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Pelham - Windham News
12 - December 4, 2009
Reverend Paul F. Ruzzo
Fire Fighters Association of New Hampshire. Father Paul was a very
enthusiastic participant for the Exceptional Citizens Week at Camp
On Nov. 23, 2009, the Reverend Paul F. Ruzzo was called to his rest
Fatima in Gilmanton. He enjoyed traveling and trips to Atlantic City,
and to the glory of the Resurrection promised by the Lord. He was 53
NJ, and Las Vegas, NV. He will be missed by many.
years old.
On Nov. 27, a wake was held at Saint Patrick Church, Pelham where
Father Ruzzo was born on Sept. 7, 1956, in Dorchester, MA, where
the Rite of Reception of the Body took place. On Nov. 28, the Most
he grew up and was educated, and was very active at St. Margaret’s
Reverend John B. McCormack, Bishop of Manchester, presided at a
Mass of Christian Burial at Saint Joseph Cathedral in Manchester. The
Father Paul was ordained a priest on April 30, 1983. He was
Rite of Committal was celebrated after Mass at Saint Joseph Cemetery
assigned as associate pastor of Saint Paul Parish in Franklin in June
in Bedford.
1983 and then as associate pastor of Saint Joseph Cathedral Parish in
Father Paul was predeceased by his parents, Pasquale J. and Ann F.
Manchester in October 1986. In January 2002, he served as associate
(Walsh) Ruzzo.
pastor of Saint Joseph Parish, Dover. In June 1990, Father Ruzzo
Father Ruzzo is survived by his brother, Robert M. and his wife
was appointed pastor of Saint Francis of Assisi Parish in Litchfi eld. In
Susan Ruzzo of Melrose, MA; two sisters, Sister Maryanne Ruzzo,
July 2005, he was appointed pastor of Mary, Queen of Peace Parish
SC of Melrose, and Jeanmarie and her husband Brendan Browne of
in Salem and in September 2008, as pastor of Saint Patrick Parish in
Dorchester, MA; nephew and nieces, Patrick Ruzzo, and Jennifer and
Emily Browne; aunts, Gilda Monahan of Cherry Hill, NJ, and Dorothy
Father Ruzzo had served as chaplain to many police and fi re
Ruzzo of Medfi eld, MA, and numerous cousins.
departments. Among them, the Manchester Fire Department, Hooksett
Memorial contributions may be made to Camp Fatima Exceptional
Police Department, Dover Fire Department, Salem Police Department
Citizens Week, PO Box 206, Gilmanton Iron Works, NH 03837 or to
and the Pelham Fire and Police Departments. He served as chaplain
New England Center for Children, 33 Turnpike Road, Southborough,
to Manchester Council #92, Knights of Columbus, State Chaplain to
MA 01772-2108.
the Catholic War Vets, chaplain at St. Joseph Regional Junior High
The Douglas and Johnson Funeral Home in Salem had care of the
School, and served as Regional Director for New England Region
of the Federation of Fire Chaplains and Chaplain to the Professional
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