John Umberger Obituary, Death – It didn’t matter how long you spent with John Umberger or how briefly you interacted with him; he had the potential to make an impact that would stick with you. His name means “God’s wonderful gift,” and he lived up to the moniker’s potential by making everyone he came in contact with happy and giving them a smile.
John Umberger referred to himself as “dedicated to exceeding expectations” and was successful in every setting, whether he was in charge of political gatherings, bringing friends together, or selecting the ideal attire or stationary for special occasions. John thrived in every situation. He was an eternal optimist, and his response to difficult circumstances and obstacles was always, “Well, that’s just an opportunity.”
John Umberger was born in Atlanta on February 21, 1989, and he passed away at the age of 33 on June 1, 2022. His tragic death occurred in Atlanta.
John received his high school education at Christ School in Asheville, North Carolina, and he is still remembered favorably by both current students and those who graduated from that institution. He began his academic career at the University of the South, where he was a member of the Sigma Nu Fraternity’s Beta Omicron Chapter. Later, he moved on to the Georgia Institute of Technology, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in History, Technology and Society.
His leisure activities, which ranged from making TikTok videos and tiny mic interviews to making folk art, highlighted the limitless creative potential he possessed. He was also involved in the design and production of yoga mats, as well as the hosting of friends at “Spa Umberger.”
He held the position of Director of Diplomacy and Political Programs at the American Center for Law and Justice during his time spent working in the workforce. During his time in Washington, John was the executive director of the Embassy Guild and held the position of Director of Operations under Chairman Neil Chattergee at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. John also held this position while he was a presidential appointee.
John was characterized by Chattergee as “Always keeping other people in mind. Maintaining a positive and intriguing attitude about life. He was everyone’s favorite person to watch during the celebration.” He made a joke about how similar John was to Eli Manning, saying that John “would throw 50 TDs and 20 INTs,” but that John, like Eli, was inducted into the Hall of Fame.
In addition to this, John worked as a volunteer associate for Restore Mass Ave and was a trainer at Elements Fitness and Wellness Center LLC, where he taught Gyrokinesis and Gyrotonic classes.