John J. McDonald, Jr.

1939 ∼ 2020

Brian and Linda Davis of Nantucket, Massachusetts wrote:

They don't come any nicer than John. He always made you feel special and would do anything for you. He will be missed by so many. Our love to Roberta and family.

Irene Medeiros of Nantucket, Ma wrote:

John always greeted everyone with a big smile, he was such a nice man. Rest In Peace.

D-J Thurston-Dubois of Sandwich, MA 02563 wrote:

My deepest sympathies and condolences are sent to all John’s families, relatives and friends. I am sure his passing will be a great loss to all. God now has another island angel. Donna-Jean

Lisa Oakley and Family. of Mashpee MA wrote:

John was a wonderful person whom we had the pleasure to know over the past several years. Always a smile always a hug loved all children but his grand children were the light in his eyes. So grateful to call him a friend. Our thoughts are with your family as you grieve your loved one.

Joanne Holdgate Harris of 241 Maple Street, West Barnstable MA wrote:

I am so sorry to hear about John. The world will miss his kind soul. My thoughts and prayers are with you Roberta and the rest of the extended family. Love to all, Joanne Harris

Christine Davis of Flagler Beach , Florida. wrote:

My sincere condolences to Roberta and John III... As well as the entire McDonald family. It was always a pleasure being in Johns company , I loved his smile and his happiness and love toward everyone. You will be missed John, Rest In Peace.

john davis of whittier, NC. wrote:

very sad about John’s passing. i’ve been to Mashpee many times visiting and John would always have a smile on his face. very polite person. He was great with john 3d. boys. he will certainly be missed , RIP. John

Larson Coffin of Cataumet, MA wrote:

John was a wonderful, caring man and it was my honor to call him a fellow brother of the Knights of Columbus. His generosity and dedication will not be forgotten. My deepest sympathy to the entire family. Larry Coffin

Richard a wilkey of Cape Coral Florida wrote:

Rest in peace big Mac.

henry mcdonald and betty wrote:

our sincere condolences to roberta,john111and family and all his siblings and their families.we always remember john's kindness and sense of humor. a true gentleman. rip

jamie cabral of nantucket wrote:

To the McDonald family , a finer man will never be found So sorry Roberta all Diane and my prayers are with you . So glad John got to spend time time with the grand kids not a finer time ,they are such a blessing . Jamie and Diane

James &Elaine; of Mashpee, Ma wrote:

John was a compassionate,giving,loving&,warm ,man.We became family and good friends with John & Roberta thru the marriage of our children John & Terri. We shared family gatherings, Holidays, Births of two beautiful Grandsons Dillon & Jack. The boys told us it is a tradition to celebrate their Birthdays.The sun rose and set in his love for his family. John would always say how handsome his Grandsons were and then to proceed to smile and reply They were handsome because they looked like their grandfather but would say ‘I am not saying which one?” We will truly miss John!

Kevin and Susan Sullivan of East Sandwich, MA wrote:

Your dad/ grandfather was a wonderful man who will be missed by all!

Patrick Flynn of MASHPEE wrote:

I am truly sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed talking to John and felt an immediate friendship when I first met him. He was always happy to tell us about his family. He will be sorely missed around CTK and the KOC.

Steven Lamarche of Pomfret Center wrote:

John was a true gentleman who was gracious with his kindness and a keeper of a pronounced spirit not owned by many amongst us. His presence will be missed and we express our deepest condolences to his wife Roberta, son John, daughter-in-law Terri and grandsons Dillon and Jack. Your fellow Riptide family members.

Chris & Lisa Connor and family of Port Charlotte, Fl. wrote:

Roberta, we're so sorry to hear of John's passing. John was always a kind and generous man and a friend to all. He will most certainly be missed by all.