John Peckham, 50, Tiverton

Posted 11/5/19

John Peckham, 50, of Tiverton, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, October 29, 2019, surrounded by his family.

John was born May 5, 1969, in Newport, Rhode Island, to John S.C. Peckham and Cynthia …

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John Peckham, 50, Tiverton

Posted

John Peckham, 50, of Tiverton, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, October 29, 2019, surrounded by his family.

John was born May 5, 1969, in Newport, Rhode Island, to John S.C. Peckham and Cynthia Peckham.

John was a skilled mason. His artistic ability was evident in the many beautiful brick and stone structures that he created.

John loved the outdoors, as well as hunting, fishing and trapping, which he learned from his dad.

John is survived by his parents, John S.C. Peckham and Cynthia Peckham, of Little Compton, as well as his children, John A.L. Peckham II, Ali S. Peckham, Kyle J. Peckham, Jameson E. Peckham, and Hailey M. Peckham. John is also survived by his siblings, Nicole A.P. Page, and Nadine E. Flowers.

Upon the family’s request, services will be private.

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