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Official Obituary of: Maurice H. Labine, 75, on December 1, 2021

Maurice H. Labine, 75, on December 1, 2021

PLAINVILLE –      Maurice H. Labine, 75, of Plainville passed away Wednesday, December 1, 2021, with his family by his side at Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston after a lengthy illness.  He was the husband of Annette (Tronti) Labine for over 38 years.

Born May 10, 1946 in Woonsocket, RI, he was the son of the late Maurice and Rita (Rondeau) Labine.

Moe grew up in Woonsocket and lived many years in Plainville and several years in Georgia and Florida before moving back to Plainville recently.

He was a U.S. Army Veteran of the Vietnam War and worked as a machinist for many years at Cleveland Twist Drill in Mansfield before retiring from O-D Tool & Cutter  in Mansfield at age 65 after 25 years there.

He loved woodworking and making bird houses and furniture and was a huge Donald Trump supporter.

He was a former member of the American Legion in Plainville and a big New England sports fan, particularly the Patriots.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by five children: Kimberly and husband Samuel Harris of Florida, Michelle and husband Steven Dessert of North Attleboro, Tina Scully of North Scituate, RI, Shannon and husband Britton Ross of Georgia and Matthew and wife Courtney Labine of Plainville;

Four siblings: Norbert Labine, Claudette Claprood, Albert Labine and Denise Leduc;

10 grandchildren: Kenneth, Alec, Dylan, Jacob, Brianna, Kyle, Braedon, Camdon, Bryson and Brittany;

And 3 great-grandchildren: Talon, Alexis and Brynlee.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Monday, December 6 from 4-8 p.m. at the Plainville American Legion, 44 South Street (Route 1A), Plainville, MA.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Jimmy Fund www.jimmyfund.org or by mail Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, PO Box 849168, Boston, MA 02284-9186

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  • Annette and Family,  Moe was the very first neighbor I met when I moved to Stone Creek.  What a great day that was for me!  As a fellow Army veteran and later as Trump supporters we saw so many things the same way.  Both you and Moe were so very kind to me over the years and I deeply appreciate the opportunity to have known Moe.  His zest for life, love of America and his unwavering devotion to family are the hallmarks of a truly remarkable man.  I will never watch another Patriots’ game or see a Pug without fondly remembering Moe.  Rest in peace dear friend.

  • [b][i]God Father ; [/i][/b]
    [b][i]I hardly haven’t seen you  and never  got a chance to say how much I love you and will miss you . Life to short and I’m gona miss  you Sending my condolences to my whole family. I sit here with Tears I’m sorry Nanoke that  you Left Us so Fast. God needed another Angel now my Daddy and big brother are waiting for you on the other side  till we meet again I Love You [/i][/b]
    [b][i]God Daughter[/i][/b]
    [b][i]Sherry Arias ( Leduc )[/i][/b]

  • I will always  remember  all the good times that we had.bowling playing quoits of course I always won.my you R . I. P.  My brother inlaw my friend.

  • Dear Labine family. Mo was a great employee of O-D Tool & Cutter but I considered him more of a friend
    over the years. We are greatly sad that he has left us but know he is in a better place. Wishing you all
    many blessings, prayers, and healing. God Bless
    Kevin O’Donnell
    President O-D Tool & Cutter, Inc.

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  1. Dear Labine family. Mo was a great employee of O-D Tool & Cutter but I considered him more of a friend
    over the years. We are greatly sad that he has left us but know he is in a better place. Wishing you all
    many blessings, prayers, and healing. God Bless
    Kevin O’Donnell
    President O-D Tool & Cutter, Inc.

  2. I will always  remember  all the good times that we had.bowling playing quoits of course I always won.my you R . I. P.  My brother inlaw my friend.

  3. [b][i]God Father ; [/i][/b]
    [b][i]I hardly haven’t seen you  and never  got a chance to say how much I love you and will miss you . Life to short and I’m gona miss  you Sending my condolences to my whole family. I sit here with Tears I’m sorry Nanoke that  you Left Us so Fast. God needed another Angel now my Daddy and big brother are waiting for you on the other side  till we meet again I Love You [/i][/b]
    [b][i]God Daughter[/i][/b]
    [b][i]Sherry Arias ( Leduc )[/i][/b]

  4. Annette and Family,  Moe was the very first neighbor I met when I moved to Stone Creek.  What a great day that was for me!  As a fellow Army veteran and later as Trump supporters we saw so many things the same way.  Both you and Moe were so very kind to me over the years and I deeply appreciate the opportunity to have known Moe.  His zest for life, love of America and his unwavering devotion to family are the hallmarks of a truly remarkable man.  I will never watch another Patriots’ game or see a Pug without fondly remembering Moe.  Rest in peace dear friend.

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