My deepest condolences on Uncle John's passing. I didn't know he was ill and received a call from Aunt Mary. Although I couldn't attend the services, my thoughts & prayers were with the family. God Bless & Godspeed Uncle John.
Although I've never had the privilege of meeting the east coast Dobacks, reading the obituary for my great-uncle John made me think of his brother, my grandpa, Mike. I used to watch old country westerns with him as a kid and the ONLY kind of music that would get his feet moving was polka. I'm sad I never got to meet John but I know how much he was loved. I thought I would share with you an Irish blessing that I came across when my grandpa passed away:
May you see God's light on the path ahead
When the road you walk is dark.
May you always hear,
Even in your hour of sorrow,
The gentle singing of the lark.
When times are hard may hardness
Never turn your heart to stone,
May you always remember
when the shadows fall—
You do not walk alone.
The Michael Doback Family posted a Condolence
| May 09, 2011
Joanne and Suzanne,
Please accept our sincere condolences for the loss of your father. Although time and miles have separated us for many years, know that you have been in our thoughts and prayers.
May the peace of God be with you on this journey.
Mike, Dianne, and Catie Doback
John was always one of those amazing men who could do anything with his hands. He always had a smile and always available to lend a hand. He is one of those people who made the world a better place for his being here.
Dick and Ruth Anderson posted a Condolence
| May 09, 2011
Sorry to learn of John's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are for you all.