Consigli Ruggerio Funeral Home

Edward Petrini, 52,

Edward Petrini, 52, of Milford, passed away on Tuesday, October 3, 2017 in his home surrounded by his family. He was the husband of Susan E. (Cassidy) Petrini for 12 years. He was born in Milford, son of Sisto and Eleana (Pizzillo) Petrini of Milford and was a lifelong Milford resident. He was a graduate of the Milford High School class of 1983. He was a graduate of Fisher College where he received a degree in business and a minor in plastics engineering.

Mr. Petrini was employed as a director of manufacturing and facilities at T.E. Connectivity. He enjoyed camping, walking his dogs, fishing and darts.          

In addition to his wife and parents, he is survived by his children, Edward J. Petrini of New Bedford, Kayla A. Petrini, uncles, aunts, and cousins.          

The funeral will be held Saturday, October 7, 2016 at 8 A.M. in the lower church at the Sacred Heart of Jesus Church 7 East Main St. The burial will be at the convenience of the family. Calling hours are Friday from 5 to 7 P.M. at the Consigli-Ruggerio Funeral Home, 46 Water St.          

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the American Lung Association 1661 Worcester Rd. #301 Framingham MA 01701 or to the MSPCA-Angell 350 South Huntington Ave Boston MA 2130

Guest Book

So sorry to hear about Ed . He was a great friend abs enjoyed life to the fullest. He'll be missed by all who knew him.
Bob Bessette Jr

Please accept our condolences on the passing of Ed. It was an honor to have known such a great person Sincere Condolences. Barbara & Jozef Slanda
Barbara & Jozef Slanda

So sorry to hear about Ed’s passing. Condolences to his family.
Jim and Nada Twitchell

E.J. Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. Prayers and comforting thoughts are with you and your family at this most difficult time.
Vovo and Aunt Susan

One of the strongest and bravest guys we have ever met...It was such a pleasure to become your friend over the last few years..Will really miss you buddy! Dave wants to write "What the #$%!", and everyone who knew Ed knows what that means. Thoughts and prayers to Sue and the family Linda and Dave Brooks
Linda and Dave Brooks

We are so sorry to hear of Ed's passing. Our thoughts and prayers to the family at this difficult time. You will always have your memories to guide you through. With our deepest sympathy and much love. He will be missed. May he Rest In Peace.
Eric and Karla amaral

Sue, I am so very sorry to hear this. I know you both gave it a good fight for while now, and Ed's passing is just so very sad. I remember when you two met! You were so excited to have this great, new guy in your life. You were both lucky to have each other and to share so much these past 12 years. Big hugs to you, Sue.
Marty Epp-Carter

Sue, I am so very sorry to hear this. I know you both gave it a good fight for while now, and Ed's passing is just so very sad. I remember when you two met! You were so excited to have this great, new guy in your life. You were both lucky to have each other and to share so much these past 12 years. Big hugs to you, Sue.
Marty Epp-Carter

Our deepest sympathies to you all, Sue, Kayla and EJ. He was a great guy and he fought the good fight. All of you are in our prayers.
Lois Keniston-Cook and Kevin Cook

We will miss Ed dearly, especially during movie nights at the campground which I know he loved so much. Popcorn, Swedish fish, and a good comedy. Ed’s laugh was infectious. Rest In Peace and watch over Peaches for me ❤️ Our thought and prayers with Sue Kayla and EJ. All our love, Dawn and Lenny
Dawn and Lenny Johnson

Ed and I were best friends in high school. We always said BFE. Finally one day sitting there enjoying a beer we figured out best friends forever was BFF. After high school I ended up moving a lot and fell out of touch, but it sounds like he did a damn good job with his life and the ones around him. Except for a few grays, he looks like he did the day we graduated. And I guess now that he can't get a slap off the side of the head......Sisto, it was Ed and I who drank all your booze while you were at work! But I'm sure you figured that out. Hang tight up there buddy with Andy, Steve, Bill, Sean. I'm not far behind. God Bless You.
Tom Wojick

So sorry to hear of Eds passing. We haven't seen him since the old days at BSC. He was always smiling and easy going and just a great guy. Our deepest sympathies.
Eric and Crystal Schwenderman

So very sorry to hear of Ed's passing, We worked together what seems like a lifetime ago at BSC. Nothing but good memories of him. Mt thoughts and condolences to his family and friends :-(
B. Capece

So sorry for your loss. I worked with Ed in the molding department at Microvasive. A truly great guy R.I.P. old friend.
Kenny Faherty

Ed will always be remembered for his smile, enthusiasm, sense of humor, and his work ethic. A friend to all and such a class guy. What a privilege to have known him. Rest in Peace Ed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire family. Gordon and Janet
Gordon and Janet Brown

My prayers go out to Ed's family. May he rest in peace.
Stephen Grantz

We spent many fun filled guys weekends up at the house in New Hampshire. No matter the circumstance I'll always remember Ed's smile could make your day. He was a great guy and a great friend and I'll miss him terribly.
John Brenneman

Ed, a unique blend of fun and optimism. Today we are sad, but always be so glad to have known you. You were inspirational and forever young! We will miss you. Leigh and Laura
Leigh and Laura

With a heavy heart, my condolences to the Petrini family. Keep strong during this difficult time. I will always hear your laughter Ed. Until we meet again.
Patty Brenneman

Ed was such an amazing man. We became great friends working together. We shared an office, we had so much fun but also had many arguments over his love for the Simpsons😂. He was a man of integrity, kindness and sincerity. He was truly one of a kind. I am so lucky to have known this beautiful man. He will never be forgotten, he will always be in our hearts. Sue, EJ and a Kayla, keeping you all in my thought, prayers and my heart.
Marcia Sherman

I worked with Ed at Microvasive/Boston Scientific and he was an awesome guy. My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire family.
Kim Cairney

Ed was my boss at BSC. He was a great boss, a great person, and a fun guy
Danielle Beauregard (Boisvert)

Sincerest sympathies. Ed and I played ball together as kids growing up, coached by his Dad. So sad to hear.
Neil Rouleau

To my dear friend Ed “Bruno” Petrini, The memories I will never forget: Meeting you at Boston Scientific where we became immediate friends. Hanging out at New Found Lake where you would see how many friends and family you could pack into the little A-frame home for a weekend. We would Jet Ski & Frisbee golf in the summer and ski Ragged Mountain in the winter, trying to get in as many runs as possible - $1 per run was the goal. We would hang out on Friday nights until 2-3 am, then get up and go mountain biking at 8am. Then there was cookouts, rock n roll, cocktails, dinners, moves and darts at your house. Never a dull moment my friend. He will always be in our thoughts and prayers forever. My deepest condolences go out to Sue “The Rock”, Kayla and EJ as they stood by Ed to the end. I am so sorry for their loss. Until we meet again my friend, keep a the bar stool open for me and Always Stay Thirsty My Dear Friend, I will see you again on the other side…..
Dale, Dawn & Zachary Lawrence

To Mr. Ed's Family & Friends, Just now seeing this and our hearts are with you all at this very sad time. Ed was the Best of the Best and he will be remembered for his kind ways. A brilliant mind, a personality next to none and I am so sad to see this. May he rest in peace and those 52 years was a gift from God, it was an honor to have known such a person. God Bless
Joe and Karen Formalarie

Our thoughts are with you Sue, and your families. It was an honor to know Ed, and we can all learn something from his amazing strength and resilience. We can only hope that your happiest memories guide you through this. . With our deepest sympathy and much love,
Rosemary and George

Sue our prayers and thoughts are with You. Ed was a great guy. His saying I will always remember is "What The Hell" He will be missed Very Much 🤗❤ Bob n Cindy

Loosing Ed has put a hole in everyone's heart. He was the baby of the family. He is with his cousins Johnny and Andrew. Love and prayers to all Cheryl Keniston Geary
Cheryl Keniston Geary

Sue,Kayla and EJ our deepest condolences to you all. Ed didn't deserve what was handed to him but he took it like a man. He will always be in our thoughts and prayers forever. No more suffering for Eddie. Even though he never gave up he fought till the end. (No bed). I hope he and Johnnie are enjoying each other. God bless you all. Stay strong and remember we will see them both again. 🙏🏼💔
Auntie bella uncle John

Deepest was always a kind thoughts and prayers are with you...may he rest in peace...
Doreen Ladeau

Sue, I am so sorry for your loss. I have watched your love story on Facebook and have been rooting for you while you went through the journey with Ed's illness. He was lucky to have such a caring and loving spouse. Sending you love and hugs. Sue Simmons
Susan Simmons

We didn't know him well, but we liked him immediately when we met him. We wish we had time to know him better. Our hearts go out to Sue, EJ, and Kayla.
Debbie and Mark Cordeiro

Karen and I offer our sincerest condolences. All can say is WHAT A GUY! I had the opportunity to work with Ed for over twenty years. No matter how hard a job was, it was always fun to tackle seemingly impossible tasks together. Laughing was always expected and belly laughs the norm. Ed's strategically placed "What the hell! "or "I got two pickles" lingo and that darn Three Stooges alphabet song would always break up any tough situation and make the day better. I'm sure that Skids and Maximus are ready for a nice long walk. R.I.P my friend. You will be missed.
Dave, and Karen Kosh

May your many great memories of Ed be of some comfort to you, Sue, and the family. Knowing he is now out of pain and at peace with the Lord help you through this most difficult time. All our love and sincere condolences! Maureen, Jerry
Maureen and Jerry McDonald

Have great memories of Ed when working at Microvasive. 😊I’m so sad and will miss him.☹️ Thoughts and Prayers are being sent to his family. 🙏🏻
Alice Martin

So sorry work in the Café. at BSC when Ed worked there. A fine Young Man. My thoughts and Prayers are with You. Beverly Jones
Beverly (Earl) Jones

My memory of Ed will be his love of pretzel sticks always made sure we had them for him when we had fire Will miss you my friend ❤️❤️🤗🤗🙏🙏
Sandy & Herb

Sue, thinking of you and sending hugs.

My Friend Ed, My Hero...when we met, I immediately felt like we had been friends forever! Unfortunately, you were taken too soon for all of us to have the benefit of what would have are already so missed! Fly High my Friend, until we meet again...
Terry Leah Procyk

Words cannot say enough. Know that you are in our hearts and thoughts always. There is another bright star in the sky to guide us all. Keep the happy memories in your hearts and ours, and our friend will live on forever. R.I.P. Ed.....we are sure Maximus was there to greet you! Love, peace and friendship.
Cindy, Gary, Brandon, Marissa and Corey

So sorry to hear this EJ. Prayers for you and your family.
Mary Lou Ryan

Grief can be so difficult but great memories of Ed can help us to cope. God bless Ed and all of you at this time of sorrow. Love, Aunty Donna & Uncle Doug
Doug & Donna D'Agata

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