Obituary of Peter Anthony Bubriski

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Peter Anthony Bubriski, 66, passed away peacefully on December 12, 2017. He was born on November 23, 1951 in Great Barrington to Stanley and Louise (Groise) Bubriski. Peter was a Beverly resident for the last 30 years and an employee of Minuteman Press for 26 years.

Proud father and grandfather, he leaves daughter, Rebecca Bubriski; son Matthew Bubriski and his wife Nazia Ali; daughter Katherine Bubriski and her husband Jeffrey Keilman; and two granddaughters Morgan Bubriski and Sophie Ali-Bubriski. He is also survived by brother John and his wife Kyoung, brother Joe and his wife Judy, and sister Julie and her husband Paul Negrini.

Peter was an avid fan of all sports and especially passionate about the New York Yankees. He was a history buff and a wealth of knowledge. This and his sense of humor made him an exceptional storyteller. “Pete Rock” you have left us much too soon and you will be so very missed.

A Memorial Mass for Peter Bubriski will be held on Saturday April 28 at 10:00 AM at Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Church Corpus Christi Parish in Housatonic. Burial will follow in Saint Bridget’s Cemetery. There are no calling hours. Memorial contributions may be made to Beverly Bootstraps, 35 Park Street, Beverly, MA 01915. Condolences may be made through birchesroyfuneralservices.com.

5 Responses to Obituary of Peter Anthony Bubriski

  1. I am so very sorry to learn of Pete’s passing. He was a year ahead of me in high school and I remember him as always good-humored and a great athlete. My brother Alan was in his class and he also is gone now. Many condolences to the Bubriski extended family.

  2. Joe,John,Julie, So sorry to hear of Pete’s death. He was a great friend and someone I had always hoped to see again, we shared many ggod times together playing basketball,going to concerts and walking the streets of Housatonic during our high school years. Miss you “Beau” and God bless. You will always be in my thoughts and prayers. JS

  3. Joe,John,Julie, So sorry to hear of Pete’s death.He was a great friend and someone I hoped to one day see again.We shared many good times together,playing basketball,going to concerts,and walking the streets of Housatonic during our high school years. Miss you “Beau”…you will always be in my thoughts and prayers. JS

  4. I was sorry to hear of Peter’s passing. I worked at Minuteman Press with Peter for 5 years and he couldn’t have been nicer to me, a great guy to work with. Joe, from my observations you couldn’t have been a better brother to him.

  5. I was quite saddened when I heard of the passing of Peter. I had the pleasure of working with Pete as an employee of Minuteman Press for 3 years. He always loved talking about baseball. As a Yankees fan, we always loved getting together at lunch and ribbing the other about the Sox and Yankees rivalry. Peter was an experienced press operator and taught me about the finer points of print production and offset printing. I will miss him. Joe, Judy – my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

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