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Leonard C Federico
October 24, 2023
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Leonard C. Federico, affectionately known as Lenny, passed away on October 24, 2023, in Boston, MA. He was the cherished son of his devoted parents, Anthony R. Federico and Marie E. (Bruno) from Stoughton and Wellfleet, MA. Beloved brother of Joseph Federico of Lakeville, MA.
Lenny's education was a testament to his passion and dedication. He was a proud graduate of Sacred Heart in Roslindale, Boston Technical in Boston, and the prestigious Mass College of Art and Design in Boston. His education was the foundation of his illustrious career in the arts. Lenny's work in Restoration, Silk Screening, and later as an Art teacher in Stoughton, Brockton, Belmont, and Newton school systems left a lasting impact on his students and colleagues alike.
With a friendly demeanor and a creative spirit, Lenny was known for his love for the arts and his ability to inspire those around him. His intelligence was evident not only in his professional endeavors but also in his personal life. Everyone knew Lenny for his excellent photography skills, a hobby that brought him immense joy. He had a deep affinity for birds and wildlife, often capturing their beauty through his lens. Lenny was also a pretty good cook.
Lenny was much more than an art teacher. For many years, he enjoyed his summer job at the Wellfleet Transfer Station, where he served as the first line of defense. This position brought him closer to his community, and he was a familiar, friendly face to all who passed through.
Traveling was another of Lenny's passions. He enjoyed traversing the seven seas, relishing great food, collecting treasures, and capturing memorable pictures. His travels allowed him to connect with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures, and he cherished these experiences.
Lenny's life was cut tragically short, but he left behind a legacy of love, respect, and honor. He communicated daily with a large circle of friends on Facebook, and his presence will be deeply missed. Lenny's life story is a testament to a man who lived with passion, love, and unwavering commitment to his friends, family, students, and profession.
In conclusion, Leonard "Lenny" C. Federico was a man who touched the lives of many. He was a beacon of creativity, intelligence, and friendship, and he will be remembered fondly by all who had the privilege to know him. Lenny's life was a beautiful journey that continues to inspire and will forever be cherished in the hearts of his loved ones.
Family and friends can join the online virtual memorial of Leonard C. Federico on the Dockray and Thomas Funeral Home website. A Celebration of Life ceremony will be held some time in the Spring of 2024 in Wellfleet, MA. Further information will be forth coming. You can visit the bench facing the jetty off the Wellfleet pier honoring my brother, mother, and father (on the walk around).
Dockray and Thomas Funeral Home is located at 455 Washington St. Canton, MA 02021.