BERTRAM-SHEPPARD-Obituary

BERTRAM W. SHEPPARD

Stoneham, Massachusetts

May 20, 1933 – Sep 10, 2018 (Age 85)

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SHEPPARD, Bertram W. Of Stoneham, formerly of Wakefield, Sept 10. Beloved husband of Lorraine R. (McWhinnie). Loving father of Susan Bellavia & husband Joe of FL, Karen Sweetland & husband Brian of No. Reading, Janice Keefe & late husband Robert of Wakefield, and the late Michael...

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Uncle Bert, you are so loved and will be greatly missed. The world truly lost a great man and a beautiful soul. Rest in the sweetest peace ❤

Please give my Grampie a huge hug for me.

I am deeply saddened to hear that your father past. Give my sympathies to your mom from my mother. You are in my thoughts. He was a wonderful man, father, husband, grandfather. My deepest sympathies to all of your family. Prayers and healing light.

Dearest Lorrraine, Sue, Karen and Janie,

How sad we are that Bert has passed on to heaven, but how happy we are that you got one of the very best!!!
He was a man to admire in so many ways. Always demonstrating fairness and love to his family. We shared in so many happy times with your family and we will miss him greatly!!
Unfortunately we will not be able to attend the services as family commitments take us away Thursday Through Sunday. We will be there in spirit...

Lorraine and family; My thoughts and prayer's are with you all. Bert will be surely missed. Norm D.

Rest In Peace cousin. So many I've never met, but wish I had. My condolences to your family.

I work at Bert's doctor's office, and he always made me smile when he came in. he was a great person, and he will be missed very much. Rest in Peace, Bert.

Susan:
So sorry to hear about your dad.
I had great memories and laughs working with him on and off the job.
He will be missed.
Mike and Kathy Curran

With deepest heartfelt sympathy to you all on the loss of your beloved husband dad and grandma dad

My condolences to my Sheppard family on the loss of Uncle Bert. He was loved by many and his loss will be keenly felt by all who knew him.