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In Loving Memory

Mlynarczyk, John Adam (a.k.a. Johnny Alphabet)

Passed away peacefully on May 20th, 2024.  He is survived by wife Connie (Terveer) of 53 years of marriage and children Mark (Cheryl), Matthew (Ellie), and Kate (Kurt), grandchildren Sarah, Roman, Carter, Nicholas, Ads, and Mary, brother and sister in-laws, nieces and nephews, cousins, and friends.  He is preceded in death by his parents John and Elfrieda, sister Joanie, in-laws Roman and Lorraine, son Adam, and grandson William.

John was a gentle soul with a big heart, putting others before himself.  He was a military veteran, serving his time on the DMZ in South Korea.  John was a proud member of IBEW Local 1 and worked at Anheuser-Busch for 29 years.  He loved his country and American made, fishing and the outdoors, his dogs, mysteries, westerns, bluegrass and folk style music, the Cardinals, crossword puzzles, solving problems, cracking jokes, and above all his family.  If he smiled at you, you earned it.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Midwest Organ Transplant, SOUL STL (Surviving Overdose and Understanding Loss), Humane Society, or a charity of your choice.

Services; Visitation: Tuesday, May 28th 3-7 pm Kutis Funeral Home (5255 Lemay Ferry Rd. 63129) Funeral: Wednesday, May 29th at 10 am Mary Mother of the Church (5901 Kerth Rd. 63128) Burial to follow at Jefferson Barracks Cemetery

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11 thoughts on “Mlynarczyk, John Adam (a.k.a. Johnny Alphabet)”

  1. Mlynarczyk’s, I am so very sorry for your loss. May John’s memory be eternal. You are all in our prayers.

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    • Hi Jim…surprise you remember the family. Thank you for remembering our family. Your mom visited me at the funeral home. It was good to see her. Thank your family.
      Connie Mlynarczyk

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  2. Connie, we are so saddened to hear John passed. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

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  3. Connie and family, so sorry to hear this, worked (A-B pipefitter) with John, what a prince of a guy, well respected by all trades, he was union 1st with everything he did. Prayers and condolences are with you and your families. It’s truly a pleasure to know him.🙏

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  4. John & Connie have been our neighbors for many years, we were always glad to have a few Hello’s ,,,,,,
    Sorry for your loss Connie, .. I know he’ll be missed by many.

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  5. Dear Connie, So sorry to hear about John’s death. You and your family are all in our thoughts and prayers.
    Sincerely, Bill & Barbara Onder

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  6. I’m so sorry Mark and family. I have so many fond memories playing soccer in your backyard and Mr. Mlynarczyk would join us after work. I remember him as one of our scout leaders helping us earn badges. Lots of great memories hanging out at your house growing up. I hope all of your happy memories of him bring you comfort during this sad time. I’m praying for all of you.

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