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James L. Guertin

March 29, 1959 - March 2, 2019

Burial Date: March 12, 2019

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Church St. Mary Parish

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It is with great sadness that the family of James L. Guertin of Quincy announces his passing on Saturday, March 2, 2019, at his home in Quincy, MA, at the age of 59. Born in Montreal, Canada, James moved with his late parents, Jean Paul Guertin and Ruth A. Guertin, to Quincy in 1960. Jim graduated from the Boston School for the Deaf, Newton North High School, and ITT Technical Institute and was a longtime member of the Quincy Moose Club. A resilient, self-taught man, who learned many things over the years, he had a large heart and was a good person.

James will be lovingly remembered by his brother Jean Pierre Guertin of Quincy and his sisters Marie Cantelli and her husband Ron Seymour of Mission Viejo, CA, Joanne and John Rice of Quincy and Violet Guertin and her husband Harold Bracy, Sr. of Sebago, ME. He will also be remembered by his seven nieces and nephews, Kristie, Karrie, Nicholas, Lisa, Ashley, Harold, Jr. and Alan; grandnephews, Tony and Brandon (Airborne Infantry Specialist, NC) and grandniece, Marisa; great-grandniece Meadow and great grandnephew Maddox. James is also mourned by his girlfriend Michelle O’Neill and his many friends.

Family and friends are invited to a Funeral Mass on Tuesday, March 12 at 10:00AM at St. Mary Church 112 Crescent St. W. Quincy. Visiting hours will be omitted.

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