John E. Palmer
- October 3, 1926 - January 28, 2013
- Noblesville, Indiana
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Dear Barbara and family:
We hold you all in our prayers. John was a very special person. I felt, when I talked with him, as if I was talking to my father, who lives far enough away fo prevent frequent visits. My did is 87, alife-long Hoosier resident (except for time in Europe during WWII, and also atteneded Butler. John Huffman and John Palmer sat next to each other in choir for a number of years, and John H. enjoyed their
Posted by: Edie Huffman - Indianapolis, IN - Friend and fellow choir member Feb 03, 2013
John You wERE mY OLDEST AND IN EVERYWAY my Best friend I will remember you in so many ways over the last 80 some years Jodie and I will miss you. And Barb too. The PaLMERS ALL OF THEM WERE ALWAYS GOOD TO THE COBBS. i TREASAURE ourlong lasting fr9iendship'MMXZZL
Posted by: Jack & Jodzie - Aurora, IL - O o o LD Friends Feb 02, 2013
You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
Terry and Jeri Eaton
Posted by: Terry Eaton - Carmel, IN - Friend of Larry Feb 02, 2013
Our deepest sympathies to the Palmer family. We so enjoyed John's wit and company at the race parties at Miller's.
Lifting you all in prayer.
Th Hayes Family,
Brett, Kris, Aaron, and Kate
Posted by: The Hayes Family - Cicero, IN - Friends Feb 02, 2013
Thinking of you.
Posted by: Mike and Julianne Jaensson - Noblesville, IN - Friend Feb 02, 2013
I want to extend my sympathies and prayers during this difficult time in the loss of a treasured person in your life. I have always admired how close you are to your parents. I remember years ago before I moved away from Indy, the many times you and Tom, and your parents, opened your home at Lake Wawassee. We had so much fun boating around and swimming in the lake. Your parents hospitality is always remembered. The sense of
Posted by: Debbie Seime - Sugar Land, TX - Friend of Patti's Feb 02, 2013
I was so sorry to hear of John's passing. What an incredibly nice person he was. I worked with him at American States and knew him for over 30 years. We shared many good laughs over the Claims Crooners and their performance at many of the retirement parties and United Way parties. My thoughts and prayers are with his family right now. Rest in peace John!
Posted by: Bette Wechsler - Fishers, IN - Friend and fellow co-worker Feb 01, 2013
We count John and Barbara as two of our great friends for 40 years or so.
Have enjoyed time with both of them golfing, singing, doing skits, playing games, and being together in chuch and sorority. We have loved watching John's many performances making others laugh and enjoy themselves. He had a certain knack of doing that. Loved seeing his ear tug-- singing in the choir! We will surely miss him a lot.
Posted by: Norm and Sue Stuart - Indpls., IN - old friends Feb 01, 2013
Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and that you have our most sincere sympathy. You and John had so many good years together, and their memory will be with you always. Warmly, Betty and Tom Lofton
Posted by: Betty Lofton - Indianapolis, IN - friend Feb 01, 2013
We have very fond memories of John over the last 10 years during our winters in Florida. We first met John and Barbara on the golf course at kelly Greens Golf and Country Club in Fort Myers. Although we stayed at Kelly Greens for only a couple of years and moved on to another golf community in Fort Myers, we always met John and Barbara for lunch at Bistro 41 at Bell Tower. We have also exchanged Chrisrmas cards and
Posted by: Karl and Vera Gordinier - Fort Myers, FL - Friends from Florida Feb 01, 2013