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“I miss you ”
1 of 7 | Posted by: susan bates - chelsea, MA

“john I really miss you we had a lot of good times I remember when we met @ 14 bloomingdale ”
2 of 7 | Posted by: susan bates - chelsea, MA

“I will miss u uncle John remember all the happy times growing up. And all the great time on all the holidays with the whole family together. Love u...Read More ยป
3 of 7 | Posted by: Donna Fineberg - Salem, MA

“I miss you ”
4 of 7 | Posted by: Susan Bates - MA - Friend

“John may you Rest in Peace. I will always remember all the great times we had on the holidays. My heart goes out to all of John's family. Love, Laura ”
5 of 7 | Posted by: Laura Covino - Chelsea, MA

“He was the .most polite man I had met at Chelsea village apartments....HE was the first person to say hi when I moved in...I will miss him....Grace... ”
6 of 7 | Posted by: Grace Pasquariello - Chelsea, MA

“Rip john i will never forget all the laughs we had on maverick st ”
7 of 7 | Posted by: Judy Starke - Gardner, MA

COVINO, John J.- Of Chelsea, August 26th. Devoted son of the late Nicholas and Elizabeth (Hill) Covino. Beloved brother of Anthony T. Covino and his wife Donna of Winthrop and the late Bernard Covino and his surviving wife Laura of Chelsea and Rosemarie Pawlak and her late husband John. Lovingly survived by many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. At his request, all services will be private. Expressions of sympathy in lieu of flowers may be made to the American Kidney Fund at

A lifelong Chelsea resident who received his education the Chelsea School System, John, at 67 years of age, passed away early Saturday morning at the Massachusetts General Hospital after a long, extend battle with kidney disease. An avid supporter of the Boston Red Sox and a lover of Oldies music, during his working years, which preceded his years of illness, John worked at the Chelsea Memorial Hospital in the kitchen for over 10 years and after it's closing worked for another number of years in the shipping and receiving department at Standard Box Company. In his spare time, he enjoyed the his friends and the social events the St. Andrews, BBC club.