John Joseph Staselis

June 20, 1945 - March 3, 2003

06/20/1945 - 03/03/2003

Past Services

Thursday March 06, 2003
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Virginia Beach
5792 Greenwich Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
800-934-4648 | Directions

John J. Staselis

Virginia Beach

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Amy Myrick
8 years ago

Carol & Family,

John was loved, respected and will be dearly missed. He was my Mentor @ Flowserve, a Friend and a so much like my dad boy did he ever yell at me when I messed up too. He was stern and made me learn the hard way, but I learned and it stuck with me.

He loved his Family and talked often of you all. He was tough, but after years of knowing him, he was a softy at heart. He made us laugh and made me cry a few times. When he would say “fumble fingers was at it again”, I used to threaten him I was going to put on my blonde wig.

Once again, he will be missed by All of us and If there is Anything I can do for you or your family, please feel free to contact me.


Amy Myrick & Family

Friend and Flowerve Employee

Nancy Jo and Carson Barnes
8 years ago


We were so sorry to hear about John. Trust you and the children are doing as well as can be expected.

Nancy Jo and Carson Barnes

Linda Charlton
8 years ago


So sorry to hear of your loss. I have been where you are right now and can only tell you that in time things will get better. If there anything that I can do or that Boots and Bows can do please let us know. John was so much fun when he sat at the back table with Felicia and we all enjoyed the jokes he emailed. He will be missed. Take care of yourself and hang in there.

Shirley Thompson
8 years ago

Carol, So sorry to hear of John’s death. He was such a nice man. Shirley

Mary J. Lee
8 years ago

I would like to extend my deepest sympathy on your loss. I will keep you and your family in my prayers and will ask the Lord to give you strength.

I worked with John at IDP and considered him to be a great co-worker. I was blessed to have met him.

Katherine Estes
8 years ago

John was the first person I met when I came to Dresser Pumps, and he was always one of the people there I loved the most. He was funny, fun to be with, willing to share his knowledge and information. Whenever we had an Angel Tree, he always bought his “angel” more stuff than that child had probably seen in a lifetime. I remember him saying that he had never been out of work, so he wanted to share his blessings in some small way with someone less fortunate. I will miss John and will always keep him in my prayers.