April 28, 2017

Milton (Budd) Parker Shaw, Jr.

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Budd, 63, died suddenly on 2-1-2017 at Miriam Hosp in Prov, RI. Born in Attleboro 8-8-53, he lived in Seekonk before moving to Rehoboth. He was a 72 Grad of DR. A member of the Carpenter’s Union, he was a master builder and cabinet maker.

As a youngster he delivered the Prov Journal, played Rehoboth Little League, was a scout, and worked at both Francis and Monroe’s Farms. Budd's hobbies included bee keeping, gardening, building koi ponds, furniture and box making but mostly being a good friend to all. He was an accomplished songwriter, guitar and harmonica player.

Budd is survived by his wife Adele of 43 years as well as his 4 children: Erin (Marc), Sarah (Phil), Adam (Audrey) and Tyler; 4 grandchildren and 1 more waiting to be born. Also, he is survived by his mom Gail and siblings Pennie, Steve, Greg and Wendy, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. He is preceded by his dad, Parker and his sister Laurie.

Cards may be sent to Adele Shaw 465-69 Gardiner Rd, Richmond, RI 02892. Donations may be sent to: Beekeepers Association of RI, PO BOX 64, Greenville, RI 02828.

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pennie shaw

To my Mom, sister-in-law, nieces, nephews, siblings and all,

The loss of my brother Budd is so tragic. He will be missed by all of us and so many more in the community.

So many were given a helping hand, information shared, bees saved by teaching others, grandchildren well loved, children with something made of wood, recipes shared, meals shared, and so much more. Budd was a sweet, gentle and kind old soul. Budds' talents were many and diverse and were shared freely. Budd had a wry sense of humor and that would often show in a related song which he shared with only those very close to him. There was so much more to my brother than met the eye. Rest in Peace my brother until we meet again.

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