John Eckhardt Neeb

John Eckhardt Neeb

May 17, 1945 - September 28, 2016

John Eckhardt Neeb

May 17, 1945 - September 28, 2016


John Eckhardt Neeb lives in , passed away at the age of 71.
Born on May 17, 1945 and passed away on September 28, 2016.

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10 responses to John Eckhardt Neeb

  1. Patti, we’ll remember how welcome you and John always made us feel on our visits. What a great guy he was. Still doesn’t feel real. We love you,
    Barb Hammond and George Mageras

  2. Jodey says:

    Johnny, Mr. Neebie, Champion of “Stupid Sports, King of the Deviled Egg contest, Pickle Packer, lucky SOB gambler. He was one of a kind and my friend for almost 40 years. Johnny always said, “it is what it is” but the world without Johnny is just hard to accept. I know I am one of many that will miss him very much. Mike and I send our love and condolences to Patti and his family.

  3. bob neal says:

    My dear friend Johnny
    Ever since we met 30 something years ago my life changed. Like many many others I consider you one of my best friends. So many memories….making meatballs till late at the deli, Friday night pizza, tubing down the salt river, Puerto Vallarta, trips to Vegas, weekends at Lake Arrowhead, vacations to Hawaii, Alaska cruise, Super Bowl party’s in Vegas, deviled egg competition to name a few. So many of my fondest memories ihappened with you and Patti. We spent many important days togeather….40.50 60, 70th birthdays and many in between, Thanksgiving dinners, New Years and best of all was with you on your first date with Patti. I’m so sorry I can’t make it to the celebration of your life Friday, I’m sure you would just tell me “it is what it is”
    Rest In Peace my friend…..I love ya man


  4. So sorry Patti and family. We have such great memories with John as our chef or at least the best recipes! What a kind sweet spirit he was for us!!!Pat and John were always so welcoming! John, “We will miss you and always remember you with love!”

  5. Lynne Hines says:

    Even though we didn’t have enough time together these past 10 years have been some of the most memorable times for me. You always called me Sis and I called you Bro and I loved that about us. I will hold you in my heart forever and love you more than you know. I miss you already.

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