John Fredrick Bellach

John Fredrick Bellach

Up until his very last breath, he fought the cancer with all his strength, but on May 9th, 2014, the man who many in the Cambridge- Isanti area knew as “Pizza John” lost the battle.
John loved helping others, especially byworking on their vehicles and he loved making people laugh, particularly with his voice imitations of Sesame Street characters and various accents of people from all over the world.
Johns hobbies included fishing with his dad,playing his guitars, re-netting lawn chairs and listening to jazz and oldies music, especially the Beatles.
John was born on July 5th 1956, the second of five children to August and Ida (Kreiser Bellach. During his childhood the family moved several times between Pennsylvania and Minnesota, finally settling in the Rush Point area in 1970.
John graduated from Braham (westview High School in 1976. He served in the United States Navy from 1978 to 1983 and in the Army Reserves from 1983 to 1985. He married his high school sweetheart, Cindy Hanson, on January 6th, 1979. They made their home first in Stanchfield and then in Dalbo, MN, where they raised their two boys. John worked at Ault, Inc., at Napa Auto Parts, at Ritchart Ford and finally at Cambridge Pizza Hut.
John was precede in death by his sister Viola (Tooty), his infant son Joseph and his beloved mother Ida (Kreiser) Bellach. He is survived by his loving wife, Cindy, by two wonderful sons, Samuel & shawn, by his father August, by his brother August, Jr. (Skeeter) and his ttwo sisters Ann and Patty. He will live on in all of our hearts, as well as in those of manyother friends and relatives whose lives he enriched by his generous and loving spirit. We look forward to seeing him again soon.
Please join in honoring Johns life at his memorial celebration to be held on Sunday, June 1st, 2014 at 2:00pm, at the Kingdom Hall of Hehovahs Witnesses, located at the east end of Cambridge at 3652 333rd Ave. NE. A reception will follow the memorial located at the Chisago Community Center in North Branch, MN

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