Guest Book for John Liko

Provided by Stephen J Sherman Funeral Home

Posted by: Lois Rust Simons
Sun June 21, 2020
So sorry to hear of the passing of Mr. Liko you all have my sympathy and will be in my thoughts and prayers at this time of loss.  I saw him a few times at St. Paul’s but he didn’t recognize me.

Posted by: Alan Erimias
Sun June 21, 2020
May I express my sincere condolences to your entire family.

I remember Mr. Liko with great affection.  He was one of my favorites
of the Sharpsville Faculty.  I'm sure he will be missed by all.

The world is a lesser place without him.  God Bless You 🙏.

Alan Erimias - Class of 1973

Posted by: Michelle (Dallas) Swartz
Mon June 22, 2020
My prayers for comfort and peace to the whole family during this time.

Posted by: Kim Zook Smith
Mon June 22, 2020
So very saddened to hear of your Fathers passing.  So many memories of him as Debbie and I grew up.  In later years he was a friend to my folks and showed kindness after my Dad passed to my Mom.  I wish you all peace and comfort in knowing how much he loves you all.   Kim Zook Smith

Posted by: Scott A Nickel
Mon June 22, 2020
I send my deepest sympathies to the extended Liko family.  Mr. Liko was a great teacher and wonderful family friend.  Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers!

Scott Nickel

Posted by: Rene McCarthy
Mon June 22, 2020
Dear Liko Family,
     I am so sorry to see the passing of your Dad. My Sisiter, Char and I were in the Sharpsville area a couple weeks ago amd reminisced of times our families got together. Your parents were wonderful people and always held fondly in my our hearts. My Dad, Charlie (Red) cherished their relationship. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
                Rene' McCarthy

Posted by: Brian Blair
Mon June 22, 2020
Cheryl, Judy, Debbie, Becky:

I extend to you and your families my deepest sympathy in the loss of your father. I thought very highly of him like many others did. Hope you are all well.


Posted by: Shawn McCarthy
Mon June 22, 2020
I am very sorry to hear of the loss of John. Although I have long since lost touch with John, his late wife Diane and their children, I have fond memories of visiting them with my dad and mom, Charlie and Harriet. Over the years, I have often thought of John and his family and sincerely express my deepest condolences to them.

Posted by: Sharpsville Class of 1964
Tue June 23, 2020
Deepest condolences to the family of one of our favorite former teachers, Mr. Liko.   He was an inspiration to so many of us.  We remember him fondly and pray for his eternal rest next to his beloved Diana.

Posted by: Jim Carson
Tue June 23, 2020
He was a great teacher and man.  I loved talking to him when he came to Riverside to visit Diana. His sense of humor and compassion were unmatched. He was one of a kind and i hope to see him in the Great Beyond.

Posted by: karen O'Hare Hice
Wed June 24, 2020
Dear Liko Family, My deepest condolences. I think you all know what your parents meant to me growing up next door. I truly loved your dad. He was a wonderful man, an awesome teacher as well and I proudly display the items I made in his class. He is at peace now ,with your mom, resting in the arms of angels. Love to you all...

Posted by: RUTH E LEONE
Thu June 25, 2020
My deepest sympathy to John's family.  He was a wonderful person to work with at Sharpsville High School and then later in life, at the Mercer Co. Community Federal Credit Union where we served together on the Supervisory Committee.  The family has been in my prayers since I learned of John's passing.

Posted by: Sean Deneen
Thu June 25, 2020
I'm so sorry to hear about your Dad's passing. He was a wonderful teacher and a fine man.  He had the patience of Job when he was teaching me to weld.
I never knew he was a bombardier in World War II.  Amazing.

Posted by: Lois Tabis
Fri June 26, 2020
My deepest sympathy to the Liko family. I worked with your dad for many years at the High School. He was such a fantastic person and a true gentleman. He was also a great teacher, one who had the admiration and respect of his students without raising his voice. John and Diana were just the sweetest couple; you could tell they really loved and enjoyed each other’s company. May they both Rest In Peace, reunited together with the Heavenly Father.

Posted by: Richard Hibshman
Tue July 07, 2020
Liko Family,
     My extreme sympathy at the passing of your father. I was one of his students at SHS in 1955-58. He was a great teacher, stern, but fair. He influenced me to get into the teaching field, where I remained for 55 years.  Richard Hibshman, class of 1958.

Posted by: Gary WILSON
Thu July 09, 2020
Sincere condolences to Cheryl and other family.  Mr. Liko was nice to me.  :)