John A. Deucore

March 02, 1973 ‒ October 18, 2017

Bellville, Ohio

BELLVILLE: John Deucore passed away Wednesday evening, October 18, 2017 in his home. He was 44.

He was born March 2, 1973 in Mansfield, and graduated from Clear Fork High School with the class of 1991.

Although no public service will be held in John’s memory, his family hopes that you will hold him in your heart as you remember him in your own special way.

The family would request that you consider supporting John’s family by assisting with final expenses by contacting Snyder Funeral Homes at 419-886-2491.

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  • John you will always hold a special place in my heart . May you finally be at peace 😘

  • John, we will never forget the great memories, class of ’91. You will forever be in our hearts dear friend. Rest easy. 💔😘

  • John rest in peace my brother you will be missed you hold a special place in my heart im glad we had the chance to hang out on our road trips. we had some good talks you had a true heart and respect. you were a very strong man to stay clean. we are very proud of you. We will always love you and think of you everyday.

  • I can’t believe you are gone! I am going to miss you terribly bad the memories of our time together, I will cherish FOREVER! You are one of the greatest men I’ve ever had in my life! You are now the drive to keep myself clean and stay clean! I love you and miss you so much! Until I see you again!! To infinity and beyond forever and always and eternity!!!

  • Marilyn, what a terrific Mother you were to John,so glad you both had this last month together to bond. May God be with you dear friend as you go through this very difficult time. Love you, Lois

  • John was my math student at CFHS, always well-mannered and considerate and (usually) hard-working. Over the years when I’ve thought of him, I also thought of how he’d speak of his mom with love, care and concern. I remember when he changed his name out of respect for his mom. Although I haven’t seen him (nor so many of my students) in years, I remember him and others with fondness, and I’m sorry for the loss of him. My sympathy to his family and friends. May Jesus hold him in grace and love.