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Bernard Gorman

Wilbraham, Massachusetts

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Bernard “Red” T. Gorman, 88, of Wilbraham passed away on July 3rd, 2020. Red will be sadly missed by his family, countless friends and neighbors and will be remembered for his generous spirit, humble nature and Irish wit. Red was born in Charlestown, MA on July 24th, 1931 to the late Thomas and...

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My sympathies to the Gorman family. Wishing you all peace during this difficult time. Although it has been so many years, I remember him fondly.

I knew Mr Gorman 50 years spent many a day at his home.His love for the red Sox was unmatched actually shud have played for them.Very sorry to the gorman family I know he will be greatly missed.

Fantastic Stop & Shop manager. I had the pleasure to work with Red or Bernie as his hair grayed, for many many years. Red always took care of his employees and recognized their value to the company. Please know that your dad and granddad was a GOOD MAN. Laura Bogdanowicz East Longmeadow

I am very sorry for your loss. Red, and my dad, Gene Rozak, were Stop & Shop buddies. I, also worked at S&S- he was always so nice and always happy. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Bernie was one of the best people you could meet. Always so helpful to young people in Stop and shop. People like Bernie made Stop and shop a better place to work and shop.

One of the best managers Ive ever had the pleasure of working with. He was a great person. Sorry for your loss.

Im so sorry for your loss Rob, Ann, Abby, Hannah, Michael and the rest of the Gorman family. Thinking and praying for you all.

Xoxoxo
Karen Moriarty

Bernie will forever hold a place in my heart as our little league coach and mentor with the Wilshire Tigers. Fond memories of how young boys competed, built relationships and celebrated victories. My condolences go out to Tom and the Gorman family.

Red Gorman, what a great guy. Sorry for your loss. I worked with both Red and Charlotte at Stop & Shop for several years in the fifties and sixties. Wonderful couple.