John P. Grenier

Born: Mon., Mar. 22, 1976
Died: Thu., Mar. 19, 2020

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John P. “JP” Grenier, 43, of Heritage Park, died on Thursday, March 19th. He is survived by his longtime love, Joanna Ouillette; his favorite little girl and loving Yorkie, Arya; his “Ma!” Gloria (Manyak) Grenier, his brother Jason Grenier & his wife Kylie and niece Eva; his sister Ashley Grenier & her fiancé Billy Lee and nieces Layana and Aubrie who adored their uncle “P”. He was predeceased by his father, John P. “Big Moe” Grenier in 2004. Born in Worcester on March 22, 1976, he lived his whole life in Northbridge. He is survived by many friends, uncles, aunts and cousins.
   JP started out roofing like his father for many years. He was recently working for Driscoll Landscaping of Whitinsville. His true passion was farming and cultivating, long before it became popular. He was always proud of the plants he could grow. He would get very excited if one of them beat his expectations. He was a Central Mass stand out athlete back in his day, playing football and baseball for Northbridge High School. He could not play basketball—it was comical when he tried. He was a thrill rider from day one: dirt bikes, motorcycles, wheelies, fires, heights, fights, anything that wasn’t ordinary, JP loved. When you hung out with JP, you felt invincible and didn't have much of a worry. He loved his family and will forever be loved. We hope that your Rottweiler/Boxer buddy, Buster goes running into your arms.
Jackman Funeral Home is assisting with services. A celebration of his life will take place once the Coronavirus runs it’s course.
Donations in his memory can be made to Northbridge High School Athletic Booster Club, 427 Linwood Ave, Whitinsville, MA 01588

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Allyson McNeil Boisseau
   Posted Sun March 22, 2020
My deepest condolences to the Grenier Family. I have many fond memories of going to school and being friends with JP. He was one of a kind and one in a million. May you all find peace and comfort in your memories of him. I’m glad I was lucky enough to know him. May he rest peacefully 💙

Julie Sims Pelletier
   Posted Mon March 23, 2020
May you Rest in the sweetest Peace. Jp you were the greatest guy anyone could ever meet you always had a smile on your face that lit up a room every time fly high with those angels!!

   Posted Mon March 23, 2020
I am very sorry for your families loss. I remember JP was a good guy and a phenomenal athlete! He was always a leader in phys. ed. & in school, and a hard-worker outside of school. May you find peace in this difficult time and God Bless you.

Skip and Jayne Blood
   Posted Mon March 23, 2020
Love ya, Gloria..sorry for 💔, you are not alone, we are here for you and your family, those guys will be tossing shoes, laughing with joy as we know they would..deepest condolences from our family.

Michelle Girard
   Posted Mon March 23, 2020
Gloria and Family so very sorry to hear of JP’s passing our thoughts and condolences are with you. ♥️ The Girards😪

Cindy Bokoski
   Posted Tue March 24, 2020
Dear Gloria, family & friends: I am so sorry for your loss. At times like these it is only God who calm the sea, still the wind and ease the pain. So lean on Him and those who care & love you. You will be in my prayers. My sincere condolences.

Dorothy Pedroli
   Posted Tue March 24, 2020
Gloria and family, I am so sorry to hear about JP. Know that he is in the arms of our beloved Savior Jesus and he is at peace. Love you Gloria

Ed and Lin Courtemanche
   Posted Sat March 28, 2020
Gloria, Jason and family - So very sorry to hear about "JP's" passing. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers at this sad time. Ed & Lin

Angela Crews
   Posted Tue April 07, 2020
He was definitely one of a kind, and will be missed

Amie Shapleigh Ochoa
   Posted Sat April 11, 2020
I'm so sorry to hear about this. JP was a legend Jason I am especially sorry for your loss please know i will be praying for yall. He may be gone but he will always be a legend in Northbridge

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