May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
May you find comfort from the God of all comfort who help us cope with our grief. 2 Corintians 1:3&4.
We've enjoyed reading the beautiful tributes to John. He raised two very fine sons. We are thinking of you all.
Love, Bailey and Mitchell
John Breen, along his colleagues Evan Hill and Hank Pierson, transformed me in the early 1970s from meandering English major into a larval journalist. With his guidance, I acquired a career path. Thirty five years later, whatever good I've achieved in this profession is due to the lessons remembered from classes with him and his colleagues. Whatever errors I've made are my fault because I strayed from their advice and standards.
Thank you Prof. Breen.
I'm sure I am just one of hundreds you taught who have similar views of your positive impact on their lives.
To the family: I remember Mr. Breen from when I was a student at UConn in the 1970's. I took a journalism course which he taught. He was a good professor and a good man. May God bless you all and may he rest in peace.
John was probably the best and most influential teacher I had, and he remained a friend for life. I am deeply saddened. Larry Rifkin, Jerusalem
With deepest sympathy during this time of difficulty.
I am so sorry for your loss. God loves you and will satisfy the desire of every living thing. Draw close to God and He will draw close to you. James 4:8
Will miss him, we were old car pals. Phil Gansz, Park Ridge, Il. email@example.com
To the Family of Mr.Breen,it can be so hard to face another day without your love one. May the love of family, friends, and the Creator carry you through. James 1:1-3.