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Official Obituary of: John A. D’Ambrosca, Jr. 08/17/2018

John A. D’Ambrosca, Jr. 08/17/2018

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  • Barbara (Bobbi), I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your son. We’ve lost touch over the years, but wanted to give my sympathy.

  • Our condolences to the D’Ambrosca family. He was a great Soldier and friend. He always had a smile on his face and a great attitude, even when we were in Afghanistan! He was the first to volunteer to help when a detail was needed, no questions asked. You will be missed, brother. Rest in piece. 

  • John was a student in my Sports Marketing Consulting class, spring 2016.  He was always ready to help his classmates and his love for the Red Sox came through every class.  John will be fondly remembered. My condolences to John’s family.

  • My sincere condolences to the family and friends of John’s! He was a wonderful and kind young man. WeWe m John while he served in the army at Fort Polk. He’ll be missed by many! Our thoughts and prayers are with you all! 
    Love the Starr Family!

  • He was one amazing soldier and friend he will be greatly missed until we meet again at the gates watch over us all John we love you battle 

  • My condolences to John’s family.  He was a wonderful person and had such an easy and warm friendliness.  He will be missed.  RIP John.

  • Sorry I couldn’t make it brother but I will always remember you and the laughs we shared! Rest In Peace and prayers for you family.

  • Rest In Peace John and Thank You for your service to our country. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. 

    It was an absolute pleasure having John on my team when we worked at the bank. Whenever I would stop at the branch John was smiling and he was always so respectful. John was a great friend and colleague to many that he worked with.
     
    May you have peace and comfort as you cherish your memories with John.  

  • I can still picture him rollerblading in Royal park with his sweet smile and blue eyes sparkling…RIP John

  • My sincere condolences, thoughts and prayers are with you all.  I did not know this young man.  But I thank him for his service to our country, and thank you; his family as well.  Rest in Paradise Sir.

  • Lynda and family so very, very sorry for your loss. There are no words or answers.  Trust that he is in the loving arms of God.

    You are all in my thoughts and prayers

    Love you!

    Leslie & Joe

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  1. Lynda and family so very, very sorry for your loss. There are no words or answers.  Trust that he is in the loving arms of God.

    You are all in my thoughts and prayers

    Love you!

    Leslie & Joe

  2. My sincere condolences, thoughts and prayers are with you all.  I did not know this young man.  But I thank him for his service to our country, and thank you; his family as well.  Rest in Paradise Sir.

  3. I can still picture him rollerblading in Royal park with his sweet smile and blue eyes sparkling…RIP John

  4. Rest In Peace John and Thank You for your service to our country. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. 

    It was an absolute pleasure having John on my team when we worked at the bank. Whenever I would stop at the branch John was smiling and he was always so respectful. John was a great friend and colleague to many that he worked with.
     
    May you have peace and comfort as you cherish your memories with John.  

  5. Sorry I couldn’t make it brother but I will always remember you and the laughs we shared! Rest In Peace and prayers for you family.

  6. My condolences to John’s family.  He was a wonderful person and had such an easy and warm friendliness.  He will be missed.  RIP John.

  7. He was one amazing soldier and friend he will be greatly missed until we meet again at the gates watch over us all John we love you battle 

  8. My sincere condolences to the family and friends of John’s! He was a wonderful and kind young man. WeWe m John while he served in the army at Fort Polk. He’ll be missed by many! Our thoughts and prayers are with you all! 
    Love the Starr Family!

  9. John was a student in my Sports Marketing Consulting class, spring 2016.  He was always ready to help his classmates and his love for the Red Sox came through every class.  John will be fondly remembered. My condolences to John’s family.

  10. Our condolences to the D’Ambrosca family. He was a great Soldier and friend. He always had a smile on his face and a great attitude, even when we were in Afghanistan! He was the first to volunteer to help when a detail was needed, no questions asked. You will be missed, brother. Rest in piece. 

  11. Barbara (Bobbi), I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your son. We’ve lost touch over the years, but wanted to give my sympathy.

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