David R. Turgeon
1948 - 2021
BORN
1948
DIED
2021
David R. Turgeon, 73, of East Falmouth formerly of Granby and South Hadley entered into rest on Tuesday, September 7, 2021. Born on April 28, 1948, in Holyoke, son of the late Roger and Jeanie (Houston) Turgeon.

David went to Chicopee Comprehensive High School and continued his education at Western New England College. He worked for the Federal Government as an agent for 33 years.

David took pride in his lawn, loved jazz, his stereos, and CD collection. He was an avid Red Sox fan until they hired Alex Cora back then he became a NY Yankee and NY Giants Football fan. David played competitive tennis for many years, following Wimbledon, French Open, and the US Open religiously.

He is survived by his beloved wife of 17 years, Gail A. Goraj. Loving cousin of Jean Miller and her husband Ed. Dear brother-in-law to David Goraj and his wife Debra and Jay Goraj and his wife Julie. Also survived by many nieces, nephews, and good friends. Preceded in death by his parent-in-laws, Frederick and Edna Goraj.

Service will be private.

Remembrances in his memory may be made to Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Development Office, 116 Huntington Ave., Boston, MA 02116

For online guestbook and obituary please visit www.chapmanfuneral.com
Published by The Republican from Sep. 13 to Sep. 14, 2021.
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My deepest condolences to you Gail for the loss of David. I always enjoyed our many interesting conversations.
Maria Desmarais
September 14, 2021
Gail we are very sorry to hear about the passing of our cousin David. May happy memories bring you comfort. Love, Cindi and Zeke Sicard
Cindi and Zeke Sicard
Family
September 14, 2021
Working at remote offices in USDOL Dave brought good stories to our periodic staff meetings, and he was the first phone call most mornings. He made sure western Massachusetts had a voice in the Boston office. Rest in peace
Marty Scanlon, AFGE Local 948
Work
September 14, 2021
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