John Robert Yetter

November 11, 1969 - November 13, 2023

John Robert Yetter

November 11, 1969 - November 13, 2023


John R. Yetter, age 54, died peacefully with his mother and sister by his side.

John was born to William and Frances Yetter in Seattle WA. The family moved to Bellingham, WA in 1971. He attended Sehome High School. He had a deep interest and knowledge of world theologies and martial arts and was always ready for an open and honest discussion. John was known for his quick wit and sense of humor which helped him through the struggles of multiple sclerosis.

John is preceded in death by his father William L. Yetter. He is survived by his devoted mother Frances Yetter, sister Lisa (Kris) Hislop, nephews Trace and Rylan Hislop, and a large extended family.

The family would like to thank his caregivers and the staff of Peace Health-St Joseph’s Hospital in Bellingham for their dedication and loving care of John through the years and especially in his final days.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, December 9th, at 1:00PM at Moles Farewell Tributes & Crematory. 5700 Northwest Dr, Ferndale, WA 98248

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Society.

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4 responses to John Robert Yetter

  1. Aunt Fran and Lisa and family my heart breaks for you. Sending prayers and hugs your way. Sending Love, Sheree

  2. John,
    I see you running,jumping,laughing
    With a few ninja kicks thrown in.
    Just weightless
    I am filled with happiness for you
    Sadness for those you left behind
    You have loved
    Been loved
    And will continue to live in our hearts
    Till we meet again
    Denise ❤️

  3. I have so many memories of my cousin John, I will truly cherish all my memories ❤️
    My heart is broken, and my prayers go out to my Aunt Frances and cousin Lisa/Kris and the boys
    Love to you all 🙏♥️🙏

  4. My heart goes out to Lisa, Fran, and Family. Marina and I offer our sincere condolences. Words alone cannot ease pain in challenging times, just remember that you are not alone and we will always be there for you.

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