John-Mello-Obituary

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John C Mello

Fall River, Massachusetts

Nov 9, 1930 – Aug 26, 2018 (Age 87)

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Pocasset Memorial Funeral Home Obituary

John C. Mello 87 of Tiverton, RI passed away on Sunday.  He was the husband of Rosemarie Ann (Rodrigues) Mello.  Born in Middletown, RI, he was the son of the late Maria C. (Medeiros) and Manuel C. Mello.  Mr. Mello was the Chief of Police for the Town of Tiverton for 3 and 1/2 years, retiring in...

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Dear Cousins Rose Marie, Lynn, John and Families,
It broke my heart hearing of John's passing. He was a wonderful many with many interesting stories to share. I will miss seeing him and his smile and his soft spoken voice. I will miss seeing him play his guitar, hang his Flag out daily and feeding the Birds. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Love and God Bless, Cousin Sandy

I have wonderful memories of the Melody Rangers playing for dances at St. Madeline's many years ago. John's signature song was I overlooked an orchid while searching for a rose. RIP Johnny Mello, and thanks for the memories.

To John's family,
I remember John and his family growing up in North Tiverton he was always
a fine gentle man who possessed a great smile and singing talent. He had always time for the young children in the neighborhood. He married a fine and loving
woman, Rosemarie, and had a wonderful family. May God grant him eternal peace and rest and to his family you are all in my special thoughts and prayers.
With my deepest sympathy,
Dee Medeiros Holliday

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Dear Lynn and family. I am so sorry for the loss of your father and your children's' Poppy. He was a great man, who with his wife Rosemarie raised three wonderful children. The love that was and is still shared between all will never die. Prayers and love to the entire family.

With fond memories, please accept my condolences.
With the greatest respect,
may he Rest In Peace.

Good Man. Had the utmost respect for him when I was growing up.

May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.