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|Robert J. Kincaid||Leominster||Robert died Sunday, April 26, 2009 at home, due to complications from a car accident.||Robert lived in Leominster all his life. He was a natural athlete who was a Leominster American Little League All Star, Leominster Babe Ruth All Star, Leominster Senior Babe Ruth All Star throughout his career. He was elected to the Babe Ruth Hall of Fame in 2000. One his proudest accomplishments was pitching a no hitter and hitting the game winning homerun against Sterling. Bobby graduated from Leominster High School in 2001. He absolutely loved fishing and ice fishing and was an all around sports fan. He also enjoyed playing cards, listening to R & B, rap, and hip hop. Bobby loved life and will be remembered for his perpetual smile.|
Tony J. Reardon
1983 - 2013
Anthony “Tony” J. Reardon 30, died on,
November 19, 2013 . He was born on July 2, 1983 in Leominster,
Massachusetts where he lived with his wife Alaina Frechette Reardon and
his daughter Liliana Brielle Reardon. He leaves behind his parents
Walter and Sharon Barnes Reardon of Leominster, his brother Keith
Reardon and fiancée Elaine Barba. His maternal grandparents Madelene and
Leslie Barnes of Orange, MA, his Inlaws Robert and Leslie Frechette of
Scituate, Rhode Island.
Tony Graduated from Leominster High School Class of 2001, where he played ice hockey and football. Tony went on to graduate from Johnson & Wales with a marketing degree in 2003, and then went to attend Bryant College in Rhode Island. For the last 10 years Tony was the Vice-President of his family’s business Emergency Signal Systems.
He enjoyed playing dek hockey, baseball, football, snowmobiling and ATVing at his families’ camp in New York, additionally he enjoyed vacationing in St. Maarten and Cancun.
Tony will be missed by his high school buddies who shared many weekends cheering on the Patriots. He was known for his love of his dogs Bella and Bromley, and willingness to help others, his friendly nature, and his love for the outdoors. He finished two Marathons, and loved to travel, but in his eyes his highest achievement was his daughter Liliana.
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