Christopher Monaco, 1981–2015 (aged 34 years)
|Death|| January 19, 2015 (aged 34 years)|
Obituary: Christopher J. Monaco, of Mansfield, died unexpectedly on Monday, January 19, 2015. He was 34 years old and the beloved son of Paula A. (Ward) Monaco of Mansfield. Arrangements being made by the Bolea-Amici Funeral Home, 115 N. Main Street in Mansfield. All services will be private.
Chris' occupation, from website: Monaco Johnson Group of Marblehead specializes in residential construction and remodeling throughout Greater Boston's North Shore. Monaco Johnson Group of Marblehead specializes in residential construction and remodeling throughout Greater Boston's North Shore. Since 1994, our reputation has been forged not simply as a builder, but as a solver of complex construction problems where outcomes are aesthetically stunning. Frequently, the road from a homeowner's vision to the realities of a finished product are full of unexpected turns and obstacles; however, innovatively achieving the desired objective with elegance and grace have become MJG's hallmark. MJG's success is the direct result of a talented and versatile team of craftsmen, led by partners Chris Monaco and Peter Johnson. Chris and Peter possess over 25 years of expertise in construction management and the design and creation of quality custom finish work. Combined, they form a dynamic, hands-on collaboration, rich in knowledge and skill, with an artist's appreciation for fine work and attention to detail. We employ a team of managers and craftsman who take pride in their work and have many years of experience in fine carpentry. More than half of our employees have been with us for over 10 years and have a great understanding of the type of quality work and customer service we provide. Over the years, MJG has developed a comprehensive organization and a long history with reliable subcontractors which have proven effective in delivering projects from conception to completion, on time and on budget.
SUN CHRONICLE Sep 24, 2013
Norton police charge 4 men with stealing water bottles
NORTON - Four men have been arrested, allegedly for stealing stealing more than 200 bottles from Poland Spring. Norton police Lt. Todd Jackson said Monday night that Jason Nordberg, 33, of Attleboro, and Aaron Fortes, 19, of Rehoboth, were arrested for trespassing after Patrolman Bryan King witnessed them entering the fenced property of Poland Spring Saturday night. Norton police were alerted Thursday by a manager of Poland Spring that several empty water bottles were missing from the business. King discovered upon further investigation that four men were responsible for the larceny of more than 200 bottles from Poland Spring, Jackson said. Nordberg, Fortes, Brian Mallet, 26, of Mansfield, and Christopher Monaco, 33, of Mansfield, have all been charged by Norton Police with trespassing and larceny over $250. Monaco is a past employee of Poland Spring and has been charged with larceny of Poland Spring bottles three times within the past three years, Jackson said. All four men will appear in Attleboro District Court at a later date.