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THOMAS A. CAREY Jr.


1938 - 2018 Obituary Condolences
THOMAS A. CAREY Jr. Obituary
CAREY, Thomas A., Jr. Thomas A. Carey, Jr., 80, of Haverhill passed away peacefully at home with his family by his side, on Sunday, September 9. Mr. Carey was born in Medford on March 22, 1938 the son of the late Thomas A. and Catherine (Matthews) Carey. Tom was educated in the Medford school system and graduated from Medford High School with the class of 1956. Upon graduation, he enlisted in the Air Force. After his honorable discharge he started his 32 year career at the MBTA. Mr. Carey loved classic cars, enjoyed going to car shows and reading. Above all else he loved his family, 'his girls', and being a Grampy. Thomas was predeceased by his sister, Jane C. Thompson. He is survived by his loving wife of 53 years, Mary R. (Scott) Carey of Haverhill, three daughters, Kristen Kilcommins and her husband Michael of Harvard, Patricia Carey-Hill and her husband Dwayne of Valencia, CA., and Dawn Piekarski and her husband Matthew of Upton, four grandchildren, Abigail, Grace, Sophia and Laura. As well as, his brothers and sisters in law, Jim Scott, Kathleen McMahon, Joe Scott, Helene Scott and several nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend his calling hours on Thursday, Sept. 13, from 4-7 PM at the H.L. Farmer and Sons Bradford Funeral Home, 210 South Main St., (Rt. 125) Bradford. His funeral service will follow the calling hours at 7:15PM at the Funeral Home. Interment at the New Hampshire Veterans Cemetery will be private and at the convenience of his family. To share a memory or for more information, please visit www.farmerfuneralhomes.com H.L. Farmer & Sons Funeral Homes & Cremation Service Haverhill and Bradford 978.372.9311

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Published in The Boston Globe on Sept. 11, 2018
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