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JOHN F. DRYDEN

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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JOHN F. "JACK", suddenly on August 22, 2015, at the age of 73. Beloved husband of Lorraine T. (nee Perry); loving father of Edward (Margaret); also survived by his brother, George. Jack proudly served his country in the U.S. Air Force. He was active for many years as a...

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Aunt Lorraine and cousin Eddy. So sorry to hear about Uncle Jack, you are both in our thoughts and prayers. Mark and Linda Dryden

knew Jack from our years at Sears--one of the good guys!

I often think of Jack, even though our paths rarely crossed. We, worked at Sears and knew each other casually. I operated the Surplus Stores. The lines that Jack bought did not generate a large quantity of goods for my stores. Why do I think of Jack? There is a Chamber Music group that preforms regularly at the Trinity Church in Solebury, Pa Its called The Dryden Chamber Players. They use 18th century style string instruments. Every time I read about that group, I think about Jack. ...

I am so sorry for you and Eddie at this time , If there is anything I can do I am here for you .

My condolences to the family.may the words at 1peter5:7 comfort you in knowing that God really does care about you in this time of grief

I am so sorry for the loss of your dear husband and father. May our loving God be with your family. May you find comfort in His Word and draw close to him in your time of sorrow because he cares for you. 1 Peter 5:6,7

Aunt Lorraine - We send our deepest sympathy to you and Eddie. We were so saddened and surprised to hear that Uncle Jack passed. He was such a kind, funny and caring man. My mother said he was the first one of the brothers she met on her first trip to America. Uncle Jack was still in high school at that time. I remember eating breakfast with him in the kitchen at grandmom's house everyday when we were living there. He will be dearly missed and remembered with love.
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So sorry for you loss. I work at S. Walter Packaging and remember Jack as a terrific guy, always pleasant and always a gentleman. Maureen Moule

Dear Lorraine and Eddie we are so sorry for your loss. Jack was a very nice man,