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John P. "Jack" Bisbicos

July 30, 1943 ~ May 28, 2020 (age 76)

Obituary

AUBURN – John P. “Jack” Bisbicos, 76, of Auburn, died Thursday, May 28, 2020 at home after a long illness, surrounded by his loving family.

His former wife, Susan J. (Smiley) Bisbicos, died in 2016.  He leaves two sons, Roger Bisbicos and his wife Biviana of Whitman and William Bisbicos and his wife Sara of Canton; Lilly, whom he considered a daughter; a grandson, John Bisbicos, three sisters, Marilyn “Bonnie” Bisbicos of Newton, Denise Bisbicos of Foxborough, and Patrice McGrath and her husband John of Walpole; his nieces and nephews: Theo, Alex, Sheldon. Leah and John.  He also leaves behind Regina Gordon, whom he enjoyed life with for the last ten years. He was born in Boston, son of Basil and Irene (Gonchar) Bisbicos. 

Jack was director of operations at a meat packing company.  He had a passion for food, music and trivia.   He was a DJ for many years.  He was a hard worker, he was always in attendance cheering and “sideline coaching” at all his children’s sports, including their practices.  He also coached hockey.  He was on the hockey team as well as the boxing team for Dedham High School. He was a great provider for his family, whom he adored. 

Funeral services will be private.  Arrangements are in the care of Rice Funeral Home, 300 Park Ave, Worcester.  In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism, PO Box 2157, Framingham, MA 01703 (flutiefoundation.org).

 

From Jack’s son Bill:

I am so grateful that I was able to spend this past week with my father. We had some really meaningful conversations that I will take with me for the rest of my life. For those of you who knew Jack you know he couldn't go too long without cracking a joke just to make you smile. My father was the strongest and hardest working man I have ever known. He lived a pretty extraordinary life. He had his ups and his downs but he never stayed down.... my old man always got up and kept swinging even at the end. You will be missed but never forgotten. I am a better man because I had the privilege of being your son. Rest easy old man. I love you and will see you again.

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