It is with great sadness that Manchester Parks and Recreation announces the passing of Robert (Bob) Juliano. Over the past five or so years Bob lived at The Plains and worked as part time seasonal caretaker of Tuck’s Point. Bob was a valued member of the Manchester Parks and Recreation team.
Rena “Renie” DalBarco Masiero, 94, of Lenox, Mass. died peacefully at home on March 26, surrounded by her seven children. She and her husband Guido “Guy” Masiero raised their family in Manchester-by-the-Sea, where her well-run, spotless, bustling house was a refuge to many.
Manchester resident of 62 years, John Bradley, passed on January 30 after a fierce and heroic struggle with COVID-19. He was 98 years old. He was a devoted family man who was a source of love and support to Jane, his wife, his children and his many grandchildren and great grandchildren. He was born into a Brahmin family where he was instilled the old Bostonian virtues of politeness, reliability and a sense of noblesse oblige. Throughout his life, as an engineer and scientist, he had an intense and insatiable curiosity that remained until his death.
Cindy Gibeley, 59, a resident of Manchester by the Sea, lost her battle with cancer on Tuesday, January 5, 2021 at Lahey Hospital, Burlington. She is survived by many and was close to all of them. She was born in Beverly, MA on February 23, 1962 to Robert and Delores (Cashman) Gibeley.
Det. Sgt. (Ret.) Kenneth Stanley Sucharski, wife Sharon (Michael) Sucharski, who served in the Manchester Police Department from 1972 until he retired in 2008, has died. He was predeceased by a son, Cory M. Sucharski.
Cory Michael Sucharski, 43, a lifelong resident of Manchester-by-the-Sea, passed away after a brief illness Tuesday morning, December 15 at Beverly Hospital. Born in Gloucester, he was the beloved son of Kenneth and Sharon (Michael) Sucharski of Manchester-by-the-Sea.
Dr. Donald G. Comb, a passionate scientist, environmentalist and visionary best known for developing recombinant DNA tools that revolutionized the field of molecular biology and founder of New England Biolabs, has died peacefully at his home in Gloucester, surrounded by family on October 4th at age 93.
A beautiful and one-of-a-kind person on Wednesday, September 9, when Ryan Cameron Fairbanks left this world. Ryan was always the life of the party. He was full of energy, though in quieter moments he sought out the beauty in life, whether it was a beach, hike, rock, or piece of art. Ryan was an artist and creative. He was strong willed and a loyal friend.
Bruce G. Hudson, 78, a former police officer, firefighter, federal investigator, and he was on the ground floor in the development of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts' child safety program, passed away Monday, September 14, at his home. He was husband of Susan L. (Beverett) Hudson for 52 years,