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Robert R. Elliott

January 1, 1970 - April 9, 2008

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West Boylston-
Robert R. Elliott, 75, of West Boylston, fromerly of Franklin, died
Wednesday, April 9, 2008 at the Beth Israel Hospital in Boston. He was the
son of the late Norman and Hilda Dort Elliott.

He was married for 53 years to Theresa (Sonier) Elliot. They had lived in
Holliston for a few years and then moved to Franklin for 26 years and
later to North Carolina for 12 years and finally resided in West Boylston
for the past 10 years. Robert was an Air Force Veteran who served in the
Korean War. He worked at Raytheon for 35 years and retired at
the age of 62. He was a passionate golfer and an avid Patriots and Red Sox
Fan. He was a member of the Westminster Country Club and enjoyed fishing
and watching his grandchildren’s sporting events.

He is survived by 4 sons, Dale Elliott and his wife Patty of Northborough,
Jeffery Elliott and his wife Jody of West Dover, VT., Marc Elliott and his
wife Terry of Franklin, Timothy Elliott and his wife Denise of Attleboro,
1 daughter, Joan Ojemann and her husband David of Harvard, 1 brother
Donald Elliott and his wife Noreen of Hernando, FL., and 1 sister, Doris
Hopkins of Hyannis. He also leaves behind 9 grandchildren. He is
predeceased by a brother, Norman Elliott Jr.

Visitation hours will take place on Sunday, April 13 from 4-8p.m. at the
Chesmore Funeral Home of Holliston, 854 Washington St. (RT. 126)
www.ChesmoreFuneralHome.com A prayer service will be held on Monday in
the Funeral Home at 11:30a.m. with burial following at Lake Grove Cemetery
in Holliston. In lieu of flowers, Donations may be made to a Cancer
Charity of one’s own choice.