In Memory

Roger Frechette

Roger L. Frechette, 74, of Quincy died February 18, 2021.

The beloved husband of 48 years to Catherine A. (Farnham) Frechette of Quincy. Loving father of Michelle and her husband Scott Forsyth of Quincy and Joseph W. Frechette and his wife Saengjan of Weymouth. Cherished grandfather of Ellie, Ely, Sky, Zain and Aadam.

Brother of Daniel Frechette and his wife Elaine of New York, Ann Marie and her husband Robert Maleszyk of Wilmington, Laurent Frechette and his wife Margaret of New Hampshire and Denise and her husband William King of Foxboro.

Roger was a proud Vietnam War Army veteran. He had a strong work ethic always working two jobs to support his family – he was a quality control supervisor at Plymouth Rubber Company in Canton and also worked as a mail sorter for the US Postal Service.

In years past, Roger was active at North Bennet Street, Maplewood Caddy Camp in Bethlehem, NH, he was a member of the North Quincy High School track team, and he volunteered at the Woodward School for Girls.  Roger loved fishing and boating. Most of all he loved his family, he will be sadly missed by all of them.

Funeral services were private.

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02/25/21 06:04 PM #1    

Frank M. Falcetta

Terrible news.

Roger passed away on February 18 at the Bringham while awaiting a lung transplant. Roger was a hard working family man and life long resident of Wollaston. He served in  the Army during the Vietnam conflict and he developed his lung problems as a result of exposure to Agent Orange.

While at North he was a member of the track team, running cross country, He attended Northeastern University and Massasoit CC. He worked for many years at Plymouth Rubber and for the US Postal Service. 

02/26/21 08:06 AM #2    

Christopher Sorrento

Sosorry to hear this too many of our men have passed away from this grim problem so many years after their service to their Country.

02/26/21 12:01 PM #3    

Rosemary Palm (Boyer)

I was sad to hear of Roger's passing away.  I bless his spiritual journey and pray for his family.

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