In loving memory of

John P. Offidani
February 26, 1948 - August 5, 2022

John P. Offidani, on August 5, 2022, of Florida and Voorhees, NJ. Age 74. Beloved brother of Rosemarie (Joseph) Tabasco. Devoted uncle of Denise Tabasco and Michael (Kristina) Tabasco. Great Uncle of Joseph, Mia, Julia and Matthew. Also survived by his great friends Frankie, Dennis, and Frankie.

Johnny enjoyed sport shooting, playing pool, crabbing and boating. He proudly served in the United States Army and was the owner of Archstone Recovery Center in Florida for 20 years.

There will be a viewing on Tuesday from 7pm to 9pm at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE and on Wednesday from 11am to 12 noon at Our Lady of Hope Parish, St. Agnes Church, 701 Little Gloucester Road, Blackwood.

Funeral Mass 12 noon at the Church.

Interment New Saint Mary's Cemetery, Bellmawr.

In Lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105 ( Family and friends may share memories at


Tony Marino wrote on Aug 15, 2022:

"I loved the many years of working with Johnny O. He was an amazing person and will be missed dearly!"

Stephanie wrote on Aug 12, 2022:

"I will miss your many medical questions and texts all about you! You were a very special person and I?m grateful to have known you. Love, Stephanie "

DorothyFlood wrote on Aug 9, 2022:

"Rest In Peace. Thank you UJ"

Maryann Santoro wrote on Aug 9, 2022:

"Johnny O was an absolute blessing to my fathers life and our family. We love you Johnny O and you will be missed. I am truly sorry for your loss. Sending hugs and prayers Love, Maryann and Manny and family (Angelo's daughter) "

Sally Sweeney wrote on Aug 9, 2022:

"Johnny?s legacy lives on in the hearts of those he helped. Sally Sweeney"

Mary Ann Docimo wrote on Aug 9, 2022:

"Mary Ann Docimo I grow up at My Aunt's house and being with Roe and Johnny, they were my sister and brother. We had so much fun, and Johnny as an adult was one of the most generous and humble person. I will miss you little Bro. "

Dr. A wrote on Aug 7, 2022:

"Johnny did so much good for countless people in the recovery community and people in need. He was tough but compassionate and humble about his good deeds, embarrassed by praise. He was a good friend and will be sorely missed by many."

Frank M Forlini wrote on Aug 7, 2022:

"I will miss Johnny?s company. A terrific and generous person. "

Marlyn Brokenshire wrote on Aug 7, 2022:

"Johnny was a great guy. He was always generous and kind to everyone. Johnny loved life and was always looking for ways to give you a hand up when you were were down! He was a treasure, beloved by our family and will be missed! "

Mario wrote on Aug 6, 2022:

"Johnny O, picked me up and took me to my very first meeting. On the way he told me to keep going to the meetings and I?m on my own after this ride. It sounded harsh at at time, but he also said, if you want, you got to go get it. I?ll certainly miss our conversations. Johnny was a good and honorable man. "