header photo

Knights of Columbus

Fr. Francis Coppens Council #4336 

Knights of Columbus

Tewksbury Council #4336

2068 Main St.

Tewksbury, MA 01876

Member's Lounge: 978-658-9593

Hall Manager: Nicole Vecchi

Hall Rental: 978-658-6342

In Memorium of Our Brothers

May their souls and the souls of all of the faithfully departed, through the mercy of God,  rest in peace.



Robert Jamieson, PGK

WILMINGTON - Robert W. “Bob” Jamieson, age 89, died peacefully Monday, July 30 at his home, in the loving care of his family and hospice after a courageous extended battle with declining health. He was the beloved husband for fifty-five years of Katherine “Kay” (Valente) Jamieson, who died in January 2015.

Bob was born in Everett in 1929, one of five children of the late Robert A. and Florence (Boudreau) Jamieson, was raised in Tewksbury and attended Tewksbury Schools. He and Kay had lived in Wilmington since 1952.

Bob drove long-haul trucks for several national carriers and worked Tuna boats in California for most of his working career. He was a member of Teamsters Local 25 in Boston. Since retirement, he had worked as a courier for Boutiette’s Auto Body and Patriot Auto Body companies in Tewksbury.

Bob was an active member at St. Dorothy’s Church in Wilmington, and was an active member of Fr. Coppen’s Council 4336, Knights of Columbus in Tewksbury, where had held most offices including Past Grand Knight.

He leaves four children, Donna Argrove of Chelmsford, Diane Peabody and her husband John of Windham, NH, Robert Jamieson and his wife Abby of Salt City, FL, and Lucille Mayle of Eutawville, SC; three sisters, Eleanor Roche, Beatrice Collins, Lorraine Boudreau and her husband Bernard, all of FL; a brother, Walter and his wife Kathy (Morris) Jamieson of Hollis, NH; and many nieces and nephews, including Suzanne Knowles of Billerica, and a dear friend Susan Felton of Wilmington, both whom had served as Bob’s home and health care providers, advocates, and assistants through the final chapters of his life.

His Funeral Mass will be celebrated Friday, Aug. 3 at 12:00 Noon in St. Dorothy’s Church, corner of Harndon and Main Sts. (Rte. 38) Wilmington. Burial will follow in Tewksbury Cemetery. At Bob’s request visiting hours are omitted. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Tewksbury Community Pantry, 999 Whipple Rd., Tewksbury, MA 01876 will be appreciated.


Paul Keohane, PGK


TEWKSBURY – Paul Dennis Keohane, age 62, a devoted husband, father and businessman, well known in the Tewksbury community for the past thirty–three years, died unexpectedly at his home on Friday, June 15, from an apparent heart attack. He was the beloved husband of Kathleen M. “Kathy” (Moran) Keohane, with whom he had celebrated a thirty-eighth wedding anniversary this past May 3rd.He was born in Arlington in July 1955, one of five children of the late John and Mary (Sylvester) Keohane, and raised in Arlington, attended Arlington schools, and graduated Arlington High School with the Class of 1974. He and Kathy moved to Tewksbury in 1980 to raise their family.

Paul was an automobile damage appraiser, who founded, owned, and operated the Arlington Auto Appraisal company.

Active in the Knights of Columbus, he was Past Grand Knight of the Fr. Coppen’s Council, K of C, 4336 in Tewksbury, and a 4thDegree member of the Bishop Delaney Council K of C of Greater Lowell. Paul piloted the K of C Float in this year’s Memorial Day parade in Tewksbury. He was also a member of the Tewksbury-Wilmington B.P.O. Elks Lodge 2070, and an active member of the St. William’s Parish community.

Paul loved boating and fishing for “Stripers” off the coast of Massachusetts and New Hampshire, and was a faithful fan of the Red Sox, Bruins, and Patriots.

Besides his wife, he leaves three children, Dennis M. Keohane and Shannon M. Keohane both of Tewksbury, and Patrick E. Keohane of Haverhill; a brother, Stephen Keohane of Methuen; a sister, Margaret Keohane of IN; many nieces and nephews; and was predeceased by his siblings, Virginia Foss and Elaine Wilson.

A Memorial Mass will be celebrated Friday, June 22, at 11:30 a.m. in St. William’s Church, 1351 Main St. (Rte. 38) Tewksbury. At his request, visiting hours are omitted and burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Fr. Coppen’s Council, K of C, "Scholarship Fund" 2068 Main St. Tewksbury, MA 01876 will be appreciated. Arrangements through the Tewksbury Funeral Home, visit