George Kingsbury

George Kingsbury

Sunday, December 6th, 2020
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KINGSBURY, George W. of Medfield passed on December 6, 2020. Born in Medfield on May 1st 1928 to the late Carlton and Mildred (Attwood) Kingsbury. Predeceased by his wife Anita (MacKay) in 2002 and sisters Gwendolyn Suereth, Priscilla Morton and his brother Allan A. Kingsbury.
He is survived by many nieces and nephews, Rebecca Nutting and her husband Kent of Conway, NH, Allan Kingsbury and his wife Bonnie of Gilmanton, NH, Allan George Kingsbury, Naomi Searles, Jacqueline Kingsbury and Robert Jolie of NH. Laura and William Hunt and Debra Regan of Rhode Island. Cynthia Regan Cahill and Karen Jolie of MA. Kathy Jolie of AZ, Wendy MacKay, Lisa Gilmore, Frank Kane, Eric Suereth and his wife Nadine of FL. He also leaves behind his many friends including Kelly McMahon and Lisa Tumminelli.
George served in the United States Navy during WWII. After being honorably discharged, he held various jobs working for the Atlantic Brick Co, a driver for Herman Shoe and served for the Medfield Fire Dept. He was best known as the Sergeant of the Medfield Police from which he retired.
George was active in various organizations; He was a member of the Masons. Medfield Home Committee, Medfield Horse Thief Detective Society, Acacia Club, American Legion and Police Square club.
He enjoyed his vacation camp on the river in Alfred Maine.
A memorial service will be planned for a later date. Please check here,, for updates.
A graveside service will be Thursday December 10th at 11am in Vine lake cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to:
Charles River Lodge
37 Cottage St
Medway, MA 02053.
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Service Details

  • Service

    Thursday, December 10th, 2020 | 11:00am
    Thursday, December 10th, 2020 11:00am
    Vine Lake Cemetery
    625 Main St.
    MEDFIELD, MA 02052
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
  • Interment

    Vine Lake Cemetery
    625 Main St.
    MEDFIELD, MA 02052
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email


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Lee deSorgher

Posted at 07:22pm
i grew up in Medfield in the 50's and 60's and George was my favorite cop, he was a lot of peoples favorite cop - according to my father, George stepped up in the line of duty several times and was very well respected - rest in peace George, you're remembered and that's important

Karen Dwyer

Posted at 06:39am
What a great friend George was, we had such great times at Victory lane. R.I.P George forever in my heart

Kelly Angelo

Posted at 08:23pm
I have very fond memories of Sarge at the Charles, be it for a beer or a meal. He was quick with a joke and always had a hearty laugh.

Debbie pettis tangney

Posted at 07:13pm
I will always have fond memories of George and my dad, Don Pettis, sharing laughs and drinks down at Victory Lane. He enjoyed your company and spoke very highly of you. I am sure he was there to greet you at the gates with a cold one. You were a true gentleman. God Bless. Debbie Pettis Tangney

Irving Priest

Posted at 07:05pm
Always loved having SGT as a detail officer for the millis dpw

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