Francis B. McGough

1927 ∼ 2019

Tammy martello of Wareham ma wrote:

I will miss our laughs and all our special moment that shit eating grin is carved in my memories you are an will always be my number 1 and hero dad you made a huge impact on my life an made me who I am you are now with mom since she dies a peice of you went with her wrap your arms around her an never let go i will always love you

Lindsey Chase of Palm Bay wrote:

You took me in and called me one of your own. Its thanks to you and mom I graduated high school and I am who I am today. Your kind, caring, and loving heart helped me and many others over the years. I am forever grateful for everything you did for me and will always be proud to call you my dad. I love you

Tonia DiNicola of Hanson Ma 02341 wrote:

Dad I love you with my heart You will be missed by everyone

Crystal O’Connell of Clearlake, California wrote:

I have many fond memories of uncle Frank. Enjoying Thanksgiving, pool parties and his Fourth of July parties at the VFW club were my favorite. We loved running around and dancing and eating so much food! You could always catch me at the chips and onion dip table in his kitchen. He was always so nice to me and so funny. He is resting in sleep now and I look forward to see him again one day.

Andy Ward of Lake Havasu City wrote:

To my former father-in-law and bowling partner, Thank You for your wisdom you shared with me and your 4 decades of service to our Nation. I'm a better person for having knowing you. RIP

Tina Rollins of Worcester MA wrote:


Tins Rollins of Worcester MA wrote:

Papa was strong and proud. He loved his country and family.

Lori Oliver of Worcester, ma wrote:

I will miss you and love you always. I was lucky to have you in my life.

Kelly O'Connell of North Brookfield wrote:

They don't make them like you anymore! We will see you on the other side.

Lindsey of Norwood Ma wrote:

We love and miss you papa! I know nana was there to meet you at the gates with a great big smile. I know you guys are now at peace back together. ❤️❤️

Karissa McGough of Wareham Ma wrote:

You were truly a great man served for over 30 years in the navy, Took in over 3000 foster children and you still managed to be a great family man. I will forever miss your jokes and wise comments and our camping memory’s. We were all blessed to have a grandfather, dad like you in our life’s as long as we did. I love you more than you ever know give nana a kiss and hug for me and keep watching over our family, till we meet again .

Alisha McGough of Wareham, MA wrote:

Thank you for being the best papa as well as great papa to us and our children! I couldn’t have asked for a better father figure in my life than you papa. I’m saddened by your loss but at ease knowing you are reunited with nana again. Watch down on us, we love you endlessly❤️

Kalya McGough of Wareham Ma wrote:

I cry because I miss you but I'm happy you're at peace and with nana again. You truly were a hero to all of us. I love and will miss you until I see you again.