John P. Sykula

Born: Thu., Jun. 25, 1925
Died: Sat., Feb. 23, 2013


Graveside Service

1:00 PM Tue., Feb. 26, 2013


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A graveside service for John Perry Sykula, Sr. will be held at 1:00 pm Tuesday February 26, 2013 at Fort Jackson National Cemetery with military rites. Memorials may be made to Centennial ARP Church, 1413 Laurel Street, Columbia, SC 29201 or Campus Crusade for Christ, 100 Woodsview Lane, Columbia, SC 29223.

 

Mr. Sykula passed away Saturday February 23, 2013. Born in Lockport, NY, he was the son of the late John Franklin and Mary Catherine Bednatz Sykula. Mr. Sykula graduated from Lockport High School and attended New York University, Buffalo. He was the owner and operator of John Sykula Construction and was a WWII US Army veteran. Mr. Sykula was a member of Centennial ARP Church and a former Deacon.

 

Mr. Sykula is survived by his wife Josephine Sykula; son, John Sykula, Jr. of Columbia; daughter, Sheryl (Skidmore) Logan of Columbia; grandchildren, Dr. Melissa Logan of Shelby, NC, Jenna (Jared) Garraux, Esq. of Columbia, Stephanie (Andrew) Clayton of Greenville, Kristen Logan of Columbia and Skidmore (Nikki) Logan, III of Odenton, Maryland and great grandchildren, Nina Winters Garraux, Gavin Skidmore Garraux, Juliette Berne Garraux and Hudson William Garraux. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his three sisters.

 

 

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John Ropp Jr.
   Posted Mon February 25, 2013
Dear Sherri,
I don't know if we have yet met. I am the new Congregational Care minister at Northeast. This is my initial response in this position to any member at Northeast, and it is a privilege to rejoice with you and your family, even in your sincere sadness, over your Dad's homegoing to be with the Lord. Your parents' church is where my wife Linda and I were married. I know you are especially thankful to have a Christian Dad who served Christ and His church, his nation, and your Mother and family, so faithfully. Your memories of him and your homelife, I trust, are precious and endearing. Thank you for your testimony to the Ladies on Saturday, even under emotional strain. They surely listened more clearly to the evidences of a Savior's love which you presented. God bless your faithfulness to our Lord and His Word, as you honored the memory of your Dad by sharing the power of his and your Master and Friend. May the service tomorrow minister to your heart and bring praise to the God who gives us our parents. I look forward to meeting you and your family.
In Him,
John Ropp

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