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John R. Simpson

Chestertown, Maryland

Feb 13, 1932 – Feb 10, 2017 (Age 84)


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Lakemont Memorial Gardens Obituary

John R. Simpson, 16th Director United States Secret Service; First U.S. President of INTERPOLJohn R. Simpson died peacefully at home on Maryland's Eastern Shore of Pulmonary Fibrosis on February 10, 2017, with his family at his side. Mr. Simpson was a longtime resident of Bowie and Chestertown,...

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Jack Simpson, a rare human being who leaves this world to be with God, family and friends. An unselfish, humble, and kind man (considering who he was) inspiring anyone lucky enough to have known or even met him. His light and love will always shine on through his Son Jack, Daughter Jane, his Grandchildren, and extended family. Godspeed to all of his grieving family, hoping grief will be replaced with warm memories. Prayers also for a happy reunion in Heaven with loved ones and many friends....

May God Bless all of the Simpson family. Director Simpson was simply the best.

Mr Simpson was one of the best people to work for at the Secret Service .. great sense of humor. It didn't matter what position he was in he was always one to stop and talk to you .. Heaven has gained another angel

Director Simpson was a remarkable, knowledgeable and kind man. He was very influential in my career with the USSS Uniformed Division. He will be sorely missed by one and all. Our deepest sympathies to Director Simpson's family. Richard (Retired Chief USSSUD) and Linda Friedman.

Deepest condolences from the Laberge family. My Dad always spoke so highly of John and had many fond memories of the times they shared.

Warmest regards,
Paula Laberge and family

Tremendous leader & a wonderful human being who will be sorely missed. My sincerest condolences to his family. With fond memory, Gary DeYulia San Francisco USSS 1968-1988

May God's loving kindness and comfort help you and your family through this very sad time Psalms 29:11