CONDOLENCES (GuestBook)

10/22/2009 Brian
Boston, Ma,
I was saddened to hear of your passing. You were blessed to have your loved ones close to you over the years and at the end. A special thanks and God Bless you to all who gave such tender loving care to you; Nonie Marie and the entire Mastro family, Jeannie (your very own Nurse Practitioner) and Old Colony Hospice. Rest in peace, Brian

10/22/2009 Ruthie Barrett Grezlik regrezlik@aol.com
Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
My condolences to my dear Aunt Marie and cousins Donna and Michael. I have so many fond memories of all of you and Uncle John when I was a child. We were pen pals when he was in Vietnam and he wrote beautiful letters to me. I pray that Aunt Marie, Donna and Michael and their families can find peace after so many years of pain and suffering.

10/22/2009 Dawn dawn.costello@fnis.com
Dedham, MA,
Carolyn just wanted you to know I'm thiking about you and your family today.

10/21/2009 marjorie spofford mspff@verizon.net
needham, ma, USA
I became aquainted with Jack when he came first to the Neponset flea market in Quincy to visit our mutual friend(the late Jim Flanagan) and then to the Raynham flea market. He loved talking about the book he was writing and always had a joke to tell. I will miss seeing him. My condolences to Marie and to his family.

10/21/2009 Jeanne Bartel & Dr. Douglas Bowker nurselaw@att.net
Weston/Nantucket, Ma.,
Uncle John, Thank you for allowing us the honor of being with you at the hospital and at home to share those last good times. Even to the end, you made us laugh. I am so glad that Mum got to speak with you one final time. She so loved her "kid brother" ! Nonnie Mastro and family, you shared a great, long life with Uncle Jack and gave him the most gentle and dignified passing surrounded by those he loved and who loved him. I am reminded of Aunt Dolly's saying, "you take the bitter with the sweet" at this sad time. God bless you, Jeannie & Doug

10/21/2009 theresa ,angie, sophia. theresarolley41@hotmail.com
dorchester, ma, suffolk
we would like to send our prayers and condolences to the whole family. may god continue to comfort and srengthen your family.In this time of berievment.

10/21/2009 Melissa Marchionda
Hyde Park, MA,
Rest peacefully Uncle Jack, you'll be missed everyday. Auntie Marie, La, all my cousins - you'll be in my prayers, love you XO

10/21/2009 Audrianna Noe Angelaromano7@comcast.neet
Foxboro, Ma,
Hi Honey, I love you so much. I miss you so much. Thank you for being the best grandfather ever. We had so much fun together for the short time i had you. I am so happy we got to have the time we had together.I will always remember your last birthday we all spent together at uncle bills house. All Of kids will miss you so much. please look down on all of us even Noni, Keep us safe. We are going to miss you so much till we meet again... ~Yours always ~Audrianna

10/21/2009 Patricia Hobbs hobbs1954@hotmail.com
Worcester, MA, USA
Dear Marie and Family ~ I am sure there are plenty of angels giggling and smiling wherever Jack's Irish eyes are shining. I can just hear him now making his 'spoon' music and keeping things lively. God Love him and Bless him. He will be sorely missed and yet I hope you will continue to carry his spirit in your hearts. You are such a strong family, united together, so as you move forward without Jack I hope you will find ways to keep his memory alive and rejoice in the beauty he brought to your lives. He had a way of nourishing us all -- more than just 3 squares a day. My sincerest condolences to you all, Pat

10/20/2009 mary connolly maryconnolly.sshs@comcast.net
e.bridgewater, ma, usa
I remember how Mr. B always decorated his daughter Donna's bike for the 4th of July. My condolences to both Donna and Michael.

10/20/2009 Donna Conolly Cotter
Easton , Ma,
So sorry to hear of Mr.Barrett's passing. I have many fond memories of growing up in Savin Hill with Donna, Jack and Michael. I have a beautiful picture of Mr.Barrett dancing with his daughter Donna at my wedding that I will treasure.

10/20/2009 Angela Romano Angelaromano7@comcast.net
Foxboro, Ma,
Grampy, I miss you so much all ready... You were loved SO much by all of us. I am going to miss our long talks we had. I can remember one talk we had like it was yesterday. The growing up talk, You said to me "Angela I hope I live to see you grow up and get married and have children of your own someday".And I always said back "Grampy you are going to live forever." But I am so happy you got to see me grow up, and also have children of my own. Oh grampy I Love you so much and you ment the world to me. When you left you took a part of me with you. I can't wait till me meet again soon. Because like you always said " Life dont last for ever be happy and enjoy what you have today" Lovr and miss you so much Your little girl who grew up to be a "Fine young Landy" Angela <3

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