Robert J. Goguen

Born: Mon., Mar. 21, 1932
Died: Sun., Sep. 19, 2004

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Robert J. Goguen WARWICK- Robert J. Goguen, 72, of 365 Wendell Road, died on Sunday morning, September 19, 2004 at home following an illness. Born on March 21, 1932 in Framingham, he was a son of Frederick and Mary Tomasetti Goguen and grew up and attended school there. He was married to his wife Margaret on October 5, 1983 and enjoyed 21 years together. A chef for many years, he had worked at the Clarksville Tenn. Jail and also the Natick Ice Arena. An enthusiastic fisherman, he also enjoyed playing cards. Besides his loving wife Margaret, survivors include a son, Michael Goguen of Warwick; daughters, Denise Lee of Ashland, Rosemarie Goguen of Framingham, Lisa Leonard of Independence, Missouri, Lana White of Clarksville, Tennessee, Brenda Lemire of Holyoke, and Jody Stevens also of Holyoke; twelve grandchildren; a brother, Fred Goguen of Virginia; and several nephews and nieces. A Memorial service will be held on Wednesday, September 22, 2004 at 2:00PM in Witty's Funeral Home, 158 South Main Street, Orange. There are no calling hours. In lieu of flowers, donations are suggested to the Gardner VNA, 13 Pearly Lane, Gardner, MA 01440. Witty's Funeral Home, Orange, is directing the arrangements. Guest register and directions available at www.wittyfuneralhome.com

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Lisa Leonard
   Posted Wed September 22, 2004

Lisa Leonard
   Posted Wed September 22, 2004
My heart is with my family right now,but my dad was the greatest father you could ask for.He was careing and giving father,he had more compassion then anyone could ask of anyone.He will be so missed by my mom and my sisters and brother.He is now in a better place.I love you dad.

DawnPapillion Barter
   Posted Wed September 22, 2004
I'm glad to have had the opportunity to meet someone with such an enthusiastic personality and love of life. Thanks for some funny and memorable moments. Your sure to be missed.
Bambi

Tracey Richardson Papillion
   Posted Wed September 22, 2004
Thank you for the fond memories growing up and always having a story to tell,You will be missed. My condolences to the family , my thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Michele Goguen
   Posted Wed September 22, 2004
It was truly an honor and a privilege to be Bobby's only daughter-in-law. I loved him like my own father, and it was a real blessing to have him living with us this past 12 months. I know he's up there with my own dad, telling stories and both laughing it up with the Lord.
Love,
Chel

Kasey Leonard
   Posted Wed September 22, 2004
My grandfather was one of the most amazing human beings to have ever walked on the planet. I am truly blessed to be the oldest grandchild, and to have had over 20 years with one of the greatest men in the world. I will miss our *long* talks, his constant support, his unyielding love, and the way he always stood up for me. I will miss our play fighting, working together, our countless gin games, Fifth Avenue bars, and random stops on Wednesday nights for ice cream. My entire family is in my every thought every day. Not a day goes by that I won't think of the man I compare every other man to. Pepa, I love you now, and I always, *always* will. I know you are the light that wakes me each and every morning, and I love you more than words could ever even begin to describe.

Always,
~*K

lana white
   Posted Thu September 23, 2004
Dad,I have nothing but good and happy memories of you which I will always cherish,and keep you close to my heart forever. Men don't come any better than you. There was never a mean bone in your body, and the family will miss you so much. Some day we will all be together again in heaven. I love you and miss you and it will take some time getting used to not hearing your voice and funny ways. Good bye for now "Gino" for ever your daughter Lana

Liz Trudeau
   Posted Sun September 26, 2004
Our hearts go out to the family at this time. Bobby was such a true friend to our family. I thank God we had a lot of years together and so so many great times together. All our weekend trips we all went on together as families. Also all the great weekends the four of us would go away on. all the laughs. So many memories.We have truly lost someone we love so dear to our hearts. We will miss you Bobby. Thank you for everything you did for us.Thanks be to God for we will see you in Heaven one day.I know you are smiling. Love your friends, Pierre and Liz and family, The Trudell's as he called us.

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