John Palasik Obituary, Death – This morning’s announcement that Representative John Palasik had passed away came as a total and complete surprise to me. I was completely unaware that he had passed away. As a direct result of learning this new information, I am now experiencing a state of complete and utter misery. Rep. Palasik was a devoted public servant who devoted his entire career to helping others, whether it was in the United States Army, the Vermont National Guard, the Milton Police Department, Milton Rescue, as a State Representative, or in any of the numerous other roles he played in the community.
He was a member of the Milton Fire Department, the Milton Police Department, the Vermont National Guard, the United States Army, and the Vermont National Guard. He served his community in many different capacities, including as a firefighter, a paramedic, a member of the Vermont National Guard, a member of the Milton Police Department, and as a He served in the United States Army, the Vermont National Guard, the Milton Fire Department, the Milton Police Department, and the Vermont National Guard. He also served in the community in the capacity of a member of the Milton Police Department. In addition to that, he worked for the Milton Fire Department.
The year of his birth, 2016, was also the year he departed away. When John moved to Montpelier, he not only brought his years of experience but also his unique and insightful point of view with him. While he was in Milton, which is his hometown, he never stopped advocating for the community, and he hasn’t stopped doing so since he left. Without his many contributions and constant presence there, the mood in the State House would be very different. I was taken aback when I heard of his passing, and I would like to offer my most sincere condolences to his family, friends, and coworkers who have been negatively impacted by this tragic loss.
I was shocked to learn of his passing. On the day of his burial, I have given instructions for the Vermont State Flag to be flown at a position that is halfway between full- and half-staff at the State House in Montpelier. The Senate of the State of Vermont provided me with this instruction through the mail.