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John Harold Scifers
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Birth: Aug. 10, 1930
Illinois, USA
Death: Oct. 28, 1998
Sullivan County
Indiana, USA

John Scifers was born in north central Illinois in 1930 to Lewis and Anna Scifers. He grew up in and around the Streator, Illinois area of the state. He graduated from Dana High School in 1947. He served in the Air Force during the Korean conflict stationed in Panama. He married Phyllis Bedwell in May 1958 at the Calvary Baptist Church in Highland, Indiana. They had two children Jeff and Cindy. John was a proud member of the US Postal Service where he served as a carrier and supervisor. He was with the Postal Service for 35 years. He spent his retirement years in Edmond Oklahoma where he attended Classen Blvd. Baptist Church and Henderson Hills Baptist Church. John served as a deacon, sunday school teacher and leader in both these churches. He was a man of high ideals and principles and did his very best to pass these traits on to his family and friends. He died in route to a family reunion in Sullivan, Indiana. 
Family links: 
  Lewis E. Scifers (1894 - 1980)
  Anna Margaret Timmerman Scifers (1886 - 1932)
  Phyllis Jean Bedwell Scifers (1936 - 2014)
  Mildred Scifers Snow (1922 - 2009)**
  Leslie D. Scifers (1926 - 2011)**
  Victor Lee Scifers (1928 - 2007)*
  John Harold Scifers (1930 - 1998)
*Calculated relationship
Gracelawn Cemetery
Oklahoma County
Oklahoma, USA
Created by: Jeff Scifers
Record added: Aug 04, 2013
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John Harold Scifers
Added by: Jeff Scifers
John Harold Scifers
Added by: Jeff Scifers
John Harold Scifers
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Dad, I am so glad you left me so many memories of conversations that taught me about life and being a man. I miss you terribly and look forward to the day we will be reunited. Thank you for loving me and our family and answering the bell every single da...(Read more)
- Jeff Scifers
 Added: Aug. 4, 2013

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