John C. Albright, 19
John C. Albright, 19, of Lancaster, passed away on July 30, 2010. He was born in Lancaster on June 29, 1991 to Joan G. (Glick) Albright, of Lancaster, and the late John C. Albright who passed away in 2008.
John was employed at Burry’s Waterproofing.
He attended Manheim Township High School where he played on the football team. John enjoyed BMX racing, skateboarding, rollerblading, gymnastics, and snowboarding.
Surviving in addition to his mother, paternal grandmother, Marilyn Cooper Albright, of Oberlin, OH, maternal grandmother, Ruth Glick, of Millersville, Aunt Ann Cooper Albright, Uncle Thomas Newlin, and their children, Isabel and Cyrus Newlin, all of Oberlin, OH. John was preceded in death by a paternal grandfather, Colonel Raymond Christian Albright and maternal grandfather Robert Glick.
A Celebration of Life Gathering will take place on Saturday, August 7, 2010 from 12noon-2pm at the Waterfront Restaurant 680 Millcross Rd. Lancaster, PA 17601.
Arrangements made by the Charles F. Snyder Jr. Funeral Home & Chapel, Inc. 3110 Lititz Pk. Lititz, PA 17543. To send the family online condolences please visit SnyderFuneralHome.com
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We are so sorry for your lost and know that it is impossible to measure your pain. It is such a burden to expect one to bear, yet it has been forced again on you in two years. I hope you realize that many have you in their prayers.
If there is any thing we can do to help, please call us.
Gloria & Whitney Revis
I hope you received my letter/card. This is such devastating news for all of us, especially following the passing of our sweet, wonderful brother Dale & the loss of John in 2008. You know you are in my thoughts & prayers each & every day.
Love From Your Sister Judy!
We are sorry for your loss, our prayers and thoughts are with you in this sad time,
Steve and Monica O’Connor
Dear Mrs. Albright,
I am so sad and sorry for your loss. I have not meet you or know John, but when I heard the news, I felt the connection because we have children and they also attending MTHS.We have lost a few members of our families so I understand your pain. I know you are sad, but please take care of yourself. My thoughts and prayers are with you every time I pray.
I recently met John at my home a few months ago, I believe it was in May. He came in our home with our daughter, our only child Kirsti. He was very pleasant, polite and all smiles as he introduced himself to my husband and I. It was late and i was heading to bed, they were in the family room watching a movie and they laughed and laughed till we hours in the morning. I wish I got to know John, my daughter thought the world of him, she enjoyed his smile and his sense of humor, he always made her feel better when she was down, and made her laugh no matter what. I pray for your family that you have peace and comfort through this very difficult time, but know John was loved by many people and he certainly made an impression to last a life time.