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Clancy-Lucid Funeral Home

100 Washington Street
Weymouth, MA 02188
(781) 337-1414
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Mcdonald Keohane Funeral Home

809 Main Street
Weymouth, MA 02190
(781) 335-0045
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339 Washington Street
Weymouth, MA 02188
(781) 337-4799
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Julie A. McGrath - Nantucket Island Inquirer

Monday, June 19, 2017

WEYMOUTH - McGrath, Julie A. of Weymouth, formerly of Quincy and Sharon, died suddenly May 27, 2017.Julie was most proud of being a mother to Melanie and grandmother to Savannah. She was passionate about riding her motorcycle and loved the feeling of the wind in her face. Julie enjoyed walking along the beach, trips to the Cape and spending time with her family and friends. Julie will be remembered for her great laugh and sense of humor. She loved music and attending concerts. Julie supported environmental issues, particularly saving the wolves and other animals.Beloved mother of the late Melanie McGrath and grandmother to Savannah McIver, and great grandmother to Hunter Ryan Waterman, both of Abington. Cherished daughter of Jeanne (Poblenz) McGrath of S. Yarmouth and the late Richard McGrath. Loving sister of Richard McGrath of Weymouth, Timothy McGrath of Wrentham, Colleen McGrath of Pembroke, and Terrence McGrath of S. Yarmouth.Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to atten...

Funeral services set for former Brockton chief Bob Hayden - Enterprise News

Monday, March 27, 2017

Saturday morning.People can pay their respects to Hayden from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, at the McDonald Keohane Funeral Home, at 809 Main St., in Weymouth. A funeral service will be held at the same location at 11 a.m. Thursday. He will be buried in the Cedar Grove Cemetery in Boston.“He was one of the greatest men I ever met in my life,” Brockton Mayor Bill Carpenter told The Enterprise. “He was one of a kind. He meant the world to me. He was the only guy I ever met that could be the toughest guy and the most compassionate guy in the room at the same time. He was always the toughest guy in the room, but I think anyone that knew him well knew how big his heart was.”Hayden grew up in Dorchester and decided to follow in the footsteps of his father, who was a Boston police patrolman and detective. He started as a patrolman with the Boston Police Department in 1966 and stayed there for 28 years, leaving as the deputy superintendent.He then took the top job in Lawrence, becoming the department’s chief. Hayden spent three years there and arrests increased by more than 700 percent per year before he left.Hayden then went on to work for the state as an undersecretary for public safety and then the assistant general manager of safety for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority.But his heart was always as a police officer.“He didn’t care about job titles. He told me more than once that the only title he ever had in law enforcement that meant anything to him was patrolman,” Carpenter said. “No matter if he was the chief or whatever he was doing, he never stopped being a patrolman. He was a cop’s cop.”And that undying passion led him straight to Brockton. Hayden was 71 years old and undergoing treatment for advanced prostate cancer for more than four years, but he found himself behind the chief’s desk at 7 ...

Rockland police log, Jan. 9-15 - Wicked Local Rockland

Monday, February 20, 2017

A suspicious person was reported on Central Street. The party was taken into protective custody.8:15 p.m.: A disturbance was reported on Union Street.10:29 p.m.: Police arrested a 37-year-old Weymouth man on VFW Drive, who was charged with disorderly conduct, threatening to commit a crime and assault and battery on a police officer.Saturday, Jan. 141:21 p.m.: Suspicious activity was reported on Spruce Street. A police search of the area was negative.1:52 p.m.: A motor vehicle accident was reported on Centre Avenue. Papers were exchanged.6:06 p.m.: A suspicious person was reported on Centre Avenue. A police search of the area was negative.7:41 p.m.: A burglar alarm was reported on Union Street. Police checked OK. 10 p.m.: An unwanted guest was reported at Players Sports Bar on VFW Drive.10:51 p.m.: An unwanted guest was reported at Players Sports Bar on VFW Drive. The party was taken into protective custody.Sunday, Jan. 151:20 a.m.: On East Water Street, police arrested A 21-year-old Stoughton woman, who was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, assault and battery and breaking and entering with intent to commit a felony, and a 24-year-old Lexington woman, who was charged with breaking and entering.11:48 a.m.: Malicious damage to a motor vehicle was reported on East Water Street.12:30 p.m.: A burglar alarm was reported on Union Street. Police checked and secured the property.2:50 p.m.: A burglar alarm was reported on Reservoir Park Drive. Police checked OK.6:31 p.m.: Leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident was reported on Highland Street.9:01 p.m.: A motor vehicle accident was reported on Webster Street. Papers were exchanged.10:41 p.m.: Suspicious activity was reported on Winter Circle.10:44 p.m.: A suspicious motor vehicle was reported on Hingham Street.10:47 p.m.: Motor vehicle theft was reported at Sullivan Funeral Home on East Water Street.11:13 p.m.: A disturbance was reported on Webster Street.11:20 p.m.: A burglar alarm was reported on Church Street.11:26 p.m.: Suspicious activity was reported on Liberty Street at Custer Street.

William Griffin Obituary - The Local Ne.ws

Monday, February 06, 2017

William F. Griffin, 75, husband of Carole A. (Fitz) Griffin, died unexpectedly after a brief illness on Sunday evening, January 29, 2017, at the South Shore Hospital in Weymouth, surrounded by his wife and children.Born in Boston on December 5, 1941, he was the son of the late Thomas J. and Elsie E. (Lundgren) Griffin.Mr. Griffin served in the U.S. Navy, retiring after a 20-year career. He then managed quality control as a QA Engineer Supervisor at the Foxboro Company until his retirement.Mr. Griffin greatly enjoyed the outdoors, gardening at his home in Plymouth, wintering in Pompano Beach, Florida, and traveling to Hawaii.He was devoted to his family as a husband, father, and “Papa,” and spent the majority of his time with his wife, children, and grandchildren.Mr. Griffin is survived by his wife, Carole, of Plymouth, and their three children: Kimberly Griffin-Bosworth and her husband, Sean Bosworth, of Quincy; William F. Griffin, Jr. and his wife, Kathy Aparo-Griffin, of Deland, Florida; and Steven Griffin and his wife, Raquel Griffin, of Franklin; four grandchildren: William F. Griffin III and Isabella Griffin, both of Deland, Florida; and Ella Gri...

Natalie Caron, 32 - The Sun Chronicle

Monday, January 30, 2017

Olivia. Cuddling with Olivia was Natalie's greatest joy. Natalie was a bright light in so many lives and she will never be forgotten.Loving daughter of John P. Caron of Weymouth and Kimberly Fitzgerald of Kentucky. Loving sister of John Caron, Sarah Caron, both of Rockland, and Ian Boshell of Kentucky. Also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the visiting hours on Friday 4-8 p.m. in the McDonald Keohane Funeral Home, South Weymouth at 809 Main St. (Route 18 opposing South Shore Hospital). A service in celebration of Natalie's life will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday in the funeral home.A scholarship fund in Olivia's name is being established. Details will be posted at www.keohane.com, where you will also find directions and online condolences; or call 781-335-0045.

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Julie A. McGrath - Nantucket Island Inquirer

Monday, June 19, 2017

WEYMOUTH - McGrath, Julie A. of Weymouth, formerly of Quincy and Sharon, died suddenly May 27, 2017.Julie was most proud of being a mother to Melanie and grandmother to Savannah. She was passionate about riding her motorcycle and loved the feeling of the wind in her face. Julie enjoyed walking along the beach, trips to the Cape and spending time with her family and friends. Julie will be remembered for her great laugh and sense of humor. She loved music and attending concerts. Julie supported environmental issues, particularly saving the wolves and other animals.Beloved mother of the late Melanie McGrath and grandmother to Savannah McIver, and great grandmother to Hunter Ryan Waterman, both of Abington. Cherished daughter of Jeanne (Poblenz) McGrath of S. Yarmouth and the late Richard McGrath. Loving sister of Richard McGrath of Weymouth, Timothy McGrath of Wrentham, Colleen McGrath of Pembroke, and Terrence McGrath of S. Yarmouth.Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to atten...

Funeral services set for former Brockton chief Bob Hayden - Enterprise News

Monday, March 27, 2017

Saturday morning.People can pay their respects to Hayden from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, at the McDonald Keohane Funeral Home, at 809 Main St., in Weymouth. A funeral service will be held at the same location at 11 a.m. Thursday. He will be buried in the Cedar Grove Cemetery in Boston.“He was one of the greatest men I ever met in my life,” Brockton Mayor Bill Carpenter told The Enterprise. “He was one of a kind. He meant the world to me. He was the only guy I ever met that could be the toughest guy and the most compassionate guy in the room at the same time. He was always the toughest guy in the room, but I think anyone that knew him well knew how big his heart was.”Hayden grew up in Dorchester and decided to follow in the footsteps of his father, who was a Boston police patrolman and detective. He started as a patrolman with the Boston Police Department in 1966 and stayed there for 28 years, leaving as the deputy superintendent.He then took the top job in Lawrence, becoming the department’s chief. Hayden spent three years there and arrests increased by more than 700 percent per year before he left.Hayden then went on to work for the state as an undersecretary for public safety and then the assistant general manager of safety for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority.But his heart was always as a police officer.“He didn’t care about job titles. He told me more than once that the only title he ever had in law enforcement that meant anything to him was patrolman,” Carpenter said. “No matter if he was the chief or whatever he was doing, he never stopped being a patrolman. He was a cop’s cop.”And that undying passion led him straight to Brockton. Hayden was 71 years old and undergoing treatment for advanced prostate cancer for more than four years, but he found himself behind the chief’s desk at 7 ...

Rockland police log, Jan. 9-15 - Wicked Local Rockland

Monday, February 20, 2017

A suspicious person was reported on Central Street. The party was taken into protective custody.8:15 p.m.: A disturbance was reported on Union Street.10:29 p.m.: Police arrested a 37-year-old Weymouth man on VFW Drive, who was charged with disorderly conduct, threatening to commit a crime and assault and battery on a police officer.Saturday, Jan. 141:21 p.m.: Suspicious activity was reported on Spruce Street. A police search of the area was negative.1:52 p.m.: A motor vehicle accident was reported on Centre Avenue. Papers were exchanged.6:06 p.m.: A suspicious person was reported on Centre Avenue. A police search of the area was negative.7:41 p.m.: A burglar alarm was reported on Union Street. Police checked OK. 10 p.m.: An unwanted guest was reported at Players Sports Bar on VFW Drive.10:51 p.m.: An unwanted guest was reported at Players Sports Bar on VFW Drive. The party was taken into protective custody.Sunday, Jan. 151:20 a.m.: On East Water Street, police arrested A 21-year-old Stoughton woman, who was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, assault and battery and breaking and entering with intent to commit a felony, and a 24-year-old Lexington woman, who was charged with breaking and entering.11:48 a.m.: Malicious damage to a motor vehicle was reported on East Water Street.12:30 p.m.: A burglar alarm was reported on Union Street. Police checked and secured the property.2:50 p.m.: A burglar alarm was reported on Reservoir Park Drive. Police checked OK.6:31 p.m.: Leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident was reported on Highland Street.9:01 p.m.: A motor vehicle accident was reported on Webster Street. Papers were exchanged.10:41 p.m.: Suspicious activity was reported on Winter Circle.10:44 p.m.: A suspicious motor vehicle was reported on Hingham Street.10:47 p.m.: Motor vehicle theft was reported at Sullivan Funeral Home on East Water Street.11:13 p.m.: A disturbance was reported on Webster Street.11:20 p.m.: A burglar alarm was reported on Church Street.11:26 p.m.: Suspicious activity was reported on Liberty Street at Custer Street.

William Griffin Obituary - The Local Ne.ws

Monday, February 06, 2017

William F. Griffin, 75, husband of Carole A. (Fitz) Griffin, died unexpectedly after a brief illness on Sunday evening, January 29, 2017, at the South Shore Hospital in Weymouth, surrounded by his wife and children.Born in Boston on December 5, 1941, he was the son of the late Thomas J. and Elsie E. (Lundgren) Griffin.Mr. Griffin served in the U.S. Navy, retiring after a 20-year career. He then managed quality control as a QA Engineer Supervisor at the Foxboro Company until his retirement.Mr. Griffin greatly enjoyed the outdoors, gardening at his home in Plymouth, wintering in Pompano Beach, Florida, and traveling to Hawaii.He was devoted to his family as a husband, father, and “Papa,” and spent the majority of his time with his wife, children, and grandchildren.Mr. Griffin is survived by his wife, Carole, of Plymouth, and their three children: Kimberly Griffin-Bosworth and her husband, Sean Bosworth, of Quincy; William F. Griffin, Jr. and his wife, Kathy Aparo-Griffin, of Deland, Florida; and Steven Griffin and his wife, Raquel Griffin, of Franklin; four grandchildren: William F. Griffin III and Isabella Griffin, both of Deland, Florida; and Ella Gri...

Natalie Caron, 32 - The Sun Chronicle

Monday, January 30, 2017

Olivia. Cuddling with Olivia was Natalie's greatest joy. Natalie was a bright light in so many lives and she will never be forgotten.Loving daughter of John P. Caron of Weymouth and Kimberly Fitzgerald of Kentucky. Loving sister of John Caron, Sarah Caron, both of Rockland, and Ian Boshell of Kentucky. Also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the visiting hours on Friday 4-8 p.m. in the McDonald Keohane Funeral Home, South Weymouth at 809 Main St. (Route 18 opposing South Shore Hospital). A service in celebration of Natalie's life will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday in the funeral home.A scholarship fund in Olivia's name is being established. Details will be posted at www.keohane.com, where you will also find directions and online condolences; or call 781-335-0045.