December 27, 1942 – May 6, 2022
KNIGHTDALE – Russell George Lecaroz, 79, passed away on Friday, May 6, 2022. He was born in Middlesex County, MA, to the late George Joseph Lecaroz, Sr. & Marjorie Davis. He served his country honorably in the US Navy. In his early years he worked for Iron Workers Local 4 as a Crane Operator. He worked for the City of Malden in the D.P.W. Department from which he retired after 10 years. Russell was an active long-time member of the freemasons. He was loved by many and will be remembered as a loving husband, father, brother, and grandfather.
He is survived by his beloved wife, Nancy Jean Lecaroz; sons, Patrick M. Mclaughlin Sr., (wife) Laura, Russell G. Lecaroz, Jr. (fiancée) Courtney; daughters, Marjorie A. Lecaroz (partner) Jim, Tina Thomas (husband) Dean, Kelly Noel (husband) Mike, Justina White (husband) Nicholas, and daughter Pamela Jean 1968-2020, many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
A Celebration of Life Service is scheduled for 2:00pm, Saturday, June 18, 2022 at the Moose Hall in Malden, MA.
Russ was an important part of my growing up years. He always loved my Moms family. and they too. He drove by himself from NC to Maine to attend my mom’s memorial service. He would call me regularly to make sure I was o.k. I hope the memories will bring those he left comfort during this sad time. My love to all.
Will miss you, I will remember all the good times. love you Denise Lecaroz Germain
Hi Auntie I’m so sorry for your loss God bless uncle and I hope he’s in a better place and not in any more pain I love you guys God bless
So sorry for your loss. He left his mark on this world with ths wonderful family he leaves behind.
Uncle Russell was such a sweet, funny, kind, and genuine man. He always brought a smile to everyone’s face. I have so many fond memories of him and Auntie. Condolences from Frank and I . We are so sorry. Rest peacefully Unc.
Our condolences to the family on Russell’s passing. He was always so kind and friendly and a great cousin. We loved him very much. We hope to come to the Celebration of Life Ceremony. May your memories keep him alive in your hearts until you meet again.