Consigli Ruggerio Funeral Home

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Raymond A. Thomas, 63,

Raymond A. Thomas, 63, of Milford, passed away Saturday, March 25, 2017 at the Beaumont Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Northbridge. He was born in Milford son of the late Raymond and Antonetta (DiGregorio) Thomas and was a lifelong Milford resident. He was educated in the Milford schools.       

Raymond was a skilled heavy equipment operator. He spent many years employed by Bevilacqua Paving, Consigli Construction, Highland Construction, and Iannitelli Paving.      

Raymond enjoyed being outdoors. He was an avid fisherman and enjoyed spending time at Kezar Lake in Maine. His family will always remember his sense of humor, his innate ability to tell a story, and his contagious, unforgettable, boisterous laugh.

He is survived by his daughter Laurie and husband Peter Nahass Jr. of Marlborough, his son Jeff Iacovelli and wife Lauren of Milford, his brother David Thomas and wife Jeannette of Milford, his sister Donna Crandall and husband Bob of Hopedale, two grandchildren, Peter Nahass III and Zack Iacovelli, and many loving relatives.    

A funeral home service will be held Wednesday March 29, 2017 at 7 P.M. at the Consigli-Ruggerio Funeral Home, 46 Water St., Milford.  The calling hours will be held prior to funeral home services from 4 to 7 P.M. Please visit us. The burial will be private and at the convenience of the family.

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Dad, We love you so much. More than you ever knew. Our hearts are at ease knowing you are at peace. I know I will see you again one day. Please watch after us. All my love Chickie
Laurie Nahass


We love you and will miss you so much! My heart is broken but I know you are in heaven telling a story and laughing. Rest in peace Raymond. Love you!
Donna Crandall


U are one of my best friends that I could count on we had so much fun growing up in neighborhood and we did some crazy things I will always love u @ I'll never forget u ever!!!!!!!
John


Raymond, I will never forget the great times we had growing up. We will truly miss you. Rest in peace.
Loreto


Uncle, Missing you and I know you are watching over us smiling. I will never forget your stories and laughter, and how the smell of cigars always reminds me of you and Saturday nights with the family. Will always cherish those memories and fun times. Rest easy, love you -Jessica
Jessica


Although we didn't know you all that well we are so grateful that your daughter is in our life. Rest in peace. The Nahass's Peter and Pam)
Pam And Zpeter Nahass


So sorry to hear of your loss. My heart and thoughts are with you.
Lee-Ann (MacArthur) Hamlin


We have a lot of memories growing up and as long as those memories are with me, you will always be in my heart.Rest in peace 6 Foot.You will be missed.
Phyllis


Always in my heart.
Kathy


I will always remember Ray taught my son Joshua how remember and recite the "Our Father" he will be always in my prayers and thoughts..
catherine villani and joshua nunnally


Donna and Family, So sorry for your lose I remember Raymond when we were kids, such a cutie. Sending Thoughts and Prayers. Beverly (Earl) Jones.
Beverly (Earl) Jones


ray, my summers were made by you and the stunts, fireworks and the fun!
chloe


So sad and unfair that you had to leave us so soon. Thanks for all the fun times fishing and playing golf. And please always remember that I was proud to be your Brother-in-Law and proud to be your Friend. RIP Ray. Bob
Bob Crandall


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