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In Loving Memory

Stork, John Henry, Jr.

John Henry Stork, Jr. was born on August 24, 1944 to John Henry Stork, Sr., and Dorothy (nee Hefty) Maxwell in St. Louis, MO and entered into rest on Wednesday, March 20 at the age of 79.

Loving husband of 36 years to the late Judy (nee Usher) Stork. Dear father of Michelle (Nick) Sullo, Thomas (Mariana) Stork, and Jeffrey Stork. Dear brother of  the late Barbara Stork, Pamela (the late Harvey) Reznick, Constance (Sanford) Schwartz, Lorraine Maxwell, and the late Marc Maxwell. Beloved grandfather of  Brennan Sullo, Alexis Schmitz, Michael Lovins, Isabella Stork, Alexander Stork, and Kristian Stork. Dear uncle, cousin and friend to many. Nearly the whole towns of Breda and Carol Iowa are relatives and friends!

John was a proud veteran and member of the American Legion Post 400, Fenton, MO. He served on the honor guard for many other veterans. He was a model train enthusiast and an avid sports fan, and fisherman.

SERVICES: A VISITATION will be held at the Kutis South County Funeral Home 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd. on Tuesday, March 26 from 4:00 until 8:00 pm. FUNERAL SERVICE will be Wednesday, March 27 at 10:00 am. Burial at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations appreciated to the American Legion Post 400, American Diabetes Society, or the Museum of Transportation.


7 thoughts on “Stork, John Henry, Jr.”

  1. Our hearts ache to lose such a wonderful part of our family, but we know he’s happy in heaven, joined with Judy, the love of his life. We love you, John, and you will be forever missed. ❤️

  2. John will be missed by all! John spread love, and loved with all his heart! He is now with Judy up in heaven, viewing the world below him as his train board.

  3. We love and miss you Uncle John. You were such a sweet man to so many. We know you are so happy to be reunited with your wondful wife Judy!

  4. Every one of us at the restaurant will miss seeing you…The kindness and generosity you showed to everyone has touched so many people. It’s not the same and never will be. I will miss my Michigan buddy and will always be cheering for you!


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