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Richard R. Page, Sr.

Funeral services were held privately for Richard R. Page, Sr., who died on Sunday, October 7th at the Don Orione Home in East Boston following a long illness. He was 81 years old.

Richard was born & raised in the Eagle Hill section of East Boston and was educated in Boston Public Schools and he attended East Boston High School. Richard began working in the construction industry and focused on roofing. He worked on many of the various buildings and properties in and around the City of Boston. He did this for many years, becoming an expert in his field. He later took a position at Textron and became an Engineering Technician, where he worked for approximately 15 years. Richard and his wife were married on March 19, 1966. Together they began their life in East Boston where they raised their family, in 1996, they moved to Winthrop. Richard was fondly known as a loving and caring family man. He especially enjoyed being a grandfather and cherished his time being surrounded with his grandchildren. He was also known for his passion of building models, especially model ships. His patient nature and keen ability he possessed made him a master at his craft.

He is the devoted husband of 52 years of Toni L. (Capolupo) Page of Winthrop. Loving father of Michelle A. Benrifi & husband Allal of Haverhill, Donna J. Page of Winthrop, Richard R. Page, Jr. & wife Nicole of Lynn, Alicia J. Smith & husband Joshua of Chilmark, Martha’s Vineyard and the late Jonathan & Catherine Page. He is the adored grandfather of Alyssa, Zachary, U.U., Joshua, Richard, III, Anthony & Olivia. He is the dear brother of Lawrence Page & his wife Theresa of Carver and the late Frederick Page.


Funeral Services were private.

Remembrances may be made to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105-9959.


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