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ROBERT ALAN KING

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ROBERT ALAN KING Obituary
KING, Robert Alan "Bo" Age 69, formerly of Walpole, MA and Sebago, ME passed away suddenly on Friday, August 23 surrounded by loved ones. Bo leaves behind his loving wife Donna F. (Aker) King, his son Michael and wife Kelly (Kelleher) King of Plymouth, MA, his daughter Katie and her husband Daniel Stelmach of Grafton, MA, 4 grandchildren Maeve and Finnian King and Sean and Brendan Stelmach. He also leaves behind a brother Todd and wife Margaret King of Bonita Springs Fl, sister Lois and husband Craig Jennings (deceased) of Walpole, MA and sister Alma and husband Richard Dempsey of Portsmouth, RI along with a very large extended family of in-laws, nieces and nephews. Born to Thomas S. and Alma E. (Blois) King (both deceased) of Hyde Park, Bo graduated from Roslindale High School with the class of 1962 along with his future wife Donna. Bo played 3 years of varsity hockey and was selected as a city of Boston All Scholastic. He attended Northeastern University for his undergraduate studies, spent 6 years in the army reserves and received his MBA from Suffolk University in 1978. Bo started his career as a sales rep for Colgate Oral Pharmaceuticals (a division of Colgate Palmolive) and would spend the next 33 years growing their brand and climbing the corporate ladder. He would retire in 2000 as the Director of International Business Development receiving numerous accolades and awards along the way including the companys prestigious Presidents Award. Uncle Bo as he was known by the extended family and Pabo, as the grandkids called him, had numerous interests including hockey, golf, fishing, running, hiking/walking, painting, boating but his favorite thing was being there to help, support, advise or entertain his family and the people around him. He was tireless in his efforts to give more than expected as he would frequently say to those seeking advice and he lived every day to the fullest. His greatest love was his family. The dedication and devotion he showed towards them along with the personal sacrifices he made for them made him the greatest husband, father, grandfather, brother or uncle anyone could ever have. Words cant explain how much he will be missed by all those that had the privilege of knowing him. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend the Mass of Christian Burial that will be celebrated in Saint Timothy's Church, Nichols Street, Norwood on Thursday, August 29, 2013, at 10AM. Visiting hours are Wednesday, August 28, 2013, in the James H. Delaney & Son Funeral Home, 48 Common Street, Walpole from 4pm to 8pm. Interment in the Highland Cemetery, Norwood, MA Memorial donations may be made to the , 20 Speen Street, Framingham, MA 01701.
Published in The Boston Globe from Aug. 27 to Aug. 28, 2013
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