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Kane Robert J Funeral Home and Cremation Services

605 Washington Street
South Easton, MA 02760
(508) 238-4269
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Friends: Easton victim would want smiles, not sadness, at service - Enterprise News

Monday, January 23, 2017

ENTEASTON – Students stood huddled together on the porch to the funeral home Thursday afternoon – many hugging and some wearing red in memory of a late classmate.Hundreds gathered in South Easton for the wake of William R. Fleming, 58, and Robert W. Fleming, 17, at the Kane Funeral Home.The father and son died last Friday evening as a result of injuries they suffered in a two-vehicle, head-on collision near 575 Depot St. Robert Fleming’s girlfriend, 17-year-old Kayleigh Elizabeth DesRosiers, who was in the back seat of the Chevrolet HHR with him, also died in the crash.While many consoled each other after paying their respects to the Flemings, the mood wasn’t as somber as most wakes – and friends said that’s exactly how Robert Fleming would have wanted it.“He could always make me laugh. He was always cracking jokes no matter what,” said Jeremy Tammelleo, a 16-year-old junior classmate who was in Robert Fleming’s Latin class all three years. “It’s not overly sad, because that’s not how he would have wanted it.”His Latin teacher, Rebecca Gove, wore a red shirt to the wake in her student’s memory. “Flemm,” as all his friends called him, would wear a red hooded sweatshirt every day. And, fittingly, she said, he is being buried in that same sweatshirt.“He always wore his red hoodie, so whenever you saw that, you knew it was him,” Gove said outside the funeral home. “H...

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Friends: Easton victim would want smiles, not sadness, at service - Enterprise News

Monday, January 23, 2017

ENTEASTON – Students stood huddled together on the porch to the funeral home Thursday afternoon – many hugging and some wearing red in memory of a late classmate.Hundreds gathered in South Easton for the wake of William R. Fleming, 58, and Robert W. Fleming, 17, at the Kane Funeral Home.The father and son died last Friday evening as a result of injuries they suffered in a two-vehicle, head-on collision near 575 Depot St. Robert Fleming’s girlfriend, 17-year-old Kayleigh Elizabeth DesRosiers, who was in the back seat of the Chevrolet HHR with him, also died in the crash.While many consoled each other after paying their respects to the Flemings, the mood wasn’t as somber as most wakes – and friends said that’s exactly how Robert Fleming would have wanted it.“He could always make me laugh. He was always cracking jokes no matter what,” said Jeremy Tammelleo, a 16-year-old junior classmate who was in Robert Fleming’s Latin class all three years. “It’s not overly sad, because that’s not how he would have wanted it.”His Latin teacher, Rebecca Gove, wore a red shirt to the wake in her student’s memory. “Flemm,” as all his friends called him, would wear a red hooded sweatshirt every day. And, fittingly, she said, he is being buried in that same sweatshirt.“He always wore his red hoodie, so whenever you saw that, you knew it was him,” Gove said outside the funeral home. “H...