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In Memory

George Duhaime

DUHAIME, George J. 60, of Needham, December 31, 2010. Beloved husband of Mary C. (Quern) Duhaime. Loving father of Joyce M. Duhaime-Jourdan and her husband Jim of Needham and Jennifer A. Duhaime-Baker and her wife Suzanne of Randolph. Brother of Lorraine Abruzzi of Framingham, Doris Paolucci of Lenox, Iris Nasson of Jamaica Plain, and the late June Perry. Grandfather of James, Jacqueline and Joseph. Funeral from the Eaton Funeral Home, 1351 Highland Ave, NEEDHAM on Wednesday, January 5 at 9:30 AM followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in Mary Immaculate of Lourdes Church, Newton Upper Falls at 10:30 am. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend. Visiting hours on Tuesday from 4-8 PM. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations in George's name may be made to the American Heart Assoc., 20 Speen St., Framingham, MA 01701. Late member Needham High School Class of 1970, former employee of the former AJ Felz Plumbing Supply in Newton for over 20 years and owner of D's Bait and Tackle in Needham. Avid hunter and fisherman. For obit, directions or to send a note of condolencepleasevisit www.eatonfuneralhomes.com Eaton Funeral Home 781-444-0201

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01/04/11 08:53 PM #1    

William Carr


George (Doo Doo) Duhaine was a great guy, a great friend, and a truly funny guy. I went through Mitchell school with him and watched as he did his “orbits” down Dell Ave. I was with him in Pollard when he kicked Donny Adamson’s feet out from underneath him in gym class. I also worked with George at Rizzo’s Arco and watched him play “Hide and Seek” around the station. The last time I saw George was at the class 30th reunion. He was in the bar at the Needham Sheraton and he felt he couldn’t go into the reunion because he didn’t graduate with the class. I pointed out to George that I hadn’t graduated either and that he should come in. I think he did but I’m not sure. I loved George and his “antics” and the world is a worse place without him. Even though I didn’t ever see you George I will truly, truly miss you and I hope to see you when I get to the other side
                                                                                                Your Friend;
                                                                                                Willy Carr

01/07/11 09:45 AM #2    

Paul Neale

I agree with you Bill, George was always a fun guy at Mitchell school. We used to skateboard down Dell Ave (or roughly half way down) where we'd always end up crashing into the stone wall in front of his house.  He did come in at the 30th and I know he was glad he did. I will remember him fondly perhaps not as the graduating class of NHS but as a big part of the neighborhood and the Needham family.


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