John Joseph Mahan Jr.
April 28, 1939 - June 12, 2017
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John Joseph Mahan Jr.  Chesapeake – John Mahan, 78, died June 12, 2017 at Chesapeake Regional Hospital. Mr. Mahan was born on April 28, 1939 in Worcester, MA., the son of John Mahan Sr. and Sylvia Ranieri. After graduation from Hamden CT. High School, he spent seven years in the United States Air Force as…

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Dan Spurlock left a message on June 18, 2017:
I have known John since my early 20's. I always enjoyed my conversations with him. John was a man of great intellect and equal sense of humor. You could have an intelligent conversation with him on virtually any subject. He may not have always agreed with opinion but always respected it and would give you his in a friendly, civilized manner. If the majority of our nation could do the same this would be a much better world. God Bless you John. You will be missed by many.
Debra Frey left a message on June 17, 2017:
May all who knew and loved him find solace in remembering what a caring soul he was. I remember his light-heartedness and how he made me laugh in our few conversations at Alcohol Rehabilitation Center. My deepest sympathy and condolences to his family. May he rest in peace.
Jane Craig left a message on June 17, 2017:
My condolences to the Mahan family. I had the privilege of getting to know John well at Pers-63. He was a kind and thoughtful man with a keen mind and a sharp wit.
Roger Hartman left a message on June 16, 2017:
To John's family, my deepest sympathy and condolences. John was a great friend and wonderful co-worker during our time together in Pers-63. Such a kind and gentle soul, with true compassion in his heart for those he sought to help who struggled with substance abuse. Rest in peace, my friend.
Carolyn Decker left a message on June 16, 2017:
2. (Continued)...paws. John was a close friend to me and my family. He loved my grandchildren and shared time with them in teaching and play. He remembered their special days. He was my confidant, and he was my resource for information in our career field. He was intelligent, kind, caring and giving, had a great sense of humor and demonstrated a strong belief in God. He was a source of strength and inspiration for me and so many others. A most respected and loved man, professionally and​ personally, he is greatly missed. Love you John. I'll be seeing you. My sincere condolences to Sallie, Diane, Sara, Danny, Jay and all his family members and others who love him and are better for knowing​ him.
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Carolyn Decker left a message on June 16, 2017:
John Mahan has moved on to a place that is sure to please him...and I can see him now, taking in the beauty of Paradise...enjoying nature in its vivid perfection with his cherished companion, Joey, his beloved Bearded Collie. John referred to Joey as his best friend. But John, in his later years, acquired affection for quite few friends with laws
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