In Memoriam – John Travers Nejedly

John Travers Nejedly July 2, 1964 – October 7, 2016

John Travers Nejedly
July 2, 1964 – October 7, 2016

John Travers Nejedly embarked peacefully on a new journey Friday, October 7, 2016. John was born on July 2, 1964 in Walnut Creek, CA. He is the son of John A. Nejedly and Pamela Maloy, both deceased. John is survived by his loving family, his wife, Katie, his daughters, Kathleen and Kristina and his son, John Christian. His siblings and extended family of nieces, nephews and in-laws also survive him.

J.T., as many knew him, attended Las Lomas High School, Modesto Jr. College, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and John F. Kennedy University School of Law. He founded Nejedly Corporation, a general engineering contracting company, worked as an attorney and served as a Contra Costa Community College District Trustee in the years preceding his death.

J.T. enjoyed spending time with his family and in the mountains more than anything. He loved golfing, skiing, coaching sports, riding dirt bikes and snowmobiles, fishing and living life to the fullest. John will be remembered most for his twenty-two years of dedication to the Community College Board and his twenty-seven years of giving his family so much love and happiness. He will also be remembered as a lifelong friend and confidant to everyone who knew him. His carefree demeanor, love of life and genuine smile will be missed more than anyone will ever know.

Services will be held on Thursday, October 27th at 11:00 a.m. at Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, 1315 Lomitas Avenue in Livermore, CA 94550. A reception will follow at Ravenswood Historic Site, 2647 Arroyo Road in Livermore.

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4 Comments to “In Memoriam – John Travers Nejedly”

  1. Mary Sea says:

    John was a good and kind person to many of us here in Graeagle/Blairsden/Johnsville. He will be missed by so many in our community.His passing came as a shock and with great sadness.Many of us had just spent time with him before his trip to New Orleans. My husband John and I wish his family well and that your grief and sorrow will be filled with many good thoughts and love for him.

    Sincerely,
    John and Mary Sea

  2. Derek John says:

    John i will always remember your smile and good Nature.My condolences to your family.You will be sadly missed,R.I.P.I’m sure you’re in a better place,Take care peace out bud.

    Sincerely
    Derek John

  3. Sean Vinson says:

    John always had a smile on his face from the time I knew him in high school to the time our paths crossed again when I coached his son in little league. He was always a great guy, very helpful. Rest in peace JT

  4. Natalie Presa says:

    I knew JT from intermediate school and high school. I will remember him for his smile and good nature. My condolences to his family. Rest easy JT.

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