John Muscolo
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John was my first boss at Atlas Copco in 2004. He was happy to share his company knowledge and always made himself available to help. He had a dry sense of humor that I will always appreciate. It was obvious in his story sharing how much he loved his family. I am thankful for his presence in my life.


Posted by: Denise Kizer - Rock Hill, SC   Jul 10, 2018

John was my first boss at Atlas Copco in 2004. He was happy to share his company knowledge and always made himself available to help. He had a dry sense of humor that I will always appreciate. It was obvious in his story sharing how much he loved his family. I am thankful for his presence in my life. Kind Regards, Denise Kizer , Rock Hill, SC


Posted by: A friend   Jul 10, 2018


Posted by: Terry Myers - Lees Summit, MO   Jul 06, 2018

Condolences to the family. I am shocked to hear this news. He was always helpful. Although I never meet him personally but felt like I known him for many years. My thoughts and prayers are with John's family.


Posted by: Manuj Agarwal - Pune, India   Jul 06, 2018

Condolences to John's family. His dry sense of humor and strong work ethic made him a great part of our football team in high school. He was the classic over achiever. It was great to see John at the HOF Banquet a few years back. Our prayers are with you.

Bob Dobias & Family


Posted by: Bob Dobias - Swampscott, MA   Jul 05, 2018

Condolences to the family. I appreciated John as a fellow coworker. He was always helpful. I will miss hearing him call me "Kid" at the end of our phone conversations. Rest Well Sir!


Posted by: LaShawn Waters - Rock Hill, SC   Jul 03, 2018

My condolences to Johns family. John and I spent many hours over several years on the the football field. He was a great person and teammate. Our thoughts and prayers are with Johns family.


Posted by: David and Kathy Tranghese - Wilbraham, MA   Jul 02, 2018

Cheryl, you couldn't have picked a better person than John to raise our two kids. He was always considerate of everyone around him and I always liked talking to him when I would see him. This world world be a better place with people like him in it. He will be missed. My deepest sympathy.

Ted


Posted by: A friend   Jul 02, 2018

On behalf of all our employees at Atlas Copco, please accept our deepest sympathies for the loss of John. John was an exemplary person and co-worker who, through his many assignments during his 20+ years of employment within our company, developed a strong following. He was a great teacher and always uplifted us with his smile, wisdom, and cheerful approach to his work. He will be greatly missed.

Sincerely,
Robert Eshelman
President, Atlas Copco USA


Posted by: Robert Eshelman - Rock Hill, SC - coworker   Jul 02, 2018

We are so sorry Cheryl. I spent a week with you and John last month, and realized quickly what a gentle and kind soul he was. He is the sweetest angel our lord now has.
Mia and Frank Chamberlain


Posted by: Mia Chanberlain - Myrtle Beach, SC   Jul 02, 2018