Carl H. Miranda

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  • "Carl, good times. M. xoxo"
  • ""Carl, we started working together at Jasons and then onto..."
    - Jack Perola
  • "he was a good friend to me I well miss him"
    - jack wier
  • "I miss you my dear friend....Thanksgiving at my house will..."
    - Becky Lee
  • "Rest in peace old friend. Although we had different paths..."
    - Fred Guerriero
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MIRANDA Carl H. of Quincy entered into Eternal rest on March 30, 2016 after a lengthy, courageous battle with lung cancer. He was born in Brooklyn New York to Carmine and Esta (DeLucia) Miranda of Brooklyn NY. He is survived by his sister Angela Miranda of Hollywood, CA. He was a loving uncle to Richard Cordes of Los Angeles, Darrin Cordes and his wife Wendy of Glendale California and Christopher Cordes of Chicago, IL. Cherished and loving friend of Jimmy and Becky Lee of Hanover and their son's Patrick and Justin of South Boston. Mr. Miranda served in the US Army during the Vietnam War and was a Bronze Star recipient. Mr. Miranda moved to the Boston area in the early 1970s and embarked on a career in the Boston Night Club scene and commercial real estate business. He was the founder of many Boston area Night Clubs most noted the Harbor Club, and also Chevy's Bel Air Caf and Pat Flanagan’s in Quincy. Services are private at Mr. Miranda's request. In Lieu of Flowers, donations can be made to the Jimmy Fund: For guestbook WILLIAM J. GORMLEY FUNERAL SERVICE 617-323-8600

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Published in Boston Herald on Apr. 7, 2016
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