John Warren Kickham of Worcester, a longtime summer resident of Falmouth, died May 14 following a battle with oral cancer. Mr. Kickham, who was known as Jack, was 66.

He was born in Brookline, the second of 10 children of John W. and Dorothy M. (Callahan) Kickham. He received his education at St. Aidan School, Brookline High School and Northeastern University.

Mr. Kickham and his family spent every summer in Falmouth Heights. He had worked as a bartender at Lawrence’s on Nantucket Avenue, a longtime restaurant popular with the summer community that was eventually torn down in the early 2000s.

He made his home in Worcester, and worked with people in recovery and the organizations that supported them.

Mr. Kickham leaves nine siblings, 10 nieces and nephews, and many cousins.

Burial will be private, with a larger memorial service planned for the future.

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