TIMOTHY F. "TIM" FIDGEON
1944 - 2021
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FIDGEON, Timothy F. "Tim" Local Attorney Mr. Timothy "Tim" Francis Fidgeon of Swampscott, Massachusetts, passed away on Friday February 12, 2021, at the age of 76. Tim was born on March 31, 1944 in Brooklyn, New York. He graduated from Chaminade High School in Mineola, NY in 1962; from St. Bonaventure University in Olean, NY in 1965, and Harvard Law School, Boston in 1968. He joined the Army, completed basic training at Ft. Gordon, Georgia, and then served with the Military Police in Panama. After his military service, Tim joined the law firm of Hemenway and Barnes LLP where as a partner, he assisted both individuals and commercial clients on business, succession, tax and estate planning. Additionally, he administered as executor or legal advisor to multiple estates. In 2013 Tim was awarded the Five Star Estate Planning Award by Boston Magazine and the Top Rated Lawyer in Taxation Law by the American Lawyer and Corporate Counsel Magazine. Tim was also a lecturer for MCLE and a member of the Board of Trustees, St. Bonaventure University. Tim was an avid golfer, although, he would be the first to tell you, he wasn't much of one. Even if he never quite found his game, he was happy smoking a cigar while playing a round at Tedesco Country Club, or with friends from Western New York and Georgia. Tim was a tinkerer, a gardener, and a dog lover. He enjoyed a drive while listening to an "oldies" station. Tim was also a bargain hunter and a bit of a clothes horse. No one navigated the sales racks at Filene's as he did. But most importantly, Tim was a kind, soft- spoken man with an easy laugh who considered what he said carefully and delivered it measuredly. Tim was preceded in his death by his parents, Agnes and Francis Fidgeon, and by his sister, Judith Bloom. Tim is survived by his loving wife, M. Pamela Daniels of Swampscott; daughter, Jessica Pluskowski and her husband Boris of Mill Valley, California; son, Stephen and his wife Elizabeth Langlois of New York; his grandchildren, Dylan, Eden and Hannah; his sister, Marianne Krantz of Orland, California, and his brother, Matthew Fidgeon and his wife Connie of Seattle, Washington; stepson, Peter Krog, II of Orchard Park, NY, and stepdaughter, Gay Krog of Orchard Park, NY, and step-grandchildren, Joshua and Kennady Krog of Orchard Park, NY, and several nieces and nephews. Tim loved his wife, his children, his stepchildren, his grandchildren, and his extended family and friends. He will be greatly missed. Private Services will be held at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the House of Bread, 1453 Main Street, Hartford, CT 06120. Arrangements by the Solimine Funeral Home, LYNN, MA. Guestbook at www.solimine.com


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Published in Boston Globe from Feb. 21 to Feb. 28, 2021.
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February 21, 2021
Tim was a kind, sweet man with a quick wit. I happened to have a meeting with him the day his Grandson Dylan was born. He was absolutely giddy with happiness as I’m sure he was when Eden and Hannah were born. My thoughts and sympathies go out to his family who’s hearts are surely broken having lost him much too soon. As time passes may all the happy memories they shared comfort and sustain them in their grief. Rest well dear friend. Dolores (Dolly) Stevens
Dolores Stevens
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February 21, 2021
The Solimine Family and Staff wish to express our sincere sympathy to you. It is our hope that we may be able to make this difficult period more bearable. Please feel free to call on us at anytime, as we are always available for you.
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