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Joseph Rebeiro, Jr.

Born: Mon., Nov. 4, 1940
Died: Sat., Dec. 17, 2016


Visitation

4:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Wed., Dec. 28, 2016
Location: Dahlborg-MacNevin Funeral Home (Lakeville)


Mass of Christian Burial

11:00 AM Thu., Dec. 29, 2016
Location: St. Bernard's Church


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Joseph Rebeiro Jr., 76, passed away peacefully on Saturday Dec. 17, 2016 after a lengthy illness.  He was predeceased by his wife, Jacqueline S. Rebeiro, the love of his life, soul mate and best friend.

            Born in Rehoboth on November 4, 1940, he was the son of the late Joseph Rebeiro Sr., and Beatrice (Gousie) Rebeiro of Rehoboth, and Brother to the late Jan-Marie Rebeiro of Taunton.

He is survived by his 3 children and their spouses, Joseph A. Rebeiro of Berkley and his Fiancé, Marjorie R. Jackson; Deborah Rebeiro and her wife Michelle Dumas of Billerica; and, Linda (Rebeiro) Reed and her husband Philip of Lakeville; A Daughter In-law, Noreen L. Rebeiro of Freetown;  A Brother, Roger D. Rebeiro and his wife Becky of Rehoboth; 8 grandchildren;  4 great-grandchildren (soon to be 6); A Sister in law, Pauline Sienkiewicz and her husband John of Bristol, and many nieces, nephews, and cousins. 

Joe worked at La Salette Shrine in Attleboro, as a mechanic at various local car dealerships, as a heavy equipment operator / manager for Cumberland Farms, and later in life at his own shop “Rebeiro Enterprises” building and restoring classic cars and general automotive repairs.

Joe lived his life to the fullest at every opportunity till just after his 76th birthday. He lived and experienced more in his life time than most could ever imagine. He was a husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, uncle, mentor, beach bum, snowmobiler, horse rider, motorcycle rider, and classic car enthusiast. He was known around the area for building classic cars and street rods, and could build or fix most anything. He was long time member of Bristol County Street Rods, and was often found frequenting the local cruise nights and car shows. He was a dedicated family man, enjoying and sharing life’s adventures with his wife Jackie, and especially spending time with the grandchildren. A friend to many, and always willing to help someone in need. He could often be seen with his wife Jackie cruising and touring on his bike and sidecar.

A funeral to honor Joe will be held at 9:00am Thursday, December 29, 2016 at the Dahlborg-MacNevin Funeral Home at 280 Bedford Street in Lakeville, MA followed by a Funeral Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00am at St. Bernard’s Church in Assonet, MA.

Calling hours will be held Wednesday December 28, 2016 from 4:00-8:00pm at the Dahlborg-MacNevin Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Joe’s name to either the: Berkley Fire or Berkley Police associations:  Berkley Fire Association, 5 North Main Street, Berkley, MA 02779.  Berkley Police Association, 3 North Main Street, Berkley, MA 02779.

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L Gray
   Posted Wed December 21, 2016
My deepest sympathy for your loss. May you find comfort in the Bible at Revelation 21:3,4.

AL & Gloria ( Lachance ) 18Pontes
   Posted Wed December 21, 2016
Our deepest sympathy to the Rebeiro family for their loss of such a loved family member. May the LORD embrace you during your time of sorrow. Our families go way back to childhood, same street, same schools, same church.. fond memories of such a fun, friendly family.. Rest in Peace Joe The Pontes family

Bristol County Street Rod Association
   Posted Tue December 27, 2016
We are so sad to here of Joe's passing. He was a long time member of the Bristol County Street Rod Association. While he was a member he worked tirelessly at running the Star Drive Inn Cruise for us and all our events over many, many years. He took great pride in his cars and everything he did for the Rod and Custom community. He will be missed by so many people, who's lives he touched. To the family and extended family please know that you are in our thoughts . God Speed Joe, you and Jackie are watching over us. Till we meet again................
Bristol County Street Rodders

Ron & Ginger
   Posted Wed December 28, 2016
sorry for lost