Died: Sunday Nov-11-2018
Funeral: Saturday Dec-01-2018
Morrison Funeral Home
188 S. Hwy 24
Rupert, Idaho 83350
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John Post died at home in Heyburn, ID, on November 11th surrounded by his loving family.
He was born on September 25th, 1949, in Helena, MT to Milton and Stella Post.
He had a strong faith in his God Jehovah. He enjoyed reading and studying the Bible and
helping others to do so. His love for Jehovah helped him to endure many health
challenges. He was well known for his sense of humor, and his love for singing and fishing.
He is survived by his wife of 49 years, Christina, son Shawn (Amber), children
Jonathan (Ivy) their daughter Norah, Sydney, Dante, Aeric, London, Sahara, Cairo
and Rowan. Daughter Dawn Marie Parker (Craig), children, Aarika (Austin), Ryan and Nathan.
Son Michael, his son Milton. Daughter Renee Little, children, Garrett and Tyler. Son, Joe (Emma)
children, Ella and Alexis. Twin brother, Chuck, and sister Jan White (Dennis)
Memorial service will be held December 1 at 2 o’clock at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses at
233 W. 3rd N. Burley, ID. Cremation services are under the direction of Morrison Funeral Home and Crematory.
Condolences for John Post
From: Renee Little
I miss you so much dad!!! You were an amazing loving person and will be missed daily. Rev 21:3,4
From: Thea and Carl Peterman
We loved our deaR brother and friend and cherish our wonderful memories of our precious moments with him and his family! Our Prayers Will always be with them and will long for the day when he is back in our happy Embrace. Sleep our dear brother till we see you again in the paradise jehovah has so lovingly promised.
From: Frederick Nikonchuk Jr.
To the Family of bro post ,
I am sorry to hear of your loss. It was encouraging to see that bro post faithfully served Jehovah. I recently have dealt with the death of my father and have regularly reviewed information on grieving. I was happy to see the Awake on "Help For Those Who Grieve."
I also appreciated a comment from the following Watchtower:*** w10 8/1 p. 27 par. 6 "Lift Up Your Son" ***
The Bible's promise of a resurrection does not eliminate the pain of losing a loved one. One faithful Christian man who lost his only child said: "My pain will not be gone completely until I can hold my son again." Imagine the prospect of being reunited with your loved ones who have died. Just the thought of being able to hold them again can make your pain easier to bear.
Please be assured that your family are in our prayers,
Fred Nikonchuk, Jr
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