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Robert Frulla, 81

LEE, Mass. — Robert R. Frulla, 81, died Sunday morning, August 5, 2018, at his home on Devon Road in Lee.

He was born on May 4, 1937, in Pittsfield, the son of Mario and Helen Atwood Frulla. He attended St. Mary’s School in Lee, graduated from Cranwell Preparatory School in Lenox and Notre Dame College where he was in the ROTC Program. After college, Mr. Frulla served in the U.S. Army and then worked for General Electric in Pittsfield retiring after 35 years as a Financial Analyst in the Ordinance Department.

He was a communicant of St. Mary’s Church in Lee and was an avid golfer and longtime member of the Wyantenuck Country Club in Great Barrington. 

Mr. Frulla is survived by his wife, the former Avon M. Lancto, whom he married on January 5, 1985; two sons, Eric Frulla of Milton, Fla., and Jason Frulla of West Dover, Vt.; one daughter, Stacie Frulla of Arlington, Vt.; and two grandchildren, Jena and Shaana Staab of Arlington, Vt.

Funeral notice: Funeral services for Robert Frulla will be on Friday, August 10, 2018, with a Liturgy of Christian Burial at 10 a.m. at St. Mary’s Church in Lee. Burial will follow in St. Mary’s Cemetery. 

Visiting hours will be on Thursday evening, August 9, 2018, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Kelly Funeral Home in Lee. Friends wishing may make donations in his memory to Porchlight VNA / Home Care in c/o the Kelly Funeral Home 3 Main Street Lee, MA 01238.

Obituary Provided By: Kelly Funeral Home

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