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So sad to see this in the paper. Mr. Cunningham was the sweetest patient. Peace to you my friend and may the beautiful memories you have left to those lucky enough to know you lessen the pain we are all feeling.


Posted by: Dyana - NH   Apr 18, 2016

Dear Eleanor and Family,

On behalf of the Merrimack Senior Citizen Club we offer our condolences on the passing of John. He was a longtime member of the Club while in Merrimack and

a loyal supporter of the Club. He volunteered many times for our annual fair and always had a smile for everyone. He was "Mr Cunningham" to me and always said

just John. Our prayers are with you all at this difficult time.

Irene and Wayne Jenness


Posted by: Irene Jenness    Apr 17, 2016

Love and our prayers to all our cousins and their families. All our love to Aunt Eleanor. WE are sorry for loss. you all are in our prayers.


Posted by: Sherri Sue ( Stoehr) Wilcox    Apr 17, 2016

Oh my, so sorry. I had missed sending out Christmas cards last year and called to find out your address last Monday, to send a card.  Then I happened to look online for my husband's friend's arrangements today, and saw the terrible news. :(( Talk about synchronicity...Yes, he was the kindest man I ever knew. He watched out for me like a dad at work. We met while working at AIG in 1983.  I lived in Derry and met up with Craig?

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Posted by: Patricia Hamm    Apr 16, 2016

ohh, i'm so sorry for your mom and all of you.  he was such a gentle soul.  my memory of your dad is that he would always get down to my level (when i was little)  and speak softly.  he was, in my mind a soft pace to land"i think he must have been a great dad.  a man to be remembered. talk of him with the grandkids so he will live on.  my love to aunt eleanor


Posted by: debbie (stoehr) krause    Apr 15, 2016