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Nickerson-Bourne Funeral Home

40 MacArthur Blvd, Bourne, MA

OBITUARY

John F. Brennan Jr.

May 4, 1938June 19, 2020

John F. "Ace" Brennan, Jr., 82, of Pocasset, formerly of South Boston, MA passed away peacefully at home on June 19, 2020. Jack was the loving husband of Theresa A. (Gahn) Brennan and the former husband of Alice (McDougall) Brennan.

He was the beloved son of the late John F. and Mary (Whitley) Brennan. He is survived by his son James Brennan, grandsons, John and Ryan Brennan. Jack was the dear brother of Nancy, Richard, Robert, Janice and James Brennan and many beloved nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his loving son Jackie.

Jack was born in South Boston, on May 4th 1938. He attended B.C. High School and Boston College where he was a pitcher on the baseball teams.

He was a sales manager for Colonial Provision Company for many years and prior owner of Aces High Tavern in South Boston, where he had many treasured memories and friendships. Jack will be remembered for his great sense of humor and generosity.

Jack will be sorely missed by his family and always be lovingly in their hearts and thoughts.

Due to the Covid-19 Virus restrictions, funeral services will be private. A memorial service will be held at a later date.

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Bob Flynn

July 6, 2020

Jack and I shared many days together over a period of at least 60 years . Jack was always interesting— his mind was that of a thinker who had the solutions to solve many complex situations . I haven’t got use to the fact that he’s gone —he’ll be missed by many.

Lynne Adams

June 25, 2020

Always had many laughs and good times at aces High,Good Man he will ne missed🙏❤

Jack Nason

June 24, 2020

Very sorry for your loss, I must have delivered to Aces High Tavern for Whitehall Liquor Wholesalers during the 70's. Did your Dad know Tom Flaherty or Ricky McDonald from South Boston?

John Brennan

June 24, 2020

My favorite memories are fishing with my Grandpa and Dad. Even though there was always an argument on the boat.

We loved each other so much.

He was my best friend. I’ll miss calling him and asking him for advice or just to hear some of his stories. Especially stories about family.

I hope he’s with Grandpa, Grandma Maye and my Dad right now.

He was the best person I’ve ever known. I’m so lucky to have learned from him. I love you Grandpa. ☘️

Bruce MacDougall

June 24, 2020

So sorry for your loss. Always liked you Uncle John . Bruce MacDougall and Barbie

Chris Brennan

June 23, 2020

Love you Big Jack !

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY