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George Lovell

George A Lovell

Wednesday, July 3rd, 2019
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Obituary

Age 80 of Dover, peacefully on Wednesday July 3, 2019. Beloved husband of LaVerne Lovell, loving father of Jennifer Cronin and Colleen Lovell-Graham and her husband Michael. Grandfather of Andrew, Lily, Mollie, Catherine, Isabelle, Emerson and George. Funeral Mass will be Mon, July 8th 10am at Most Precious Blood Church, 30 Centre St, Dover. Burial to follow at Highland Cemetery, Dover. Visiting hrs will be Sun 1-5 at the Roberts Mitchell Caruso FH, 15 Miller St, Medfield. Those wishing may make memorial contributions in George's name to the Most Precious Blood Church.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Sunday, July 7th, 2019 | 1:00pm - 5:00pm
    When
    Sunday, July 7th, 2019 1:00pm - 5:00pm
    Location
    Roberts Mitchell Caruso FH - Medfield
    Address
    15 Miller St
    MEDFIELD, MA 02052
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  • Service

    Monday, July 8th, 2019 | 10:00am
    When
    Monday, July 8th, 2019 10:00am
    Location
    Most Precious Blood Church
    Address
    30 Centre Street
    DOVER, MA 02030
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  • Interment

    Location
    Highland Cemetery - Dover
    Address
    Center Street
    DOVER, MA 02030
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Stephen R Ball

Posted at 04:53pm
I am so sorry to hear of George’s passing he was one of my father Don Ball‘s dearest friends and a regular for “Sunday school” at the Dover drugstore. I had the good fortune of knowing George for as long as I can remember and even working on one of his lawn cutting crews one summer. “Black coffee with one ice cube” , I served him many times as I work my years at the Dover store George was a great man and he will surely be missed, my condolences to the Lovell Family
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Nancy Dowd

Posted at 01:47am
George. You are the shoulder upon which so many of us have stood-- so we can see further, love more, and live better. I will remember you always.
LL

Linda Lester

Posted at 02:48pm
Al and I are truly sorry for your loss. We wish we could be there with you all to celebrate George's life, but we will be there is spirit.
JT

Jim Tobin

Posted at 11:40am
As Winston Churchill purportedly said, "We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give." Boy did George make a wonderful life. He was such a loving and giving man to his family, his friends, his co workers, and his church. He was a true Christian. In the relatively short time that I knew George, he became a dear friend and I miss him terribly. On the day of my passing, if I am fortunate enough to meet up with George, I will know that I have made it to heaven. My heartfelt condolences to LaVerne and the Lovell family.
TO

Tony O'Day

Posted at 09:06pm
George Lovell was a fine man. I worked both with and for George as a young man and I can only hope he knew how much I liked and admired him. Jack Bayer posted an earlier note saying that there was a "family" feeling to the crew in those days and that is very true.
I sit here since I got this news and keep bouncing back to the "Dover Druggie" lunch counter with Don Ball holding court while he served up tuna sandwiches and laughter. Or the day I assured George we'd have no trouble dropping that huge pine beside the greenhouse without the truck roped to it, (the pulling we did by hand had no effect but a fortunate breeze kept the damage to a couple dozen panes of glass.). We laughed till we dropped!
My condolences to Laverne and the Lovell Family. Tony O'Day
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