Matthew J. Lombardi, age 39

of Brockton

Matthew J. Lombardi, age 39

Matthew J. Lombardi, age 39, of Brockton, died peacefully, Thursday, December 19, 2019 at home.

Matthew was born in Brockton, raised and educated in Abington and was a graduate of Southeastern Regional Vocational Technical High School in South Easton. He had lived in Brockton for many years.

He was the owner and operator for ten years of the former Pro Clean, a carpet cleaning company.

Matthew was an avid Boston sports fan and especially enjoyed the New England Patriots.

Loving father of Alexander Welch.

Beloved son of Paul J. and Rachel H. (Henrikson) Lombardi of Brockton.

Devoted brother of Paul A. Lombardi of Abington.

At the request of the family, funeral services will be private.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Matthew’s memory may be made to Crossroads Worship Center, 241 Broad Street, Weymouth, MA 02188.

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  • I am so sorry to here about the Matt’s passing. I remember when Michael and Matt were friends many years ago when we lived in Abington. Matt went camping with us down the Cape and they had such a good time. The boys thought it was fun when they could get the exit gate to open with the bikes. Until it broke when Matt went right through it. Cherish all the memories in this difficult time. Rest in peace Matt.

  • To the Family of Matt,

    My heart is heavy for all of you, Matt was a good man and a great friend to anyone who knew him. I had the joy of working with him at BJs, May your hearts be consoled with and filled with his memories. Fly on angels wings my friend..

    Forever your friend,

    Monica Bassila

  • I am so sorry for your loss.
    Matt was a great kid growing up in Abington. I miss seeing all of you since moving to Maine.
    May all of you feel peace as we enter the Holiday season
    Pauline and George Anzivino