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On the 10th of May in 2022, John B. McNamara of Plymouth, Massachusetts, unexpectedly passed away at his home at the age of seventy-five. He was the much-loved father of Kevin McNamara and his wife Ashley of Hillsborough, North Carolina, as well as Darren McNamara and his wife Amy of Bellingham, Washington. He was the devoted grandfather of Samantha and Kendyl McNamara, as well as the brother of Rose McNamara and her significant other Jack Dixey of Cotuit, and the uncle of Rob McNamara and his wife Tara. He passed away in Cotuit, Massachusetts.
John McNamara was born in Plymouth on February 20, 1947, to the late John McNamara and the late Marion (Parker) McNamara. His entire childhood was spent in Plymouth, where he attended Plymouth-Carver High School after completing his high school education. After graduating from Bridgewater State College with a degree in history, he worked as a history teacher at Plymouth-Carver High School for a few years before moving on to other endeavors. In addition to his full-time job as a teacher, he held a part-time job as an auto mechanic. Over a period of more than thirty years, John was the proprietor and operator of Samoset Auto Service in Plymouth. Eventually, John decided to leave the teaching profession and embark on a career in the business world. He transitioned into retirement in a measured manner, but he was never able to entirely give up fiddling around the shop. He was extremely enthusiastic about automobiles, particularly his convertible top-equipped 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme. John was a fan of spending time on the water and at the cabin he owned in Naples, Maine. Full Obituary