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John J. Sheridan III

December 29, 1941 - March 25, 2020

John J. Sheridan III, age 78, of Voorhees, NJ, and formerly of Cherry Hill, NJ, passed away on Wednesday, March 25, 2020.

Born in Ridley Park, PA on December 29, 1941, he was the son of the late John Joseph and Carmen Mary (Cenatiempo) Sheridan, Jr. Raised in Smryna, DE, he graduated from Smyrna High School and Trine University. His career in homebuilding and real estate included roles at Bob Scarborough, Inc. and his own firm, John J. Sheridan, Inc. In 1977, he served as President of the Builders League of South Jersey and in 1986 as the President of the New Jersey Builders Association. He loved his work, never retired and continued to be an active Realtor with Fox & Roach of Cherry Hill.

In addition to his parents, John was preceded in death by his brother, Frank. A devoted husband, father and grandfather, he is survived by his wife, Jo Anne (Craig) Sheridan; sons, John Sheridan (Mary Beth) and Richard Sheridan (Jennifer); grandchildren, Jack, Craig, Kate, Liv and Chris; and sister, Rita Whittaker.

All services will be held privately at Hickory Grove Cemetery.

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6 Guestbook messages for John J. Sheridan III

  • I have fond memories of John and wish the family well.

  • John was “one of the good guys”. My condolences to the family.

  • John was always a friend who was passionate about home building and his family. Always enjoyed working with him.My condolences to his family..Tom Paparone

  • Jo Anne and family – John was such a good man; always kind and fun to be around. There are never words enough to speak to someone’s loss. My thoughts are with you all. Take good care of yourselves and each other.
    Meg

  • For Charles R Taylor Family…..Pat and Tanya………tried numerous times to leave our sincere condolences for you in the loss of our dear friend, Ray Taylor…..somehow system wouldn’t allow….. Treasure the good memories of this gentleman for down deep he cared for his family…..Praying for your peace and compassion in this sad hour…..

  • I have fond memories of John. He was a great person and has always been very helpful. My condolences to the family.