Jun. 8, 1929 Andover Essex County Massachusetts, USA
Jan. 15, 2006 Lawrence Essex County Massachusetts, USA
Thomas R. Kimball, a longtime Lawrence resident died on a Sunday at Lawrence General Hospital.
Tom was born in Andover, the son of the late Alec and Margaret (Rogers) Kimball. He lived for a short time in Salem, NH, then moved to, and spent the remainder of his days in Lawrence.
Tom and his wife Rita were active for many years, working the bingo games at Sacred Heart Church in Lawrence. They changed to St. Patrick's some time ago and became an active member, serving as greeter and assisted with collections during Mass. He was a member of The Men of Saint Patrick, and was also an early member and supporter of St. Patrick's AA group.
Tom enjoyed boxing as a youth, and later, was an avid bowler. He always enjoyed watching bowling on television with his two sons, Paul and David, but his greatest joy was spending time with his family.
He was employed with several companies over the years, Davis & Furber, Converse Rubber, Port Polly, Lawrence Plate Glass, and most recently, he delivered prescriptions for Packard Pharmacy of Lawrence.
In addition to his loving wife, Rita (Deschenes) Kimball, with whom he enjoyed 50 years of marriage, Tom is survived by two sons, Paul and David Kimball; three daughters, Margaret Stone and her husband Michael, Diane Noel and her husband Raymond, Carol Belinsky and her husband Brian; Three brothers, James Kimball, William and his wife Lorna, Daniel and his wife Madeline; one sister, Margaret Bardwell and her husband Frederick; five grandchildren, Michael and Marissa Stone, Michelle, Alan and Stephanie Noel; and many nieces and nephews. Tom was predeceased by his sister, Rita Leeman.
Arrangements were by the Pollard Funeral Home, 233 Lawrence St., Methuen. A funeral Mass was celebrated on Friday, January 20th at St. Patrick's Church in Lawrence. Entombment followed at Our Lady of Good Counsel Chapel Mausoleum 6 Woodland St, Methuen, Massachusetts of Saint Mary Cemetery, Lawrence, in St. Laurence O'Toole Patio.