ForeverMissed
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Posted by James Mcginnisusaf on May 11, 2020
John and I met in the Air Force while stationed in Vermont. We spent 3 years together, which created many memories. We just became great friends and had many great times together. I was fortunate John and his family in the 70,s and again about 5 years ago. My family was on vacation in Maine and I gave John a call and John and his family happened to be in Maine also. John and Betty came over and we had lunch together and talked about the good old days. The next day John and I spent the day together. He showed me his boat and showed me all around the area. What a great day. John will be missed by all.
Posted by Lynne Melanson on May 3, 2019
Betty and children, we were saddened to read of John’s passing last month. I have often thought of you people through the years and wondering how you and your family were doing. We are sending love and prayers to you and your family.
John, I’m sure you are soaring with the angels❤️
Love, Lenny & Lynne Melanson
Posted by Don Winn on May 2, 2019
I first met John in 1979 when we both worked in the same business center at M/A-Com in Burlington, Ma. We got to know each other and became great friends. Maureen and I often got together with John and Bette and had many fun times and created lots of fond memories.
John loved life and he lived it to the fullest. He loved his family and spending time with them. He loved sailing which was one of his great passions.It was a blessing he got to enjoy his sail boat in his retirement years.
John was the best of friends, lots of fun to be with, great sense of humor, very intelligent , compassionate, great listener, and an overall great human being.
He will be dearly missed by everyone who knew and loved him. He will always be remembered and never forgotten.  With lots of love, Don, Maureen and family
Posted by Margaret Miller on May 2, 2019
We, Joe and I, met John and Betty when we were young married couples along with Bob and Mary Cutler, and Peter and Shirley Grigas. We had a lot of fun together sharing dinners, lots of laughs, and lots of wine. Time passes and we lose touch with those who meant so much to us, but I still think of those memories with much fondness today. sail on, John. Love, Margaret

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