Timothy J. Benoit II formerly of Nashua, NH

5800 BenoitTimothy J. “Bubba” Benoit II, Age 82, of Merrimack, NH died Saturday, May 28, 2016, at his home. He was married to the late Patricia B. Winn who died June 26, 2003.

Born in Somerville on March 1, 1934, a son of the late Timothy J. and Louise Benoit.  He graduated from Mission Church High School in Boston, MA with the Class of 1952.

He was employed as a Bailiff in the NH Court System in Nashua for many years. He previously worked in the Sheriff’s Dept. in NH. He also worked at the Billerica House of Corrections in Billerica, MA where he was known as “Bubba” to his co-workers. Tim lived most of his life in Nashua, NH and previously lived in Pelham, NH.

He is survived by three daughters, Cheryl Benoit of Medford, MA, Sharon Woodman of Medford, MA, Shirley McMenimen and her husband Paul of Arlington, MA; two sons and their wives, Timothy III and Teresa Benoit of Lynn, MA and Dennis and Grace Benoit of Arlington, MA, eight grandchildren; He is also survived by Derek Winn and his wife Rohonda of Merrimack, NH, Brian Winn, Colleen Neskey, Kelley Winn and Robyn Neskey all of Nashua, NH and nine grandchildren.

He was predeceased by a son John Winn who died in 1999 in Nashua, NH.

Visiting hours Thurs. 4 to 8 PM. Funeral Friday at 9AM from the DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 106 MIDDLESEX ST. CHELMSFORD with a Funeral Mass at 10 AM at St. Rita’s Church 158 Mammoth Rd. Lowell, MA. Burial in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Tewksbury.

6 Condolences for Timothy J. Benoit II formerly of Nashua, NH

    John Goggin

    I worked with Timmy for many years at Billerica, going all the way back to 1988. He was an expert in sentence and date computation, and had a brilliant mind with dates and numbers. I learned much from him. Above all, he was one of the nicest and kindest people I have ever met. I will miss him.


      Cheryl Benoit

      Dear John,

      Thank you for your thinking of our father, he always enjoyed his work At Billerica.

      The Benoit Family


    Marty Gabriella

    Worked with Tim at the House of Correction he was a real gentleman and a consummate professional. He was always willing to help and I am sure he will be missed by all who knew him. My deepest sympathies to his family and close friends.


    Olympia Frazier

    I worked with Timmy at the Billerica HOC, going back to 1984. He was my Buddy, always had a smile on his face. He was a bright, kind man who taught many of us how to calculate dates. I always remember him with a smile. I was blessed to have known him and call him my friend. My sympathies to his family!


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