John W. Abbadusky

  • Born: January 26, 1942
  • Died: November 12, 2016
  • Location: Lyndon, Illinois

McDonald Funeral Home

46 Grove Street
Route 78 N
Prophetstown, IL 61277

Tel. (815) 537-5544

Tribute & Message From The Family


LYNDON- John W. Abbadusky, 74, of Lyndon, died Saturday morning, November 12, 2016 at home surrounded by his family.

Born January 26, 1942 in Monmouth he was a son of Forrest and Elsie (Kline) Abbadusky. He married Judy Pinney in 1961. He later married Beth Detra in 1966. He worked for Pemberthy in Prophetstown for 25 years. John was a member of the Rock River Valley Barbershoppers, 1st Congregational Church in Prophetstown and enjoyed garage sales, flea markets, music and spending time with his grandchildren.

Those left to honor his memory include his wife Beth of Lyndon; daughters, Leisa (Curt) Coburn of Dunlap and Amy (Chris) McCombs of Clinton, IA; sons, Tim (Victoria) Abbadusky of Dunlap and Andrew Abbadusky of Erie; 8 grandchildren, Aaron, Andre, Olivia, Emily, Gabe, Samantha, Nathan and Mackenzie.

He was preceded in death by his parents and 3 brothers, Art, Ed and Mel.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

Sorry to hear about the lost of john. My condolences to the family I hope Isaiah 61: 1-2 bring the family comfort during such sad time

Posted by Esha Elliott    November 26, 2016

As a boy and a man we the class of 1960 were proud to have grown up with Willy. Through the years he was always in our thoughts. He will be missed.


The Monmouth High School Class of 1960..

Posted by Monmouth High School Class of 1960 McGinnes - Monmouth, IL - Friend   November 20, 2016

So sorry to hear of John's passing. Thinking of your family at this difficult time.

Posted by Kim Smith - Friend   November 19, 2016

So sorry to hear of John's passing. Thinking of your family at this difficult time.

Posted by Brian and Kim Smith - Friend   November 19, 2016

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I met John at the Lyndon United Methodist Church years ago, and like so many others, became aware of the very beautiful, rich voice he had. When he sang a song, his voice, plus the quiet feeling way he delivered it, could put his listener so much closer to God. I can only imagine how much the angels will enjoy it.

May God bless your family during this loss,
Sally Renkes

Posted by Sally Renkes - Prophetstown, IL - Friend   November 18, 2016

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It was a pleasure singing with you. RIP.

Posted by Rex & Marie Winget - Friend   November 17, 2016

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Beth & Family,
We are so sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts & prayers.
Danielle & Roger Smith

Posted by Danielle Smith - Prophetstown, IL - Friend   November 17, 2016

I am praying for all of you during this time of sadness.....I know that Willy is home with his other family but this family left behind are going to miss the smile, hugs and kisses he gave......I know I will miss the phone calls and the laughter and the nice talks that we had......
So my prayers for you is strength and comfort.....your memories will last a lifetime and then someday we will all celebrate at our Lords feast table and be together again forever......
I know he is smiling down at each one of us..........

Posted by Margie Abbadusky - Sparrowbush, NY - Family   November 15, 2016