MARX, John C.

MARX, John C.

JOHN C. MARX, Age 86, went to his heavenly father on 9-4-2016. Preceded in death by his wife Maryann (nee Eging) of 61 years. Dear son of Fred and Albina (nee Geller). Dear brother of Kathleen Johnson (Ray and Ken). Loving father of Fred (Christine), Therese Blaich (Brian), Geri Baran (David). Beloved grandfather of Michele Gardner (Chase), Andrew Baran, Eric Blaich, Michael Marx, and Mitch Baran. Grandson’s girlfriends, Dr. Ashley Nemes, Shannon Pacek, Leah Weisbarth, and Denisa Muresan. Uncle to many nephews and nieces.Caring friend to many. Honorably served as Colonel to the 59th M.P. Company during the Korean War. Ham radio operator 44 yrs.

Please meet at church for the funeral Mass Friday, September 9th at 10am at St. Bridget of Kildare. Interment 2pm at Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery Rittman, Oh. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Seasons of Life Hospice Parma, Oh. To offer condolences visit

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  1. Bill AND Judi Squires on September 7th, 2016 8:06 pm

    Our condolence to the family of our dear friend John. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you ALL.

    Bill N8WS

  2. Graham Blacksell G6CLA on September 9th, 2016 5:46 am

    Sorry to hear John has now passed away. John was a very good friend of mine for many many years over contact via ham radio and emails. He will be sadly missed by many, as he gave a lot to the hobby. Our sincere condolences to his family and friends. May he rest in peace. Kind regards from Graham (G6CLA), Dawn and family

  3. Jim & Barb Sekerak on September 10th, 2016 8:35 am

    Our deepest sympathy to the family. We have fond memories of the “good ole days”


  4. David C. Pueringer "K9KBE" on February 23rd, 2017 7:30 pm

    I never met John but I knew him through “ham” radio. We had much in common with both of us being veterans; John in Korea and myself in the Vietnam war. John would keep me posted with his battle with cancer. But, one day in September he didn’t show up and I suspected the worst.
    73 John. We’ll meet again John, I’m sure of it.

    MSgt David C. Pueringer, USAF, retired

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