Stoughton, Massachusetts

Sep 26, 1928 – Sep 25, 2017 (Age 88)

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Tom and Cathy I was so glad that I got to see your Dad a few weeks ago when you came to Stoughton. He seemed to be doing Ok. Your parents had spent their entire adult life married and living in the same location. Your mothers passing turned his whole life upside-down. Life as he knew it could never be the same. He passed the day before his Birthday and joined your mother. So he never had to spend a Birthday his adult life without your mother. God Bless them both and may they rest in peace....

Paul,deeply saddened for your loss. If you recall we worked together years ago at CF. You always had a smile and a pleasure to work with. I am sure mark and Jeff Farley are taking great care of you. Great family. I live in Asia now I would have liked to be able to attend the services but it would be tough. I hope you are okay and I hope this message puts a smile on your face. Godspeed and condolences

Tommy and Paul: We are very sorry and saddened to hear about the passing of your dear father. We remember with great fondness all the wonderful family gatherings we had in years past, especially at Uncle Andy's home. Inevitably, the conversations at these get-togethers always included good-natured bantering back and forth with your dad about the Boston sports teams. Recalling those fun times elicits a hearty chuckle, even now! Please know that we are thinking of you, and extend to you...


THOMAS's Obituaries

TRAY, Thomas A., Sr. Of Stoughton, formerly of East Boston, age 88, September 25. Husband of the late Mary L. (Colangelo). Father of Thomas A. Tray, Jr. and his wife Cathy of Williamsburg, VA and Paul Tray and his wife Gail of Brockton. Grandfather of Nathaniel Davenport and David Tray....

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