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Thomas Q. Harrington


1947 - 2010 Obituary Condolences
TOWNSEND - Thomas Q. Harrington, 62, of Maplewood Drive died unexpectedly Monday, October 11, 2010 at the Nashoba Valley Medical Center, Ayer after being stricken ill earlier that day at his home.
Mr. Harrington was born in Bennington, Vt., December 7, 1947, a son of Virginia (Long) Harrington and the late Quincy Harrington and spent his early years in Bennington before moving to Leominster as a teen. He was a 1965 graduate of Leominster Trade High School.
For 25 years he worked as a manufacturing engineer in the Westminster facility of Digital Equipment Company, retiring in 1993.
He was an active member of the Townsend Lions Club. He enjoyed studying the events of the Civil War as well as collecting Civil War artifacts and books of all types and subjects.
Besides his mother of Leominster, he is survived by his wife of 34 years, Laura C. (LaFleur) Harrington; three sons and a daughter in law, Shawn P. and Susan Harrington of Leominster, Scott J. LaCroix of Amherst, N.H., Jason T. Harrington of Leominster; a daughter and son in law, Jennifer J. and Alvin Rivera of Lunenburg; a sister, Nancy Plumb of Leominster and six grandchildren, Alisha Harrington, Anthony Bergeron, Ashley Bergeron, AmberRivera, Jacob LaCroix and Andrew Harrington.
He was the husband of the late Carol (Yapchian) Harrington of Leominster who died in 1973 and the brother of the late John Harrington of Vermont who died many years ago.
A funeral service will be held 10 a.m. Friday, October 15th at the T.J. Anderson & Son Funeral Home, 250 Main Street (Rte 119) Townsend Center. Please see www.andersonfuneral.com for additional information. Burial will be in St. Bernard's Cemetery, Fitchburg. Calling hours are 5-8 Thursday.
Memorial contributions may be made to Mass Lions Eye Research, C/O PDG William T. Murphy, PO Box 6050, New Bedford MA 02742-6050
Published in Bennington Banner on Oct. 14, 2010
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