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Clarence Dwinnell

June 10, 1931 - December 30, 2017

Celebration of Life: Sunday, January 14th 2:00 p.m. Woodville Rod & Gun Club

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Maureen and Family - What to say? Other than what a great and genuine guy Red was! Truly the salt of the earth! Always busy, but never too busy to help anyone that needed it. Our kids always enjoyed the trip over to the farm to get grain or supplies or to just ask some questions about our animals. Really a step back in time. He will truly be missed and will always remembered for the generosity and yankee ingenuity that he shared. All the best to you and the entire Dwinnell clan! Scott

Posted by Scott Richardson on January 10, 2018

Dearest Cyndi and Family: I am very saddened to read of your Dads' passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I know that you will find comfort in each other and in the memories you will all share. With Deepest Sympathy, Betsy St. Germain.

Posted by Betsy St Germain on January 3, 2018

Red producing a rainbow in the garden....

Posted by Joseph E Bleakney on January 2, 2018

Rennie and the Dwinnell Family I send my deepest sympathy. So very sorry to hear of Reds' passing.

Posted by Mary Jane Lorei on January 2, 2018

Maureen & the Dwinnell Family, Our condolences to you at this sad time. We enjoyed being a stop on "Red's Route" and being a "couple of his girls". Always enjoyed seeing his smiling face, usually a bit mischevious, with his sparkling eyes when he'd stop by and check in. Everything was right as rain, when Red was haying the fields. His work ethic was admirable and he knew more than the Farmer's Almanac! He did more before 5 am, than most people do all day. He could always answer my animal related questions. If I had a sick animal, he would tell me not to bother calling the vet, as he could cure them and it would only cost 19 cents for the bullet! I would tell him it was my job to help pay off the vet's education and then he'd tell me to call him anytime, if I ended up needing his services. Hope there is lots of blueberry pie in heaven for him! We will miss him too. Take Care. Gina & Gabby

Posted by Gina Melnick on January 2, 2018

Maureen and family; so sorry for your loss. I'd heard Red was in hospice but still hard to see of his death. I remember so enjoying seeing him driving around Hopkinton collecting food for the animals. And as someone who grew up spending many of my after school hours at a farm down the road, a stop by the Dwinnel house to chat or for a turkey was nostalgic, with that mix of ready welcome, people coming and going, and activity. While I haven't seen him in a few years, he will be missed.

Posted by Peter LaGoy on January 2, 2018

Please accept our condolences of the passing of Red. Red was a family friend. For many years we both lived on Fruit Street in Woodville. I have not seen Red for about 4 years when w chance to meet at my son Michael's house in Upton, MA. He will be missed! George & Georgia Brodeur Twin Mountain, NH

Posted by George Brodeur on January 2, 2018

To the Dwinnell Family, I am so sorry for your loss. Althought I haven’t seen Red in a few years I have thought of hin often. Wondering how he’s doing as well as all of you. Red may you Rest In Peace. My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this very difficult time. Robin

Posted by Robin Frye on January 2, 2018