Robert Terrence Nealon Jr., 70

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Robert Terrence Nealon Jr. (70) of Pocasset, Massachusetts died on Monday, February 3, 2014, a result of a sudden stroke. Known as “Terry” by friends and family and “Bob” by his many business colleagues, he was born in Brownwood, Texas on October 20, 1943 and grew up in Hopkinton MA, the son of the late Robert T. and Mary B. Nealon. He was a graduate of Marian High School (Framingham) and Boston College. He served proudly in the United States Army as a Captain and was awarded The Army Commendation Medal and The National Defense Service Medal. He held several successful leadership positions at GE, Sanders Associates, Digital Equipment Corp, Information Mapping Inc., Genuity, GTECH Corp, and his own independent consulting business. His successful career was a direct result of his compassionate leadership and deep respect for his team members and colleagues. Civic-minded and always eager to get involved in things he believed in, he held many leadership positions in various social activities throughout his life. He treated his recent involvement as the President of the Pocasset Village Association with great pride.

He is predeceased by his loving wife of 44 years, Roberta A. Nealon and is survived by his three sons and daughters in-law; Robert and Jennifer of Uxbridge MA, Joseph and Annette of Hopkinton MA, Jon and Jenny Raskin of Brooklyn, NY. His proudest achievements were his ten loving grandchildren; Robert Nealon, Allie Wertz, Mary Nealon, Michael Nealon, Leslie Nealon, Grace Nealon, Charlie Nealon, Lucas Nealon, Tess Nealon Raskin and Bruno Nealon Raskin. He is also survived by his loving companion of four years, Andrea Hallion of Southborough MA.

In addition, he is survived by his devoted siblings; J. Timothy and Jeanne Nealon, Ann Click, Pamela and Jim Langenbach, Kathy Nealon, Elizabeth and Ralph Edwards, Thomas and Anne Nealon, John and Lorraine Nealon and Sister-In-Law Irene DeSisto. He was devoted to his loving family which included numerous nephews, nieces, grandnephews and grandnieces

Friday February 7, 2014, 3:30 p.m. at St. John the Evangelist Church

Thursday February 6, 2014, 3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. at Callanan Cronin Funeral Home

Monday February 10, 2014, TBD at Massachusetts National Cemetery