John F. Maher

Quincy, Massachusetts

Apr 11, 1943 – Jun 2, 2019 (Age 76)


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John F. Maher, 76, lifelong Quincy resident, passed away on June 2, 2019. He was the husband of Rose (Masucci) Maher; devoted father of Mark Maher of Pawtucket, R.I.; loving brother of Ralph J. Maher and his wife Evelyn of Quincy, Mary Dowling of Quincy and the late Arthur and Michael Maher. Also...

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So sorry for your loss. John was a humble,kind passinate man. Belmont Street will never be the same. I'll miss our chats, buying you goodies and Dunkin Donuts Coffee. Learning about antiques, buying a few items from the garage, which I will treasure. Rest In Peace John. You will be missed.

So sorry to hear of Johns passing, He was always a great neighbor to my parents and I : My condolences to Rose and Mark, He was always kind friendly to the whole neighborhood and to everyone that passed by his house: He will be missed: I am sure he is in a great place above: With sympathy the Maushart Family: Lori;Todd and Justin

So sorry for your loss Belmont st will never be the same without John looked forward to seeing him every day. Bill United States postal service

John, Rosie and Mark have been a part of my Childhood Memories growing up and second family when I was a little girl. I will forever miss him and his wonderful personality!

My condolences to John's family. I will miss seeing him outside his house chatting with people who passed by. He would always wave when I drove by or shat for a while when I walked by the house.
He was a nice, gentle man.
He will be missed.

I was sorry to learn of John's passing. My condolences to his family and friends, Rose and Mark. I knew John many years and he was a unique man in many respects. He was foremost one of the most kind and generous men I have ever known. Despite being a man of humble earthly possessions he was wealthy in character and virtue. A man that would give you his last dime, when he sensed there was a need. He was very skilled in many areas one being antiques, and their origins. He had a keen eye for...

Have wondered where you were the past few weeks........Miss driving by and waving to you and chatting to you when we were walking....Rest in peace John.. from your Wilson Avenue neighbors.