Stoughton Obituaries

Stoughton Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Stoughton, MA

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  • Tuesday Aug 25 | via Community Advocate Newspaper 

    Charles Lenardson, 64, of Shrewsbury

    Charles Lenardson, 64, of Shrewsbury, passed away Sunday, Aug. 16, 2015. He leaves his wife of 24 years, Amy, and their two sons, Adrian, 22, and Eli, 18. He is also is survived by Susan Lewis and her husband Robert of Henniker, N.H., Janet Dexter and her husband Frederick of Northborough, and Jon Kniskern and his wife Crystal of Stoughton, and several nieces, nephews and grand nieces and nephews.

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  • Monday Aug 17 | via SouthCoastToday.com 

    Enes V. Lynch, 100

    Enes V. Lynch, of Stoughton, age 100, August 15, 2015. Devoted wife of the late Gordon J. Lynch for 68 years.

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  • Saturday Aug 15 | via Boston Herald 

    Dante Picciano, at 90, a of Stoughton, carpenter

    Dante Picciano of Stoughton, formerly of Bridgewater, a retired carpenter, died Wednesday at Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton.

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  • Thursday Aug 6 | via SouthCoastToday.com 

    George P. Tracey, 64

    George P. Tracey, 64, a resident of Brockton, died at Morton Hospital in Taunton on Tuesday, July 28, 2015 after a period of failing health. Son of the late Joseph J. and Ruth E. Tracey, he was born in Brockton and raised in Stoughton.

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  • Thursday Aug 6 | via The China Post 

    Forrest Bird, inventor of 'Model T' of respirators, ...

    Forrest Bird, an inventor whose medical respirators breathed life back into millions of patients around the world, has died. He was 94. His wife, Pamela Bird, said he died Sunday morning of natural causes at their northern Idaho home in Sagle, a base from which he traveled extensively around the world and was often recognized due to his 6-foot-4 height and unique, double-framed, flip-up glasses.

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  • Monday Aug 3 | via Los Angeles Times 

    Forrest Bird dies at 94; inventor of medical respirator

    Forrest Bird, an inventor whose medical respirators breathed life back into millions of patients around the world, has died. He was 94. Bird is credited with creating the first low-cost, reliable medical respirators in the 1950s.

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  • Monday Aug 3 | via Washington Times 

    Forrest Bird, inventor of medical respirators, dies ...

    Forrest Bird, an inventor whose medical respirators breathed life back into millions of patients around the world, has died. He was 94. His wife, Pamela Bird, said he died Sunday morning of natural causes at their northern Idaho home in Sagle, a base from which he traveled extensively around the world and was often recognized due to his 6-foot-4 height and unique, double-framed, flip-up glasses.

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