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John N. Bergeron
February 2, 1950 ~ June 13, 2023 (age 73) 73 Years Old
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Funeral from the Carroll-Thomas Funeral Home 22 Oak Street Hyde Park Friday (6/23) morning at 9:00 AM followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at Most Precious Blood Church Hyde Park at 10:00AM. Visiting hours will be held Thursday (6/22) evening from 4-7 at the funeral home. Interment at St Michaels Cemetery Roslindale, relatives and friends invited.
John N. Bergeron, a loving husband, father, and grandfather, passed away on June 13, 2023, in Jenson Beach, Florida, at the age of 73. Born on February 2, 1950, in Brighton, MA, John was the devoted husband of 51 years to Carol (Gannetta) Bergeron and the son of the late Leonard Bergeron Jr. and Marguerite Wallace.
John is survived by his devoted children, Renee Bergeron-Finny and her husband Michael of Miami, Lorraine Hunter and her husband Chris of Orlando, and Brett Bergeron of Miami. He was a loving "Da" to his grandchildren, Elizabeth, Sean, Aubrey, and Emma. John was the brother of the late Lorraine Cady and step-brother to Michael, Michelle, Monique, Wade, and Ginette. He was also a cherished brother-in-law to Nancy and Donald Lee of Holbrook, and Anthony Gannetta III of Dedham.
John was a high school graduate who worked as a mechanic and a cab driver in Boston. He lived in Florida for over 50 years, earning him the nickname “Boston” John; he worked for the Village of Key Biscayne for 25 years and then moved to Jenson Beach, where he spent the remainder of his life. John was a bartender for 33 years and loved to tell stories; with his outgoing personality and love for people, it made him a friend to one and all.
John had a deep love for the outdoors and enjoyed many activities such as camping, boating, hiking, fishing, and spending time at the beach. His love for travel often took him on road trips with his family, creating lasting memories that his loved ones will forever cherish. John was also known for his singing abilities, earning him another nickname "Jukebox Johnny." His voice brought joy to those who had the pleasure of hearing him sing. His interests also included watching History and Discovery Channel programs, such as Ancient Aliens, Alaska shows, and Barret Jackson car shows.
A passionate sports fan, John rooted for all Boston sports teams as well as those in Miami. He also had a soft spot for all animals, in particular dogs, with his favorite being his golden retriever named Sarah.
John's love for life, his family, and his many interests will be forever remembered by those who knew and loved him. His kindness, laughter, and warm spirit will be deeply missed, but his legacy will live on in the hearts of his family and friends.
Rest in peace, Boston John, a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, brother-in-law, uncle, and friend. Your memory will be cherished, and your presence will be felt in the lives of those you have touched.