Condolence From: Jennifer Hixon, East Greenbush, New York
Condolence: I still can't believe John is gone, which I guess means he will live on forever in his many friends' memories. He was such a good friend himself, funny, kind, loyal, and generous. My sincere condolences.
Condolence From: Karen Prosser, Delaware, ohio
Condolence: My beloved husband. Our time together was short, but the memories we made shall be in my heart forever. May you rest in peace. Karen
Condolence From: Robin Miller, Dublin, OH
Condolence: I am sorry to hear of John's passing. Though I met him only once at a camera club meeting, I was struck by the air of goodness that surrounded him. Sincere condolences on your loss.
Condolence From: Theresa Bush, Hollidaysburg, PA
Condolence: I know the Enterline family through John's niece, Kristi Biltz and his brother Philip. I had the distinct pleasure of meeting John for the first and last time a few weeks prior to his passing. I cannot begin to tell you the impact John made on me. He was clearly suffering and despite all that he had a wonderful sense of humor and made me laugh and cry all in the same meeting. The entire family and his friends are all in my thoughts and prayers. I know that John would want you all to know that he spoke so highly of his acquaintances he made over the years. He lived a full and wonderful life and yes, I know this only after knowing John such a short time. He was a true gem and will be missed by many. Blessings to all, for the hands of God now hold John safely without suffering. My deepest sympathy to all. Theresa Bush
Condolence From: Rusty Enterine, York, PA
Condolence: To my awesome Uncle. Down to earth, loving, funny, generous and very talented. We will miss you very much. Love You !
Condolence From: KRISTI Biltz (Enterline), Hollidaysburg, PA
Condolence: What an amazing uncle to me and brother to my dad. I will miss his off the wall texts, his gratefulness for the little things, and his beautiful pictures that are truly gifts from God. I admired his faith, his love of family and his sense of humor. Love you Uncle John and I am so glad you are free of pain.
Condolence From: Letita Lovette
Condolence: My deepest condolences are with the Enterline family. May you find comfort from God's promise that the last enemy, death is to be brought to nothing. (1Corinthians 15:26)
Condolence From: Kimberly Craig, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: I worked with John at Corporate One for many years, thank you for the time we had together, thank you for all of the beautiful, amazing pictures that you shared with us. You had an amazing eye for the most beautiful moments and captured them with your camera. I will treasure all of the moments that I had with you John, you are truly loved and missed. Now you get to breath without any pain and see all the beauty of heaven...I will see you one day. God Bless you and your family.
Condolence From: Gary Harrison, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: Thank you John for being my best friend for the past nine years. I will cherish all the wonderful times we had, and we had many. Also, I want to thank you for all the faith you have in me. I love and miss you buddy.
Condolence From: Alice Flodman, San Diego, California
Condolence: I was privileged to see John in April when I came to Ohio for my sisters birthday. The three of us had a nice lunch together and I knew he was a special person. The light and love shown through his eyes. I seen his photos and that art was a gift from God. Family I am so sorry for you loss.