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| IN MEMORIAM
Mr. Ronald Brown, 64, of Hopkinton MA and formerly of Milford MA, died unexpectedly on Tuesday (February 3, 2015) at his residence.
He was the beloved husband of Carla (Barberi) Brown. Mr. Brown was born in Milford MA, the son of the late Henry and the late Josephine (Arcudi) Brown. He was a graduate of Milford High School, Class of 1969.
Mr. Brown had been employed for 32 years for the New England Telephone Company. He also served as a member of the US Army National Guard from 1969 to 1975. Along with his beloved wife Carla, he is survived by 1 Daughter: Allison Brown of Mendon MA; 3 Granddaughters: Lauren Elizabeth Brugger, Megan Eden Gassett and Calliope Jade Christensen; 3 Brothers: Henry Brown of Newport RI, David Brown of Leesburg FL and Thomas Brown of Milford MA; 1 Sister: Jeannette Thomas of Milford MA; several aunts, uncles & cousins. He was the brother of the late Gary Brown.
A Private Funeral Service will be held at the convenience of the family and burial will follow in Sacred Heart Cemetery in Milford MA. Relatives & friends are invited to express their condolences on Wednesday evening (February 11th) from 4pm to 7pm at the Edwards Memorial Funeral Home, 44 Congress Street, Milford MA. Please visit www.edwards memorialfuneralhome.com for complete obituary & condolence book.
Baci, James M. 63 of West Dennis died unexpectedly Monday January 26, 2015, after a brief illness. Born and raised in Milford, James was the son of the late Mariano and Ceceila Baci. He was a 1969 graduate of Milford High School. James was employed as a salesperson at Macrae Provisions, his extended family, where he nurtured his clients and was loved by all. He was a passionate artist and photographer and shared that passion with his children.
He was extremely proud of his son, Daniel for pursuing his career in photography and lived vicariously through his success. He was a great music buff and in his younger days in Milford, traveled with the Strongheart band, whose band members were the greatest of friends. And of course, he was an avid New England Sports fan. James is lovingly remembered by his soul mate of many years, KarenVaretimos, with whom he shared a love for animals, namely their dogs, Chubetta and Bella. He is also survived by his daughter, his sunshine, Leah Souther, and her husband, Jared, whom he loved like a son, of South Yarmouth; his son, Daniel Baci and his wife, Sontana of Phuket, Thailand; and by many uncles, aunts, cousins, a niece, and a nephew. In addition to his parents, James was predeceased by a sister, Jean Marie Cabral. He will be greatly missed.
Visiting hours will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. Friday February 6 in the Hallett Funeral Home, 273 Station Ave., South Yarmouth. www.hallettfuneralhome.com. Interment will be private. As an expression of sympathy, please make memorial contributions to the Colon Cancer Alliance, 1025 Vermont Ave, NW, Suite 1066, Washington, DC 20005 www.ccalliance.org. -
Brian P. O'Neill
February 9, 2013
The new year brought another loss to the Class of 1969 as we learned of the passing of Brian O'Neill. Well-liked by all, Brian will be greatly missed.
Mr. Brian P. O'Neill, 62, of Milford died unexpectedly Saturday (February 9, 2013) at the Milford Regional Medical Center after being stricken at his business. Mr. ONeill was born in Milford MA, the son of the late T. Vincent and the late Helen L. (Provost) O'Neill. He was a graduate of Milford High School, Class of 1969. He also was a graduate of Worcester Trade School, Class of 1971 where he studied auto mechanics. Mr. O'Neill began his long career involved in the automobile industry at the former Yaz Motors in Milford where he worked as an auto mechanic. He later was employed as a limousine chauffeur for the original Yaz Limousine Service, located in Milford. Following that he was employed as an assistant parts manager at the former King Ford dealership located in Milford. Lastly, he has owned and operated O'Neill Limousine Service here in Milford for over the past twenty-five years, until his untimely death. He also worked as a funeral assistant and limousine chauffeur for many funeral homes in the greater Milford area and Worcester county for many years. Mr. O'Neill had an interest in automobiles since an early childhood. He owned and restored and sold numerous antique cars over the past thirty years, many of which were entered into various car shows and were the recipient of numerous awards and trophies. He loved to make the annual trip with friends to the car shows in Carlisle PA and Hershey PA, as well as other shows located throughout New England. He was a longtime member of the Tri-Town Street Rods Club here in Milford. Mr. O'Neill is survived by 1 Sister: Sheila, wife of Joseph Curran of Uxbridge MA; 3 Brothers: Terrence O'Neill and his wife YongHui of Milford MA, Thomas O'Neill of Milford MA and William O'Neill and his wife Sandra of Winchendon MA; 7 nieces and 3 nephews who thought the world of him. Mr. O'Neill was the brother of the late Michael ONeill of Worcester MA, who died in 2002. His funeral will be held Friday (February 15th) at 9AM from the Edwards Memorial Funeral Home, 44 Congress Street, Milford MA followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 10AM in St. Mary of the Assumption Church, 19 Winter Street, Milford MA. Burial will follow in St. Marys Cemetery in Milford MA. Visiting hours will be Thursday (Feb 14th) from 4pm to7pm. Please visit www.edwardsmemorialfuneralhome.com for condolence book. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to The St. Marys Church Beautification Fund, c/o St. Marys Church Offices, 17 Winter Street, Milford MA 01757 or to the charity of ones choice.
Jan 04, 2013
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our dear classmate, Jimmy Kellett. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.