John McGonagle Obituary, Death – We are saddened to inform our Seacoast Harley-Davidson family about the passing of our great friend John McGonagle, and it is with heavy hearts that we do so. Our Seacoast Harley-Davidson family is grieved to learn of his passing. John is well-known and recognized by a large number of people as a result of the numerous accomplishments he has achieved throughout his life. Some of these accomplishments include his service in the Marine Corps, his success in business, his devotion to Hebron Academy and Colgate University, his role as a loyal friend and mentor, his interest in motorcycles, hockey, history, and travel, and the list continues on.

On John’s resume, you will find that he has accomplished a number of different things. His time spent as the owner of Seacoast Harley-Davidson, which began in 1989 and lasted until 2014, is largely responsible for him being one of the most well-known people in this area. His stay there lasted until 2014. Because he had been interested in bikes for his whole life, he made the decision to buy a motorcycle dealership that had only six workers when it initially opened its doors. Under his leadership, the dealership grew, eventually becoming not just one but two of the most successful Harley-Davidson stores in all of New England: Seacoast H-D & H-D Rochester and Boston H-D. His early years were spent cultivating what would become a lifetime interest in motorbikes.

We are in a state of inexplicable disbelief, and we are going to miss his guidance and friendship on a day-to-day basis an incredible amount. While we are going through this trying time together, we want the other members of the Team, as well as John’s family and friends, to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers. I hope that you are able to find the most profound and long-lasting peace possible for yourself. To the day that we see each other again, we are going to reminisce about all of the good moments we’ve had together and chat about how much fun those times were.