John McAfoose

John Fitzgerald McAfoose, 46, of Palm Harbor, died October 3, 2021, at his home surrounded by loved ones. John was born April 8, 1975, in Minot North Dakota to Don and Shu Shu McAfoose.  He attended O’Fallon Township High School, graduating in 1993.  He enjoyed fishing, the KC Chiefs, cooking, traveling, and spending time with his family.  He is survived by Amy McAfoose; his twin daughters Hailey & Hannah; older brother, Edward, twin brother James and his parents. 

Memorial Gathering will be held at Taylor Family Funeral Home on Friday, October 8, 2021, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.

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Michael Holliday
1 month ago

Ed I am so sorry for your family’s lose, just remember all of the good things your loved one did and celebrate those,do not mourn his passing. God is his best friend.

Heather Webb
1 month ago

We are so sorry your loss. May you Rest In Peace John. Thoughts and prayers for your family.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Honest man, tell it like it is……Fuck the shit!

Terri and Vince LeMay
1 month ago

Hoping your family finds some peace knowing that John is no longer suffering. My sincere condolences are with Amy, his girls and family. He was always a very nice person. RIP John.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Sending my love

James Mcafoose
1 month ago

😞😥😥😥rest in peace bro, love you

Elizabeth Goldbach
1 month ago

A good heart has stopped beating, a good soul ascended to heaven. My sincere condolences.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Dear Johnny, R.I.P. we always loved you! Now our hearts go out to Amy and your girls.

The Cooney family

Lindsey Family
1 month ago

John we were so honored to be able to have you in our family . May you find your stadium seat in the heavens and know we will miss you. 🙏 Until we meet again , Love the Lindsey family.
Scott & Natalie,
Blane & Camille & Marvin,
Logan, Alyssa, Lachlan & Landry

Love to the rest of the family, our prayers are with you.

Nathaniel H
1 month ago

There are no words to cure the pain and no actions to patch the hole that now sits inside you. When you lose someone that you love so profoundly their impact on your life will ripple through the rest of your lives. He will continue to live on through these ripples and he will always be with you. His love, his laugh, his loving embrace can still be heard and felt and that can never be taken from you. John will be carried in your hearts and actions, if you ever need him know that he is always there inside… Read more »

Anonymous
1 month ago

My sincere condolences. I’m a classmate of John and Jim, and I remember him vividly. Prayers sent.

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