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Timothy P. Eastwood

1973 - 2015 Obituary Condolences
Timothy P. Eastwood Obituary
Timothy P. Eastwood, 42, a lifelong Franklin resident, died Wednesday, July 8, 2015, at the Landmark Medical Center in Woonsocket. He was the husband of Meghan C. (Baxter) Eastwood. Born in Milford, March 15, 1973, he was raised and educated in Franklin, and was a 1991 graduate of Franklin High School. He was employed as the manager of the FW Webb Plumbing & Bath Center in Bellingham, for the past 9 years. Tim will be remembered as a dedicated family man who was a beloved husband, father, son, brother and a friend to all. He was an avid football fan, devoted girls softball coach, and his passing leaves a huge void in the hearts of all who knew him. Surviving in addition to his wife, of 18 years, are his Father, Paul F. Eastwood and his partner Donna Colace of Franklin, his mother Joanne Getchell of Franklin, a daughter Sabryna R. Eastwood of Franklin, a sister Heidi M. Eastwood of Franklin, 3 nephews: Corey Eastwood, and Kevin & Kyle Baxter, a niece Tessa Eastwood, his father and mother in law: James & Catherine Baxter of Woonsocket, his brother in law Sean and his wife Dawn Baxter of Bellingham, his beloved dog Shadow, and many aunts, uncles, cousins and extended family members. He is also the grandson of the late Jerry & Elizabeth Eastwood, and Warren and Mary Getchell. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his funeral service, Monday, July 13th at 12 Noon in the Charles F. Oteri & Son Franklin Funeral Home 33 Cottage Street. Interment will follow in St. Mary's Cemetery. Calling hours are Sunday 2-6 PM. Donations in his memory sent to Sabryna's Smiles Epilepsy Foundation, 544 Gallivan Blvd., Boston, MA 02124 would be appreciated. Guestbook/Directions www.oterifuneralhome.com
Published in The Country Gazette from July 10 to July 24, 2015
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