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Ronald C. Cutraro


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Ronald C. Cutraro Obituary
Ronald Charles Cutraro, 71, died on Saturday, July 15, in his hometown of Beverly after his battle with Alzheimers. He was born on March 19, 1946 to Louis M. Cutraro and Rita L. Cutraro in Salem, MA. The family later moved to Beverly, where he excelled as a student at St Marys School. Rons academic excellence eared him placement at St Johns Preparatory School. He earned his double eagle status graduating with both a B.A. and a M.Ed. from Boston College. Ron embarked upon a remarkable career as an elementary school teacher for the town of Brookline, MA where he became known as the famous Mr. C. He always made himself available to students who needed more, a warm smile, or help with a forgotten lunch. Mr. C was also the varsity boys tennis coach for Brookline High School, guiding his players to multiple state titles. Ron was a USPTA pro | he enjoyed both playing and instructing tennis on a competitive level. He could be found on his off days smoking a Sherlock Holmes pipe and reading a novel while eating fruit and talking to his cat Bogus. He enjoyed spending February vacations in Hawaii with his parents, Rita and Louis and Rev. Frederick McGowan. Some of Rons most exciting years were spent working with the Lloyd family of Brookline to build schools and teach underprivileged children in Chile. Above all else, Ron was great adventurer and traveler. He led an Indiana Jones-style-life which took him to Egypt, Nairobi, Morocco, Easter Island, the Galapagos, Matchu Picchu, the Amazon, Chichen Itza, Stonehenge, the Grand Bazaar, the Colosseum, the Acropolis, Diamond Head, the Aran Islands, and Loch Ness. These are only some of his many adventures. He was a devoted son, brother, friend, uncle, and teacher. His life should serve as an example for people to be open-minded students of the world. He is survived by his sister, Diane E.(Cutraro) Murawski and her husband Edward Murawski of Peabody; niece, Christina Baran of Peabody; nephews, John Baran of Ipswich, Anthony Murawski of Gloucester, Matthew Murawski of South Boston and numerous close friends and colleagues all of whom will miss him. His funeral Mass will be celebrated on Monday, July 24th in St. Mary Star of the Sea Church, 253 Cabot St., Beverly at 10 a.m. Visiting hours will be held on Sunday in the Campbell Funeral Home, 525 Cabot St., Beverly from 4 | 7 p.m. Relatives and friends are cordially invited to attend. In lieu of flowers the family asks for a donation in his memory to Northeast Animal Shelter, 347 Highland Ave., Salem, MA 01970. Direction, information and condolences at www.campbellfuneraal.com.
Published in The Brookline Tab from July 18 to July 27, 2017
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