John Doraski

Date of Death: May 10, 2024
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John Robert Doraski of Endicott, NY passed away peacefully to join our Lord on May 10, 2024. Survived by fiancé Jeannette Gonya and her children Jackie and Joey. Son of John and Teresa Doraski. Brother of Debbie Blakeney, Bobby Doraski (Sharisse), Donna and Roger Greene and Denise and Scott Jones. Uncle of Matt and KellyContinue Reading

Drew Peters left a message on May 17, 2024:
My thoughts and prayers are with the Doraski family, friends and loved ones. I have very fond memories of John riding sports motorcycles together in our local area group, John was a people person always upbeat and just fun to be around, lots of laughs and smiles for sure. RIP John Doraski you are missed.
Jeannette left a message on May 17, 2024:
I remember the first time I met you at American Family Fitness. Your handsome smile, your great personality and kindness. Loved our coffee dates where we would talk for hours and you would endure coffee even though you didn’t drink coffee. Our yearly trips to Salem Mass, Skaneateles and Tim’s Pumpkin Patch brought wonderful memories as well as our shared enjoyment of fast cars. I will never forget you singing “Perfect” by Ed Sheeran in the car to me. Johnny, you always put me first and made me feel very special in every way. I love you soo much! Til we meet again my love!
Cindy Finch left a message on May 16, 2024:
To my dear friend Donna I’m so for your loss My condolences to you and your family ❤️
Renee Hammond left a message on May 16, 2024:
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ilene stanton left a message on May 16, 2024:
I am sorry for your loss. At least he is no longer suffering in pain.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Donna Greene left a message on May 16, 2024:
IF YOU KNEW MY BROTHER: Then you know how great it was to have him in your life. :You know how he would offer help whenever asked or just see a problem and tackle it. He helped me move, fixed anything in the house, wash my car and woke me up to get to work on time. :You know how he loved to work driving truck, he was always “ running down a dream “. :You know he loved to have fun. From nighttime games of kick the can and ghost to late night motorcycle street racing, fantastic stoppies and just going way too fast for me. He never got caught “ breaking the law “! :You know how generous and forgiving he was. The first time he let me borrow his beautiful “night rider” truck, I unknowingly dented the inside walls of the bed. Didn’t know if I would survive his wrath but he forgave me. :You know he could be quite the ham. Maybe there were “skeeters”nearby or in the car he would urge me to “pass it on “. After he visited your house you would have to check all pictures and decorative items for rearranging! My brother was always on the go and impossible to keep up with. A void now resides in my heart. I will forever love and cherish my “big bro”. I will never forget him. 💚 With all our LOVE; Donna, Roger and Paul Greene
Bill Durdon left a message on May 15, 2024:
I was lucky enough in the 80s to spend time with John and his family. We where always going fast on motorcycles or in cars or just going out at night.He never got mad and would do anything to help anyone,I miss him already and with a heavy heart I can tell you if you knew him he was a tremendous friend and he’ll always be with us❤️🥲
Danny Boote left a message on May 15, 2024:
Can't go into all the good times I had with Johnny, cruising in our musclecars and even working at the Bunn Hill Texaco. Great memories, and my condolences to everyone in the Doraski family.
BobJodoin left a message on May 15, 2024:
Sorry for your loss Jeanette
Donna Ellis left a message on May 15, 2024:
My heart is broken and my thoughts and prayers are with Jeanette and family.
Allen Memorial left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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