Condolence & Memory Journal

I was so shocked to read that stew had passed. We grew up together. I would ser him and george when they went to Mrs. De Backers house to tend to their pigeons. He was the 1st boy I ever kissed and it was at Bel air Drive In. I was 12 and h e was 13. I knew him from mckinley thru Lincoln and we reconnected again years later when we both hired into Gm Orion assembly. He was a great guy and funny too. He always aaid we were childhood sweethearts. He talked of his family especially candace and jeff and their careers with warren police. To all that knew him..we share a huge loss. May he be happy in heaven hanging out with the Angels!

Posted by Sherry Murdock - N. Ft. Myers, FL - Friend   July 26, 2019

Candle

Jeff and Candice,
I am sorry to hear that your father passed away. At the same time, I am sure both of your parent are joining together.
I am not able to come but my thought and prayer are with you both.
Dad (Jack Rushton),
I am sorry that you lost your baby brother. I want to share my sorrow feeling with you as you already lost everyone in your family as your parent and your two brothers. You are the last one. I cannot imaged that how you feel however you are loved by Mom, Karri, Heather and I. I wish I was there to support you, Dad.
To everyone else, I am sharing same sorrow with you all, as he is my best uncle. As I don't see him as much since I lived out of state. But I remember how great he is when he and his beloved wife (Karen) baby-sitted when Karri and I was young. I remember we had a great time with him when we lived in Warren.
He is GREAT uncle as I remembered him.
As I know he is great son, great brother, great father, great grandfather, great uncle, great friend, and great in everything for who he is.
May Lord Jesus Christ to be with everyone who grief with love.

Posted by John Rushton - Rochester, NY - Family   May 29, 2019