John Michael Pashinski was born to John J and Myrna Pashinski on December 25, 1986, at St Joseph’s Hospital in Denver. He was single and had no children. Johnny loved dancing, traveling, and making memories. He lived in Aurora Colorado for most of his 36 years. In 2015 he moved into an apartment in Denver CO near Empower Field. His apartment was his sanctuary. He had a view of the mountains and downtown Denver. There were great sunsets from his balcony. He loved doing things downtown with his friends. He was employed with Zillow Group for approximately 6 ½ years. He loved being in Sales. Johnny was the type of person who loved being around people. His multitude of friends from all aspects of life shows he knew no stranger. He found joy in making everyone feel important and they had purpose. He could make anyone laugh. He liked to be the person who helped set up the weekend events and anyone’s birthday even for their kids. When covid hit he had to work from home. When he was asked what he missed most about working in the office. His response was “I miss peacocking around the office. He loved strutting around the office. When he walked into a room, party or any gathering he’d strut his stuff and smile. His smile lite up the entire room,and his laugh was infectious. Johnny would help anyone. Didn’t matter what they needed he would try to make it happen. He was there to just be a friend, help them work through a problem or tell them how beautiful they were, or things were going to be ok. He was an awesome son and brother to both his parents John and Myrna and his sister Michelle Cohn. Johnny’s family was the most important part of his life. Didn’t matter where he was, he would talk about all of them. Johnny was a dedicated Catholic. He loved God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit. He defended his faith with anyone. He would tell them I know God is there and you can’t change my faith or beliefs. Johnny is survived by his parents John and Myrna Pashinski (Hull), his sister Michelle (Pashinski) Cohn and husband Mark Cohn, Relatives Jim and Jacqueline Grutko, Everett Hull, Fred and Ellison Hull, Dan and Joan Crabtree, many cousins, and a multitude of great friends. Johnny loved making memories with family and friends. Johnny surely will be missed and all our memories he created with us will forever be preserved in our hearts..
In lieu of flowers please make a donation to:
American Liver Foundation
In memory of Johnny Pashinski
PO Box 299
West Orange NJ 07052 or at