John TenEyck

December 22, 1950 - August 30, 2018

12/22/1950 - 08/30/2018

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Service
Wednesday September 05, 2018
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

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Altmeyer Funeral Home-Chesapeake

John TenEyck, of Virginia Beach, entered Eternal Life on Thursday, August 30, 2018 at the age of 67 years. He was born on December 22, 1950 in Portsmouth, Virginia to the late Dewey Eugene TenEyck and Katherine Donovan TenEyck. Left to cherish his memory are his daughter Holly TenEyck Dalton; seven-year-old granddaughter Madison Brielle Dalton; eighteen-month-old granddaughter Ava Grace Florence Dalton; many loving friends that he grew up with in Glenwood Park, especially John Flannigan, Gary Woodward and Jim Burres; many cousins; other relatives in Kansas and New York, and a host of other friends.

 

John loved to travel and did it often. As much as his love for seeing the world was his love for his Washington Redskins (HTTR), the New York Yankees, and many other sports. He was also a proud supporter of the National Rifle Association and an avid gun collector.

 

**To honor John’s life and love of sports, please feel free to wear your favorite team jersey or sports attire in memory of John.**

 

A memorial service to celebrate John’s life will be held on Wednesday September 5, 2018 at Altmeyer Funeral Home-Chesapeake Chapel (929 Battlefield Blvd. South, Chesapeake) at 2:30 PM.  A reception to follow the memorial will be held at the funeral home.The family encourages you to post a condolence below.

 

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Debbie Ellington
4 years ago

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I am so sorry for your loss. We had some great times together with your day way back many years with the sorority group. Love you missy.

Gary hanson
4 years ago

So sorry holly praying for u and your family I lost my dad 3 years ago I feel ur pain well my thoughts are with you guys

Amy
4 years ago

Holly (sister from another mister), I will forever cherish the childhood memories we shared at your daddies and pop pops house I’m glad he didn’t come searching for us when we ran away to the corner of his street… I could go on forever on the special times we had. They are now together to enjoy an eternal life together. They will continue to watch over you and the girls. I love you forever and always❤️

Gayle Eason
4 years ago

Holly, I am so sorry to hear of your Father’s passing. Please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Christine Woodward
4 years ago

What I came to love was the boys from the hood reminiscing about their teen years in Glenwood Park & all the fun & trouble they got into as kids. Heard the same stories over & over again, every Christmas at the annual dinner of the foursome, JT, JohnF, JimB, GaryW. Actually, the women tired of the same old shenanigans stories every year but the laughs were so tremendous, it became tradition. That’s how I will remember JT. Nothing but LOVE for Holly & family. May God’s blessings sustain them & be abundant. RIP JT.