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Bob and Melanie McMichaelplanted a tree in memory on Sunday, August 25, 2019.
Sunday, August 25, 2019Our hearts are heavy in sadness to hear about Jon. God is with you to comfort and surround you with His peace and love. Bob and Melanie
Cynthia Chamberlin-Reece lit a candle
Thursday, August 22, 2019
Tom&Helen Bartuska and Family lit a candle
Sunday, July 28, 2019
Kimberly Thompson posted a condolence
Saturday, July 27, 2019Bartuska was a really good friend to us. We met him in Tyler and just lived two houses down from him. I didn't really get to know him till we transferred to PA and that's when he would come hangout with us because he was working up there. He was a joy to be around. I moved to Seattle for a year and got the chance to get together with him there a free times and got to meet his parents. I'm thankful for those times with hjm. I was so sad to hear about his passing for sure. Wish we could have seen home recently. I was excited to back in Texas because that meant we could see him soon...I loved Bartuska! He always kept us in his thoughts, even though we were so far away for so long! I will miss him! My condolences go out to his family! I'm so so sorry!!
Tyler an Sheryl Erickson posted a condolence
Tuesday, July 16, 2019Uncle Tom, Aunt Helen, Dave, Jill, Dorian, Dearest Family, We are shocked and saddened at the sudden loss of our beloved Jon. We have so many, fond, fond memories of the times we spent together. Jon was such a special man. I (Tyler) remember the first time I met Jon. We were at Roger and Celine's house for Sheryl's college graduation party and we were playing croquet. He was only a child, but he smoked me. I'm sure he thought I wasn't good enough for his cousin and I was struck by his love for family that day and how fiercely loyal he was. Later on we had some great adventures visiting him and traveling to National Parks in California when he was living out there. Our fondest memories are of camping and hiking and enjoying God's creation with him. His place in Texas was awesome and the boathouse that he built was an engineering marvel. He was so talented and creative! We send our deepest, heartfelt condolences and sympathy to you, dear ones. While his time on earth was short, he made a difference, and he was a son, brother, cousin and friend you can be so, so proud of. He was a good man and we are going to miss him so much! God in His plan wanted Jon to be home with Him and while we are so very sad right now, one day we will be together again. Every day God's mercies are new and we pray that His peace that surpasses all understanding will comfort you in this difficult time. We are praying for you and thinking about you daily in this, your time of need... May God bless and Keep you, make His face shine unto you and bring you peace. All our Love, Tyler and Sheryl
penelope wood posted a condolence
Tuesday, July 16, 2019I met Jon when he was visiting his parents on Bainbridge Island, which he frequently did. All 5 of us spent several days together at the kite festival in Long Beach one summer. Jon was happy when he could help people, as he frequently helped me with electronics and technical stuff. Jon was a generous and loving person- to his parents, to his brother and sister, and to his friends like me. I was so shocked at his passing. I will miss him and always remember the big cheerful smile on his face!!
Rob Wagoner posted a condolence
Tuesday, July 16, 2019I got to know Jon through my good friends, his parents, Tom and Helen. He came to Seattle often to visit and when here, his Dad, another close friend and I would have a weekly coffee get together to solve the world’s problems. We spent other times together – holidays & a vacation to the WA coast. Jon was a willing and very able problem solver, helping us “ole folks” make sense of the evolving electronic IT age. He gave cheerfully of his time and skills. I am shocked and deeply saddened by the life cut too short of a kind, generous and supportive friend. He had one of the most caring relationships with his parents I have ever witnessed.
Ace Acevedo posted a condolence
Tuesday, July 16, 2019My heart felt sympathy for the loss of Jon. I knew Jon during our time with Kodiak Oil and Gas. He was a wonderful guy to work with and I'm sure he will be dearly missed. Ace Acevedo
Carmen Barnhill posted a condolence
Tuesday, July 16, 2019In our family we always joked that Jon was our big brother (another kid to my parents). He was always very kind to my family and we are very grateful for the times we spent together. Jon originally worked with my mother at Texaco but i can remember so many holidays spent with him and late night discussions about life and travels. Jon was fun and will be dearly missed at our dinner table!! We love you Jon, rest in peace sweet soul!!
Raymond Farkas posted a condolence
Monday, July 15, 2019Dear Bartuska Family & Friends When I saw Jills post I had to do a double take in disbelief. I was supposed to see him this year and was planning a trip down there, just talked to him a few weeks back. Unbelievable I send you my most sincere condolences and like you I will miss him dearly RIP Jon, to be continued for sure!
Asabi Goodman posted a condolence
Monday, July 15, 2019I worked with Jon briefly as an intern for Texaco in the late 90’s. I remember him as very friendly and welcoming. So sorry to hear of his passing.
Marcia Simpson posted a condolence
Monday, July 15, 2019I am so sorry to hear about Jon. I worked with him at JW and thought he was a great guy and engineer. My prayers go out to the family in this time of sorry. Marcia Simpson
Bobby Davis posted a condolence
Monday, July 15, 2019Very....Very sad & shocked to hear about Jon's passing. I worked with Jon before J-W Energy and even before! He had a joy of life, a great person and engineer, who will be missed. Prayers to the family and that they find peace. Blessings! Bobby <")>><
Barbara Floyd posted a condolence
Monday, July 15, 2019Jon always had a smile on his face. He was a very polite & smart young man. I knew him from J-W Operating . Prayers for his family & friends.
Diana Millsap lit a candle
Monday, July 15, 2019
Wanda Miller posted a condolence
Monday, July 15, 2019Praying for all of you. I worked with Jon at J-W in Longview. Loved his laugh and smile. He will be missed. Rest In Peace Wanda Miller
Phyllis Williams posted a condolence
Monday, July 15, 2019So sorry to hear of Jon's death. We hadn't seen Jon much the last few years. I worked with him at Texaco and we remained friends after we both left. We loved going to his house on lake Tyler. We kept his dog OB the big black lab while he worked overseas. Jon would bring him over the day before he left and sit on our back porch and just talk to OB. You could tell it just broke his heart having to say goodbye to the dog.
Conrad Dickson lit a candle
Monday, July 15, 2019
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Friday, July 12, 2019
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Thursday, July 11, 2019
Bobby Davis posted a condolence
Wednesday, July 10, 2019Jon was great guy and super engineer! I enjoyed working with him while at J-W Operating Company / Cohort Energy for over 8.5 years. We also skied together at Winter Park Colorado while staying at the company condo. Very sad & shocked to hear of his passing and prayers for the family. I definitely want his family to know that everyone that Jon came in contact with, while at J-W, really appreciated him as an individual and a very fine man! Blessings to Jon's family during this period of grief! <")>>< Kind Regards, Bobby