Leo Bartelloni, Jr


Born on February 8, 1950, in Milford, Massachusetts to the late Carmela and Leo Bartelloni, Sr., Leo Bartelloni, Jr., affectionately known as Leo, passed away peacefully on May 24, 2023, surrounded by his family after a brave battle with Leukemia.
Leo was a devoted husband to his wife of many years, Patricia (Riley) Bartelloni, and a loving father to his children, Andrea, Susan, and Jesse Bartelloni. Leo was also a proud father-in-law to Brian Wilson, a caring brother to his sister, Marie Rafferty, and a doting grandfather to his grandchildren, nieces, and nephews. Leo's love for his family knew no bounds, and he always put their needs and happiness above his own.
Leo was a proud graduate of Franklin High School in Franklin, Massachusetts. He was in the insurance field for most of his career, a dedicated worker, always going above and beyond to provide for his family. Leo's strong work ethic and commitment to his family were evident in everything he did.
Leo was passionate about many things, including golf, fishing, boating, cars, and a good cigar. He was an an amazing golfer and enjoyed spending time on the course with his friends. Leo also loved to fish and could often be found casting a line off his dock in Ozona, FL or off the shoreline in Old Orchard Beach Maine, where he and his family spent every summer. His love for cars was evident in the various models he owned and restored throughout his life. Leo's enthusiasm for travel took him to many destinations, both near and far, and he always looked forward to exploring new places with his wife, friends and family.
Leo's sense of humor and quick wit were legendary, and he could always be counted on to make people laugh. He had a unique ability to find humor in any situation, and his laughter and smile was infectious. Leo was a thoughtful and considerate man who went out of his way to help others, whether it was offering a listening ear or providing assistance in times of need. His kindness and generosity will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
Leo's passing leaves a void in the hearts of his family and friends, but his memory will live on through the countless lives he touched. His love, laughter, and wisdom will continue to inspire and guide those who were fortunate enough to know him. Leo will be remembered as a loving, caring, and thoughtful man who brought joy and laughter to everyone he met. His spirit will live on in the memories we cherish and the stories we share. Leo will be deeply missed, but his legacy will endure for generations to come.
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Published by Curlew Hills Memory Gardens Funeral Home on May 26, 2023.

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