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John David Muzika
  • January 19, 1964
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  • August 18, 2014

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John David Muzika, 50, of Clermont, FL passed away at his home on  August 18, 2014, after a courageous battle with cancer. He was born on January 19, 1964 in Orlando, FL. He married Jennifer Shaw on June 27, 1998 in Orlando, FL and she survives.   Surviving are his wife, Jennifer and son, Zachary, age 12. He is also survived by his mother-in-law, Arlene Shaw of Canton, IL and three nieces and one nephew. John grew up in Orlando. He worked for Suntrust Bank for almost twenty years before going back to school and making a career change. He became a licensed Mental Health Therapist and was a Lead Therapist for Lifestream Behavioral Center, impacting the lives of many children and families for more than five years. John’s longtime passion was bowling and he had previously bowled with the Professional Bowlers Association. He had also been active with the Boy Scouts of America as a Cub Scout Den leader. As a graduate and alumni of the University of Central Florida, he was an avid Knights fan. Services will be held at 11:00am Saturday, August 30, 2014 at Trinity Lutheran Church, located in downtown Orlando at 123 East Livingston St. Services will be conducted by Pastor Milan Weerts. Following the service on Saturday, family and friends will gather in the Fellowship Hall at the church for a luncheon.

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  1. 29 Aug 2014
    Ron and Rhonda Breuer says:
    Jenn and Zach, we are so sorry for your loss. We know he will be greatly missed. We won't be able to be at the service, but know you are in our thoughts and prayers. John was loved by us very much.

  2. 28 Aug 2014
    Patricia Myers says:
    I was one of John's teachers at Trinity Lutheran. I remember him as warmhearted, always smiling - and a darn good student. I know he was loved by his fellow classmates. I am deeply saddened at his passing and I know God has welcomed him with open arms. My love and sympathy to his family. My prayers are with you all. Mrs. Patricia Myers

  3. 22 Aug 2014
    Ronald H. Roby says:
    John was a Christian first and foremost. He attended Trinity Lutheran School and served Trinity as an Elder. He and I taught Sunday School using the book of Job as the basis for those lessons. His smile defined him. He was a lovely man.

  4. 21 Aug 2014
    John Strandquest says:
    Dearest Jennifer and Zachary,

    Words cannot express how sad I am about the lose of your dear husband and precious father. John was loved and admired by many and the love he shared with everyone will live on in our hearts. My sincerely and deepest sympathy to each of you and may God continue to bless and keep you.

    Love, John (Papa) & Family

  5. 21 Aug 2014
    Julia and Bob Carpenter says:
    Bob met John in middle school and I met him in high school...my first memories are of his kindness and gentle spirit and his enormous smile. He was part of our close knit high school group and so many precious memories...he was there at East India Ice Cream in Winter Park when Bob proposed to me...he was in our wedding as a groomsman. He was key in helping Bob get his first job in college by driving him to the Space Coast and knocking on doors to get Bob's application in. He was always there for us - with encouragement, a gentle smile, a hug, words of concern and advice. He is precious and dear and was always positive. We continue to love him and hold him in our memory...and will miss him.

  6. 20 Aug 2014
    Alice says:
    I miss John at work. He was always a positive people person no matter if he was not feeling well. He encouraged me to "take the test" I told him he could pay for foray one and I'd pay for next one. At Christmas he and Jennifer have all of us mugs with our names. He looked up the church where my daughter was attending to show me the picture. John worried about how I was doing when he was dealing with this dreadful disease. I want him to know I did "take the test". Thank you John for giving unconditionally of yourself. (Hugs)

  7. 20 Aug 2014
    Danylssa Kinghorn says:
    John was a kindhearted friend. He always had something positive to say. Sam and I are going to miss you. I'm glad I got to know him.

  8. 20 Aug 2014
    Dr Linda Silverman says:
    I had the pleasure of John's friendship at work, albeit briefly. I also was privileged to provide solace to John during the early days of his diagnosis and give support to him as he made his life decision. Rest easily, John. You were loved and greatly admired.

  9. 20 Aug 2014
    Adelene Sicardo says:
    John will be sorely missed,but he left behind a lesson of how to be a loving person. Always had a smile, something funny to say and a compliment to offer. My final words were, I love you John...and I meant every bit.

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