Robert Guidi, 95, of Lee

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By Friday, Apr 7 Obituaries  1 Comment

Robert was called by the Lord to be with his devoted wife in heaven. The son of Bernard and Teresa (Giracca) Guidi, he lived in Great Barrington until transiting to the Village at Laurel Lake. He graduated from the former Searles High School and was active in its alumni association.

Bob Guidi

Bob Guidi

Bob served proudly in the U.S. Army during WWII. He flew on 28 bombing missions over Europe with the Air Corps and survived two airplane crashes. A decorated veteran, he was instrumental in establishing the VFW James F. Modolo Post. He served as post commander, district commander and chaplain. Bob served his community as a town assessor for 63 years, one of the longest terms in the Commonwealth. He was recognized by the Massachusetts Assessors Association and presented numerous commendations, including the prestigious Wilson Award. Bob was appointed by the Governor to work on land acquisitions including ones for construction of the Massachusetts Turnpike. He applied his expertise as a member of the team to build Monument Mountain Regional High School. He was the Democratic Town Committee chairperson for many years, and participated in Memorial Day parades for decades while maintaining memberships in the American Legion and Knights of Columbus. Bob fought the good fights throughout his lifetime. He will be remembered by his son Rob, sister-in-law Alice, family and friends.

Bob Guidi

Bob Guidi

A graveside funeral service was held at the Saint Peter’s Cemetery on Friday, April 7, at 11:30 a.m. with Reverend William P. Murphy officiating. Burial will be with military honors. Anyone wishing to make a donation in Robert’s name may do so to the association of their choice. Condolences may be made through

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  1. Patrick Fennell says:

    Bob was a generous and kind man. His wisdom and service to our country will be missed. Rest in peace Bob.

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