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Cantillon Edward J III Funeral Director

263 Main Street
Woburn, MA 01801
(781) 933-0400
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Cox PATK J and Sons Funeral DIRS

14 Highland Street
Woburn, MA 01801
(781) 933-0340
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Graham Funeral Home

3 Arlington Road
Woburn, MA 01801
(781) 933-1324
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Lynch Cantillon Funeral Home

263 Main Street
Woburn, MA 01801
(781) 933-0400
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Mclaughlin-Dello Russo Funeral Home

60 Pleasant Street
Woburn, MA 01801
(781) 933-0083
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Woburn MA Obituaries and Death Notices

Kenneth Donnelly

Saturday, April 08, 2017

April 2nd surrounded by his family, from a brain tumor he had courageously battled for 8 months. Senator Donnelly represented the 4th Middlesex district including Arlington, Burlington, Billerica, Woburn and Lexington, precincts 1, 2, and 4 thru 7. Prior to serving in the Massachusetts Senate, Senator Donnelly was a firefighter for 37 years in the Town of Lexington, and legislative agent and the secretary treasurer of the Professional Firefighters of Massachusetts. Senator Donnelly leaves behind his loving wife of 47 years, Judy; his beloved children Ryan and his wife Sabrina, Keith and his wife Melissa, and Brenna and her husband Jason; his 5 grandchildren Luke, Jonah, Coben, Jack and Layla; his brothers Paul, Rusty and John and the late Albert and Steven; sisters and brothers-in law; nieces and nephews; and a large extended family and group of friends who loved and admired him. Ken was happiest when cooking for his family and friends with his daughter Brenna, hiking the white mountains with Ryan, watching and playing sports with Keith, traveling across the country with his wife Judy, and spending time with his grandchildren in his favorite spots in New Hampshire and Maine. He was an avid reader of history and historical fiction, and had a passion for poli...

Vincent Natale

Monday, February 27, 2017

Natale, Vincent A. III, of Billerica, formerly of Arlington, February 17, beloved son of Vincent A. Jr, and Ruth L (Goss) Natale, brother of Linda Natale of Woburn, and uncle of Téa Natale of Woburn. He is survived by aunts, uncles, cousins, and his bearded dragon Willie.Funeral from The DeVito Funeral Home 1145 Mass Avenue ARLINGTON Saturday morning at 9:00 followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00 in St. Eulalia Church, Winchester. Visiting at the funeral home on Friday 4:00 to 8:00pm. Vincent was born in Arlington and graduated from Arlington High School in 1987. He was an expert craftsman and successful business owner of a hardwood flooring business for many years. Recently deciding to make a career change, he was currently attending the Peterson School in Woburn studying facilities management. A talented musician, Vincent played guitar since the age of 12, and he loved to fish. While he had a love for all animals, reptiles were his passion. He always made room for one more snake or lizard at home. Vincent was an extraordinary son, brother, uncle, and friend with a generosity of spirit. He always had a helping hand to lend...

Robert Flynn, Longtime Mechanic And Machinist, Dies At 81 - Patch.com

Monday, February 20, 2017

Carole A. (Santoro) Flynn for over 48 years and was the son of the late Rose A. (Cassidy) and John F. Flynn, of Concord and Acton.Mr. Flynn was raised and educated in Woburn and the Boston area and attended Wentworth Institute evenings for five years. He was employed as an auto mechanic & machinist for several years at area companies, including RCA and Auto Engineering, before working for himself, followed by over 22 years as a mechanical technician at Digital Equipment Corporation from which he retired. Bob could successfully turn his hand to many tasks, as evidenced by the tremendous amount of renovations he did on the antique home he purchased prior to marriage. He was a life-long enthusiast of antique automobiles and Classic cars and was very knowledgeable on most makes. He also enjoyed classic movies and many types of music. Mr. Flynn took great delight in his children and grandchildren and their development and accomplishments. He also loved his four English Setters through all their years, and currently Annie, a very smart Brittany Spaniel. In addition to his wife, Mr. Flynn leaves his beloved children and their families: John R. and Laura M. Flynn of Sudbury, Charles T. and Gretchen E. Flynn of Berlin, and grandchildren Margaret, Abigail, Ashley and Michael, ...

Winchester's Gleason now Grand Master of Masons - Woburn Daily Times

Monday, February 06, 2017

Coming soon will be a restaurant that could be set to open this year.It’s not unheard of for a lodge to rent out space to a local business. Gleason said the Winchester lodge, which partnered with the Woburn lodge in the mid-1970s, has rented out its lower level. The lodge is located three doors down from the Graham Funeral Home on Arlington Road in Woburn.There are lodges in 150 communities (11 lodges actually meet within the Masonic building in Boston). Each one stands independent by itself and can do whatever it wants so long as it falls within the parameters of the charter. The Winchester lodge runs a child ID program on Town Day.Inside the Boston lodge are installation rooms that contain four portraits that represent the inner workings of King Solomon’s Temple. They also contain two stones: one rough and one smooth. The rough stone represents what we are, while the smooth stone represents what we want to be.One installation room contains four portraits of men who represent four ideals of Freemasonry. George Washington represents faith: he had faith in country and fraternity; he was also an active mason in Virginia. General Joseph Warren represents hope: he was a Grand Master in the 1770s and later died during the Battle of Bunker Hill; he also reportedly financed Paul Revere’s ride. Marquis de Lafayette represents charity: he was a French nobleman who fought with the US for independence. Benjamin Franklin represents wisdom: he was a past Grand Master in Pennsylvania (after he moved from Massachusetts) who is, of course, known for discovering electricity and being one of the Founding Fathers of America.It can be a lot to take in, especially when you’re the one in charge.

Services Planned for Connor Heffler, Natick Boy Who Died at Age 11 - Patch.com

Monday, December 12, 2016

Who better to show the way to a championship than a champion? Connor is survived by his parents and brothers; his grandparents, Catherine A. (Reagan) Heffler of Woburn, and Donald J. and Mary Lou (Mahoney) Rozon of Natick; his aunts and uncles, Donna A. Rozon, Patti and Tim Foley, and Barbie and Chris Verna, all of Natick, and Mike and Lani Heffler of Houston, TX; his cousins, DJ, Meghan, Frankie, Sophie, Cameron, Nic, Makena, and Makenzie; extended family and many friends. He was also the grandson of the late Kevin A. Heffler. The battle between Trump and the CIA escalates. More Cabinet appointments. The age-old debate: Should you warm up your car on a cold day? A Mass of Christian Burial will be Celebrated in Saint Patrick’s Church, 44 East Central Street, Natick, on Saturday, Dec. 3, at 10 a.m. Burial will follow at Glenwood Cemetery. Visiting hours will be in the John Everett & Sons Funeral Home, 4 Park Street at Natick Common, on Friday, 4–8 p.m. Donations may be made in Connor’s memory to Cops for Kids with Cancer, Inc, c/o Canton Police Department, 1492 Washington Street, Canton, MA 02021; One Summit, 50 Milk Street, 17th floor, Boston, MA 02109; or the Boston Bruins Foundation, 100 Legends Way, Boston, MA 02114. Obituary and photo via John Everett and Sons Funeral Home...

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Kenneth Donnelly

Saturday, April 08, 2017

April 2nd surrounded by his family, from a brain tumor he had courageously battled for 8 months. Senator Donnelly represented the 4th Middlesex district including Arlington, Burlington, Billerica, Woburn and Lexington, precincts 1, 2, and 4 thru 7. Prior to serving in the Massachusetts Senate, Senator Donnelly was a firefighter for 37 years in the Town of Lexington, and legislative agent and the secretary treasurer of the Professional Firefighters of Massachusetts. Senator Donnelly leaves behind his loving wife of 47 years, Judy; his beloved children Ryan and his wife Sabrina, Keith and his wife Melissa, and Brenna and her husband Jason; his 5 grandchildren Luke, Jonah, Coben, Jack and Layla; his brothers Paul, Rusty and John and the late Albert and Steven; sisters and brothers-in law; nieces and nephews; and a large extended family and group of friends who loved and admired him. Ken was happiest when cooking for his family and friends with his daughter Brenna, hiking the white mountains with Ryan, watching and playing sports with Keith, traveling across the country with his wife Judy, and spending time with his grandchildren in his favorite spots in New Hampshire and Maine. He was an avid reader of history and historical fiction, and had a passion for poli...

Vincent Natale

Monday, February 27, 2017

Natale, Vincent A. III, of Billerica, formerly of Arlington, February 17, beloved son of Vincent A. Jr, and Ruth L (Goss) Natale, brother of Linda Natale of Woburn, and uncle of Téa Natale of Woburn. He is survived by aunts, uncles, cousins, and his bearded dragon Willie.Funeral from The DeVito Funeral Home 1145 Mass Avenue ARLINGTON Saturday morning at 9:00 followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00 in St. Eulalia Church, Winchester. Visiting at the funeral home on Friday 4:00 to 8:00pm. Vincent was born in Arlington and graduated from Arlington High School in 1987. He was an expert craftsman and successful business owner of a hardwood flooring business for many years. Recently deciding to make a career change, he was currently attending the Peterson School in Woburn studying facilities management. A talented musician, Vincent played guitar since the age of 12, and he loved to fish. While he had a love for all animals, reptiles were his passion. He always made room for one more snake or lizard at home. Vincent was an extraordinary son, brother, uncle, and friend with a generosity of spirit. He always had a helping hand to lend...

Robert Flynn, Longtime Mechanic And Machinist, Dies At 81 - Patch.com

Monday, February 20, 2017

Carole A. (Santoro) Flynn for over 48 years and was the son of the late Rose A. (Cassidy) and John F. Flynn, of Concord and Acton.Mr. Flynn was raised and educated in Woburn and the Boston area and attended Wentworth Institute evenings for five years. He was employed as an auto mechanic & machinist for several years at area companies, including RCA and Auto Engineering, before working for himself, followed by over 22 years as a mechanical technician at Digital Equipment Corporation from which he retired. Bob could successfully turn his hand to many tasks, as evidenced by the tremendous amount of renovations he did on the antique home he purchased prior to marriage. He was a life-long enthusiast of antique automobiles and Classic cars and was very knowledgeable on most makes. He also enjoyed classic movies and many types of music. Mr. Flynn took great delight in his children and grandchildren and their development and accomplishments. He also loved his four English Setters through all their years, and currently Annie, a very smart Brittany Spaniel. In addition to his wife, Mr. Flynn leaves his beloved children and their families: John R. and Laura M. Flynn of Sudbury, Charles T. and Gretchen E. Flynn of Berlin, and grandchildren Margaret, Abigail, Ashley and Michael, ...

Winchester's Gleason now Grand Master of Masons - Woburn Daily Times

Monday, February 06, 2017

Coming soon will be a restaurant that could be set to open this year.It’s not unheard of for a lodge to rent out space to a local business. Gleason said the Winchester lodge, which partnered with the Woburn lodge in the mid-1970s, has rented out its lower level. The lodge is located three doors down from the Graham Funeral Home on Arlington Road in Woburn.There are lodges in 150 communities (11 lodges actually meet within the Masonic building in Boston). Each one stands independent by itself and can do whatever it wants so long as it falls within the parameters of the charter. The Winchester lodge runs a child ID program on Town Day.Inside the Boston lodge are installation rooms that contain four portraits that represent the inner workings of King Solomon’s Temple. They also contain two stones: one rough and one smooth. The rough stone represents what we are, while the smooth stone represents what we want to be.One installation room contains four portraits of men who represent four ideals of Freemasonry. George Washington represents faith: he had faith in country and fraternity; he was also an active mason in Virginia. General Joseph Warren represents hope: he was a Grand Master in the 1770s and later died during the Battle of Bunker Hill; he also reportedly financed Paul Revere’s ride. Marquis de Lafayette represents charity: he was a French nobleman who fought with the US for independence. Benjamin Franklin represents wisdom: he was a past Grand Master in Pennsylvania (after he moved from Massachusetts) who is, of course, known for discovering electricity and being one of the Founding Fathers of America.It can be a lot to take in, especially when you’re the one in charge.

Services Planned for Connor Heffler, Natick Boy Who Died at Age 11 - Patch.com

Monday, December 12, 2016

Who better to show the way to a championship than a champion? Connor is survived by his parents and brothers; his grandparents, Catherine A. (Reagan) Heffler of Woburn, and Donald J. and Mary Lou (Mahoney) Rozon of Natick; his aunts and uncles, Donna A. Rozon, Patti and Tim Foley, and Barbie and Chris Verna, all of Natick, and Mike and Lani Heffler of Houston, TX; his cousins, DJ, Meghan, Frankie, Sophie, Cameron, Nic, Makena, and Makenzie; extended family and many friends. He was also the grandson of the late Kevin A. Heffler. The battle between Trump and the CIA escalates. More Cabinet appointments. The age-old debate: Should you warm up your car on a cold day? A Mass of Christian Burial will be Celebrated in Saint Patrick’s Church, 44 East Central Street, Natick, on Saturday, Dec. 3, at 10 a.m. Burial will follow at Glenwood Cemetery. Visiting hours will be in the John Everett & Sons Funeral Home, 4 Park Street at Natick Common, on Friday, 4–8 p.m. Donations may be made in Connor’s memory to Cops for Kids with Cancer, Inc, c/o Canton Police Department, 1492 Washington Street, Canton, MA 02021; One Summit, 50 Milk Street, 17th floor, Boston, MA 02109; or the Boston Bruins Foundation, 100 Legends Way, Boston, MA 02114. Obituary and photo via John Everett and Sons Funeral Home...