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Condolences for John Douglas Saad

Joseph FelberFriday, April 23rd

So sorry to hear of my cousin Johnny Saad's passing, when we were all just kids, we always got together even after their family moved to N.J. My uncle Jim always made sure the family stopped at our homes whenever they visited in Syracuse on a trip. We were and still are all very close, and whenever I stopped to see them in N.J. Johnny and myself always made it to Philly on a jaunt for the afternoon. I miss him dearly. God Bless, and say hi to your dad for me.

Amy VFriday, April 23rd

May John Rest In Peace! I’m so happy I got to meet him and work with him for the time I did. John, miss you so much! Work is not the same without you! Rest easy friend! ♥️

Norma Middleton EdmistonFriday, April 30th

So sorry to hear of Johns passing. He was such a great, caring person. Great memories of hanging out in Cherry Hill Estates! He was a good friend of my brother in law Stephen Averona and my sister Patty. I’m sure they are all hanging out together again in a beautiful paradise. Prayers to you all.

R RoseFriday, June 18th

Rest in Peace John, I met you early in my automobile business career @ Classic Ford in Turnersville and you were one of my managers and I remember they way you amazed me with your customer service and how people responded to you. I was taken back and remember asking you "How do you do that"? You replied "what? Lol. I said "the numerous people you know and how they are drawn to you!" You just smiled and that let me know you when you got it, you just got it. Lol
God Bless you John and the daughters you cherished so much and thanks for the experiences and lessons early in my career.

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