John M. Turco, age 77

of Plymouth

John M. Turco, age 77

John M. Turco, age 77, of Plymouth, formerly of Norwell, died peacefully, Sunday, March 22, 2020, at Bridges by Epoch at Pembroke, in the comfort of his loving family.

John was born in Cambridge, to the late Michael J. and Helen (Dello Russo) Turco. Raised and educated in Medford, Everett, and Walpole, John graduated from Walpole High School, Class of 1961. He later received an Associate degree from Northeastern University after attending night school. He had lived in Plymouth for fifteen years, previously in Norwell for thirty years.

He was employed as a sales engineer in the electronics industry for forty-six years, after beginning his career with the Westinghouse Corporation. He worked for several companies including Multi-Contact USA of Santa Rosa, Calif. before his retirement several years ago.

John loved baseball and was a talented high school player. He was also an avid fan of all Boston sports teams. He enjoyed golf and had belonged to a golf league with friends at the Green Harbor Golf Club in Marshfield for many years.

He was an accomplished carpenter and had crafted furniture for family and friends.

John was involved in community services and was an active volunteer for the Norwell Men’s Club and most recently with the South Shore Community Action Council in Plymouth.

Most of all, John’s passion was for his family, especially his children and grandchildren. He proudly supported all their many activities and accomplishments.

Beloved husband for fifty years of Rita A. (McCarron) Turco.

Devoted father of John M. Turco, Jr. and his wife Jennifer of Norwell, Carrie A. Costa and her husband Daniel of Rochester.

Loving grandfather of Olivia and Nicholas Turco, Grace, Julia, Nico, and Gianna Costa.

John was the much-loved brother of the late Michael Turco and the dear uncle of Scott Turco of San Francisco, Calif. and Lynda Turco of Taunton.

In light of current events, funeral services will be private. A memorial Mass to celebrate John’s life will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations in John’s memory may be made to the South Shore Community Action Council, 71 Obery Street, Plymouth, MA 02360.

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  • With Love and Prayers for John and Rita and their family. much love, xo

  • Dear Rita, John and Carrie,
    Our hearts go out to you at this sad and difficult time.
    John will be missed by everyone in our family.
    We hope that we can be with you soon and celebrate the man, husband, father, Papa and brother-in-law he was
    Sincere Regards
    And love
    Uncle Sam and Aunt Eileen

  • Rita and Family,

    I am so sorry to hear about John. Thoughts and prayers to you and your Family.

  • Dear Rita, Carrie, John, Danny and family…
    My heart to goes out to each of you as you go through this very difficult time. In the years of knowing John, I have many fond memories of our conversations on sports. He always had a happy and smiling face and will be missed by all who love him.
    My thoughts, prayers and love are with you…Love, Judy

  • A truly class act. I worked with John for several years at Westinghouse as salesmen, but lost touch with him. I will always remember John, for his great laugh and sense of humor. I will always think of John for the good times we always had. A good friend forever.

  • Dear Rita, John and Carrie,
    I am so sorry to hear about John.. I know it is a sad time and your family is here to support you. My thoughts and prayers are with you..

  • John, you were a wonderful colleague and great friend. I loved your work ethic and your beaming smile and refreshing humor. Thank you for your many contributions to Multi-Contact USA. You and Rita have been in my daily prayers for years. Heartfelt hugs and continued strength to you. Ceebee

  • Dear Rita, John, Carrie and Dan
    We are so sorry to hear of the loss of John Sr. We have shared so many good times and had so many laughs!
    You have the most beautiful family and I know that all of your family and friends will gather round you in love and support soon.
    Praying for you all.
    Much love and hugs to you all.
    ❤️🙏🏻🤗 Denis and Mary

  • Rita I am so sad for you. I pray for your peace and comfort. John is with his mom and dad and brother and Sean. He is now peaceful and in no pain and playing golf all the time.

  • Rita, we are so saddened to hear of John’s death at this most difficult time. Know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Hoping to go to his memorial mass when it occurs. Stay well!