Obituaries

Carol P. Bronder, 84

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Our beloved mother, Carol P. Bronder, 84, of Hopkinton, passed away Thursday, April 16, 2020 in the virtual embrace of her family. Born in Trenton, New Jersey, she was the daughter of the late Mary (Gora) and Paul Partlow, and celebrated 50 years of marriage with her loving, late, husband, Patrick J. Bronder, Sr.

William C. Palmer III, 72

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William C. Palmer III, 72, of Ashland, passed away Tuesday, April 7, 2020 at the Timothy Daniels House in Holliston. Born in Natick, he was the son of the late Alice (Slack) and William C. Palmer Jr.

James F. Sullivan, 77

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James F. Sullivan, 77, of Upton and formerly of Hopkinton, entered into eternal rest on Wednesday, April 1, 2020. He is the beloved husband to Gerda Sullivan.

Carl "CJ" Harris, Jr, 27

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Candia, NH - Carl "CJ" Harris, Jr, 27, an old soul who completed his journey on earth on Sunday, March 29th at Boston Children's Hospital, of complications from a Bone Marrow Transplant last May. With his parents by his side, he is finally free from pain.

Always with a smile and a kind word to all who he interacted with, he remains an example of one who is known and loved by all. Hearts are breaking all over the world.

John Stanislaw Aroian, 75

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John Stanislaw Aroian, known as Jack to his many friends and relatives, passed away on Sunday, March 22, 2020 at the age of 75. Born in Virginia at the end of WWII, he was the son of Andrew and Elizabeth (Wilk) Aroian. He is survived by his very beloved daughter, Kate Aroian and her significant other, Trevis Singh of Charlton; also his brothers, Mick Aroian and his wife, Leslie, of Spencer and Bob Aroian and his wife, Gayle, of Barre; his friend and former wife, Beth (Claflin) Hearn and her husband, Bill, of Marstons Mills as well as 8 nieces and nephews.

Michael James Murphy Jr., 55

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Michael James Murphy Jr., 55, of Uxbridge and formerly Hopkinton, passed away after a short illness on Friday, March 27, 2020 at Milford Regional Hospital. Born in Worcester, he was the son of Ellen (Reilly) O’Leary of Hopkinton and the late Michael James Murphy.

Michael was a 1983 graduate of Keefe Tech in Framingham. He enjoyed fishing, especially at the canal catching stripers. He took pleasure in riding his motorcycle and attending his nieces and nephews sporting and dance events.

Mark Edward Bell, 64

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Mark Edward Bell, 64, of Hopkinton, passed away surrounded by his family after a valiant battle with pancreatic cancer. Born in NY, NY, and raised in Nanuet, NY, he was the son of the late Florence (Pantano) and Edward F. Bell. He was the husband of 36 years to his beloved wife, Gayle Gonthier-Bell of Hopkinton.

Thomas J. Robson, 23

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Thomas J. Robson, 23 of Rockland, MA passed away unexpectedly on March 7, 2020. He struggled with drug addiction throughout his short life and was turning around his life when he relapsed. He was employed by Rug Merchant in Rockland, MA and loved his job and coworkers. He just recently moved from sober housing to an apartment on his own. Tom was a loving, kindhearted and deeply intelligent person who was dearly loved by his family and all who knew him.

Paul J. Schiloski, 74

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Paul J. Schiloski, 74, passed away on March 5, 2020 while residing in the Philippines. Born in Framingham he was the son of the late Charlotte (Smith) and Robert Schiloski of Hopkinton. He is survived by his sons Paul Schiloski and Micheal Ricchiazzi of Framingham along with their children. Paul is also survived by his sister Lola Dzerkacz and her husband Frank of Maynard and brother Kenneth Schiloski of Hopkinton and many nephews and nieces. He was predeceased by brothers Robert Schiloski,Jr. and Philip Schiloski both of Hopkinton. There are no funeral arrangements at this time.

Stephen M. Hayes, 57

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Stephen M. Hayes, 57, died unexpectedly February 27, 2020 at his home. Born in Framingham, he was the son of the late Edward and Geraldine (Pucci) Hayes. He was raised in Hopkinton.

Stephen worked as a carpenter with several local construction firms. Steve loved to fish whenever he was able. While at home, Steve was creative in the kitchen and was a great cook. Steve was a loyal fan to all of his Boston sports teams, as well as The Three Stooges. Most of all, Steve loved the company of his close friends, many who stayed by his side from his youth to his final days.

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