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May 27, 2017

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April 17, 2013
Allison and family; as you know Vanessa loved your incredible Dad and will miss him immensely. He was a kind, gentle, and patient man with the Special Olympians as well as with the kids at the dances. He made Vanessa feel extra special and she thought the world of him, and I agree with her. Thank you for sharing him with her. Take care and remember that as a daughter of a former police officer, like you, his memory is in the hearts of so many wonderful blue brothers and sisters that we are blessed to have this extraordinary community who also knew and loved him. God bless you and your family.
Cecilia Black Robles
April 15, 2013
I attended H.S.in the mid 1960,s with"Jack",as we called him,then.Even then,he exemplified all the positive traits so glowingly written in this guest book.His family came first,and he loved and respected his parents,and was a role model and protector of his younger siblings,especially Kathy and Patricia.He was a good friend,steady and trustworthy,dependable and reliable.On the football field and basketball court he was a team player and always a good sport.He was not however,a nambi -pambi!He would not be bullied,nor would he allow it!Jack became a hero the day he stood up to a very mean teacher at Scituate H.S.That day the teacher dismissed the girls from class and made all the boys line up single file.As each boy left,he whacked him across the back of his legs with the long wooden blackboard pointer.Until Jack,that is!Jack lifted him up,and pinned him to the wall and told him he would not hit him,or anyone else!Jack becamme a legend that day,and as far as I know he never got in any trouble over the incident.I can imagine this tale brings a smile to those who knew and loved him.I will always remember him fondly,and I send my deepest condolences to his family.God bless you all,and may Jack rest in peace. Sincerely,Marilynn Warner Hammond.
April 10, 2013
I knew officer John Dee through my work at Houston's, where he would come and watch our restaurant on Friday & Saturday nights after finishing his regular police duty at the airport. He often looked tired but always had a kind smile on his face . I would make him a small late night snack , which he accepted with his wonderful smile. Me being an immigrant from India , he would often ask me about my native country, especially Indian cuisine . We also talked about music, rock ' n' roll of course, and both agreed that two of the best guitar bands of all time is Dire Straits & ZZ Top. Although we both come from very different background and generation , John was always easy to talk to, and always respectful and kind to others. I also met his beautiful daughter Allison , who worked at our restaurant for a little while.
My heart goes out to John and his family, I wish them well, especially during these tough times.
I am thankful to God, that I got a chance to meet a true gentleman like John.
God bless us all !
- Bash
April 3, 2013
Pained to hear of Johns passing. A trusted friend and colleague. I aspire to have his wisdom, patience, humor and humble demeanor. Frank Kardasz
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