John H. St. George of Tyngsboro

 

John H. St. George, 71, of Tyngsboro died surrounded by his loving family on Sunday, April 16, 2017.

He was married to Ellen C. St. George with whom he would have celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on October 7, 2017.

Born in Flushing, NH he was the son of the late Harold and Roxanna St. George. John graduated from Regis High School in Manhattan, NY with the class of 1963 and then earned a BA in Mathematics from Boston College in 1967 and a M.B.A. from Northeastern University in 1981.

He proudly served as a U.S. Army Ranger during the Vietnam War.

John retired from Hewlett Packard of Quincy in 2013. He had previously worked at the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Lebanon, NH as a Director of Patient Financial Services.

He was a communicant and permanent Deacon of St. John XXIII in Nashua, NHSaved to your Map.

Besides his wife, he is survived by a daughter, Ellen St. George of Melrose, a son Peter and his wife, Karen St. George of Chelmsford, and son, Thomas and his wife, Meredith St. George of Lunenburg, his brother and sister in-law, George and Janice St. George of Bluffton, SC, several nieces and nephews, and his much loved grandchildren, Niamh and Eoin Godfrey, Jillian, Sarah, Caylen and Sean St. George.

Visiting hours Thursday 3 to 7 P.M. Funeral Friday at 8:00 A.M. from the DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 106 MIDDLESEX ST. CHELMSFORD, with a Mass of Christian Burial at 9:00 A.M. at St. John the Evangelist Church Chelmsford, MA. Burial in NH State Veteran Cemetery, Boscawen, NH. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041.

Visitation

April 20, 2017
3PM - 7PM
Dolan Funeral Home

Funeral

April 21, 2017
8A.M. DFH 9A.M. Church
St. John the Evangelist Church
  1. Tom McGonis says:

    Ellen and Family,

    We were surprised and saddened to hear of John’s passing on Easter Sunday. John was such a strong Christian presence in the Saint Mary’s
    Saint Helena’s community. His faith and enthusiasm were inspirational. We’re glad to have seen him a couple of summer’s back at Fr. Paul
    Rainville’s 50th celebration in Suncook. Norma & Tom McGonis

  2. comcast.net says:

    john was a great guy and an awsome dude

  3. Brian R. Sullivan says:

    I never saw John again after we graduated from Regis. But I remember him from those high school days well. His enthusiastic response to The Sound of Music when our freshman class attended the musical remains vivid in my mind.

    Not many of our class served in Vietnam, let alone as a Ranger. As a Marine officer veteran of that conflict, John’s service inspires my deepest admiration.

    Rest of his bones and soul’s delivery.

  4. Richard Chiarello says:

    So sorry to hear of your loss. John was loved by many at Regis. My prayers are with you and your family.

  5. Lisa Ricard says:

    I’m so sorry to hear of John’s passing. I wish to extend my condolences and let you know you are all in my thoughts and prayers. I’ve always enjoyed the excitement and compassion that John expressed in his homilies at Saint John the XXIII. They will always be remembered. May Gods gentle peace fill your hearts and comfort your souls today and in the days to come.

  6. Joyce & Wayne Nadeau says:

    We are sadden by the sudden loss of such a sweet man. His compelling homilies given at Saint John XXIII will always be remembered. May the peace of the Lord rest upon your family and the good memories of Deacon John give you strength through this sorrowful time. God bless.

  7. Peter & Diane Guay says:

    To the St George family …

    Such a shock to hear of John’s passing! We remember him fondly as a wonderful and caring man, a Deacon at St Mary and St Helena’s Parish in Canaan, NH. His devotion in Christ Jesus, made him the man he was; dedicated to his loving family, a pillar in his community, his unwavering Catholic strength and purpose. We will miss him dearly and send all of the St George’s our love and condolences.

    Peter & Diane Guay
    Enfield, NH

  8. Cindy Bissonnette says:

    Ellen and Family, so sorry for your loss. I just heard from our friend Norma Spaulding. John was a very spiritual person, a great asset to St. Helena’s and St. Mary’s Parish. Also a wonderful co-worker at Mary Hitchcock… I will always remember that nice smile. God Please and remember all your great memories..
    Cindy and Robert Bissonnette

  9. Janet Kulig says:

    Dear Ellen and Family,
    So saddened to hear of your loss. We were always impressed when John presented the homily. He was a wonderful person. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Jan and Ray Kulig

  10. Peggy Hassett says:

    To Ellen and Family
    I am deeply sorry to learn of John’s passing. He was a true gentleman, a light in this world, with a kind and caring manner that touched many lives with his words shared and actions displayed. A good heart stopped beating; a good soul was welcomed home, and the Heavens have acquired a new glow upon his arrival. May your loving memories sustain you, may friends surround you and may love give you strength and peace.
    With Prayers and Great Sympathy

  11. Janice Walsh says:

    To Ellen and family – John will be sorely missed. He had a passionate devotion to his church and Lord. My husband John and I enjoyed his homilies and working with him (even if only occasionally) with Baptism. Our condolences and prayers are with you all.

  12. Jennifer Pizzi says:

    TO all of Deacon John’s family…words cannot express my shock at his passing. I had the pleasure of working with him at St John XXIII parish serving with him on the Pastoral Council. He was always willing and able to serve in any capacity asked. I will miss his smile and contagious sense of humor. My thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult time. I feel very privileged to call him a friend

    With sadness
    Jennifer Pizzi
    St John XXIII Parish Nashua and Hudson

  13. John Castelot says:

    The diaconate community of the Diocese of Manchester, NH thanks Deacon John for his many years of service in Christ.

  14. Mark Cipolla says:

    Tom and the entire St. George family, the 66th Force Support Squadron family (where Tom works), was extremely sad to hear about the passing of your loved one (Tom’s father). Our whole military family will be praying for your family this week. We pray you come together as strong family member to be the support and comfort for one another you need so much right now.

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