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John R. Jaynes, Jr.

John R. Jaynes, Jr.

John R. Jaynes, Jr.

Family & friends are invited to attend a Memorial Service on Saturday, February 8th, from 11 to 3 p.m. At the Point of Pines Yacht Club, 28 Rice Ave., Revere forJohn R. Jaynes, Jr., who died unexpectedly, on Tuesday, January 28th,  at 68 years, in his Revere home, following a long illness; John was born and raised in Boston, where he attended Boston Public Schools.  He was an alumnus of the  graduating Class of 1963.  Shortly after graduation, he worked various jobs, before beginning his career with Raytheon.  He his career began at an entry level position and he worked his way up through the years to an “Inventory Specialists”.  Along with his title, he had to have a “High Security Clearance” working on Top Secret projects for the government that he could never divulge any information to anyone but his colleagues, working by his side.  John enjoyed his work and time he spent at Raytheon; he was a member of the “Raytheon Bowling League”.  When he wasn’t working he would often spend time fishing in Maine at Sebago Lake, but above of all his favorite thing that he loved to do was spending time with his family. John was a known as a dedicated family man. He is the devoted husband to Jo-Anne (Allen) Jaynes, of which they shared 45 years of marriage.  He is the cherished father of, Lauri-Anne Jaynes of Haverhill, Sean M. Jaynes & his wife Misty of Brookline and Carrie-Anne Jaynes of East Boston, he is the loving grandfather of Noah Jaynes of Revere and 9 other grandchildren and one great granddaughter Trinity Jaynes.  He is the beloved brother of the late, Edmond Jaynes, Frances Jones & Robert Jaynes.  He is also lovingly survived by his mother in law, Dorothy Allen of Revere, and many nieces & nephews. .In Lieu of flowers remembrances may be made directly to the Jaynes Family.  For more information visit www. vertuccioandsmith.com

Services

The Family will announce a Memorial Service at a later date.

In Lieu of flowers remembrances may be made directly to the Jaynes Family.  For more information visit www. vertuccioandsmith.com

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