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Richard “Dick” Charbonneau
  • Passed away on February 25, 2018

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Richard L. (Dick) Charbonneau 83, passed from this life on February 25, 2018  at home. Richard was born on June 8th 1934 in Worcester, MA. His parents were Leo Charbonneau  and Beverly (Drury) Charbonneau.

He attended Worcester Public Schools and graduated from Worcester Boys Trade High School with a major in Cabinet Making. While attending high school he played baseball and football.  After graduation he also played softball for many years in which he excelled.  After working in several cabinet shops he worked at  G&H Woodworking before going into business for himself  “Charbonneau Woodworking” at which he was very successful. Dick  made most of the furniture in his home. During his retirement he spent most of his days golfing and creating wooden pictures of various objects called Intarssia.  He is survived by his wife Maureen Sullivan-Charbonneau and 7 children by his first wife Lucille Robin married to Lee Mancini, Bonnie Paulhus, Rick married to Amy, Donna married to Gary Bouthillette,  Michael married to Letty and David married to Tracy.

Dick also had 4 stepchildren. Wayne Sullivan, Kathleen Prudente married to Joseph ,  Kyle Sullivan married to Debbie and Nancy Prudente married to John . Dick is also survived by 16 grandchildren and  5 great grandchildren.  Dick is predeceased by his wife Lucille Adams Charbonneau , daughter Debbie O’Conner and brother Alan Charbonneau After retirement Dick and Maureen moved to The Villages, Fl. in 2006.  He was an avid golfer who had many friends who will miss his sense of humor and beautiful  smile.  A celebration of life will be held in Massachusetts in the near future.

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  1. Cathy (Giles) Bates says:
    18 Mar 2018
    Your Dad was always so cheerful and kind to us kids on the block. I’m sorry for your loss.

  2. Linda Goding says:
    16 Mar 2018
    Robin, I am so sorry to hear about your Dad's passing. You always talked so nicely about him. May he R.I.P. Think of the memories you all shared. Hugs. Linda Goding

  3. Susan Monahan says:
    05 Mar 2018
    Robin and family so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Susan Monahan

  4. Linda (Giles ) Pytko says:
    04 Mar 2018
    Robin and family...I knew your parents way way back when. And I used to baby sit for all of you. I am so sad this happened the way it did. He is in a better place, so they say. Feel good in knowing you got to see him before this happened. Bless you all

  5. Hank Childs says:
    01 Mar 2018
    Dick was a generous and creative man, and a fine cabinetmaker. I treasure the beautiful display case he made for my antique model car collection!

  6. Lynn Charbonneau says:
    01 Mar 2018
    Sorry to hear about my Uncle Dick. Glad he was doing things he loved (golf), and it was a peaceful passing. My he rest in peace.
    My love,
    Lynn Charbonneau

  7. Marianne Geishart says:
    01 Mar 2018
    Dick was such a good man who always had a great smile and a warm hug. He will be truly missed. Rest well Dick.

    Doug and Marianne Geishart

  8. Jeanne says:
    28 Feb 2018
    Rick & Amy
    So sorry for the loss of your father.

  9. Sue Charest says:
    28 Feb 2018
    My deepest sympathy to the family. I am sure he will have a great reunion in heaven with your mom and sister!

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