John Interval – A Lifelong Lover
John Interval was an incredibly loving and giving husband, father, brother, and uncle. He will be greatly missed.
C.M. ’s family and friends adored him and will miss him always. His death was tragic. Despite the loss, his memory will live on in their hearts and in their memories.
Early Life and Education
A child’s first years of life are critical to their development. During this time, they learn about their social skills, self-esteem and moral outlook as well as cognitive abilities.
Early childhood education is a community-level intervention that has proven to increase maternal employment, reduce child abuse and neglect and improve health outcomes. Despite the benefits, more than 175 million children are not enrolled in quality pre-primary programs around the world.
Fortunately, states are making progress on policies that support high-quality classroom practices. Three have already largely achieved this goal–Alabama, Michigan, and Rhode Island–and two more have taken the lead on expanding enrollment.
He was a Professional Petroleum Geologist and an expert in his field. He was a giving, caring and selfless soul who made close friends throughout his career and earned the respect of so many.
He also was a talented musician who wrote and performed his own songs for over 45 years. He and his band, “Pass the Word,” entertained countless audiences with their musical wizardry.
He was also a dedicated family man and devoted husband, father, brother and uncle. He is survived by his wife of 17 years, Amy; his son, John II and wife Kerri; his brother, Anthony; and several grandchildren. He will be missed greatly by all who knew him. The family of John Interval wishes to thank the many wonderful people who have helped them in their time of need.
John Interval was a selfless, caring and giving individual. He was a Professional Petroleum Geologist, and he was known for his incredible passion for the industry. He was a very dedicated husband, father and brother. He was also a very talented musician who wrote and performed his own songs for more than 40 years. He also loved playing golf and watching the Pittsburgh Steelers.
He is survived by his daughter, C.M.; son, John Interval II and wife Kerri, of Washington; granddaughter, Micall Interval (Fiance Nathan Russo); brothers, Anthony Interval, Jr., of Lawrence, and Dan Clover; and many nieces and nephews. He will be missed very much by all who knew him. He was a loving and caring person who will be sorely missed.