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Attleboro Obituary: Kenneth Leo Elliot Sr.

Remembering Kenneth Leo Elliot Sr.

Kenneth Leo Elliot Sr. Duffy-Poule Funeral Home
Kenneth Leo Elliot Sr. Duffy-Poule Funeral Home
From Duffy-Poule Funeral Home:

ATTLEBORO – Kenneth Leo Elliott Sr., 75, of Attleboro, passed away on Saturday, January 4th 2014 after a courageous battle with cancer and heart disease. He was the husband of the late Beverly A. (Furtado) Elliott to whom he was married to for 40 years until her passing in October 1997.

Kenneth was born and raised in Pawtucket RI and was the son of the late Arthur and Ethel (Grayson) Elliott. He is survived by his sister Barbara Sinesi of West Warwick RI and his brother Paul Elliott Sr. of Florida. He was the brother of the late Charles Elliott and Mary Langlois.

After their marriage, Kenneth and Beverly bought their home and raised their three children in Attleboro MA. He is survived by his two sons and their spouses: Kenneth L. Elliott Jr. and his wife Karen of Attleboro, Michael J. Elliott and his wife Judy of North Attleboro, and his one daughter Tracy M. Peirce of Attleboro. In addition to his three children Mr. Elliott is also survived by his four grandchildren: Derrick Elliott, Kendra Elliott, and Kyle Elliott of Attleboro and Jennifer Elliott of Maryland. He is also survived by “his girl” Maryan Allard of Pawtucket RI and several very close and dear friends who have been by his side during his illness with love and devotion.

Mr. Elliott was employed for 42 years until his retirement in 2001 by Larson Tool and Stamping Company of Attleboro, which he thought of as his second family.

Mr. Elliott enjoyed working in his yard, golfing, fishing and spending as much time as he could by the ocean. He loved to watch the Red Sox and the New England Patriots.

Burial will be private.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Community VNA Hospice, 10 Emory Street Attleboro MA 02703

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