John Comple

John A. Comple

Monday, October 26th, 1942 - Sunday, July 7th, 2019
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John A. Comple,76, of Syracuse, died peacefully Sunday At Upstate Medical Ctr. In spite of the amazing care at Upstate, after 19 days he could not sustain a recovery from major surgery.

John served in the US Air Force in the early 1960’s, and was an airplane mechanic with Pan American Airways for most of his career.

John is survived by his partner/spouse of 35 years, Stan More; daughter Stacy (Michael) Huggins; son, John Comple; sisters, Flora Comple and Alice Francis; brother James Comple and three grandchildren.

Services will be private at the convenience of the family.
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Therese Tallman

Posted at 01:01pm
My condolances to Stan and John's family. I always remember John as a guest to our choral concerts. Since the first time we met John always greeted me with a warm smile and hello. Of course you could always spot him in a crowd and give a wave and a smile if nothing else. I will miss his smiles and well wishes.

Ronald Westbrook

Posted at 09:30am
So sorry for your loss Stan. Our thoughts are prayers are with you.
Ron Westbrook and Lori Dietz

Dawn Janis

Posted at 10:56pm
Almost twenty years ago we became friends and that friendship grew into something so beautiful Road trips, sharing meal at each other’s homes and elsewhere. The three of us worked together, played together and enjoyed quiet times together. You will be missed by many, each in our own way. I will treasure the memories and smile when I think of you. I’m a better person for knowing you and so grateful I got to call you my friend. I’ll see you again on the other side.

Barbara Prucha

Posted at 06:44pm
We know how much John will be missed and hope years of memories lift you up. Memories of playing croquet, meals together with Peggy and Sharon, et al, and poker games at the dining room table (with cheat sheets hanging everywhere for the non poker players - all of us but John!) will be some of our fondest memories together. We send our love and prayers of peace. Barb Prucha and Brian Clarke


Posted at 12:26pm
Please accept my most sincere sympathy for the death of your loved one. We can find comfort in the word of God because it assures us that "there is going to be a resurrection" (Acts 24:15).  God promises to give life back to millions of people who have died, and he desires to do so very soon.

We know this from what a servant of God from the past, Job, asked God: “If a man dies, can he live again?  I will wait all the days of my compulsory service (death) until my relief comes.   You (Jehovah) will call, and I (Job) will answer you. You will long for the work of your hands." (Job 14:14, 15) God is longing to give life back to those who have died.

Perhaps these words do not calm your pain but we are certain that God will resurrect all those who demonstrate faith in the sacrifice of His son, Jesus Christ. Reflecting on the divine promises found in the Bible will give you the hope and strength to keep going until all of God’s promises are fulfilled.  May these words bring you and your family much comfort from Jehovah God, the God of all comfort (2 Corinthians 1: 3, 4). 

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