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John  Floyd  Lanko, II

John Floyd Lanko, II
  • January 13, 1971 - October 15, 2019
  • Battle Creek, Michigan

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Cant believe this..ill miss our long talks. Thank you so much ,john,for being there for me and just talking,hanging out over the last 10yrs. A true friend like you said. What an amazing fun loving caring person.

Posted by: Lisa Kay - Battle creek, MI - Friend   Oct 21, 2019

John was a great friend to me .When life got tough i could call anytime and he would there with a kind word of support or be brutally honest and keep me in check. We Had some great times in the Army.(3-4 years together) John came down to Louisiana to visit , we went fishing and relaxed on the boat for awhile.

I will miss you My Brother, See you in Heaven


Posted by: Tim Alsobrooks Alsobrooks - Marion, LA - Friend   Oct 21, 2019

I still feel like I'm living a nightmare right now. My brother would give the shirt off his back for anyone. He will truly be missed by so many. I love you.

Posted by: Dana Moore (Lanko) - Lowell, MI - Sister   Oct 20, 2019

saying good bye is always so difficult but when they are so young it seems so unfair. My nephew loved life to the max. And his family was his life. I loved Johnny the day he was born and will I will always love you sweet boy. Thanks for your service to our country and we are all so proud of you. With all my love you Aunt Kathy you will be very missed by us all

Posted by: kathy barbree - battle creek, MI - Family   Oct 20, 2019

My buddy, my schoolmate RIP my friend! See yeah in the after life, thats for sure!

Posted by: Michael Elliott - Battle Creek, MI - Classmate   Oct 19, 2019

I really loved my cousin John a lot there were times when we had family get togethers we had fun & joked around, he sure was a big part of our family & will be dearly missed.

Posted by: Jerry Barbree - Springfield, MI - Family   Oct 18, 2019

So sorry for your loss. John was a good man and I have great memories of him. He excelled as a soldier and medic and never failed at anything while in service. Don't be sad and remember the good times. When you get sad, remember his goofy faces.

Posted by: Kevin Belcher - Welch, WV - Served in the Military together   Oct 18, 2019

The Angels will take care of you John you were my friend for a long time. Fly High

Posted by: Debra Day Stewart    Oct 18, 2019

I am so sorry for your loss. He was my brother and he will be missed. If you need anything at all, let me know.

Posted by: Joe Mead - Battle creek, MI - Family Friend   Oct 17, 2019

Mary and family, so sorry to hear of the loss of your son.

Posted by: Karen Vanderveen - Acquaintance   Oct 17, 2019