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John Chaput
Dec. 2, 1946-Aug. 31, 2013
Menlo Park, California
From Margaret Maughan
Oct. 8, 2013

John was one of the most talented yet modest artists I have known. His pictures always stood out on the St. Raymond's School bulletin boards. He was a quiet and gentle boy and well liked by his classmates in the Class of 1961. R.I.P.

From Linda Green
Sept. 16, 2013

John's presence will be missed on Earth but Heaven gained a very special soul. Prayers and love

From Fred Kennel
Sept. 13, 2013

John was always very nice to us. He was engaging, friendly and interesting to talk to. He was ever so faithful in God. That faithfulness spilled over in his personality. He knew history and appreciated things that people made themselves. We'll miss John. Love, Fred & Deanna Kennel

From linda reyes
Sept. 12, 2013

To my Aunt Rita, I feel so sorry for your loss. I now live in Carmel and haven't been able to attend many of the family functions but I plan to be at the funeral. I miss seeing my true family, it is so good to finally get to know my roots. Lots of Love, Linda( aka Yvonne Cheri)

From JohnMercer
Sept. 12, 2013

Me and John were close buddies during grammar school! Sadly , like so many times, we kind of lost touch after that - me going to M-A after spending a short time at Serra! John was quite an athlete - someone to be looked up to! As I have heard this from many after relaying the news of his passing! I remember when trying out for Babe Ruth Baseball, I was deeply hoping I would be picked by the team "AIA" Why?? Because that was the team John was on! We would have been lasting teammates! Like I said, we slipped away from each other in the passing years! We did have an 8th Grade Reunion and everyone was so glad to see him! I, on occassion, would run into him in downtown Menlo - we would reminesce and laugh of shared experiences! He was a good person with a big heart!!!

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