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Barry E Cade at 11 months

by Bobby Blair
March 13, 2018

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We’d like to take a moment to remember our barricade who lost his life during the last nor’easter. Barricade was serving the Holliston community doing what he did best: alerting the community to danger ahead and blocking an area. Unfortunately, his life was tragically lost when an unknown motorist ran him over. Barricade left behind a family of traffic cones and barrels.

We kindly ask if you see any barricades, traffic cones or barrels to please avoid those areas, and especially do not drive over them. They are there to make the public aware of an unsafe area. We’re hoping to keep all of our barricades, cones and barrels in one piece. RIP barricade.

Arrangements are under the direction of the Chesmore Funeral Home. A wake will be held on Satuday March 17th from 9 am to noon at the Marshall Street Recycling Center. A celebration of Life will be held at the Framingham Salvage Yard 233 Waverly Street in Framingham  on Monday March 19th at 1 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Trump's Steel Tariff Fund 1600 Penn. Ave. Washington D.C.

Reprinted in part from the Holliston Police Facebook page

 

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Comments (2)

#BarricadeLivesMatter

- Marty Lamb | 3/15/18 10:44 AM

Thanks Bobby, for the update on the barrier. You made my day!

- Mary | 3/13/18 12:36 PM

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