Condolence & Memory Journal

I am sorry to hear about your loss. I remember Preston from high school.Will miss him.
Rod DeVoid
Retired military

Posted by A friend   September 12, 2017

Very Sorry to hear. I only knew Preston for a short time. He was a good brother in Christ. 2 Corinthians 5:8 We are confident, yes well pleased rather to be absent from the body to be present with the Lord. NKJV He will be dearly missed. Sorry for the family's loss. God Bless you Preston and yours. We will meet again Brother. Love you

Posted by George Lavoie - Concord, NH   September 12, 2017

Just found out about Preston. So sorry for your families loss of a giving man. I will miss him as he always spoke of the lord. I know he is enjoying the peace in heaven for eternity . Love and miss you Preston, God bless....

Posted by Dave Barrett - Concord, NH - Friend   September 12, 2017

So long, Dear Brother! You will be greatly missed here on earth, but I know that you will be busy worshiping Jesus, with all of the folks that you led to Him! Thank You for teaching me so much in the short time we had together! Our prayers will be with your loved ones, during this difficult transition. I look forward to seeing you again one day!

Posted by Ken Hadley - Henniker, NH - Friend   September 10, 2017

I am saddened to hear of the sudden passing of Preston. Although I knew him only in business, he was a kind and friendly gentleman with whom I enjoyed meeting. To his loved ones, I offer my sincere condolences and that you find peace in knowing that he is with the lord. Words I have heard which stay with me in times of such sorrow are as follows... 'before we wake, we cannot know that what we dreamed does not exist. Before we die, we cannot know that death is not the greatest joy'. Godspeed Preston.

Posted by Raymond Costa - Chelmsford, MA   September 08, 2017

I will be praying for all of you left behind by Preston's death. He was a good friend and excellent minister of the gospel. He will be missed by all of us at the Manchester VA MedicalCenter

Posted by Gary Rolph - Manchester, NH   September 08, 2017

I am very saddened to learn of Preston's passing. We knew each other as Ambassadors at the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, he was always there to greet people with a smile and a twinkle in his eye. I enjoyed spending time with him over the years. My very sincere condolences.

Posted by Lynn Kisselbach - Grantham, NH - Friend   September 08, 2017

Preston was a man of integrity, determination and kindness. He was a champion for our veterans and a compassionate community member. Along with the legacy he left through his service to youth in the Civil Air Patrol, he also leaves a permanent memorial at the NH State Veteran's Cemetery to those who sacrificed their life during the war on terror. Preston's positive, can-do attitude will be missed, but not forgotten by those whose lives he touched. God Bless...

Posted by Lorrie Carey - Boscawen, NH - Friend   September 08, 2017

The sudden news of Preston's departure was a shock to most of us that knew him. He will be deeply missed and never forgotten. I will honor Preston's memory by staying true to God and honoring my wife. Preston was a great friend and mentor to me. Rest in Peace and save me a seat at the banquet table.

Posted by Eddy Travis - Wilmot, NH - Friend   September 08, 2017

My deepest sympathy for you and your family. I had the great pleasure of knowing Preston and talking with him when he came to spend time with the vets at the VA. I will miss him terribly.

Posted by Therese St.Laurent - Hooksett, NH - Acquaintance   September 07, 2017

A new angel has arrived in Heaven. Preston was solid as a rock in his faith. I will miss my conversations with him. May the grace of God cover Preston's family with peace and strength at this time.

God Speed to you Preston!


Jim Grant

Posted by Jimmy Grant - Haverhill, MA   September 07, 2017

My deepest condolences. I pray that God would bring much comfort and strength to his family. He was such a gentlemen.

Posted by Susan Peterson - Weare, NH - Acquaintance   September 07, 2017

It was so nice to attend BCC and be in a small group with Preston and Karen. Preston clearly was seen as a disciple of Jesus through his service, his compassion and his love for others. We pray for comfort for Karen and the others in his family, and the assurance of a big reunion someday.

Posted by John and Diane Bisset - Bedford, NH   September 07, 2017

Sympathy extended to all of Preston's loved ones of his recent passing. He was a great asset of being on the Manchester NH Postal Customer Council of dedicating his time of training others of the do's & don't of mail preparation, design to mail list addressing. Appreciated all your help at the USPS trade shows. Godspeed.

Posted by Roxanne Lewis - Salisbury, MA   September 07, 2017

I had the pleasure of knowing Preston through our volunteer work as ambassadors at the Manchester Chamber of Commerce. Preston and I shared stories of how much we enjoyed being grandparents. Preston, was a true gentleman in every sense of the word. He was a wonderful kind man and a proud American. My deepest sympathy.

Posted by Denise Petrin - Hooksett, NH   September 07, 2017

Preston became a friend as he "brought me into" Civil Air Patrol as a chaplain. I am deeply saddened by his unexpected passing. May his memory be for a blessing. Chaplain Gary Atkins

Posted by Gary Atkins - Lee, NH - Coworker   September 07, 2017

Preston was always a gentleman, warm and giving. We were part of a group that shred rooms during our Castleton years. It wasn't until a few years ago we reconnected through social media. Prestons frequent posts showed how busy he was helping others. I was amazed at how much he able to give to others. I'll miss him.

Posted by Grant Sulham - Bonney Lake, WA - Classmate   September 07, 2017

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Prayers for the family- Preston was a great man!

Posted by Dave Peterson    September 07, 2017

I've very sorry to learn of Preston's passing. I met him years ago when our offices were in the Jefferson Mill as part of the Amoskeag Business Incubator.

He was a stand up guy! Always very polite, well spoken, hard working and helpful.

Had fun interviewing him on my radio show about the Civil Air Patrol, too. Here's the link if you'd like to listen again. http://www.girardatlarge.com/2013/04/2350-show-archive-4-17-2012/

Having just lost my father suddenly on June 22nd, you have my deepest and most sincere sympathies. May the presence of God Almighty bring you peace and comfort.

Posted by Richard Girard - Manchester, NH - Friend   September 07, 2017

Deepest sympathies to Preston's entire family. He was such a gentleman and a pleasure to work with.

Posted by Laurie Storey-Manseau - Hopkinton, NH   September 06, 2017

Although I had only had the privilege of conversing with Preston a few times at the NH Christian Business Networking it did not take long to see how special a person he was. My heart goes out to the family. I am sorry for your loss. May the Lord be with you during this time & always. My deepest sympathy, Cassandra

Posted by Cassandra Sweatt - Loudon, NH   September 06, 2017

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My sincere condolences on the passing of your dear loved one. His spirit will be with you always and he will live in your hearts forever. May your faith and love ease your sadness and remind you of all the happy memories each of you shared with your him. God bless all of you.

Posted by Valerie Bayko - Manchester, NH - Friend   September 06, 2017