Alan D. Babineau

Born: Sat., May 17, 1958
Died: Wed., Apr. 17, 2013


Visitation

4:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Mon., Apr. 22, 2013
Location: Short, Williamson & Diamond


Funeral Mass

9:00 AM Tue., Apr. 23, 2013
Location: St. Joseph's Church


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BABINEAU, Alan D. of Plymouth, formerly of Belmont, April 17, at age 54.  Born May 17, 1958 to the late David H. and Ruth T. (McHugh) Babineau. Graduate of Belmont High School, Class of 1977, attended the University of New Hampshire on an athletic scholarship, playing football 1 year for the Wildcats. Alan then transferred to Sylvania Technical Institute in Waltham completing a course of studies to pursue a career in electronics. He worked at Hewlett Packard for 13 years followed by 12 years as an engineering technician at M.J. Research/BioRad and at several other positions in the field until a short time before his death.  Alan was an avid sports fan and outdoorsman.  He enjoyed skiing, skating, bike riding, hiking and golf.  He loved his home on Micajah Pond in Plymouth and spent many hours on home improvement projects. He is survived by his sisters, Terri and Robyn Babineau, his brother David Babineau and his wife, Hope, brother, John Babineau, a loving niece, Amy DeLorenzo and loving nephew, David C. Babineau.  Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend Alan’s visiting hours in the Short, Williamson & Diamond Funeral Home,  52 Trapelo Road, BELMONT, Monday, April 22 from 4 to 8 p.m.. His  funeral will be from the funeral home on Tuesday at 8 a.m  followed by a funeral Mass in St. Joseph’s Church, 130 Common St., Belmont at 9 a.m. Interment private.  www.swdfuneralhome.com


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Brian Dooley
   Posted Wed April 17, 2013
A very big spirit has been lost to us. Alan was a smart and really capable guy. He was the friend to count on when you needed help. He was there for me, plenty,… in many ways. He was funny and he’d tell you how things looked from his perspective. His thoughtfulness was unique that way, especially coming from such an abundant personality. Peace, love and healing to Jon, David, Robyn and Terri.

Julie Benoit
   Posted Thu April 18, 2013
To Alan's family and friends I send my condolence to all of you.
I worked with Alan at MJ Research and it was an honor and pleasure
To work with him. I will miss Alan he was a funny guy with a big heart.
RIP my friend.

Ronald J. Bontempo
   Posted Thu April 18, 2013
Alan will be greatly missed. He was a great man and friend and a pleasue to work with at MJ Research. RIP my friend.

Warren E. Bond (Formally of Hewlett-Packard Waltham)
   Posted Thu April 18, 2013
Sorry to hear about Alan passing. I first met him working at Hewlett-Packard back in the early 80's. He was one of the funniest people I have ever met. We had wonderful times in Waltham. Also remembering the Peters Pond Days. My prayers go out to his Family. Rest In Peace.

Ed Coe
   Posted Thu April 18, 2013
Alan was a big guy with a huge heart! He never said a mean thing to anyone, and was always very encouraging and supportive. To the Babineau's, I offer my deepest condolences, but please know (I'm sure that you already do...), that he will be dearly missed...

Jan and Jim I'Aboni
   Posted Thu April 18, 2013
We are so deeply saddened by the unexpected loss of cousin Alan. He was the first cousin Jim met and always a favorite. We shared so many laughs back then. So hard to believe he's gone. Love to Terri, Robyn, David and John, and Amy too.
We'll see you soon......

Glenn G
   Posted Thu April 18, 2013
Alan, Rest in peace my friend.

Bob Shea
   Posted Thu April 18, 2013
I have worked with Alan for about 12 years: At MJ Research, Biorad,
BAE Systems, and Accumentrics. Alan was able to integrate hard
work with great fun at the same time. Besides a working colleague, Alan was a great friend. He always had a special Babineau spin on what was going on. All you had to do was ask him about the commute in to work or the car or the bar ……and then step back…. You would get the Babineau side of the story (LOL). I am going to miss him. The world has lost a very cool and unique soul.
My condolences to his family and friends,
Bob Shea




Denielle and Shawn
   Posted Fri April 19, 2013
Alan was a great guy and will be missed. RIP Alan.
Denielle & Shawn

ROBYN BABINEAU
   Posted Fri April 19, 2013
ALAN WAS A BIG MAN WITH AN EVEN BIGGER HEART, HE IS GOING TO LEAVE THIS WORLD WIH AN EMPTY SPOT ON MAICAIJA POND ROAD IN PLYMOUTH MASS.A LOT OF FUN AND A LOT A LOVE WAS TO BE HAD THERE. WE ALL GREW UP, MADE FRIENDS, LOST FRIENDS, BUT ALWAYS HAD ALAN TO LEAN ON AT THE POND. HE ALWAYS MADE SURE YOU WERE HAVING A GOOD TIME AT ONE OF HIS BLOW OUT SUMMER PARTIES. HE NEVER APPRECIATED HOW MUCH PEOPLE LOVED HIM, I HOPE HE KNOWS NOW. ALAN THERE WILL NEVER BE ANOTHER LIKE YOU, LOVE AND MISS YOU, YOUR SISTER ROBYN

Pete Winn
   Posted Sun April 21, 2013
Some of the best books I’ve read I got from Alan. Some of the best music I’ve listened to (and danced to) I got from Alan. We planed trips together, parties together, and consoled each other through tough times. I always looked up to him and hoped some of his enormous personality would rub off on me. He was part of the Winn family. My son and daughter loved him and looked forward to going to his crazy parties in Plymouth. My time living with David and Alan will always be a highpoint in my life. My condolences to Dave, Terri, Robin and John, we all will miss him. Lesley and I will hold his memory the rest of our lives. Peter

Ed Strazdins formerly HP
   Posted Wed April 24, 2013
I'm sorry to hear about Al's death. I remember him when he was working in the evening. We had a lot of laughs. Always had a joke or two to share. Peace be with your family.

Eddie

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