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July 21, 2018

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April 24, 2016
Hey Uncle John, your brother is on his way. Hope you brought your glove to play catch. It's the end of a great era of great men. Will missj you all. Have fun up there.
August 7, 2015
To Joan and family. My sincere sympathy for the loss of your Father. The Love you have for him will never go away, even thoughts of him over the coming years will bring you comfort and will make you smile.
August 5, 2015
I was really shocked to hear of Uncle Johnny's sudden death. I really took it very hard. I remember when I was just a young boy when John got out of the service and he gave me hundreds of glossy baseball pictures. (Mostly Yankees). I'll always love him and keep all the wonderful memories of him in my heart. Rest in peace, uncle Johnny.
August 5, 2015
To Aunt Martha, Jean, Joan, Bob, John and Cindy, I was shocked and saddened to hear of Uncle John's passing. i have great memories of visiting Pleasant St in Holbrook. To a Dorchester boy, it was like a trip to the country. I loved talking baseball with your Dad, but could never understand his LOVE of those darn Yankees. He was my favorite Uncle and I will keep his memory in my heart forever. RIP Uncle John.