John T. Kovach, Sr. – Guestbook Entries
Jeanne Teats Callahan
Darlene, John and remaining family,
My thoughts and prayers are with you. So many memories that goes back to our childhood. Loved when your Dad would share stories of his time during World War II. Despite all that he went through as a POW, he was still proud of time spent serving his country. One also knew in talking with him, how much he loved and cherished his family. May peace and comfort be be with all of you.
Joseph and Cindy Peters
John and Darlene, I didn't know your dad personally, but from what I knew about him, he was a good and great man. Sorry for your loss
Our sympathy and thoughts are to all the family and friends of John T. Kovach. A kinder more loving man I've never met. John was a treasure , so warm and friendly. He will be missed by all who have had the privilege of knowing him. He loved unconditionally. Praying for comfort and peace at this time and the days to come.
Jim and Donna Smolko
Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.
We are saddened to hear of the loss of Mr. Kovach. We have known him for many years and were always happy to see him at the Smolko family Christmas Eve dinner each year. He was family. He will be missed.
Our thanks to him for his service to this country. What a kind and courageous man he was.
To Darlene, Mike, John and All - know that you are in our prayers and time will lighten this burden.
God's grace. We love you all, Jim and Donna
Donna Jean Evcic Casey
Darlene and John,
I am very sorry for your loss. Your Father's happy spirit will be missed and we are all minus a ray of his sunshine. Some of my fondest childhood memories are of when our families got together on those warm summer Sundays at Duman Lake Park for picnics. We'd run around the park and watch the adults (who thought they could play softball) and coming to your house for the July 4th parade or Uncle John and you all coming to Colver for a Sunday visit. Your parents are together again and I'm sure they are smiling down at you both. Hold tight to your memories, I am sure your Dad left you many.
My heartfelt sympathies to each of you ~ John was one of my favorite home visits. He was a kind and sweet man. May God surround all with HIS peace and comfort during this difficult time
I will miss Uncle John, he was always a kind good person. Every time I had come back to PA and stpped and visited he was happy to see us and talk about many things. He was true Hero. I wish I could be there but my prayers are there for all of the family. I know he is with God and with everyone who was waiting for him to come home. God Bless him and all of you. - Carol ox
What a brave, caring, wonderful man, I know his family will miss him dearly. God bless you and help ease your grief. I am so proud that he is my great-uncle. I know my Grandfather, Michael Kovach, loved his siblings so much, and is delighted to see his dear brother once more.
Charles and Kelly Lefort
Prayers are with you all. May God provide comfort for your loss. The world is a better place because your father was part of it. Blessed to have known him.
John T. Kovach, Sr. was a member of the "Greatest Generation."
Jim and Linda (Charney) Todd Canton, Ohio
Darlene and John
Sorry to hear of your dad's passing. My dad would always enjoy talking to him and your mom on his visits to see his sister Sue Comitz. We stopped to see him in 2008 and had a good time talking with him.. I know you will all miss him. You have our Deepest Sympathy.
I am so sorry for your loss.
John was a fabulous person!