Consigli Ruggerio Funeral Home 46 Water Street, Milford, MA 01757,800-675-0513
Consigli Ruggerio Funeral Home

46 Water Street, Milford, MA 01757
508-473-0513
1-800-675-0513
508-634-3662

Roger W. Smith Jr., 53,

       Roger W. Smith Jr., 53, of Uxbridge, died Friday, February 8, 2013, in the Rose Monahan Hospice Home in Worcester. He was the husband of Elizabeth A. (Ducy) Smith of 15 years. He was born in Framingham son of Roger W. Smith Sr. of NJ and the late Betty (Meyers) Smith, living in Holliston before moving to Uxbridge in 1993.
      He was a graduate of the Holliston High school class of 1977 and a graduate of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in NY.
     Mr. was presently employed as an electrical engineer at the Ross Video Company based out of Canada.
     He was an avid fisherman and was a member of the Tri-Valley Bass Masters in Upton.    
      In addition to his wife he is survived by two children, Josh Smith and Abigail Smith both of Uxbridge, two sisters Michelle Smith of NJ, Melinda and her husband Javier Ramirez of NJ, their children Isabel and Greg Ramirez, his mother in law Dorothy Ducy, brother in law Jay Ducy and Jay's daughter Kristin, as well as several cousins.
     In lieu of flowers donations may be made to benefit the Dana Farber Cancer Center in Milford. Checks may be written to the Oliva Comfort Care Fund and mailed to Milford Regional Health Care Foundation 14 Prospect St Milford, Ma 01757 
         A memorial service will be held Saturday, February 23, 2013 at 1 P.M. at the Uxbridge Nazarene Church 130 Douglas St (rt. 16) Uxbridge Ma.   
        Arrangements are under the direction of the Consigli-Ruggerio Funeral Home 46 Water St. Milford Ma.

Guestbook

Liz, We want to send our most sincere and deepest condolences to you and your family at this most difficult time. It has been a long year for you but take comfort in knowing you were alway's by Roger's side caring for him. Roger is at peace now and not suffering. Although we cannot be there to pay our respect you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Lisa, Russ & Jay Maffia
Lisa Maffia


Dear Elizabeth & Family, I went to HHS with Roger, he sat right behind me in homeroom. I remember him fondly, he always had a warm smile, and was very kind, never mean. I'm sure he was the same as an adult. My deepest sympathy and prayers go out to you in this time of great loss.
Karen Smith


Dear Elizabeth & Family, I went to HHS with Roger, he sat right behind me in homeroom. I remember him fondly, he always had a warm smile, and was very kind, never mean. I'm sure he was the same as an adult. My deepest sympathy and prayers go out to you in this time of great loss.
Karen Smith


To the family of Roger Smith, I extend my most heartfelt sympathy and feeling of loss at this most difficult of times. Roger was a mathematics student of mine at Holliston High School who displayed a strong aptitude in logical thinking coupled with a most positive work ethic. It was most satisfying to have taught such a true academic gentleman. My prayers are for his Eternal Rest and comfort to his family. Dr. Charles Garabedian
Dr. Charles Garabedian


Dear Elizabeth and Family, It is with deepest sympathy that I send this message. Roger was a student in two of my science classes at Holliston High School. Roger was a dedicated student with an amazing work ethic. Roger was a soft spoken young gentleman with a very subtle sense of humor and great ability; and it was an honor to challenge and teach him. He will be greatly missed. Fifteen plus years ago I too loss my spouse to cancer. It was a horrible situation and the loss devistating. At the time a friend offered a bit of philosphy that helped him deal wih his loss. It helped me in my greeving and hopefully will help you and your family. He told me "When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure." Stay strong, Roger would want that. With deepest sympathy and greatest respect. Peter M. Amati, Jr.
Peter M. Amati, Jr.


Dear Elizabeth, Josh, and Abigail, I would like to extend my sympathy to you at this time. Roger was a classmate of mine all through school in Holliston. Yes, he was in my high school homeroom too. He was a real nice boy and was pretty funny too. It saddens me that he is taken so early. I am sorry for this. Mr. Amati is right, your memories do become a treasure. Sandy (Schofield) Maier
Sandra (Schofield) Maier


Dear Liz, Josh and Abby, Bill, Devon and I want to extend our sympathy to your family during this difficult time. I will always remember Roger driving by our house with a smile and a wave. He was always so upbeat when we spoke. He will be missed. We will always remember going on the fishing tournament with all of you. It was a great time with fond memories. God Bless!
Jeannette Gokey



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