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Dennis J. Crosscup

Died: 2014-12-29
Resided in: Middleton, MA
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Viewing date: 2015-01-07
Service type: Services at the Funeral Home
Service date: 2015-01-07 11:45am
Service location: Mackey FH (rt.114) 128 S. Main St., Middleton
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Services only Jan 7, at 11:45am in the Funeral Home, 128 S. Main St., Middleton MA



Dennis. J. Crosscup, age 68, passed away Dec. 29, 2014 following a lengthy illness at his home in Middleton while surrounded by his family. Dennis was born in Winthrop MA to Kenneth and Alice Crosscup and grew up on Blaine Street in Malden MA. He is survived by his wife of 49 years, Carol A (Smith) Crosscup, two loving children, Dennis Crosscup Jr and Denyse Morrissey. Also leaving 3 grandchildren, James V Morrissey, Lucas M Crosscup, and Chelsea l Crosscup. He leaves two siblings, Kenneth Crosscup of Westfield MA and Phillip Crosscup of Wakefield MA. Dennis also leaves behind his lifelong friend Anthoney Marinello Jr, of Danvers, MA. He is survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Dennis is predeceased by one grandson Matthew J Morrissey. Dennis served in the Army National Guard of MA from June of 1964 until he was honorably discharged in June of 1970. He was a proud and long time teamster out of local 25 and was very involved in helping companies "go union"; a way in which he tried to help people improve their lives. He was a communicant of St. Agnes Parish in Middleton.

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Denyse, my heart and prayers are with you at this painful time. Your dad was a wonderful man who loved you beyond words and I know you felt the same. Nothing I can say can help but know I am thinking of you.
Please accept our heartfelt sympathy at a difficult time as this. Hugs and prayers, Alice, Justin and Jason Tierney
I had the privilege and honor to have known Mr Crosscup for many years. May he rest in peace. My deepest condolences to his family at this difficult time. Sincerely, Susan Vokey
Dear Crosscup Family, Dennis will be dearly missed. He was a wonderful Co-worker with me at Preston Trucking. I hope your memories of Dennis bring you great comfort at this difficult time. I loved his sense of humor. May God bless Dennis and all of you. Paul Johnson, Cochiti Lake, N.M.

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