December 2, 1955June 25, 2020

John J DONNELLY was born on December 2, 1955 in Bronx, NY and passed away on June 25, 2020 and is under the care of Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home.

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Ceil sconzo

July 2, 2020

John, I just heard the news about your death. You will always have a special place in my heart and will never be forgotten. We spent many evenings, and holidays together at the Pioneer Club with our extended family. You will be so greatly missed.

Love, Ceil

Tom Wisse

June 27, 2020

The Dud, my old friend..... You gave all of us; your friends, quite a few memories, a million laughs, and you will not be forgotten. Rock in Peace, Brother....

Phil Cimiluca

June 27, 2020

I met John through Keith while in high school. We had many good times together whether at Keith's house, the Apartment, or in my basement, as John called it "Phil's Open Pad". He would make us all laugh and his sense of humor was one of his memorable attributes. He was always able to take a joke. Thanks for the memories. Rest in peace.

Keith Mazanec

June 27, 2020

John and I met in High School. We both had a love of music, and listened to the same bands. We became close friends and hung out regularly during High School and College years. He had a great sense of humor and we had many memorable times together with friends. After I moved from Hasbrouck Heights it was harder to stay in touch, but we still got together on Christmas for a few hours with his family. Always a good time.
I was glad we were able to catch up again a few weeks ago, and will always cherish the time we had together.
RIP my friend.
May his family find comfort during this difficult time.

Tony Dente

June 26, 2020

John and I met during our freshman year at Hasbrouck Heights High School. He was a talented musician, artist and writer with a great sense of humor and we became instant friends. We formed a band called “Uncle Tonoose” and played local swim clubs, dances and mixers during our junior and senior years. He was a natural on the bass guitar and was what we referred to as “rock material” right from the start.
It has been many years since I last saw John, but that doesn’t make his passing any less sad. He was an important part of my youth and someone I shall never forget.
RIP old friend.

Donald Trapp

June 26, 2020

Enjoyed spending time as a youngster playing with John and knowing his family. Pretty much hung around with him through my teen age and young adult years. He had a good sense of humor and would good naturedly take dares. Worked with him on my very first recording project in NYC.
My treasured younger memories will be of pleasant fun times shared with him.

May his family be comforted at this time and as the sense of loss eases may it be replaced with great precious memories of time spent with him