John Paul Bourgeois
1935 ∼ 2020
Cecelia McManus of Framingham, MA wrote:
We will all miss Jack’s smile and gracious presence at Mary, Jay and Maribeth’s side. Jack took us under his wing at Ft. Bragg in 1962 and you all have brought much fun into our lives ever since. With sadness and much love, Cecelia McManus And Family
Sharon Dawson of HOLLY SPRINGS wrote:
Dear Mary and family, I'm so sorry for your loss but know he is in heaven and at peace. Love to all, Sharon Dawson (Gorman)
Jaynemarie of Auburndale, Massachusetts wrote:
Uncle Jackie. We all will miss you more than we could ever say or imagine! The memories we have are all because we were with you & Auntie Mary creating them! You were so much fun! The Koolest Uncle Ever! I could mention many many memories. However the most memorable are the “block parties”. Great times, plenty of fun food, fireworks & late nights. I was 8 years old. My mom was there. Uncle Jackie you always made sure we all had fun! However most importantly that my mom always got a front row seat. If she couldn’t get there you & Dad grabbed on & carried her without a care in the world! Thank you Uncle Jackie for the fireworks & bottle rockets in my life!!
Love you, the Vahey Fagan Wright family
MICHAEL ONNEMBO of SOUTH CHATHAM, MA wrote:
So sorry we missed the services for Jack -- we would have attended had we known. Did not see obit in Cape Cod Times. Jack will be missed by all.
Nate Koppel of N. Chatham,Ma wrote:
Mary and family, So sorry to hear of Jack’s passing. A fine fellow to know. As a teammate and fellow teammate it was a extreme pleasure and honor have been part of his life. We in the senior softball league will miss him. May he Rest In Peace. Nate Koppel
Van Khachadoorian of Harwich MA 02645 wrote:
Mary and family. We recently heard about Jack's passing. We are at our winter home in Florida and are very we were unable to attend His service. I was a pleasure to play with Jack on several teams during our many years in the softball league Jack was a quiet,reserved gentleman who truly enjoyed being with his friends and teammates. Jack will be missed and nows joins many players who have departed recently. Van Khachadoorian
Bernie powers of Chatham MA wrote:
Shocked and sorry to hear the news. A good man and true friend. Sorry , Mary.
David Damphousse of North Reading MA wrote:
I am so sorry to hear of your loss and apologies for responding late as I just received the news. Please let me know if there is anything you need. I know we have lost touch over time but I will never forget the love and acceptance from your family. Thoughts and prayers to all.
Bill and Judith Page of Forestdale, MA wrote:
Dear Mary, We are so sorry for your loss, and doubly sorry that we didn't know in time to come to Jack's service. He was a great teammate and friend and our world, like yours, is a lonlier place without him.