Robert MacLeod
1918 - 2015
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Robert J. MacLeod, 96

West Millbury, MA - Robert "Bob" MacLeod died peacefully during Holy Week. He is survived by his beloved wife, Nancy Fay; sons Roderick (and Betsy) MacLeod, OH; David (and Debra) MacLeod, MD; Bruce MacLeod (partner Beverly McGrath), Worcester; daughter Judith (and Scott) Froman, Cape Cod; his brother Roderick C. MacLeod of Westboro; grandchildren Bonnie (and Chris) Luker, OH; Scott (and Nicole) MacLeod, KY; Peter MacLeod, Washington, DC; Adam (and Jelena) MacLeod, CT; Ben MacLeod, MD; Rhiannon and Michael Froman, Cape Cod; great-grandchildren Max and Thad Luker.

Bob grew up in Brighton, MA, graduated from Boston Latin High School, Marietta College, and Andover Newton Theological School. He was ordained in 1946, served Congregational and United Church of Christ congregations in OH; NH (Newport); MA (Boylston, Stoughton, Middleboro, Newburyport). Served as Minister of Visitation in Auburn, MA and Interim Minister in Wrentham, MA.

Abundant pride in his family made his eyes twinkle and smile beam.

Memorial celebration: Saturday, April 18th, 11am, First Congregational Church United Church of Christ, 128 Central Street, Auburn, MA 01501. Donations may be made to the Memorial Fund in honor of Robert J. MacLeod and payable "First Congregational Church" or to a social justice organization of one's choice.


Published in Worcester Telegram & Gazette from Apr. 10 to Apr. 12, 2015.
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April 13, 2015
To Nancy and family please accept our condolences. I remember the wonderful times in West Millbury with Judy and then with my children growing up. Bob was a wonderful man and Emily and Joey loved seeing him. Now he can join my dad and Bob Maynard to keep up heaven's lawn!!!
Lynn Quitadamo
April 10, 2015
Nancy and family. So sorry for your loss. I have lots of good memories with Rev. Macleod. He was there with prayers, stories and laughs during my husbands illness and last days. We looked forward to his visits. He will be missed. Love, thoughts and prayers to all of you at this very sad time.
Norma Morgan
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