give peace and comfort to Pat and the family and friends.

Ellen Sampson

February 19, 2021

Thinking of the London family as you celebrate the life of Jack London. May your loving memories provide you with comfort and peace.
Ellen Sampson
Somers, NY
(Friend of Randi Goodman and Wayne London)

Mary and TJ Reittinger

February 19, 2021

May the beautiful memories you shared bring you comfort and peace during this difficult time.
Warmest Condolences,
Mary and TJ Reittinger