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John Armand Lopes

30, Howell, New Jersey

Age 30

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John Armand LopesHowell - John Armand Lopes, 30, of Howell passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, May 12, 2018 at home after a long battle with addiction. John was born in Long Branch and was a lifelong resident of Howell. He was working for Home Depot, Howell for the past several months. John...

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To Armand, and the entire Lopes Family, We are so sorry for your loss.
Our hearts go out to each of you.

Armand and Laura, Im so very sorry for the loss of your beloved son. May God bless your entire family and heal the pain in your hearts. What a beautiful picture of a beautiful soul.

I'm so sorry for your loss. My prayers and condolences to Laura, Kara, Danny and all family and friends. John you are gone way too soon. RIP

John, I can't believe that I am writing this. It doesn't seem real. You are very special and will always have a special place in our family...you were the first grandson and the first nephew, the older cousin. I was fortunate to see you a couple of months ago and saw how handsome you were and how happy you were. But my fondest memories are going to be all of the times we went to Great Adventure, fireworks at Colts Neck Park, the pool parties are Nana's and Poppop's house and the countless...

Laura and family-
I'm so very sorry for your loss. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you. Rest In Peace, John.

I Love You, Brother

John, I know you are at peace now. Isee you talking and laughing with your GrandParents and with Aunt RoseMarie in Heaven. You are our first GrandSon, and it is so painful to let you go. We will always love you, and will always remember you. All we have now are memories, but so many to look back on. Rest in peace John. Love NaNa and PopPop

John,
I know that right now you are in the loving arms
of God and with our Lord Jesus Christs' peaceful grace.
I will miss your kind, loving nature. Your laugh and love of life, family and friends. You were my first nephew and will always hold a special place in my heart. Thank for all of the wonderful memories. The good ole days playing at Nana and Pop Pops house and the long-fun drive with your Dad from New Jersey to Ohio in my small car.
And especially the time you...

When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure. May the wonderful treasures fill your hearts with love and bring you peace. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Hosea 13:14 *