December 07, 2013 - 14:29
I was so sorry to hear of the passing of John. I coached John in football at his high school. He was an outgoing and happy young man who always wore a smile. I am thankful that I knew him, even if it was just for a short while, because he made a difference. There is comfort in knowing that he lives on in his son and his loving family left behind. Thank you to the Hallberg family for sharing John with me.
December 07, 2013 - 13:31
Dear Joe,Vivian, Elizabeth and family,
December 07, 2013 - 02:23
It has taken me a week to be able to comprehend this loss, and express my heartbreak into words. Even now words cannot illustrate the sadness in my heart. John was an a kind, intellegent, and beautiful, young man with a zest for life. He had such an easy way about him that made him everyone's friend. I am a better person for knowing John, and am thankful to have had the opportunity to work and share many good memories with him.
To John's parents and family.... you should be very proud, you raised a nice man, who was respectful and kind to all. I believe our Father has called John home early as he has special plan for him that cannot be fulfilled her on this earth.
You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
Kelli Perry and family
December 07, 2013 - 01:26
"Dear John", just like a beginning of normal email i sent to you, but can't receive your response anylonger, sadness overflow in my heart, i can't believe it is true you are go, leave so many love you people behind off.
December 06, 2013 - 04:48
It is really a shock here my brother John just left us. I still can not believe it for the whole day. We just aligned the plan for our hangover in Bangkok next year one week ago，it was once a dream for us for three years，but when we were almost there you just passed away. You should know how hard I am working for this promise. It is really hard for me to control myself when I heard your familiar and confident voice from your message box and I was trying to find something to prove it was a joke，but.......
Wish you have a more brilliance life during your next journey，my brother.
Best wishes to John' families.
If you can read this mail，would you please write me back and I want to do something for little Axel in the future.
Bowman from China.
December 05, 2013 - 23:22
I feel very astonished and sad to hear the bad news.what a gloomy day today for us.I sincerely hope that is a trick not a truth.
December 05, 2013 - 22:00
Dear John's family,
I am so sorry and so sad for your loss. I first met John in Oct of 2011 in Dalian， China and then we worked as teammates in DHL till this Aug. Even in the opposite sites of the earth, we built very close relationship bewteen each other. He came to Dalian twoice. He preseted a wonderful stroller to my little son Eitan and I preseted Axel a Chinese tranditional suit last Oct. He and my family sit together to drunk beer and ate Jiaozi, talk and laugh. All of these were just like happene yesterday. He promised me to take Axel to Dalian again someday and let two little boys play together... All my family and my team members loves John so much. He is such a excellent young man with unbeliveable knowledge and talent. God bless John! You are always in my heart.
December 05, 2013 - 21:58
i still can't believe it is true. John, a wonderful young man, left us with regrets. this is loss to the familly as well as his friends,company. i wish he was peaceful when left the world. we will carry john with us always.
December 05, 2013 - 17:32
John's DHL family hearts are broken. He was adored and respected by everyone. What a wonderful young man. No words can convey the utter sadness within his working family. We love you John Axel Frederick Hallberg. Sleep now handsome prince. Your son will be your legacy.
December 05, 2013 - 17:12
Dear John's Family,
I still can't believe it is true that such a great gentleman passed away. I am blessed to get to know John during his business trip to Dalian and he impressed everyone with his gesture, sense of humor, wisdom and warm heart. He loved his son and his family so much that he always proudly vividly told those hilarious moments to us. I will definitely miss John. God bless him. My pray and sympathy to you all.
December 05, 2013 - 12:37
Dear John's Family,
December 04, 2013 - 22:02
To John's Family:
December 04, 2013 - 15:09
Wow, what a shock we all had when we heard this news. I was one of John's new hire trainers when he first started at DHL Global Forwarding, and remember right away thinking: what promise. And he fulfilled that promise, moving up rapidly with the company and always giving his full effort, bringing all of his knowledge and willingness to learn and grow. Not only that, but he was always ready with a joke, a smile, or just a hello. He was so proud of his name, John Axel Frederick Hallberg; and even more proud of his son. We didn't just like John, we loved him, and can't imagine how much he'll be missed by his family and friends.
December 04, 2013 - 13:04
I am so saddened at the loss of John. He was such a wonderful soul. I always looked forward to seeing the "other Coug" in the office. He always had a smile, and could make me laugh. I truly am going to miss him!
December 04, 2013 - 02:28
It was a shock to hear the news of John's passing.
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