John Edward Creech
April 6, 1954 - September 29, 2022
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John Edward Creech, 68, of Newport, KY, passed away on Thursday, September 29, 2022. He was a former firefighter with the city of Newport and volunteered with the former Bellevue Volunteer Fire Department and was a U.S. Army Veteran having served during the Vietnam Era. John was a KY Colonel, a Kentucky organ donor and a member of the American Legion Post # 203. He was preceded in death by his parents: Al and Frances Creech; sister: Darlene Wehrle and brothers: Dallas Creech and David Creech. He is survived by his loving sister: Tami (Terry) Vance; brother: Tim (Theresa) Creech; sister: Jean Heively and numerous nieces and nephews. A Committal with a Honor Guard Service will take place at the Kentucky Veteran's Cemetery North, 205 Eibeck Lane, Williamstown, KY 41097 at the convenience of the family. Connley Brothers Funeral Home, Latonia, KY is serving the family. Memorials are suggested to: als.org and or diabetes.org. Online condolences may be expressed on Facebook or at www.connleybrothersfuneralhome.com
Barbara Gastright - Oct 8, 2022
Johnny you were a very kind and affectionate man. One who was happy to give a helping hand to any one you met. When I visited you always were happy to see me again. I know that you are in heaven flying high with your family and angels with no pain. We all will miss you but rest assured we will not forget you. Tami and the family will always be thinking about you as you were unforgettable. I thought so too . Rest now for you deserve to have the peace you earned by being a kind man if honor.
Tami Terry Vance - Oct 6, 2022
To my dearest brother my heart is broken ♥️ You and I have a lot of memories we shared together Terry and I coming there with dinners celebrate thanksgiving, Christmas, Veterans Day, Bingo days there at grand towers. Being the bingo caller for your friends was a blessing of fellowship we shared. You are truly missed by all. I know your walking in heaven now no heartache or pain. I bet the first love one’s to greet you was our Mom and Dad. Your wishes you asked me to make sure happens has been taken care of. Your Full Military Burial is being honored. And you saved 75-100 people for being a organ donor ♥️ And Joe got you a Firefighter Urn it’s beautiful. Give Mom and Dad my love . Rest my dear brother All the Boys are saddened on your passing they loved you too and you knew that. You will be with me until we’re together in heaven one day Love ya Brother Your Little Sister Tami @ Terry Vance
Angie - Oct 6, 2022
So sad to hear of your passing so close to the loss of mom. I’m sure you were greeted by a host of loved ones. Hug my mom for me! Let her know that you are all in a far better place than us. Rest easy until we meet again.
Greg Scanlon - Oct 6, 2022
I was a neighbor and friend of John Creech for several years here at Grand Towers. John always wanted to be "among them". I was always outside with the rest of my neighbors in good and not so good weather. He was always nice and friendly. He was always in a good mood. I enjoyed him very much and I will miss him.
Katie Creech - Oct 6, 2022
Uncle John I hope you are with my Daddy & the rest of the family who made it home before us. Praying those who loved you find comfort & peace in our Father God. To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord - Katie
Ginny Lambert - Oct 4, 2022
My deepest sympathy to Tami and the family of John. I always felt safe when I was around him. I always considered him to be a American Hero. Here at Grand Towers admired him very much. When I had a car I bought him lunch every day , he faithfully always paid. He will be missed.