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Sir, I would just like to say thank you for your service and sacrifice for our Country when you served during WW II and also for being a member of the Greatest Generation. And to your family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy,
With deepest sympathy to the Brennan Family.
May the Hearer of Prayer (Psalm 83:18) give you strength, courage and peace in your time of sorrow (Psalm 65:2). And may you always cherish the wonderful memories of tome spent with him.
There is no doubt that Mr. John Brennan was a special person and much loved. I did not have the opportunity to meet Mr. Brennan in person. However, I knew of him through conversations at Mixed Company with his sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Bonner, and her daughters, Eileen and Colleen, who are also very special individuals. My thoughts and prayers are with Mr. Brennan's family during this time.
My Deepest Sympathy,
Sharon J. Ross
I had the honor of meeting Mr. Brennan 2 years ago at Al's Coffee Shop in Bloomfield. He would come everyday for his box lunch special! He brought a picture of his niece in and he was so proud of her. I went and bought a frame for that picture and he was so happy! I also took a picture of him standing in front of the lottery machine with his money fanned out and had it made and framed into a 8 X 10. We kept it by the lottery machine so all can see! He showed everyone that walked thru the store! Before he left for florida we gave him a little Birthday party with cake and cards! He will truely be missed! Rest in peace Mr. Brennan!