Kevin G. Loughry, of Sudbury, died on Tuesday, November 29, 2022 after a lengthy illness. He was 69 years old. He was born November 7, 1953 in Boston to the late Daniel and Helen (Gipe) Loughry. His childhood years were spent in Melrose, MA; he graduated from Austin Preparatory School in Reading, MA in 1971 and attended Stonehill College.
He was the dearly beloved husband of Judith (Barton) and father of Kristin Loughry of New York City and Kevin F. Loughry of Sudbury, cherished brother of Daniel Loughry (Lois) of Clearwater, FL and Plymouth, MA and Justin Loughry (Leah) of Haddonfield, NJ and Shelburne Falls, MA; and treasured brother-in-law of Christopher Barton (Sarah) of Xenia, OH, Joan Kuntz (John) of Centennial, CO, Susan McKenna (Michael) of Boston, and Bruce Barton (Sarah) of Plymouth, NH. Also survived by 10 nieces & nephews and his dearest cousins Alice Campbell of Brockton, MA and Andrea Loughry (David Opperman) of Denver, CO.
Kevin was athletically inclined, playing basketball and baseball in his youth, football on his high school and college teams, and taking up softball and golf as a young adult. He was a member and past President of the Inner Club at Sandy Burr Country Club in Wayland, also serving as Handicap Chairman for several years.
Kevin worked for over twenty years in insurance and real estate sales and in property management at S.A. Vinciullo, Inc. in Waltham. He was a member and past President of the Waltham Rotary Club during the many years he worked in Waltham. He made a career change in 1998 and became the Director of Event Management at Object Management Group in Needham where he remained until 2008. The final years of his career were spent at Global Meeting Solutions in Westborough where he was the Meeting Planner and Director of Business Development.
Kevin was friendly, outgoing, and gregarious by nature, strong in body and spirit, positive and optimistic in outlook, and humble. He was known for his extraordinary kindness, thoughtfulness, and generosity to family and friends and to many, many others during his lifetime. He made a difference in quiet ways, extending his hand to anyone in need. Kevin will be missed by all who knew him.
Funeral services and burial in Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Sudbury are private. A Memorial Service in the spring of 2023 is planned; details will be announced at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Kevin’s memory may be made to the Movement Disorders Division of the Department of Neurology at MGH
or to a charity of your choice.