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John Schleier

Passed Away on December 23, 2015


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John Schleier, 71, of Mesa, Arizona formerly East Syracuse, NY passed away on December 23, 2015 after a courageous battle with cancer. He was surrounded by his loving family.

He is survived by his wife Linda of 40 years; his children Michelle Lynn, Michael (Jennifer) Schleier, Matthew (Courtney) Schleier, Melissa (Dan) D’Agostino, Theresa (Jeff) Crooks, John (Luz) Schleier; his many grandchildren (who were the apples of his eyes); sisters Mary (Julius) Mix, Jean (Robert) Payne; many nieces and nephews; great nieces and great nephews.

John received his Associates Degree from Buffalo Institute of Technology in 1965. He graduated from Assumption High School, Syracuse, NY in 1962.

He retired from Agway Petroleum Corporation after 18 years. John was also employed and retired from Niagra Mohawk after 10 years as a systems analyst.

John served in the United States Army for 2 years with an honorable discharge in 1970. He was an avid golfer with a membership at Arrowhead golf course; he was a member of The Lions Club in East Syracuse, NY; he enjoyed watching football with his sons; and never missed a Nascar race.

Services will be held at Mountain View Funeral Home, 7900 East Main Street, Mesa, AZ 85207.

Visitation will be at 3 PM. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St. Jude’s Children Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, TN 38105.

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  1. Dan Viggiano says:

    John was a good friend from our days at Agway. I loved his stories about chasing fire engines to the scene of a fire or how he would climb out on their roof to grab the pigeons for their squib dinners. I never could quite believe that one but John never deviated on that story.
    Condolences to Linda an family. Good by to a good man and friend.

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John Schleier

Passed Away on December 23, 2015


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John Schleier Obituary

John Schleier, 71, of Mesa, Arizona formerly East Syracuse, NY passed away on December 23, 2015 after a courageous battle with cancer. He was surrounded by his loving family.

He is survived by his wife Linda of 40 years; his children Michelle Lynn, Michael (Jennifer) Schleier, Matthew (Courtney) Schleier, Melissa (Dan) D’Agostino, Theresa (Jeff) Crooks, John (Luz) Schleier; his many grandchildren (who were the apples of his eyes); sisters Mary (Julius) Mix, Jean (Robert) Payne; many nieces and nephews; great nieces and great nephews.

John received his Associates Degree from Buffalo Institute of Technology in 1965. He graduated from Assumption High School, Syracuse, NY in 1962.

He retired from Agway Petroleum Corporation after 18 years. John was also employed and retired from Niagra Mohawk after 10 years as a systems analyst.

John served in the United States Army for 2 years with an honorable discharge in 1970. He was an avid golfer with a membership at Arrowhead golf course; he was a member of The Lions Club in East Syracuse, NY; he enjoyed watching football with his sons; and never missed a Nascar race.

Services will be held at Mountain View Funeral Home, 7900 East Main Street, Mesa, AZ 85207.

Visitation will be at 3 PM. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St. Jude’s Children Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, TN 38105.

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  1. Dan Viggiano says:

    John was a good friend from our days at Agway. I loved his stories about chasing fire engines to the scene of a fire or how he would climb out on their roof to grab the pigeons for their squib dinners. I never could quite believe that one but John never deviated on that story.
    Condolences to Linda an family. Good by to a good man and friend.

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