Guest Book for John J. Ward

Provided by Jackman Funeral Home

Posted by: Katie Thorsen
Sat February 29, 2020
So sorry for your loss
 

 
Posted by: Robert Terrasi
Sat February 29, 2020

A GARDEN PATH was sent by Team Warrior.

To Jack and the entire Ward Family, We are deeply sorry for your loss. Please accept our sincere condolences. Love and prayers, your friends and extended family of Team Warrior.

 

 
Posted by: Michael Walsh & Family
Sat February 29, 2020
To the entire Ward Family,May you  all find  comfort during this time and reflect on the good times. Thinking of you all. The Walsh Family
 

 
Posted by: Wayne Bresnahan
Sun March 01, 2020
Jack, Doreen and family-very sorry for your loss. -Wayne Bresnahan
 

 
Posted by: Vanessa Gavin
Sun March 01, 2020

SENTIMENTAL THOUGHTS was sent by Curious Kids Childcare.

Love your Curious Kids Family

 

 
Posted by: Peggie Thorsen
Sun March 01, 2020
When we moved to Marlborough, John and Jean were the most helpful and hospitable next-door neighbors we could wish for. That was 47 years ago. Although John will be greatly missed by all who knew him, it is a blessing that he is reunited with the love of his life.
 

 
Posted by: Gail Boutiette
Mon March 02, 2020
So sorry for your family's loss of John. He was such a sweet person and will be missed by many. He was loved by so many people and all of us at the Uxbridge Senior Center.  

RIP John, keep smiling
 

 
Posted by: Paul L. Philben
Tue March 03, 2020
John Ward was a fabulous uncle to me, especially when I was a little kid, sailing with him on his sunfish in Nantucket Sound.  I owe a life long love of boating and the beach to those memorable early days on the water.  He was loved and respected by my wife Dorine,  and our children Lily and PT.  We'll certainly miss him, but I was very happy to see him live a vigorous life into his nineties.  Paul Philben and Family, Milford, CT
 

 
Posted by: Bob Haigis
Tue March 03, 2020
Just to make John's family aware, he and I became good friends for the last year or so of his life.  You can certainly be proud of him.  he was a great man.  He love the Saturday or Sunday meals I prepared for us, along with a slug of good red wine.  He was probably one of the most open and friendly men I have met in a long, long time.  It didn't take long in sharing our lives before we discovered we had a lot in common.  We both had experiences with "his" and his wife's island in Maine.
     yes, I will miss him, but am SO glad I got to know him.     Bob Haigis
 

 
Posted by: michael Drummey
Wed March 04, 2020
My sincere sympathy to the entire Ward family, many fond memories over the years.

Michael Drummey
 

 
Posted by: Lynn O'Connor Phelan
Sat March 07, 2020
I'm so sorry for your loss.  Your father was such a good guy and a great neighbor and friend to my parents for years.  Wishing you peace and wonderful memories.  Lynn O'Connor