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POPEK, Jonathan Stanley

POPEK, Jonathan Stanley

Jonathan Stanley POPEK, age 59. Beloved son of Louis (deceased) and Blanche (nee Bukowski). Loving brother to Edward, James (deceased), Robert (deceased), Richard (deceased), and Scott. Dear uncle, nephew, cousin and friend to many others. Jonathan’s closest personal friends and family only per his wishes may attend visitation and funeral service.

VISITATION, SUN. OCT. 10, 1-3 PM AT THE ZABOR FUNERAL HOME, 5680 PEARL RD. PARMA (BETW. SNOW & RIDGE), AND FUNERAL SERVICE ALSO AT ZABOR’S ON MON. OCT. 11, 12:30 PM. INTERMENT, HOLY CROSS CEMETERY.

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Condolences for the family of “POPEK, Jonathan Stanley”

Condolence from EDWARD POPEK on October 7th, 2021 7:14 am

I AM SO VERY, VERY SORRY THAT YOU NEVER ACHIEVED HAPPINESS AND CONTENTMENT DURING YOUR TRAGICALLY SHORT LIFE.
I WILL LOVE YOU FOREVER, MY BROTHER.

Condolence from scott popek on October 8th, 2021 11:43 am

jon loved the farm, riding his four wheeler, having a beer by the bonfire.he is at the big farm in the sky along with dad, robby,richy,jamey, and jim jacobs. he will be missed.

Condolence from Bruce W. Trakas on October 13th, 2021 3:42 am

My sympathies to Mrs.. Popek, Ed and Scotty. Jonny is a terrible loss.
Mrs Popek gave birth to 6 sons during her marriage. Only 2 survive now, Edward the oldest and Louis Scott, the youngest.
Very dad.
May God grant Jonathom eternal blessed repose, pardon, forgiveness and remission of sins.
“Blessed is the way, wherein you walk today. For a place of rest is prepared for you.”

Condolence from Mary Kolakowski on October 13th, 2021 8:18 am

I am literally at a loss for words. Im sorry just isn’t enough. Although, I am so very sorry & heartbroken. Johnnie was our big teddy bear. Im so grateful for the many, many great & fun memories we shared. After every phone call, even if he was mad. It always ended in “I love you”. We will miss you Johnnie. You are in a far better place now. I’ll be seeing you someday, until then, I love you!!!
Blanche, Eddie & Scottie, you are in my prayers. May our Lord find you some peace during this difficult time and always

Condolence from Mark Muckley on October 18th, 2021 12:36 pm

Loud and boisterous, Jon’s sharp wit kept all his friends in stitches. His often inappropriate behavior and sense of humor brought a lot of laughter to those who were lucky enough to know him. Jon was also wicked smart, and took a lot of pride in his work. He will be missed by many. Rest In Peace, big man.

Condolence from Julie Grace Skwarski on October 21st, 2021 2:08 am

REST IN PEACE , JOHNNY ✝️✝️✝️✝️

Condolence from Nick Peshe on December 7th, 2021 4:00 am

Jon was my first boss, a great teacher and a mentor. His straight to the point genuine demeanor allowed me to get it right at work and remember it, ultimately making me a better man each day. I appreciate you and will never forget you. I will remember the laughs and jokes always. When I had nothing Jon & Scott gave me a job & were willing to go out of his way to help me move stuff with his trucks or advance me some $ out of my pay if I wanted to buy a new tool or pay my phone bill.
He discouraged my bad habits yet never turned me away in a time of need. You were a genuinely great person who cared for others. God Bless You and I know you are at peace ️


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