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January 17, 2014
Blessings to the family for healing.
Bob O'Brien, Mass General Hospital.
January 17, 2014
For many years John was a generous donor to Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton, formerly Milton Hospital, where his mother worked for many years as a volunteer in the cafeteria. I had the opportunity to meet with John on several occasions and always enjoy his insight and sense of humor. More than many spouses, he was dedicated to his wife, Ruth. Saddened by his passing, I will miss his personal visits, his phone calls, and his written messages.
January 15, 2014
Ruth, Janice, and Greg, we are so sorry to hear of John's passing.

Jaclyn, Lou, and Anthony Di Bona
January 15, 2014
It was my priveledge to be associated with John both in the AHAC and the Knights of Malta. I regret I could not attend his funeral but be assured of my thoughts and prayers.

COL Ernest C. Caggiano PC KM
January 13, 2014
Janis and Greg,
I am sorry for your loss. What lovely parents you have! They are missed at the Villas of Ocean Ridge.
Linda Sorenson
January 13, 2014
I was so sad to hear of your family's loss. I remember "Uncle Bud" as wonderful, intelligent, funny, generous, and a joy to be around. I will never forget 11 people in a jeep going to Duxbury beach or the cookouts afterward...those are memories that stay with us forever...I hope you can smile through the tears when you think of this one thought... "Uncle Bud made the BEST hamburgers in the WHOLE world!" Love you all and send my deepest sympathy...wish I could be there with you.
Cheryl DiSabatino Moore and family
January 12, 2014
In 1964 Arthur Andersen transferred me from London to Boston where I met and worked for John. He taught me, mentored me, found me my career in banking and became my lifelong friend. Every Christmas we had lunch, generally with Paul Miller, and reminisced.
I will always miss him.
John Ross
January 12, 2014
TO THE ENTIRE COLEMAN FAMILY, WE WISH TO EXTEND OUR SYMPATHY. JOHN WAS A GRACIOUS AND VERY ACCOMPLISHED MAN. HE WILL BE MISSED. RAINEY & CHARLIE
January 11, 2014
I remember the twinkle in Uncle Bud's eye, his laugh and his sense of humor, and his obvious enjoyment of life. We always had fun when we went to Duxbury Beach with the Coleman family! I'm very saddened to hear of his passing, and my thoughts and prayers are with Aunt Ruthie, Janice, Gregory, and their families.
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