Keathley, John B.

March 20, 1982 - March 23, 2016

John B. Keathley, of Dallas, Texas, passed away Wednesday, March 23rd 2016 at the age of 34 years. John was born in Galveston, Texas to Carol Eammons and Johnny Keathley on March 20th 1982. John was among the Buna High School 2000 graduating class before attending Lamar University and Tarrant County Community College. He will be remembered by all as an incredibly loving, generous, outgoing spirit who made friends out of everyone he met. John shared his enthusiasm for movies with friends but his great compassion for animals, which led to his volunteer work for cat adoptions, was unparalleled and very appreciated by Gypsy, his calico. John is survived by Mark A. Richey, his mother Carol Eammons, his brother Clifton Foster, and by Gypsy.

 

 

 

Celebration of Life
11:00 A.M., Friday, April 8th 2016
ARIA Memorial Chapel
19310 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 75252

Arrangements are under the direction of:
ARIA Cremation Service & Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas 75252
214-306-6700

6 replies on “Keathley, John B.”

David Murphy says:

I’m sorry I never met you. In a world of horrid uncertainty and bigotry and rage you made my friend happy — so very happy. That makes you a hero to me. My best wishes to your family, who will be in my thoughts tomorrow.

Love to you, Mark.

Alejandro Zavala says:

My deepest condolences for your los. John was a very loving and kind friend who will always be remembered.

charlaine corley says:

i will always remember first meeting john. at that time he had long beautiful hair. loved his hair. but it was with that ever sweet smile that i knew how kind and sweet he had to be. we met at work. we struck up a conversation and from that moment we became instant friends. that does not surprise me at all. john was a true heart of gold. he was loving, caring, and a sense of humor that lights up your day. john, thank you for our paths crossing. you are truly a blessing to me. i am so proud to know i am johns friend. love you always dear friend. charlaine corley

Nicole says:

Hearing about John’s passing was heartbreaking. My condolences and prayers of strength go to his family and friends. The loss of such a sincerely caring and wonderful person is deep.

Rest peacefully Little John. You will be missed. Thank you for a being a friend. Tell the girls Rose and I say hello!

Danny Madero says:

John was always a huggable joy of a person to have around. He had a lot of love to give people.

Lindy says:

I was one of John’s nurses when he was in Lubbock and I am very thankful I got to meet such a wonderful man. He was such a loving person with an even bigger heart. He genuinely cared about everyone he met and I know he will be greatly missed by many. Prayers to his family and friends for peace and healing.

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