John J. Jurick Sr., age 70 of Mentor, passed away October 5th, 2020 at home surrounded by his family. He was born on February 09th, 1950 in Cleveland to the late Joseph and Jean Jurick.
John worked at Conrail in Collinwood, Reliance Electric in Euclid and was the owner of Memphis Barber Shop.
John enjoyed fishing, hunting and most especially, spending time with his family.
John is loving husband for 51 years of Diane M. Jurick (nee Putney); beloved father of Lisa M. (James) Baker, Gina M. (Don) Salupo; John J. (Michelle) Jurick Jr., Diane M. Coughlin and Rebecca M. (Mike) Bauer; dearest grandfather of Christina Baker, Nicole (Dan) Sutter, Amanda Baker, Gianna and Joseph Salupo, Jessica and Jenna Jurick, Riley and Mason Coughlin, Hannah, Hailey, Sophia and Gabriella Bauer; brother of the late Phillip Jurick Sr.; brother in law of Mary Ann Jurick, Bill (Alexis) Putney, Craig (Marianne) Putney and John (Maria) Putney; uncle and cousin of many.
The Jurick family will receive friends from 4-8 PM Thursday, October 8th at McMahon Coyne Vitantonio Funeral Home, 6330 Center Street, Mentor. A Funeral Mass will be held at 11 AM Friday, October 9th at Holy Redeemer Church, 15712 Kipling Ave., Cleveland. A private burial will be held at a later date at Mentor Cemetery. Please observe social distancing and bring a mask covering.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Jeff Monreal Funeral and Cremation Services.
10 Replies to “John J. Jurick Sr.”
Peace be with you sir.
Please accept our sincere sympathy
Our thoughts and prayers are with you Diane and your family. John and I were good friends from Alhambra in Collinwood. I always keep a special place in my heart for my childhood friends. I know he will be missed by you all. God bless.
I had the pleasure of working with John in my barbershop when he’d filled in. He was very passionate about his work and his family and referred to me like a daughter, that made me smile. He also worked with my dad as a barber. So sorry he had to leave this world to soon.
Jeff and I extend our condolences and prayers to Diane and her family.
Diane and family,
I am praying for peace for all of you.A railroader never wants to lose another railroader.We are all friends and it hurts.You were soul mates and I am sorry you lost your other half so early in life.Take care my friend
You have my deepest condolences. My thoughts and prayers to the entire family.
Diane and Family,
Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage
to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. John was a great childhood friend, he will be missed.
Rest in Peace John
Just ran across this today. John always talked about his family and we customers were better off for knowing John. Hope your family gets some peace from the comments.