John A. Miaso

Resided in Gladstone, MI
Died November 16, 2013

Gladstone, MIJohn A. Miaso, age 95, of 430 25th Street, Gladstone, passed away Saturday November 16, 2013 at home.

John was born July 13, 1918 in Chicago, IL the son of Frank and Anna Miaso. John graduated from Farragut High School in Chicago Illinois. He joined the United States Army in 1941 and was honorably discharged in 1946. He was a Technical Sargent and expert with the Browning Auto rifle. Honors include the World War II Victory Medal, Overseas Service Bar, Service Stripe American Defense Ribbon, American Campaign Medal Asiatic-Pacific Theater and Bronze Battle Star Philippine Liberation.

John was united in marriage to Angeline Zelek at St. Casimir Church, in Chicago, Illinois, on October 26, 1947. Together the couple made their home and raised their family in Chicago. John was employed and retired from International Harvester, with over 45 years of service. John was very devoted to his family. John and Angeline moved to Gladstone in 2007 because of their love of the U.P. and to enjoy the northern wildlife. Angeline preceded John in death on January 10, 2012.

John was a member of All Saints Catholic Church in Gladstone. At Saint Casmir

7 Tributes for “John A. Miaso

    Ron – Jacqui and Family;I’m so sorry to hear about the passing of your dear father. I know he was so sad when your mom passed away and then his own health starting failing. Peace be with you and know he’s now at peace too.

    I am Mary and I want to send you and your family my heartfelt condolences. I took care of your wonderful father, John. He was always a delight to see and talk to. He would tell me stories of his family and his wife and always spoke of them with a gleam in his eye. I will miss him so very much. Know that he made an impression on so many of us that came in touch with him. I will remember him fondly.

    Dear family of John Miaso, I was a caregiver for John, your dear father. He was a gentle giving man and very kind hearted. He loved watching the birds and squirrels and making sure they were fed. He had a witty spirit and made me smile many times. He loved his children as they loved him also. Ron was a blessing and always there for his father and Jackie to, she called every single day to chat with her father. He loved hearing her voice. John had a great memory and knew all his appointments. He wanted his hair cut at the barber so he could get all the gossip around town – the barber teased him because he had a different women “every time” he came to get his hair cut. He thought that was hilarious. He loved going to church and when he couldn’t go anymore he listened to it on TV and he sang when there was singing. I loved hearing him. He had a beautiful home and he wanted it kept that way he said his wife taught him how to pick up after himself – I thought that was hilarious! He did a great job. He always said “now you drive safe out there and I hope I see you real soon. I enjoyed John – he was a blessing to me and I will miss him dearly. I am glad now he will not have anymore worries. Diedra Wunder

    My deepest sympathy to the Miaso family. I first met John and Angie at my place of work. They came in to buy flooring and window coverings for their new home. I have to say meeting them was the brightest time in my day. They were a joy to meet , just wonderful people. I enjoyed working with them and was so glad they would stop by the store just to say hi. I would run into John from time to time in the grocery store and we would chat. His sense of humor was so fun. They were just such dear people, I am sure they will be so missed by their family. Love and prayers. I think of them often.
    Beth Cavadeas/the carpet and drapery shoppe

    John & I always enjoyed talks of family & football! He was a Bears fan & I’m Lions fan…but we always agreed! Anyone but the Packers🏈 I will miss you John!

    I’am so sorry for your loss. John was one of the sweetest men I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. He will be truly missed.

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