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Donald Munroe

Donald Munroe

Friday, November 6th, 2020

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Obituary

Obituary for Donald G. Munroe

Barrington – Donald G. Munroe, 83 of Barrington died Friday November 6, 2020 at home, after a brief illness.

He was the husband of Beverly (Leasor) Munroe. They have been married for over 65 years.

Donald was born in Providence, the son of the late Robert B. and Florence (Belmont) Munroe.

Mr. Munroe was a Truck Driver for the Teamsters Local 251, for over 40 years, before retiring.

He was a Barrington resident all of his life.

Donald enjoyed riding motorcycles, watching NASCAR and spending time with his family.

Besides his wife he is survived by his children Stephen Munroe of Cranston, David Munroe of Smithfield, Deborah Rainville of Riverside and Karen Munroe of Riverside.

He was the brother of James Munroe of Riverside, Sandra Lombardi of Warwick and Dottie Fanara of Riverside.

Donald was also the Brother in Law of Muriel Pennachio of Florida.

He was the grandfather of 8 and the great grandfather of 4 and he was also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Mr. Munroe was the brother of the late Robert Munroe, William Munroe and Jean Webbe.

Arrangements by SMITH FUNERAL and MEMORIAL SERVICES, Warren.

www.wjsmithfh.com

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Karen Munroe

We want to thank everyone for your condolences, gifts, flowers, food and prayers.
He will be sadly missed by all and very much by us.
Remember the earthquake a few weeks ago, well that was Donald getting into heaven on his Goldwing! Ha Ha.
Our love to all and many thanks.

Beverly, Stephen, David, Debbie & Karen
Comment | Posted at 01:09pm via Condolence

Cynthia Prete

Munroe Family,
I am so sad to hear of Uncle Donald's passing. He was a wonderful man. I always felt special when I got to see at Denise and Donald's and he'd say "how ya doing muskrat". I hope you happy memories of him help you through this difficult time. Cindy (Longo) Prete
Comment | Posted at 05:05pm via Condolence
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Peter O'Neill

Like Don Corleone, Don Munroe gave off an aura of a great protector, the "Don" of our block on Lillis Avenue. I even heard that he lived in our house at one time down the street from him. His deep, sonorous voice and raucous laughter when relating an anecdote distinguished him as special human being, whose stature was as big as his heart. Love, The O'Neill family
Comment | Posted at 12:55am via Condolence
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CARMEN J LONGO III


MITCH LONGO
The Munroe Family I am so sorry for your loss.
It was always nice to spend time with Uncle Donald whenever the family got together. He will be missed very much.
Comment | Posted at 03:50pm via Condolence
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Arlene Andrews

Words cannot express the sadness that I and my family feel upon the loss of our dear friend Donald, or as my children and grandchildren called him "Uncle Donald". I met Donald 44 years ago when I met my husband Lester. Lester and Donald were ALWAYS "Best Friends" more like brothers. Donald had a heart of gold and would ALWAYS help any Teamster who needed it. Donald and his wife Bev would ALWAYS welcome us into their home and made you feel like family! He and my husband Lester will finally be together once again in Heaven and no doubt, Heaven will never be the same. Our Deepest Sympathy to Beverly and the Entire Munroe Family~ Sincerely, Arlene Andrews and Family
Comment | Posted at 11:07pm via Condolence
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