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John L. Wood Jr.

PEPPERELL John L. Wood Jr. of Pepperell died Tues. August 28, 2007 at the Nashoba Valley Medical Center in Ayer after being stricken at his home. He was born in Boston March 6, 1947, son of the late John L. and Ruth (Fader) Wood.

Mr. Wood spent his early life in Shrewsbury where attended and graduated from Shrewsbury High School class of 1965. He also attended Eastern Nazarene College and was Army Veteran serving during the Vietnam War Era.

At the time of his death he had been employed at Tewksbury Hospital as the Asset Manager, prior to that he had been employed as the Environmental Service Manager at Nashua Memorial Hospital. A long time member of the Community Church of Pepperell he was as one of the past Choir Directors. His voice and love of music allowed him to be a member of the Montachusett Chorale in Leominster.

He is survived by his wife of 33 years Joan L. (Pike) Wood and would have celebrated there 34th Wedding anniversary on Sept 7. his devoted children John L. Wood III and his wife Lisa of Pepperell, James L. Wood of Portland, OR and Jeffrey L. Wood of Pepperell; a brother, Stanley Wood of Mont Vernon, NY; a sister, Joan Ethier of Shrewsbury, MA and was Grampy to his adoring grandchildren, Eva G. and Owen C. Wood of Pepperell.

Funeral Services will be at 10 A.M. Sat. Sept 1, 2007 at the Community Church of Pepperell, Townsend St. Visiting hours at the HAMILTON-MCGAFFIGAN Funeral Home, 37 Main St. (Rte 113) Pepperell, Fri. 5-8 P.M. Relatives and friends kindly invited. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery Pepperell.
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