Edward R. Kuconis
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Sun City, Arizona - Edward Kuconis died unexpectedly on October 20 in Sun City, Arizona.
Edward was born in Beverly, Mass., son of the late Barney and Beatrice Kuconis. He attended Beverly High School and graduated in the class of 1972, He also graduated from North Shore Community College. Edward worked for the Boeing Corporation before retiring to Arizona where he enjoyed golfing and lawn bowling under the sunny skies.
He is survived by his two sisters, Mary Kuconis of Beverly and Julie McGuinness and her husband John of Greenwich, Conn. He is also survived by his two brothers John Kuconis and his wife Chong Sun of Danvers and Stephen Kuconis of Beverly. He is survived by two nieces and a nephew, Major Mary Kuconis USAF of Washington, D.C., Captain John Kuconis USAF of Magnolia, Deleware, and Mei McGuinness of Greenwich, Conn.
He is also survived by his longtime friend Shelly Lettiere of Surprise, Arizona. He was predeceased by a sister Rosemarie Willey.
In lieu of flowers donations may be sent to Bootsraps, 35 Park Street, Beverly, MA. A memorial Mass will be held at St. John The Evangelist in North Beverly on Tuesday, November 5, at 9 a.m., Interment will be held at St. Mary's Cemetery and will be private.
Published on October 29, 2019


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shelly lettiere
Nov 07, 2019
Ed and I were friends for 11 years. He was a great guy. I love him and miss him. He is now my angel watching over me from heaven.
Jane Zimmerman
Nov 05, 2019
I was Ed's neighbor in Sun City and we served on our HOA board together. On his daily walks he would keep tabs on our garden needs and fix what was needed, including befriending us with his handiness with cheerful and willing spirit. I miss him.
Nancy Kaszynski
Nov 05, 2019
Ed was my best friend’s companion for many years. They enjoyed many activities together especially watching sports on tv. I’ve never met Ed but I know he was a good man and kind to many. He will be missed by all who had the pleasure of being in his presence. And especially my best friend Shelly.
Carol Griffin
Oct 30, 2019
We all lost a dear friend. You will be missed by all