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Obituary for John Scott Neville

John S. Neville of Drewryville, VA passed peacefully into the hands of our Lord May 25, 2017. Born in Natick, MA to Edna (Gillis) and the late Gerald (Charlie) Neville of Millis. John was raised in Millis, where he attended school. He also attended Mass Bay CC, where he studied Nursing. John worked for many years at the former Medfield State Hospital. John was very proud of having served honorably in the US Navy, aboard the USS Nimitz. John loved fishing, wood working, but mostly his family. He never met a stranger, and was always available to lend a hand to anyone who needed it. Those who knew him would be greeted by a story or one of the many jokes he enjoyed telling. His sense of humor was well known, and lives on in his children. In addition to his mother, Edna Neville of Millis, MA, John is survived by his wife, Susan (Seller) Neville of Drewryville, VA; son, Wesley Neville and partner Makayla Price of Spokane, WA; daughters, Brianna Neville Rice and husband Nicholas Rice of Drewryville, VA; stepdaughter, Alanna Wright and partner David Arcand of Emporia,VA; two granddaughters, Nuala and Mairead Arcand; brothers, Robert and wife Laurie of Tyron, NC and James and wife Maria of Millis, MA; many uncles, aunts and cousins, a lifelong friend Tom Stevens of Naples, FL, and a special friend Carol Ann Fitzgerald of Leonay, Australia. Following cremation, a memorial service will be held in MA, where burial will take place at a later time. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in John’s memory to the Paralyzed Vets. Condolence may be sent to www.Echolsfuneralhome.com


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