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In Loving Memory

Hamor, John

John Hamor was born on August 27, 1967 to Barty and Peggy Hamor in St. Louis, MO and entered into rest on Wednesday, February 7, 2024 at the age of 56.

Dear brother of Allen (Debbie) Hamor, Danny (Kim) Hamor, Curtis Hamor, and Jane Ann (Ronnie) Hicks. Dear cousin, uncle, friend, nephew, brother-in-law, and friend to many. Husband of Tracy Dewrock. Step-dad of Danielle, and Sarah (T.J. McKenny) Dewrock. Step-Granpa of M.J., Kayden, and Kennedy Parton, Gracie, and Gail McKenny.

John was an avid outdoorsman who loved to fish, and hunt!

SERVICES: Visitation at Kutis Funeral Home 2906 Gravois Ave on Saturday, February 24 from 2:00 pm until time of Memorial Service at 3:00pm.


4 thoughts on “Hamor, John”

  1. I have some many memories with him Johnny you will always be remembered by all of us. We all love you I’m gonna miss your little crazy ass

  2. Johnny,
    You are so going to be missed. I can’t believe your gone. I have so many good memories of you.
    I remember us in middle school. You would wear those Brogs with double tread so it would make you taller. You was such a character. We have been friends forever but, I would of never guessed you would become my brother- in- law.
    You and Tracy surprised the shit out of me. But I have to say, it was a good surprise. We have had some great memories that I will cherish. I love you Johnny and I will miss you.
    Your Sister-in-Law, Kelly

  3. I’m going to miss you Johnny. You were a great friend and a great neighbor. You helped me so much when I first moved in and continued to help me even when I moved. You were sick but that didn’t stop you from moving me to the country. We had good times hiding from Marissa. I’m glad in your final days you came down went fishing and spent the weekend with my sister and I. We had some good laughs and you tried eating the best you could for me. You will be missed. I love you buddy and Vinny does too . Take care of my Gracie Mae up there. Until we meet on the other side.


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