John Fitzgerald McKessey Jr. was born to John McKessey Sr. and Teresa (McKessey) Breault at home in Palm Bay, Florida on December 15, 1994. He is survived by both of his parents, John and Teresa, and loving siblings: Jacob and his wife, Andra, Jeremiah (Renaissance), Maria (Arnie), Josiah, Leah (Larry) and also Gabby McKessey as well as many aunts, uncles, nephews and cousins.
Johnny, as he was endearingly called, loved living life to the fullest. He could bring a smile to any face and instantly make any encounter fun. Apart from his life-of-the-party persona, Johnny cared deeply for people and was the first to volunteer to help in any capacity. His empathy proceeds him, memorialized in the stories of family, friends, and strangers.
He never did acts of kindness for show, meaning the majority of his good deeds cannot be counted.
John also enjoyed entertaining people, whether it was through his years of acting, his organizing of events or his joyful demeanor often met with his effortless humor. Everyone who met John could easily say he was one of a kind; a class act through and through.
Johnny will be greatly missed by those he left behind. His impact and the joy he brought will perpetually live on through his friends and family.
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