Tewksbury Obituaries

Tewksbury Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Tewksbury, MA

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  • Friday | via Boston Herald 

    Phyllis Hull, of Wakefield, devoted Republican

    Mrs. Hull was employed as a manager at Iotron in Bedford and later as personnel director at MegaPulse in Bedford. She served multiple terms on the Wakefield Board of Selectmen and led a repair of the Veteran's Memorial in Wakefield Center.

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  • Monday Jan 15 | via The Wakefield Daily Item 

    Charles B. McGuire, Sr., 91

    Charles B. McGuire, Sr., a life-long resident of Wakefield, passed away peacefully at Bear Hill Rehabilitation and Nursing Center on January 11, 2018 just short of his 92nd birthday. Charlie was the beloved and devoted husband of wife Veronica from Dublin, with whom he recently celebrated their 60th anniversary.

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  • Thursday Jan 11 | via Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc. 

    Lee Stefan Tellier

    He was born June 21, 1986 in Haverhill, MA, the son of Brian A. Sewasky and Jamie M. Tellier. He was raised and educated in Wilton, NH, and graduated from Wilton Lyndeborough Cooperative High School in 2005.

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  • Tuesday Jan 9 | via Nashua Telegraph 

    George Henry Rancourt Sr.

    George Henry Rancourt, Sr., 80, a Dracut resident, passed away on Friday, January 5, 2018 at Peregrine's Landing, Tewksbury, with his loving family in his presence. He was the beloved husband of Claire B. Rancourt with whom he shared 59 years of marriage.

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  • Dec 17, 2017 | via Boston Herald 

    Beverly Jean Bell, 72, resident of Lowell, formerly ...

    Ms. Bell is survived by two sisters, Dolores Winifred Gorman of Nashua, N.H., and Fern Sirti of New Durham, N.H., and five brothers, Douglas D. of Palm Coast, Fla., Robin R. of Naples, Maine, Thomas B. of Derry, N.H., David R. of Port St. Lucie, Fla., and Joseph "Chubby" Casaletto of Peabody.

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  • Dec 16, 2017 | via Lowell Sun 

    Police mourn beloved K-9, Geox

    Geox, Piccolo's K-9 partner, died unexpectedly Monday after veterinarians discovered an inoperable cancer on his spine, police said in a Thursday press release. The dog served Tewksbury as a police dog for six years, all of them alongside Piccolo, with "distinction and honor," police said.

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  • Dec 14, 2017 | via Lowell Sun 

    Tewksbury police mourning death of K-9, Geox

    Geox, Piccolo's K-9 partner, died unexpectedly Monday after veterinarians discovered an inoperable cancer on his spine, police said in a Thursday press release. The dog served Tewksbury as a police dog for six years, all of them alongside Piccolo, with "distinction and honor," police said.

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  • Dec 9, 2017 | via Boston Herald 

    Ralph A. Donnelly, at 91, of Tewksbury, veteran

    Mr. Donnelly was a civilian employee of the Air Force for 38 years. He retired as a foreman of the motor pool at Hanscom Air Force Base in 1984.

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  • Dec 8, 2017 | via Lowell Sun 

    Hometown aims to preserve memory of Tarentino

    The Tewksbury community wants to keep the memory alive of Officer Ronald Tarentino, who died while working for the Auburn Police Department last May. The Committee to Honor Officer Ronald Tarentino will be hosting a boys varsity basketball game between Tewksbury and Auburn on Friday, Dec. 22 to recognize the Tewksbury native. In 1991, Tarentino graduated from Tewksbury Memorial High School, where he played on the basketball team.

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  • Dec 6, 2017 | via Boston Herald 

    William A. Abbott Jr., 87, resident of Stoneham

    He was employed by Industrial Sales for Metropolitan Pipe for 20 years, Walden Supply for 15 years and F.W. Webb for five years. He enjoyed traveling to Disney World and the Bahamas, cookouts with family and friends, had a great sense of humor and loved spending time working on his lawn and gardening.

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