All of them touched the hearts and lives of their loved ones and those fortunate enough to know them, so this is a tribute to them to keep them in everyone's memories.
The love we share with people and pets never fades. In fact, their memories and love stay connected to us from the other side, where they can hear us, see us and guide us.
This month also marks the anniversary of the passing of our friend Ed who passed on the 19th in 1996, Tom's dad on the 23rd over 20 years ago, and Rob's mom on Dec. 29, 2013. No matter how long ago they passed, they're all still around us.
Mr. John J. Callaghan, of Weymouth and Dennisport died on December 9, 2015. John worked for Boston Edison until his retirement. He served in the United States Navy during the Korean War, and was a member of the American Legion and the Weymouth Elks. John was an avid Patriots and Red Sox fan, and loved spending his summers with his family on the beach at Camper’s Haven, Cape Cod. John’s greatest joy in life was his beautiful family, including his many grandchildren. He would drive near and far to watch whatever sporting event or performance that they were involved in. He will be dearly missed by all those who had the pleasure of knowing him. Beloved husband of 59 years to Lorraine (Barnes) Callaghan. Link: https://keohane.com/services/john-j-callaghan/
Holly Brown, of Burtonsville, Maryland. On Dec. 13, Bob and Arlene Brown said goodbye to Holly, their sweet long-haired, red Dachshund. Holly is also survived by his brother Andy, a long-haired black and tan dachshund who will truly miss his companion.
Ann Marie E. (Rudgis) Johnson, of Hull, died December 9, 2015. Ann Marie was known as Granny by everyone who knew her. She frequently visited the playground with her grandchildren on sunny days. She enjoyed day trips to the casinos with her sisters and always enjoyed sweets with a cup of coffee. She enjoyed the simple things in life and treasured what was most important – family and friends. She will be sadly missed.. Link: https://keohane.com/services/ann-marie-e-johnson/