John William Smith, Jr.

1946 ∼ 2020

Joyce Haskell of Wareham wrote:

John I am going to miss your smiling face Pam I am so so sorry and also to the family You are in my thoughts and prayer

Paul Gould jr of Grand forks ND wrote:

My deepest condolences from the Gould family. John was such a nice person and it filtered thru to his children. Peace with you all

Susan Nobrega of Rochester, MA wrote:

My deepest sympathy to everyone in the Smith Family. I know he must of been a great mad because his family is great. My thoughts will always be with you at this time. Love to all of you

Shawn petitti of Rockland ma wrote:

May u rest in peace john my condolences to Pam lisa tiff chris and all the children Godbless.

caitlin of wareham wrote:

prayers and throght you with and your family the hunt famlty

Jacqueline Arsenault of Plymouth wrote:

Pam and family, I am so saddened and sorry to learn of John's illness and passing. He was a wonderful presence at the pantry and I always enjoyed when he came in. He would tell me really interesting stories of his travels or how he got a recipe or of someone he knew in that beautiful southern accent of his!! He was always so friendly and cheerful with our clients and I can't tell you how much he will be missed! Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers and I will always remember John with much fondness. Jackie from Damien's Pantry

Lucy MacDonald of Rochester Ma wrote:

Dear Pam, My heart is aching for you. John was always one of my favorite people. I always thought how lucky you are and I know how much you will miss him hope to see you soon to give you a big hug love always Lucy

Rick Gallego/Tammy Mendes of Taunton, MA wrote:

So sorry to hear of your loss.

Lisa Decas Jacques of Middleboro, Ma wrote:

Our deepest sympathy to the Smith family. Tiffany so very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers to you and your family. xoxo Lisa and Wayne Jacques Kiki Decas

Olga carr of New York, ny wrote:

I am terribly sorry for your loss. I have the house at 5 fathom lane. My late mother-in-law, Adell Carr, lived there until her death in 2001. I was married to her son Barry until his death in 2018. Again. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Sincerely, olga carr

Roseann DeGrenier of Wareham wrote:

I am so sorry to know about John. I cannot remember how many years I have know John. Long before Little Harbor Estates. My memory goes back to John and Cliff Wade visiting with my brother, John. He was always a gentlemen and so honest with his insurance practice. He will surely be missed by all. I always looked forward to seeing the two of you and the dogs walking down Maritime Drive. My heart goes out to the entire family. Please let me know if there is anything that I can do for you. Roseann

Karin and Gary Osmond of Wareham, MA wrote:

We are sad to hear of John's passing. We enjoyed interactions with John from across the street, especially those regarding that old sailboat. We know you will keep him close in your hearts and cherish special memories. We only wish we could have known him longer. Take good care.

Susan Dorry-Nyman, Robert M. Nyman of Wareham, MA wrote:

Our sincere condolences to the Smith family. We remember John as a very kind and friendly gentleman.

Jay & Susan Maloney of Wareham MA wrote:

We were very sorry to hear about John's passing. We enjoyed brief talks with him during our walks down Maritime Drive. He will be missed. Our condolences to the family.

B Maddigan of Middleboro wrote:

Very sorry for Your loss, Lisa, Tom & family The LORD Jesus blanket & comfort you All with His abiding Peace... Isaiah 25:8a HE (Christ Jesus) WILL Swallow Up death FOREVER,