Robert J. ‘Bob’ Pecora

February 5, 2015

Robert J. ‘Bob’ Pecora

ROBERT J. “BOB” PECORA – of Gloucester, Thursday, February 5th, sixty-three years of age. Cherished son of Norma (Borselli) Pecora of Woburn and the late John Pecora. Beloved husband of Stacy M. (Weber) Pecora. Devoted father of Emily A. Pecora of Beverly, Allison J. Pecora of Gloucester, and Jessica A. Pecora of White River Junction, VT. Dear brother of John Pecora and his wife Jeanne of Bedford. Also lovingly survived by his “grandpuppies,” Bella and Frankie, and by the Weber Family. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend a Funeral Mass in St. Charles Church, 280 Main Street, Woburn on Thursday, February 12th at 10 a.m. Calling hours will be held in Graham Funeral Home, 3 Arlington Road, Woburn on Wednesday from 4 to 8 p.m. Interment is private. At Bob’s request, in lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to The Salgi Esophageal Cancer Research Foundation, In Memory of Bob Pecora, 450 Providence Street, Unit 17, West Warwick, RI 02893 or at Professional services are under the direction of the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home.


Robert John “Boston” Pecora was born in 1952 in Woburn, MA to John M. Pecora and Norma A. Pecora (n. Borselli). His courageous battle with esophageal cancer came to an end on 2/5/15. He is survived by his beloved wife, Stacy M Pecora; three daughters, Emily, Allison and Jessica; brother John M. Pecora and loving “sister” Jeanne Pecora; his nephew, Jack and niece, Lisa; and two grand puppies Bella and Frankie. He is a graduate of Austin Prep in Reading, MA and Iowa State University in Ames, IA. He founded North Atlantic constructors and was known widely for his dedication and strong work ethic. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Salgi Foundation at to help raise awareness for esophageal cancer.


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  1. Stacey,
    I am just now (6/9/15) hearing of Bob’s passing. Scooter called me from Iowa. He had just found out as well. My deepest condolences. This saddens me greatly.
    I’ve read all the guestbook entries and the words intelligent, hard working, honest and devoted family man kept appearing, they knew my Boston Bob! Bob was one of my favorite people!
    I’m very happy I was able to have dinner with Bob a few years back when I was visiting Boston on business. Bob filled me in on all the Pecora family goings-on. He was so proud of the life you and he had built there, and most of all so proud of your 3 gals. Very sorry I didn’t get to see you.
    Tammy & I both loved Bob.
    Kelly & Tammy Ward. ISU 76 & 80
    Annapolis, Maryland


  3. On behalf of The Salgi Esophageal Cancer Research Foundation, I would like to express our sincere condolences. It was an honor to meet Robert and his family at our walk/run last year and we will keep his entire family in our thoughts and prayers.

    Linda Molfesi

  4. I was saddened to hear the news of Bob’s passing. I will miss his enthusiastic way of getting the most out of people, getting projects done and his attention to detail. My condolences to the family.

    Joe Sullivan

  5. Dear Stacy, I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that you and your family are in my prayers. With love, Helen Greene

  6. Dear Stacy and girls,
    Tom Pecora, Angies son, just sent me an email notifying me of Bobbies passing.
    My condolences to Aunt Norma, yourself and the girls. So saddened to hear of my younger cousins death.
    May you find solace in God’s love and strength in your faith to carry you through the pain.
    Priscilla Pecora Williams

  7. To Stacy and the girls,
    We are so sorry, I still can’t believe that he’s gone. He was one of the most intelligent, hard working and honest men I ever met and had the honor to work beside. There wasn’t anything he couldn’t figure out or find a solution to. He was a man of great integrity, kindness and generosity and will be missed by the many lives he touched. He was my friend…
    Thoughts and prayers to you and your family.

    Mark Troisi

  8. Stacy and family
    Linda, I and all of us at Annies Variety extend our deepest sympathies to you and your family.
    John O’Neil

  9. Thinking of you and your family. Treasure the found memories, laughter and love.

    The Plante Family– Chris, Marcy. Tucker and Mckenzie

  10. Pecora Family,

    We would like to extend our deepest condolences to you all at this time. I met “Bob the builder” when I was employed at Hannah Foods. He did a lot of work for our company. I was able to speak with him often when he came into the office. Bob was a really great guy! He attended our wedding and I saw him at a wedding back in May. He looked good. I am grateful that my husband and I had the opportunity to sit with him and his wife at the wedding reception. I will always remember Bob as a kind man with great ambition and tremendous energy. RIP Bob. Fly high with the angels! Thoughts and prayers to Bob’s family, friends, and work associates.

    Julie, Wayne, & Christian Peters

  11. I am the project manger from Haverhill who work with Bob on a few jobs. I found him to be a very hard worker. His attention to details and his work was outstanding. I considered him my friend.

    My condolences to his family I too will miss Bobby.
    Paul J Jessel

  12. You are all in our hearts and our prayers.
    We are so saddened to read of Bob’s passing. Our love to you all

    Eileen and Bob Matz

  13. Stacy and family,
    So sorry to hear of the loss of Bob. Please know that the Carl and Janet Schaefer families are praying for all of you.

    Deb Clark

  14. I was a sewer guy from Haverhill when I met Bob, who was the contractor on several city jobs. We worked together several times thru the years, talking of our wives, daughters, and our dogs. I admired his abilities and talents, respected his integrity, and enjoyed our friendship. My condolences to the family.
    Philip A. Ryan

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