Condolence & Memory Journal

John was indeed a leader among the men of Notre Dame's Class of 1956;
in addition to is multitude of chores as a leader of the Notre Dame basketball team,
he was a excellent student was involved with may activities on campus during his four years - earning him a Bachelor of Science in Commerce. We'll miss the big guy.

Posted by John Manion - PalmDesert, CA - classmate   January 15, 2020

I did not have the privilege of meeting Mr. Fannon, but I work with his son Johnny, and have experienced his kindness and faithfulness at St. James Church. There will be a mass said for Mr. Fallon on February 19, 2020 at St. James in Arlington Heights, IL. May God bless your family and provide guidance and peace in your time of loss.

Posted by Lynne Terranova - Palatine, IL   November 19, 2019

John was a tremendous presence in our community, and particularly on the Hillsborough City Council. It was an honor to serve with this honorable man. John was forthright, intelligent, hard-working and a natural leader, as well as funny, warm and a great friend. He will be greatly missed and never forgotten. Our condolences to Georgeann and the wonderful Fannon family.

Jeff & Christine Krolik

Posted by A friend   November 16, 2019

My sympathies to Mrs. Fannon and the entire family. I met Mr. Fannon in my college days; he always had a commanding presence and a smile. His legacy includes being a scholar and gentleman and faithful Catholic. May God grant him peace and joy and may God provide comfort to all the Fannons.

Posted by Julie Carpenter - Dallas, TX - Family Friend   November 15, 2019

Our condolences to the Fannon family. John was always wonderful and a pleasure to work with.

Mario, Rosa, Vanessa and Xiomara Vielman

Posted by A friend   November 15, 2019

God bless Uncle Jack and the entire Fannon Family both West & East coast.

Love,

Audrey Fannon

Posted by A friend   November 14, 2019