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Randy S. Chesbrough

December 22, 1974 ~ April 27, 2018 (age 43)


LEOMINSTER---Randy S. Chesbrough, 43, passed away in his home town of Leominster Friday April 27th, 2018. He is survived by his mother Mary L. (Halligan) Chesbrough of Leominster. Two loving daughters Torrie and Caitlynn Chesbrough both of Fitchburg, a young son Jordan Chesbrough of Fitchburg. His girlfriend Michelle Toland and two step-daughters Randy loves as his own Desire Toland-DeLeo and Felycia Arcucci all of Fitchburg. Two grandchildren Shayne and Haidynn Breton of Fitchburg. One sister Jane Buswell of Leominster and two brothers, Timothy Chesbrough and James Chesbrough both from Leominster. As well as several nieces and nephews all local and out of state. Randy was predeceased by his father Leslie “Dick” Chesbrough. His son Jakob S. Chesbrough and his two brothers Richard and Lawrence Chesbrough.

Randy was born December 22nd, 1974 in Leominster. Randy attended Leominster High School Center for technical Education where he studied machine tech, general studies and played on the high school football team. Upon leaving high school, Randy's life took a different path and he started a family with Kimberley Moniz. Within Randy and Kimberley’s 17 year relationship, they welcomed their three eldest children Jakob in 1993, Torrie in 1994 and Caitlynn in 1996. He then maintained employment with Plaza Car Wash for over ten years and later went into the carpentry and towing business for some time after. In 2012, Randy then met Michelle Toland and her two children Desire and Felycia. As everyone grew as a blended family, they welcomed the now youngest Chesbrough, Jordan in 2014.

Randy enjoyed playing football, working at his father's garage during his teen years and going to the races. He enjoyed detailing cars, watching NASCAR every Sunday with his family and gardening in the summer with his kids. Randy was an active and proud father. He enjoyed going on car rides with his “Big Girls”, teaching Desire how to drive, and helping Felycia learn cursive. Randy spent all of his free time outside with his children and grandchildren having bonfires and making memories. He cherished moments with his “Little Buddy” playing cars. He enjoyed trips to the park with all the kids, spending time at the beach even when it wasn't summer, and he will be missed by family, friends, and especially loved ones.

A graveside service will be held on Saturday, May 26th at 11 am in St. Leo’s Cemetery, Leominster

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