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Joseph A. Loycano

July 28, 1935 ~ December 16, 2020 (age 85)

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Marlborough- Joseph A. Loycano , 85, of Marlborough died Wednesday December 16, 2020 at Marlborough Hospital of Covid-19 complications. He was the husband of Carole M. Loycano. He was born, raised and educated in Medford, Massachusetts, the son of Vincent and Mary Frances (Smith) Loycano. He left high school and entered the United States Air Force. He was stationed in Biloxi, Mississippi. Upon discharge, he moved back to Massachusetts to raise his family and worked in the Electronics field. He worked at Honeywell Corporation, for many years, where he also secured a patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office for his work. He went on to work for Corning and Incoterm Corporations. Throughout his life, he was a “jack of all trades” resulting in much time spent helping family and friends with a multitude of projects. Upon retirement, he moved to Webster. There, he and his wife, Carole, hosted many, many graduation parties, birthday parties, anniversary events, just-for- fun summer swim & tennis events and dance weekends. Joseph enjoyed square dancing, cruising with his wife and family and going to the casino. He was a loving, generous and compassionate man, who was devoted to his family.

He leaves behind 3 daughters: Cynthia Loycano of Northbridge, MA., Elizabeth Trudeau and her husband Stephen of Shrewsbury, MA. , Catherine Kennedy and her husband Michael of Shrewsbury, MA. and two sons: Joseph Loycano and his wife Maryse of Milford, MA and Raymond Loycano who resides in Florida. He leaves 8 grandchildren who meant the world to him: Jennifer, Emily, Stephen, Kathlene,
Caitlin, Hannah, Joseph and Elizabeth. 

A memorial service is being planned for him, at a later date, when the family can bring people together safely. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be sent to the Association for Retarded Citizens in Massachusetts.


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