Kevin A. Stebbins
1957 - 2013
Kevin A. Stebbins, 55, of Phillipston, MA, formerly of
Leominster, died, May 30, 2013, in Heywood Hospital, Gardner, MA after a
short battle with Renal Cancer. He was born August 24, 1957, in
Brighton, MA, son of Charles A. "Augie" and Doris (Lyonnais) Stebbins.
He graduated from Leominster Trade High School, Class of 1975.
worked for Digital Corp. in Marlboro, and at Circle B Barn, before
becoming a self-employed carpenter. He enjoyed mountain biking,and
hiking Mt. Monadnock. He was an avid skier and enjoyed skiing in
Colorado and Europe. He was an avid Denver Bronco's Fan. He loved his
dogs especially Weimaraners, and his Fords.
He is survived by his lifetime partner of 20 years, Christine Cota, of
Phillipston, a step-daughter, Lori O'Kane, his
daughter Jessica (Stebbins) McGeorge, and her husband Anthony, his mother Doris Stebbins,
a brother Richard Stebbins and his wife Sue and a sister Barbara Carlson,
and her husband David, two grandchildren Alexandrea
Brassard, and Kendra McGeorge.
He was predeceased by his father, Charles "Augie" Stebbins
Lawrence E. Lamoureux
1955 - 2012
Lawrence E. Lamoureux, 57, of Fitchburg, died
Wednesday, March 14, 2012, in Health Alliance Leominster Hospital. He
was born on February 7, 1955, in Leominster, MA, was the son of Henry E.
and Theresa (Perkins) Lamoureux. Mr. Lamoureux was an avid hunter and
fisherman; he was a member of the Leominster Sportsman Club, Franco
American Club in Leominster. He enjoyed spending time with his family
and also enjoyed his pets and his bullmastiff dog. He is survived by his
parents Henry E. and Theresa (Perkins) Lamoureux, his wife of 37 years
Suzanne (Hache) Lamoureux; his three sons Christopher Lamoureux, Guy
Lamoureux and Gary Lamoureux; three brothers Kenneth Lamoureux, Joseph
Lamoureux, and James Lamoureux; three sisters Patricia Lamoureux, Lori
Perrault, and Jean Duval and one grandson Coleton Lamoureux.
A Remembrance Gathering will be held on Monday
March 19, 2012 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the Wright-Roy Funeral
Home 109 West St., Leominster.
Kathryn A. Coulter
1957 - 2010
Kathryn A. Coulter, 53, of Leominster, died Friday, Dec. 24, 2010, in
her home, after a long bout with cancer.
She is survived by her sisters, Cheryl (Coulter) L'Homme of Leominster,
and Donna (Coulter) MacDonald of Goffstown, N.H.; and her brothers,
William and Bruce Coulter, both of Leominster, and Mark Coulter, of
Garland, Texas; and several nephews and nieces.
She was predeceased by her parents, Roy J. and Catherine (Morais)
Kathryn was born in Fitchburg on June 27, 1957, and moved to Leominster
with her family at a young age. She is a 1975 graduate of Leominster
High School, and 1977 graduate of Mount Wachusett Community College in
Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery. To light a candle, sign the guestbook
or send a message of condolence please visit
Thomas L. DiGeronimo
1956 - 2010
Thomas "Tommy" L. DiGeronimo, 54 of Lunenburg,
Massachusetts passed away Monday, September 20th at Beth Israel Hospital
Tommy leaves his loving wife of 28 years, Lisa (Angelini)
DiGeronimo, and three daughters; Lauren DiGeronimo,
Jaclyn DiGeronimo, Sarah DiGeronimo. He also leaves behind two nephews, Dan and Patrick Flathers, and numerous relatives and friends.
Tommy was born June 25, 1956,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony L. DiGeronimo. He graduated from Bentley College in 1979. Tommy began
working with his father in the grocery business, and later became self
employed in commercial real estate development in both Massachusetts and
The most important thing in his life was his love and
admiration for his wife, and spending time with his three daughters who
gave him enormous strength and joy. Tommy will be remembered most for
his selfless ego, sense of humor, positive attitude and love of life.
His ability to bring his lively enthusiasm and excitement into all that
he did gave the people around him great happiness.
Burial was in St. Leo's Cemetery.
G. Buratti Jr.
Louis "Butch" G. Buratti,
Jr., 50 years old, of Leominster, passed away unexpectedly Thursday,
August 21, 2008. Mr. Buratti was born November 11, 1957 in Fitchburg,
moved Leominster. He attended Mount Wachusett Community College in
Gardner. He is survived by his father, Louis G. Buratti, Sr. and his
significant other, Tee Cummings; his mother, Peggy L. (Foster) Montesion;
his sisters, Marcia Aubin, Roberta Buratti-Aikey and Cheryl Shea; his
fiancée, Barbara Person; his nieces, Stephanie Aubin, Kimberly Aubin and
Jackie Aikey; and his nephews, Jason Aubin, Joshua Aubin, Matthew Aikey,
Zachary Aikey, Stephen Person and Michael Person. He was president
of G G Global Corp. in Shirley, and was an entrepreneur for many years
in transportation auditing and consulting. Lou was active in a Hepatitis
C Support Group and was very active in the Massachusetts Hepatitis C
Coalition and had started a Hep C Support website. He was also active in
AA and helped people work towards obtaining their GED.
Burial was in St. Bernard's
Mr. Musgrove, 50, of
5 Fay Road, Framingham, formerly of Leominster, died Thursday, Sept. 6,
in his home.
Mr. Musgrove was born on Nov. 21, 1956, son of
Kenneth and Mildred (Lawyer) Musgrove, and had lived in Framingham for the
past few years. He attended Mount Wachusett Community College in Gardner
and Worcester State College. He worked for a taxi cab company in the
He is survived by his two sisters, Karen Colby of
Leominster and Kristie Marchetti of Leominster; his stepmother, Constance
Musgrove of Leominster; two stepsisters, Cindy Vargo of Leominster and
Julie Drago of New Durham, N.H.; a stepbrother, Toby Pirro of Bethesda,
Md.; and several nieces and nephews.
A memorial service will be held on Wednesday at 7
p.m. in the Silas F. Richardson & Son Funeral Home, 106 West St.,
Leominster. A calling hour will be held on Wednesday from 6-7 p.m. in the
funeral home. Burial will be private.
John W Duffy
1957 - 2006
John W. Duffy, 49, of 106 Water St., died Wednesday,
Dec. 20, in HealthAlliance Hospital/Leominster after being stricken ill.
John was born in Winchester on August 4, 1957, and
had lived in Leominster for most of his life. He attended Boston College
and graduated from the New York Institute of Photography. . He was a
member of St. Leo’s Church in Leominster and a former member of the
National Ski Patrol. John volunteered at the Multi Service Center in
Leominster and at the Tower Hill Botanic Garden in Boylston. He enjoyed
photography, playing golf and watching the Boston Red Sox and New England
He is survived by his mother, Jane (Wight) Duffy of
Leominster; two brothers, Peter F. Duffy and James W. Duffy and a sister,
Susan Duffy-Gordon. His father, Francis V. Duffy Sr., died in 1985, and
his brother, Francis V. Duffy Jr., died August 10, 2006.
Burial was in
Walnut Grove Cemetery, North Brookfield.