John J. Fitzgerald
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John J. Fitzgerald of Tamarac, FL passed away 3/27/2021. He was 86 years young. Forever loved husband of Barbra (Bobbie) Fitzgerald. Loving dad to Diana, Randy, Johnny, Jim, and Lucky too. Special grandpa to Faith, Shane, Crystal, and Heather and a great-grandpa to many. Brother and uncle. John was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force (SAC). Our hearts are empty, but he's finally resting. To be interred at South Florida VA National Cemetery. Private ceremony at a later date. Cremations services were by Atlantis Cremations. No services, no flowers, only prayers.

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Published in Sun-Sentinel from Apr. 3 to Apr. 4, 2021.
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April 5, 2021
Life is a collection of beautiful memories and happy moments. I’m grateful for the ones I was able to share with you. May you rest in eternal peace. Love Maria ❤
Maria
April 3, 2021
Some of my fondest memories growing up were when we got to visit with Uncle John & Aunt Bobbie - may perpetual light shine upon you.
Richard “Rick” Shoaf
Family
April 3, 2021
My heart aches for him. I miss him so much.
He was my friend,mentor and teacher.
He loved his family and always tried to protect them.
Always looking ahead. Now it's time to rest.
I luv ya Mr.Fitz. Nite Fred..
Barbara Fitzgerald
Spouse
April 3, 2021
He was a very caring dad and grandfather for me (Annie) and my son (Ollie). He will be missed. After my husband death John had always there for my son and me. We love him very much. May he rest in peace.
Anne Edouard
Friend
April 3, 2021
JOHN was my hero and brother ❤
Always taking care of me when I was younger. A good brother and friend. He will be missed. Love him. May he Rest in Peace.
Your sister Madaleen and brother-in-law Rich, Nefphew Rick and Niece Debbie
Madaleen Shoaf
Sister
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