McDonald Keohane Funeral Home 40 Sea Street North Weymouth, MA 0219
Visiting Hours Monday, November 13, 2017, 4-8 PM Celebration of Life Service Tuesday, November 14, 2017 9 AMSt. Mary’s Parish in St. Ann’s Church 208 Samoset Avenue Hull, MA 02045
Funeral Mass Tuesday, November 14, 2017 10 AM All welcome to gather at NBSWC after services
Ford, Joseph W. of Hull, died November 9, 2017.
Joe was born in Boston to the late Ralph and Ellen Ford. He grew up in South Boston, later moving to Hull. He attended South Boston High School and was a graduate of 1961. Joe worked as an electrician for 20 years and was a truck driver for North Coast Seafoods for 33 years. He was a proud member of the Nantasket Beach Salt Water Club of Hull. Joe had a passion for cars, liked to fish, go boating and most of all spend time with his grandson Owen.
Beloved husband of 33 years to Mary G. (McIntyre) Ford of Hull. Loving father of Kerrie-Anne Bonn and her husband Benjamin of Townsend, Christine Dugas of Marion, Joseph Ford of Halifax, Paul Ford of Halifax and Judith Sevino of Weymouth. Proud Granddad of Owen Daniel Bonn. Brother of the late Ralph Ford. Longtime friend of Frank Fay and Ted DeCroce. A special thanks to,the wonderful support of Teddy and Laurel from Hospice of the South Shore and the care given by Norman and Jim Stavis of North Coast Seafoods.
Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the visiting hours on Monday 4-8 PM in the
McDonald Keohane Funeral Home NORTH WEYMOUTH at 40 Sea Street (off Route 3A – Bicknell Square). Relatives and friends will gather in the funeral home at 9 AM on Tuesday prior to the Funeral Mass in St. Mary’s Parish in St. Ann’s Church, Hull at 10 AM. Burial in Hull Village Cemetery, Hull.
The Nantasket Beach Salt Water Club was established over 50 years ago in the historic coastal town of Hull Massachusetts.
All of the members and their guests can enjoy boating along the beautiful Hull coastline, Boston Harbor Islands, and the surrounding waterfront communities.
The Nantasket Beach Salt Water Club encourages new members. The club is always open for people to check out the facility and you will always see a friendly face and enjoy great conversation.
The building that now houses the club was a former post office that, in 1953, was moved from Anastos Corner to Mariners Park in Allerton Harbor.
The club has a function room, rest rooms, phones, a shower, a soda machine, and a bar. It also has a stationary pier with several floating docks that can be used by club members and their guests to access boats that are moored in the bay.
The club function room is available to rent for a $500 (non-member) /$200 (member) fee. . If you wish to rent the Club's function hall for an event, please contact the club Vice President at email@example.com and fill out hall rental agreement below.
To join fill out form below and submit with $50 application fee. No forms will be processed without application fee submitted.