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Official Obituary of: James M. Correia, 67, on August 28, 2021

James M. Correia, 67, on August 28, 2021

NORTON – James M. Correia, 67, of Norton passed away Saturday, August 28, 2021 at Sturdy Memorial Hospital in Attleboro.  He was the loving husband of Nadine Varrecchione for 31 years.

Born April 10, 1954 in Providence, RI, he was a son of the late James and Celeste (Freitas) Correia.

James grew up in Seekonk and was a 1972 graduate of Seekonk High School.  He lived for over 20 years in North Attleboro before moving to Norton in 2004.

He has worked as a machinist at Semco Machine for the past 25 years.

Jim a zealous dog lover also loved kayaking on Cape Cod, bike riding, hiking and trips to “Bah” Harbor, Maine.  He was known to be both goofy and hilarious and loved seafood, particularly steamers.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by three children: Lori Correia of Encinitas, CA, Sherri Lipizzi of Franklin and Nathan Correia and spouse Chrissy Thompson of Norton;

Three grandchildren: Anthony, Vincent and Geno Lipizzi; a sister Linda Roy; and late brother-in-law Paul Roy, niece Sarah Gravel and nephew Jesse Roy.  He was a brother of the late Angela Correia.

Visiting hours will be held on Thursday, September 9 from 5-7 p.m. at Sperry & McHoul Funeral Home, 15 Grove Street, North Attleboro.  A funeral service will be held at the conclusion of visitation at 7 p.m. at the funeral home.  Masks are required for those attending services.

 

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  • You my friend are a man I will always remember as laffing and having a great time no matter what you were doing. I had the honor of working with you in the machine shop at electrofix. You helped make every day a fun and laff a minute. Doreen and I will shurely miss bumping into you from time to time. 

  • Nadine, Our deepest and sincere condolences to you and your family. Jim worked here at Semco for close to 27 years and was a great person and fantastic employee. His dedication to his job, his smile, and infectious laugh will be miss around the shop. 

  • My deepest sympathy to all the family. I knew Jim for many years, he worked for us at Semco machine and I will always remember his cheerful smile .
    Again my deepest  sympathy.  

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  1. My deepest sympathy to all the family. I knew Jim for many years, he worked for us at Semco machine and I will always remember his cheerful smile .
    Again my deepest  sympathy.  

  2. Nadine, Our deepest and sincere condolences to you and your family. Jim worked here at Semco for close to 27 years and was a great person and fantastic employee. His dedication to his job, his smile, and infectious laugh will be miss around the shop. 

  3. You my friend are a man I will always remember as laffing and having a great time no matter what you were doing. I had the honor of working with you in the machine shop at electrofix. You helped make every day a fun and laff a minute. Doreen and I will shurely miss bumping into you from time to time. 

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