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John Peter DUPLICA

Seattle, Washington

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John Peter DUPLICA July 26, 1930 in Seattle; died unexpectedly, February 21, 2011 also in Seattle. Attended St. Margaret's Elementary School and graduated from Seattle Preparatory High School and the University of Notre Dame.He was comptroller of Horton Dennis and Associates Consulting Engineers...

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Dear Cousin Moya: My prayers and sympathy are with you on the great loss of your husband, John. May perpetual light shine upon him and may he rest in peace. God be with you. Love, Moira

Chuck and I were just talking about you and John, Moya. I just can't believe the e-mail we received. Chuck will be VERY upset hearing this news. His short term memory is NOT good but he remembers EVERY details about Notre Dame life and his very close friend, John from Seattle. We will miss him and remember him in our prayers. With much love to you, Chuck and Mary Ann Falkenberg

Moya, Condolences on your loss from the Notre Dame Class of 1952. We shall remember John in our prayers.

George Heidkamp, President, ND '52

Moya, We send you our sympathies for your loss of John. We will always remember him and hope you will let us know if there is anything we can do for you. Old friends never forget. Love and Peace to you, Moya, from Cameron, Carol & Chris Covington.

Dear Moya,
It's been so long since I've seen you, and never remember
meeting John, but know he was the treasure in your life.
Our hearts are heavy for you, and our prayers are there with you, too. Thanks for being a great friend and roommate back when we were single. Much love, Shirley and Jim Collins

Dear Moya,
Shannon and I will always treasure the memory of you and John attending our wedding at the Cugini Cafe in Ballard. You both will be remembered warmly by us both. Please accept our sympathies for you for your loss. Shannon Buckner and Jon King

Dear Moya:
I am holding you in my heart during this time of profound loss. "Mr. Moya" was lucky to have you as his wife for 52 years. May all your fondest memories of your time together and your many friends sustain you now.

Dear Moya,

We treasure many happy memories of gatherings including John both in and away from the School of Social Work over the four decades of our friendship. We were indeed a merry band. Our warmest thoughts are with you at this time of loss.

Dear Moya, You are in my heart and prayers at this sad time. John no doubt knew just what a lucky man he was to have you as his wife for 52 years. I know how much you loved him. You have been sorely missed at the UW School of Social Work and we hope you will be back to see us soon. With love and sympathy to you Moya. Always, J'May Rivara