John Bilotas Obituary Death – We regret to tell you of the passing of retired paramedic John Bilotas, also known by his call sign Medic 141. It is with great sadness that we must share this news with you. Our hearts go out to you as we share this news with you since we are deeply sorry about the situation. Please accept our deepest condolences on behalf of both the Chief of the Department and the Executive board of the BPPA-EMS Division.
We are truly sorry for the loss of a loved one. We would like to take this opportunity to show our thanks to John for the many years that he has spent leading the Boston Laborers Union and for the many years that he has spent serving the people of Boston. Both of these endeavors have taken a significant amount of time and effort on John’s part. John has invested a substantial amount of his time and effort into both of these pursuits.
Everyone will have a warm and fuzzy feeling when they think back on John because he made such a positive impact on their life and because he left behind such a lovely legacy for them to carry on. In this trying time, we want John’s family and friends to know that they are in our thoughts and that we are thinking about them. We want them to know that we are thinking about them.
Additionally, we would like to convey to them that they are in our thoughts constantly. There is not yet a determination that has been made regarding the preparations that will be made for the funeral, as there has not yet been a choice made. John, from our current vantage point, we are keeping a close eye on how the issue is progressing so that we can respond appropriately. There is absolutely no need for anxiety about anything at all.