JOHN-COULTER-Obituary

JOHN SCOTT COULTER

Lakeville, Massachusetts

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COULTER, John Scott Age 24, of Somerville, MA, devoted son of Diane A. and the late Scott A. Coulter, loving brother and best friend to Paul H. Coulter of London, passed away Tuesday, January 1, 2019 in London, England after an amazing vacation with his mother and brother. John graduated from...

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Diane and Paul,
There is nothing we can say to make your grief less, but know our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We are so sorry for the sudden loss of John. We didn't know him but would see him now and then in the neighborhood and he always had a smile and wave. May God hold you and ease your grief.

We are so deeply saddened to hear of John's passing. He was a wonderful young person with such a fantastic charisma. He was, from a young age, adventurous, spirited and funny. Anyone who was fortunate to spend time with him was the better for it. Whenever we remember him, Diane and Paul, we will always smile. Love, Alison, Evan and Melanie

Our hearts are broken with the news of John's passing.. He spent many a weekend in high school at our home with our son Kevin along with Lucas and Zach. The boys had such a wonderful friendship, John was always so polite and kind. We will keep you all in our prayers at such a tragic time.

We are so sorry for the loss of someone so young as John.
We pray your heartbreak will be mended and the wonderful memories and times spent together will sustain you through this terrible time and beyond.
-Ed and Cindy Doherty

As a Somerville resident & as a first responder I saw the obituary and was saddened by the loss of someone who was so young. My prayers and thoughts are with all family and friends. I am not sure if there is anything (moving stuff etc) myself and friends could do to help but if any help is needed please reach out to me at the Somerville Fire Department to contact me.

Extending sincere condolences for the loss of one so dearly loved. May your hearts find peace in the loving words of Isaiah 40:29, 31...in the near future "he will run and not grow weary... walk and not tire out". RIP.