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Braintree Obituaries – Jan. 12, 2013

The following are obituaries for Braintree residents or those with Braintree ties for the week of Sunday, Jan. 6.

Ronald D. Bourque, passed Jan. 6, 2013

Ronald D. Bourque, 69 years of age, passed away Sunday, January 6, 2013 at the Weymouth Healthcare Facility. He was raised in Braintree and graduated from Braintree High School. He subsequently attended Northeastern University. He served in the Air Force from 1961-1965 during the Vietnam Period. He was associated with the VFW and DAV.

Ronald was a former service technician for the Savin Digital Duplicating Co. in Boston. He is survived by a son, Chad D. Bourque and his wife Maureen (Hession) Bourque of Braintree and by two grandsons, C.J. Bourque and Peyton Bourque. ... Full obituary at Peck Funeral Home: http://goo.gl/vYmx8.

Marion Bogue, passed Jan. 8, 2013

Marion Elizabeth (Blake) Bogue, 86 years of age of Braintree passed away at her home on Tuesday, January 8, 2013. She was born in Milton, daughter of the late Leslie Blake and Alice (Gunther) Blake. Marion was a Braintree resident since 1969 having formerly lived in Wollaston.

She was the beloved wife of John Robert Bogue. Devoted mother of Sharon Brown of Mashpee, Carolyn Murphy married to James Murphy of Weymouth and Steven Bogue married to Susan Bogue of Kingstown, RI. ... Full obituary at Peck Funeral Home: http://goo.gl/JmGMT.

Richard J. Mikenas, passed Jan. 8, 2013

Richard J. Mikenas, 50 years of age, passed away at the Signature Healthcare Brockton Hospital on Tuesday, January 8, 2013  of a heart condition. He was born in Boston and resided in Whitman for fifteen years.  He was formerly of Braintree and Randolph. He graduated from Braintree High School and the ITT Technical Institute.  Richard had been a repair technician in the medical equipment field. ... Full obituary at Peck Funeral Home: http://goo.gl/WvFGr.

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