Brian Carpenter Obituary, Resident of North Scituate Brian Carpenter Has Died

Brian Carpenter Obituary, Resident of North Scituate Brian Carpenter Has Died

Brian Carpenter Obituary, Death – On Sunday, January 8, 2023, Brian E. Carpenter, age 69, passed away due to circumstances that were completely unforeseen. During their 47 years together, The Reverend Susan (Morrison) Carpenter cherished having him as her husband. He was the son of Edward R. Carpenter, who passed away, and Ellen C. (Gunderson) Carpenter, who also passed away. He was born in Putnam, Connecticut. Before moving to Bristol in August of 2022, Brian resided in North Scituate for a significant portion of his life.

For the past 42 years, Mr. Carpenter has served as the proprietor of the North Scituate location of Long Realty and Insurance Co., Inc. Since he was 18 years old, he has held a license to practice real estate. Brian was well-known for his expertise in matters relating to country property and has an extensive understanding of the towns he served. He attended Worcester Polytechnic Institute and obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in 1975. He then attended Bryant College and received his Master of Business Administration degree in 1983. In recognition of his many years of service to the Scituate Lions Club, which earned him the Melvin Jones Award, Brian served as the club’s treasurer. He was awarded the Chevalier Degree from the Hamilton Chapter of the Order of DeMolay, where he once served as Master Counselor.

Trinity Episcopal Church in North Scituate was Brian’s home parish, and he was quite active there as well as in other Episcopal Churches. At his home church, he served as Treasurer and Junior Warden. He never failed to show his support for his wife at any of the parishes that she worked for. He was very quick on his feet and maintained a friendly smile for everyone who came into contact with him. He played golf frequently and participated in leagues at both the Country View and the Foster Country Clubs. Both Brian and Susan did a significant amount of traveling all around the world. Their most recent trip, during which they celebrated their anniversary with their family in Bermuda, was particularly memorable.

In addition to his wife Susan, he is survived by his sons Scott A. Carpenter and Peter J. Carpenter, both of Bristol, as well as Peter’s wife Bethany. His wife Susan is also a survivor. He was the grandfather of Nathan B. Carpenter and Joshua E. Carpenter, both of whom carried on the Carpenter family name. Russell M. Carpenter, Brian’s older brother, passed away before Brian did.

Visiting hours will be held on Friday, January 13, 2023 from 3 to 7 pm at the TUCKER-QUINN Funeral Chapel located at 643 Putnam Pike in Greenville. Relatives and friends are welcome to attend. There will be a Requiem Eucharist Service held on Saturday, January 14, 2023 at 11am in the St. Michael’s Episcopal Church located at 399 Hope Street in Bristol, Rhode Island 02809. The burial will be carried out in secret. Donations to The Scituate Lions Club, whose address is P.O. Box 751, North Scituate, Rhode Island 02857; or The Episcopal Conference Center, whose address is 872 Reservoir Road, Pascoag, Rhode Island 02859, will be gratefully accepted in place of flowers.

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