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On Monday, December 24, 2018 at Littleton Hospital John Alan Fenoff passed on from this life into Heaven, he was 47 years old. John was born on December 12, 1971 to Pansy M. (Southard) and Donald K. Fenoff in Littleton, NH. He grew up in Lyman and Lisbon, NH and had lived for periods of time in Littleton, Lancaster and most recently Franconia, NH. John was a 1990 graduate of Lisbon Regional High School and though he struggled with health issues throughout his life he brought light to all who loved him. John was a devoted son, a favorite grandson, a loving brother and a cherished uncle. From the time he was a very young boy John was an avid fisherman and enjoyed most when he had company to share his knowledge and tackle with and was always patiently willing to help with dressing the hook and casting the line for those less skilled. He was happiest when outdoors or when helping others, he adored his family and he loved every child and animal he ever met. John was a gentle, kind soul and will be missed greatly. He is survived by his mother Pansy, his three sisters Cynthia J. (Fenoff) McKean, Donna M. (Fenoff) and husband Clifford B. Scovill, and Mary W. (Fenoff) and husband Tony Elie, as well as his nieces and nephews Megan E. McKean, Corey J. McKean and fiancé Heather R. Fillion, May M. Scovill-Twiss, Angel M. (Scovill) and husband Sean L. Tobyne Sr, Clifford J. Scovill, Erin W. Carr-Fenoff, Devon W. Elie, Morgan O. Fenoff and Andrea J. Elie, and his great-nephews Eric J. Brown Jr., James A. Twiss, Tristan L. Riel, Jonathan T. McKean and Sean L. Tobyne Jr.. John is pre-deceased by his father Donald, his paternal grandparents Wyllian G. (Chase) and Winfield E. Fenoff and his maternal grandparents Mary Odell (Nash) and Theodore L. Southard, all of whom we are sure were waiting to welcome him on the other side. We will carry your memory in our hearts John, we love you always.
A private graveside service will be held in the spring at interment at Center Cemetery in Lyman, NH.
In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire, PO Box 3993, Concord, NH 03302-3993 or nhwildlifeheritage.org/donate in John’s honor, in hopes of helping future generations find the joy of fishing and the outdoors that John had.
Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire
PO Box 3993, Concord NH 03302-3993