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  1. A natural born priest who lifted the hearts of his parishioners. He was so much fun and always so inviting- parish life with him was a treasure. Thank you for writing such nice words about this man who was very much loved and admired here at Holy Family Church in East Taunton.

  2. Fr. Jay:
    Our sincere condolences on the loss of a great priest and your good friend.

    Warm regards,
    Jeannie and Michael Veegh

  3. Father Almeida baptized my husband. My husband was in tears reading about his death. All I can imagine is Father Almeida arriving in heaven and being given the keys to a really fast chariot. He’s probably driving St. Peter around right now, but St. Peter now needs a crash helmet. That man had a need for speed!

  4. I was a close friend of Fr Almedia. We traveled to Spain with him. Today my daughter who lives in London had a baby boy. 8lbs 6ozs. She called me to tell me so of course I asked his name. Imagine my surprise when she said George. I asked why George. She said it was a strong name they didn’t know anyone named George and they liked it. Then I told her about Fr Almedia.

  5. I used to go to his Daily Mass on the Naval Base until the powers to be decided that daily Masses were unnecessary. He would always hear my confessions before or after Mass, and always had words of hope for me. He exuded such a stong Marian devotion that never failed to get you ready to tackle the day in a better frame of mind. He will be sorely missed, by me, and my wife Susan, but God decided that he was needed more by Him than by us. Father, Rest in Peace.

  6. My Memory of Father (Saint) George Almeida

    Father George, a very good priest, former USS Midway sailor, former
    Priest/Chaplain of Naval Station Newport will be missed by thousands of people he touched during his humble ministry in the US and around the world.

    Father George will be remembered for his “winning smile” for all hands.
    He dedicated over three years ministering, serving, and helping
    our Naval Academy Preparatory School and Officer Candidate School and all students needing his services at Naval Station Newport in 2009-2012.
    He was always available to say the Mass at Chapel of Hope even during stormy weathers in New England.

    Newport friends and I had a rare privilege of having “the Last Supper” with Father George on Jan 9, 2012 in Fall River, MA. Father George was a blessing to me and to myriads of people he met in the journey. I will miss Father George, but will see him and Father Dennis Rocheford in heaven someday. Rest in Peace my fellow faithful servant of God. Brother in Christ, Chaplain Don Biadog, Jr.

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