Charles P. Carreiro, 50 (Cape Cod Times, July 1, 2003)
Former machinist leaves family on the CapeCUMBERLAND, R.I. — Charles P. “Chuck” Carreiro, 50, who leaves a brother on the Cape, died unexpectedly Friday at his company after a brief illness.He was the husband of Sheila Ann Carreiro and the former husband of Arlene Jane (Ahola) Carreiro.Born in Norwood, Mass., he graduated from Marshfield High School. He lived in Cumberland for the past 16 years after living in Foxboro. He was owner and operator of Detailing Plus Car Reconditioning in Franklin for the past 14 years and was previously a machinist at Bird and Sons in North Walpole for 20 years. He enjoyed cars, woodworking, spending time on boats, fishing and making models.Besides his wife and former wife, survivors include a daughter, Laura Anne Carreiro of Marlboro, Mass. a son, Sean Michael Carreiro of Wrentham, Mass. a stepdaughter, Denise Cockorin of Lincoln, R.I. a stepson, Joseph S. Antonucci of Cumberland a sister, Cheryl A. Carreiro of Canton, Mass. five brothers: Edward S. Carreiro of Chatham, Stephen E. Carreiro of Ormond Beach, Fla., James F. and Alfred J. Carreiro, both of Marshfield, Mass., and Thomas A. Carreiro of Springhill, Tenn. four grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.Visitation is 5 to 8 p.m. today in the “Commonwealth Chapel” of Dyer-Lake Funeral Home, 161 Commonwealth Ave., Village of Attleboro Falls, North Attleboro. Graveside services are at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Mount Hope Cemeter Arboretum, Mount Hope Street, North Attleboro, followed by burial.