John-McLaughlin-Obituary

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John Joseph McLaughlin

Mar 29, 1927 – Aug 16, 2016 (Age 89)

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Joseph Gawler's Sons, LLC Obituary

Dr. John J. McLaughlin died of cancer on August 16 at his home in Washington, D.C. He was born on March 29, 1927, in Providence, Rhode Island. He was the beloved son of the late Augustus (Gus) McLaughlin and Eva (Turcotte) McLaughlin. He was the brother of the late Robert A. (Bob) McLaughlin and...

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The ultimate honor for John is the continuation of the show. Saw the first episode today. In todays environment the McLaughlin group is sorely needed and back, hopefully for a long time to come.

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I truly miss John and the McLaughlin Group. Honest great discussions. Both sides of current events. I loved and miss John's honest view points. Speaking Truth To Power.

I enjoyed your program for many years. Thank you for asking tough questions of the panel. Deepest sympathies to your family. God will comfort them in their time of need. Bye! Bye!

My deepest sympathy to all who knew and loved John. I looked forward each week after attending Sunday Mass to watching the lively discussions on channel 2. May he rest in peace. I will miss the show.

I thought I would add a comment now that the election is over. Wow, how interesting it would have been to see John and the gang debate the the weekend before/after this election. I really miss hearing Pat, Eleanor and company.

The world was graced by John and what he stood for. He was a champion for telling the truth wihout insulting or sugar coating. I miss him and his inspiring talk show. God Bless him.
Falah Alugaily

The void you have left will linger on. You were and will continue to be an amazing soul. Thank you for sharing yourself with all of us.
Yvonne Tavares (Scottsdale, Arizona)

A beautiful service, befitting a great man, Thanks for your show and all the great questions and answers, you will be truly missed in our home every Sunday. On to Oliver!