Richard Peter Versoi of Stow, MA

Mr. Richard P. Versoi, 92, of Stow, MA, formerly of Bedford, MA passed-away peacefully on September 7, 2020 at Nashoba Valley Care Center.

He was married to the late Mrs. Chellis L. Versoi.

Born in Seattle, WA on July 11, 1928 the son of the late Arthur Versoi and Della (Staples) Versoi.

He was a graduate of Seattle High School with the class of 1946.

He served with the US Army during the Korean War having obtained the rank of Master Sargent, discharged with honors in 1952.

He retired from Bull HN of Billerica, MA in 1990 as the Chief Financial Officer. He previously worked at Honeywell and General Electric.

He enjoyed downhill skiing, golf, and spending time with his grandchildren.

He is survived by his sons Peter and Karen Versoi of Gilbert, SC, Stephen and Barbara Versoi of Frederick, CO and Thomas Versoi of Stow, MA, and his daughter-in-law Celeste Versoi of Stow, MA, grandchildren Daniel Versoi, Kenneth Versoi, Eric Versoi, KathleenTallon, Samuel Versoi, James Versoi and 4 great-grandchildren.

ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-256-4040. Guestbook at www.dolanfuneralhome.com, memorial service will be at noon on Friday September 11, 2020.


5 Condolences for Richard Peter Versoi of Stow, MA

    Carole McConnell

    On Monday a light went out in this world. A most wonderful man passed away.
    I worked for Richard P. Versoi in Minneapolis when he was CFO of Honeywell Information Systems. That was over 30 years ago and his passing still makes me terribly sad.
    Mr. Versoi (I never called him Dick, as everyone else did) was the kindest, most fair and smartest boss I ever had. He never talked down to anyone and treated everyone as an equal, no matter what position they held.
    He loved his family and spoke of his kids often. He got to know my husband and Don appreciated him just as much as I did.
    He never forgot me in Secretary’s Day. Many of the other managers didn’t remember their secretaries but Mr. Versoi saw to it that all of us were included as his guests for lunch on that day at his Country Club. He always treated us as special and we all did our best to return his kindness.
    Rest in peace, Mr. Versoi. You were one in a million and I grieve your passing.
    My condolences to your entire family.

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    james j fitzpatrick

    Carole,

    You echo my sentiments about Dick to a tee. I joined Honeywell Info Systems in 1973 and retired from Bull HN in 1997. In those 24 years I worked closely with Dick, particularly during the early Bull HN years. He was a class act in every sense of the word. We kept in touch through the years with notes on the Christmas cards we exchanged. I know he enjoyed visits to his children and grand children as my wife Charlotte & I enjoy ours. You were all blest with a wonderful father and grand father.

    God Bless,
    Jim & Charlotte Fitzpatrick

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