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Johnny, My dear brother,You left this world to soon.My heart is broken.I'll miss our talks sharing our thoughts.My prayers are with you on this journey, may God embrase youin his arms.Thank you for your love, I will treasure it always.Love Annie.
Perry and Lynn Hall
Words cannot express the sadness in our hearts.We will miss John dearly.We are praying for Pat and all the family. May God’s blessings guide you through this difficult time.
My deepest sympathies to your family. Rest in peace, John, you will forever be missed by those who met you and those who have not yet had the privilege.
Johnny became my first friend when my parents moved to Wells Avenue in Croton-on-Hudson in the 1950’s. We were 5 years old. I feel like I have lost my brother. Johnny and I got our share of bumps and bruises growing up on that street, and the memories we shared of those days seemed endless. Street games and the Good Humor Man belonged to an era now gone but hardly forgotten. Childhood memories never fade, nor do lifetime friendships that helped to create them. I’m gonna miss you Johnny. Rest In Peace my friend.
John Clemens Dehm
John Clemens Dehm passed away on September 16, 2022, at the age of 71 in Fernandina Beach, FL.
John was born in 1951 in Ossining, NY and was the son of the late Margaret and Clemens Dehm. He leaves behind his wife of more than 49 years, Patti; his daughters, Ami Qualls (Ben), Kristi-Anne Covert (Chris), Kendra Dehm (Blaine Matte); and grandchildren, Elliott, Jameson, Myles, Graham, and Everest; as well as extended family members and friends.
John lived a full life and would light up a room when he walked into it. He was a talented artist/painter, a master craftsman, a captivating storyteller, and a life-long NY Yankees fan. John was a self-taught chef who loved creating his own recipes but could never re-create them. He and Patti loved travelling and life on the beach, where he enjoyed sailing, fishing, and surfing.
He had a deep affection for his three “munchkins”, Aggie, Archie, and KC; with whom he shared his heart and his love of ice cream.
He will be greatly missed by all that knew him, but his legacy will continue with his daughters and grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, the family wishes memorial contributions would be made to The Gary Sinise Foundation or The Tunnels to Towers Foundation.