John Scott Spanos


Born: April 08, 1969
Died: August 15, 2010

John Scott Spanos, 41, of Rocklin, CA, and former longtime resident of Anchorage, Alaska, passed away August 15, 2010. He was born April 8, 1969 in Anchorage, Alaska.


He graduated from Hanes Vocational School in Panama City, FL in 1986. During his school years, he was active in football and was also a member of the ROTC.

He was an avid NASCAR and Raider Fan, Hamm radio operator, and quad rider. He was well known for both his ribs and chili, and as an “MGD” stockholder.


John was not afraid of hard work and he was always ready to lend a helping hand.  He worked with his father at Spanos Custom Laminate for 15 years. He had a fun-loving personality and a huge heart. He was funny and loved playing practical jokes. He was an incredible person and a good looking young man with a contagious smile. He was loved by many and will be missed dearly. He was a beloved husband, father, son, friend, and brother and will be remembered as the life of the party.


John loved animals and was really good with them. He loved life and had many hopes and dreams for the future. Our lives are better for having known John and we have learned from him in many ways. He will never be forgotten.

John leaves behind his wife, Denise Spanos, his children Cassandra and John, his parents, John and Vesta Spanos of Rocklin, his sisters Sharon, Karen, Christy, Cindy and brother John. He was preceded in death by his loving Grandmother, Opal Majors of Meadow Vista, CA.


Memorials:

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the John Scott Spanos Memorial Fund c/o First US Community Credit Union, 6843 Lonetree Blvd. #101 Rocklin, CA 95765, http://www.firstus.org/. Donations will be used to defray service expenses and to assist in the support of his beloved children.

Service:

“A Celebration of Life” service will be held on Tuesday, August 24, 2010 from 11 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. in the Sunset Room at the Sunset Center – 2650 Sunset Blvd, Rocklin, Calif. 95677.



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29 Comments to “John Scott Spanos”

  1. Well I cooked Thanksgiving dinner for the first time. Well not by myself, but with the help of our friends and family. I so miss you. All I want right now is for a hug from you. You just to hold me close. I miss your warmth. I’m trying so hard to hold it together, but some days it is real work.
    Love you always, wish I was with you.
    Denise

  2. John,
    I can’t believe the news I heard yesterday. Cheril died. She was supposed to be getting her hair cut with me but instead she was dead at home alone. I can’t believe this. I so wish you were here to help me cope with this. Although we lost touch, I still considered her a great friend. I can’t believe both of you are gone now. I hope that you are together and she is giving you a hard time.
    I love and miss you so much.
    Love always,
    Denise

  3. Honey,
    Boy do I miss you. Tonight the kids and i are at John’s Incredible Pizza. I sit here drinking a beer while the kids play. I wish so
    much that you were here. They are growing up so fast.
    Love you always.
    Your honey bunny.

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