Stephen-Ericson-Obituary

Stephen A. Ericson

Quincy, Massachusetts

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I remember Steve as my Dad's Florida friend from Boston. What a great man and friend Steve was. Florida won't be the same without Steve. Over the years we spent time with Steve on his "Island", fishing on his boat, dancing, eating and enjoying each other's company. Steve was very special to me , my Dad & Mom. Steve has left us with so many beautiful memories that will live in our heart's forever. We will pray for everyone who loves Steve to find peace and comfort at this...

To the Ericson Family; I am sorry to hear about your father. I did not hear of his passing until 11/10/2017. I had a great time at the TRYC with Steve and his family. Again my condolences. BOB O'Hanley

We have a lot of fun memories with Steve on View St. He will surely be missed. Thinking of your family at this time. Lauren Kane & Jason Riley

Our condolences to your family. He will be missed on View St. Alex and Tricia Brown

Sincere condolences to your family. He will be missed on View Street.

Bill & Carol Cachion

My condolences go out to the Family of Steve. He was a good friend and will be missed. We had a lot of good talks down on View St.

Our thoughts and prayers are will you all at this difficult time.

The McBurnie's

Sincere condolences to all.

P/C Paul and Valia Thoms
TRYC

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Stephen's Obituary

Stephen A. "Captain of the Yankee Doodle" Ericson, a former resident of Quincy, but recently resided in Lantana, Fla., died October 30, 2017, after his long term battle with cancer. He was the beloved father of Kenneth Rheaume of Holbrook, Julie Dozier of Taunton, Keith Ericson of...

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