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John Jarzemkoski

In Loving Memory

Jarzemkoski, Jr. John

June 27, 1956 - December 28, 2023

Thursday December 28, 2023.

Beloved husband for 41 years of Jan Scheurer; dearest son of the late John, Sr. and MaryAnn Jarzemkoski; dear brother of Susan Berg and Walt (Cathy) Jarzemkoski; dear brother-in-law of the late Ed (Sue) Scheurer; dear uncle of Brian (Maggie), Kevin (Laurie) and Keith Scheurer, Jill (Ryan) Wheatley, Heather (Matt) Meyer, Brett Berg, Garrett Berg ,Caitlin (Jeremy) Elias, Hank Jarzemkoski and the late Jordan Feager; dear great uncle of Luke, Adam, Emily, Kenzie, Dominic, Max, Brennen, Jayce, Alec, Tucker, Jeremy,  Ava, Rowan and Walter.

Services: Visitation at KUTIS AFFTON Chapel 10151 Gravois Thursday January 4th 4:00-8:00 PM. Memorial service at Webster Groves Presbyterian Church (45 West Lockwood Ave. 63119) Friday January 5th 10:00 AM. Memorials to Stray Rescue or a charity of one’s choice appreciated.



23 thoughts on “Jarzemkoski, Jr. John”

    • Dear Wally,
      This is Jay Mulligan. I was your brothers chiropractor for many years. I had the pleasure of meeting you and spending the day with you, John and Harry at the Gateway drag racing. I am so deeply sorry for your loss. John was such an amazing person and friend. I thought the world of him and I’m deeply crushed. Can you please share what happened? Thank you and may you find some peace and comfort.

      • Dear Dr M
        Thank you for your kind words. John so valued your friendship! If you can give me a call at home I would love the opportunity to speak with you. Jan

  1. Jan and family – so sorry to hear of this tremendous loss. John was a great guy who brought a smile when he was around. Thoughts and prayers for God’s peace in this difficult time.

  2. Mark and Trish send our sincere condolences to Jan and John’s Family. May your fond memories of John give you some peace and comfort.
    Mark Kowelman
    Trish McGuire

  3. All the memories came flooding back: our childhood, our experiences, and our many “adventures” ! I looked up to you and held you high throughout the trials and tribulations that came our way. Thank you for always helping me overcome so much. I’ll miss our calls, but I’ll never forget the sound of your voice. I’m so very glad that you were my big brother! Always loving you!

  4. We had some great times playing golf with Tony Kloet and John Lanman, but one of the best was when John and I teamed up with JJ and his dad in a church golf scramble at Grand Marais GC near E St. Louis and won the event two years straight. I think John and his dad took great pleasure in those wins as did me and John Willie. Whatta great guy and so much fun to be around.
    I remember introducing John and his brother Wally and his buddy Bobby Mueller at a StL Blues game and they went 6-6, 6-8 and 6-10 and my buddy was around 5-10 and he said, “I’m going back to my seat before I get a stiff neck.”
    Rob Wielt of Mt. Vernon, IL

    • Bill and Sherry. Thank you for your kind words of support. Jan. dear Robyn Crystal, thanks for reaching out Rob! John always spoke about the friend you had together. He loved that he had you as a ringer in those golf games! And he loves getting those Christmas cards 🎄

    • Dear Rob and Crystal,
      John loves telling the story and so appreciate it. You being the ringer for those golf games! He loved getting your Christmas cards every year too. Thank you for your friendship, Jan.

  5. Very sorry to have learned of this…’John J’ always seemed to be a big influence in life! Prayers for peace and comfort for his family and friends during this grieving season.


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