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John Naugler

John Naugler

Wednesday, November 6th, 1940 Saturday, December 14th, 2019

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Obituary for John Richard Naugler

John R. Naugler, 79, of Hollis, NH died on December 14, 2019 at The Elms Center in Milford, New Hampshire. He was born on November 6, 1940 in Somerville Massachusetts, son of the late M. Leslie Naugler and Celina R. (Foote) Naugler. He is the husband of Jo-Anne (Ciampi) Naugler, of Hollis, NH. They were married on August 31, 1968 in Boston, MA.

John attended St. Joseph school in Wakefield, MA. He went on to attend Malden Catholic High school and then later UMass Lowell where he received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering. John was also a member of the United States Navy. Following his service, John worked at Sanders Associates and later at Raytheon.

In his free time, John loved model rail roading. He was a member of the Pepperell Siding Model Railroad Club as well as the Seashore Trolley Museum.

Besides his loving wife survivors include two daughters, Joanna and her spouse Paul Gallant and Anne Naugler, one sister Dorothy Wood, one nephew, Andrew wood and his wife Jen, one niece, Kim and her husband Jerry Powers Jr., two grand-nephews, Liam and Dean, one grand-niece, Vivian and his sister-in-law Pamela Ciampi.

SERVICES: A private service will be held at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to the Seashore Trolley Museum of Kennebunkport, Maine. The DAVIS FUNERAL HOME, One Lock St., Nashua has been placed in charge of arrangements. An online guest book is available at www.davisfuneralhomenh.com, (603-883-3401) “ONE MEMORY LIGHTS ANOTHER”.

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Sheila Numrych

To all of Jack's family and friends. I am saddened to hear of Jack's passing. Jack was a friend and a mentor to me at the Connecticut Trolley Museum. He helped me with the training program here and we would compare elements of CT vs Seashore. Please know that Jack (Badge 167) will be dearly missed in Connecticut as well as his home. Our prayers go out to you.
Sheila and Vaughn Numrych
Comment | Posted at 06:45pm via Condolence
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Nancy Maguire

Who would ever have thought that a casual introduction one Sunday afternoon in Wakefield would lead to a lovely courtship, a beautiful wedding, a good marriage, and two wonderful daughters? Jack was a good man, loving husband, and devoted father. Rest in peace, Jack. You will be missed.
Nancy
Comment | Posted at 04:19pm via Condolence
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Jane & Tom Naleway

Jo-Anne and family,
We were very sorry to read about Jack's passing. We remember the times we met for dinner and worked on Karen's Climb many years ago. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
Jane & Tom Naleway
Comment | Posted at 07:25pm via Condolence
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David Delorey

Jack was our club's expert on a number model railroading crafts and produced many videos to pass on his knowledge and techniques to others. He was generaous with his time, very patient and injected a fair amount of humor in his presentations. Most importantly, I enjoyed talking with Jack and hearing his very interesting railroading stories. I will miss his cheerful spirit at the club. He will certainly be missed, but, never forgotten.

David Delorey
PSMRC Vice President & Treasurer
Comment | Posted at 06:34pm via Condolence
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Donald Dillaby

A long time member of the Pepperell Siding Model Railroad Club, Jack will. be missed for his humor and his imparting of knowledge of model railroad electronics to club members as chair of the Technical and Education Committee of the club.

Donald Dillaby
PSMRC President
Comment | Posted at 04:17pm via Condolence
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