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Llewellyn S. Bolton III

May 2, 1930 ~ December 17, 2021 (age 91)

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TITUSVILLE, FL- Llewellyn S. Bolton III, 91, of Squires Drive, died on December 17, 2021 at the Edward M. Poe Care Center in Titusville.

Born in Boston on May 2, 1930, he was the son of Llewellyn S. Bolton II and Harriet (Winters) and grew up in Brookline, graduating from Brookline High in 1948. He later attended Wentworth Institute.

In 1952, Llewellyn joined the United States Army and was chosen for Officers’ Candidate School and attained the rank of First Lieutenant, and was a member of the Army Corp of Engineers. He was honorably discharged on December 30, 1960.

In 1959, he received his Civil Engineering degree from Northeastern, and then went on to Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1960 on full scholarship and earned a Masters in one year.

Llewellyn went to work at Zaldastani Associates in 1962 as a Engineering Manager Associate and oversaw projects including the Logan Control Tower, the Volpe International Terminal and the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Management Center. He rose to become Vice President of the firm in 1976.

A resident of Medway from 1956-1973, he moved with his family in 1973 to his great grandfather’s homestead in Royalston. In 1982, he moved to Worcester until 2002 when he retired and moved to Titusville with his wife, Monika (Forster) whom he married in 1997.

In 1980, Llewellyn opened his own firm of Bolton and Dimartino, Inc. in Worcester.

Llewellyn loved his home and farm in Royalston and took pride in vegetable gardening, especially tomatoes. He always enjoyed swimming and going to the ocean.

Survivors include his wife, Monika Bolton of Titusville, FL; a son, Llewellyn S. Bolton IV of Royalston; a daughter, Holly Burnett and her husband, Jason, of Erving; grandsons, Daniel Bolton of Athol, Douglas J. Dupell Jr. of Titusville, FL, and Phillip R. Dupell and his wife, Amber, of Orange; a granddaughter in law, Trista Dupell of Greenfield; great grandchildren, Marnie Elizabeth Dupell and Addison Lynn Dupell, both of Orange; and several nephews and nieces.

Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his second wife, Margaret Ingalls Bolton, and a sister, Irene Downes.

There are no calling hours.

Funeral services and interment in Rural Cemetery, Worcester, will be held in the spring of 2022.

Witty’s Funeral Home, 158 South Main Street, Orange, is assisting the family.


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