John A. McNulty

1991 ∼ 2020

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John A. McNulty, of East Bridgewater, age 28, died peacefully on March 28 after a lengthy struggle with addiction.

John was the loving son of  Joseph and Theresa (LeGros) McNulty and grew up in East Bridgewater. He was a graduate of East Bridgewater High School, Class of 2009 where he played basketball and baseball. He later attended Massasoit and worked for many years for Staples and CVS. His life long passion was music, he loved all types of heavy metal and hard rock. He loved to play guitar. He and his friends often jammed together over the years.

John loved attending concerts, shows, and supporting his musician friends. John loved to play basketball, hackey sack, and baseball.  He loved skateboarding, roller blading and video games of all kinds.   He spent many happy summers camping at Ellis Haven with his family.  John was loving father of Aidyn J. Sullivan and Daizy Mae Sullivan, both of Brockton. Caring brother of Irene L. McNulty of Stoughton, Trista L. Conroy of North Attleboro, Jordan J. McNulty of Plymouth, Rhiana E. McNulty, Joshua McNulty, and Zarghona McNulty all of East Bridgewater. 

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John A. McNulty

1991 ∼ 2020

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