John Joseph McFadden

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John Joseph McFadden

John Joseph McFadden was a decorated Merchant Marine veteran who served in WWll, Korean War and Vietnam War.
He sailed the sea for 38 years and enjoyed the world…

His last journey will be the best, to meet our missed loved ones in Heaven.

Rest In Peace daddy!

John Joesph McFadden, 96 years old, of Kirkland, Washington, passed away peacefully on September 20th, 2020 from pneumonia. He was born on May 21, 1924 in Pottsville, Pennsylvania to Father John McFadden and Anna Nettles. John and Pearl were married for 67 years.

John was preceded in death by Wife-Pearl Regina McFadden, Son-Micheal McFadden. Brother-Edward McFadden, Sister-Eleanor McFadden. He is survived by Daughters-Catherine McFadden, Sharon McFadden Carroll, Rebecca Anderson. Grandchildren-Christine Thompson, Karen Leckie, Colleen Campbell, Anthony Carroll. Great Grandchildren-Sarah Arrington, Brandon Thompson, Austin Thompson, Dustin Thompson, Emily Chase, Amber Leckie, Allie Campbell, Brendan Campbell, Ryan Campbell, Aidan Carroll, Gabriel Carroll, and Chloe Carroll. Great Great Grandchildren-Owen Arrington and Alissa Arrington.

John loved his family and friends near and far.




2 Responses to “John Joseph McFadden”

  • Christine Thompson says:

    Papa, thank you for being my favorite grandpa! I have many fond memories of you from childhood to adult. Mostly Holiday get togethers, war stories, fishing at Greenlake and going to the horse races. I pray you find peace on the other side with Nanny, and are reunited with loved ones.

  • Laura Jurasin Gunderson says:

    Uncle Johnny always greeted me with a big smile and hug. I’ve lived hours or states away through the years, but when I planned my travels back to the PNW, I always included a visit to see Uncle Johnny & Aunt Pearl. They both meant SO much to me. Knowing their deep faith, I know they are united in heaven.
    My heart and prayers surround the family. May we all find comfort in the memories and his love share with all of us. His spirit now shines bright and new in heaven.

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