john smith
(2007 - 1984)

john smith

January 8, 2007

February 14, 1984

This site is dedicated to john smith. the main purpose i wanted it to serve was as a place for people to sign the guestbook and share stories of john

After a courageous battle with gall bladder cancer, John K. Simpson succumbed on July 21, 2009. He is preceded in death by his wife Gloria Conley. John leaves behind his beloved life partner Susan Krause with whom he shared his last wonderful years. John will be forever remembered by his three adult children: Sandra Webb, John Simpson III, and Camiel Simmons, as well as their children Davia, Zyru, Zyaire, Erin, Ira, and Abbigail. John will also be dearly missed by Susan’s three children Dean, Amy and Curtis, and their sons Otto, Max, and Anthony. John’s siblings Barbara Conrad and Richard Simpson also grieve the passing of their dear brother. John was an honest man with a big heart. His robust “how ya’ doin’?” will be remembered by all.

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