Paul J. Reggiannini, age 78

of Quincy

Paul J. Reggiannini, age 78

Paul J. Reggiannini, age 78, of Weymouth, formerly of Quincy, died peacefully, Tuesday, August 23, 2022 at the Dwyer Home in Weymouth.

Paul was born in Key West, Fla. in 1944 to the late Armando and Kathleen T. (Mackey) Reggiannini. Raised and educated in Quincy schools, he was a graduate of Quincy High School. He lived briefly in Weymouth and Braintree, but his roots are in Quincy, where he lived most of his life.

He worked many years at his father, Armando’s side, learning the trade as an oil burner technician. As a young man, he branched out to start his own business, Reggie’s Oil Co., that is still operating today, and owned by his surviving brother, Joe Reggiannini.

Paul, or “Reggie”, as everyone knew him as, had many hobbies throughout his life, from collecting watches, racing radio-controlled cars, fishing, to working on his vehicles. He enjoyed his strawberry frappe’s extra thick, taking his children to Peter’s Pond Campground for their summers and taking late night dips into the pool after a long day at work.

Paul was the loving father of Vincent P. Reggiannini of Randolph, Laurie A. Reggiannini of Corning County, NY, Peter J. Lucier and his wife Heather of North Brookfield, Christopher P. Reggiannini of Milton, Paul J. Reggiannini, Jr. and his wife Brittany of Forest Hills, NY.

Paul is Papa to six grandchildren, Peter “PJ”, Aria, Christopher, Harrison, Theodore and Maeve.

Dear brother of Philip J. Reggiannini and his wife Kathryn of Norwood, Joseph P. Reggiannini and his wife Patricia of Quincy, John A. Reggiannini and his wife Cheryl of Norwell, Donna M. Paul and her husband Robert of Duxbury.

Paul is also survived by many nieces and nephews and their families.

At the request of the family funeral services were private.


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  • I have so many great memories of you and working at “Reggie’s. You were so good to everyone, so generous. Thank you for giving me a job that I loved and letting me rent one of your apartments… ocean front with a built in pool, I loved living there and became a true Necka❣️I remember asking you ,”who takes care of the pool and you said, you do now”‼️You will forever be in my prayers, you were one of the good guys…love you Reggie. Rest in peace❣️Stephanie xoxoxo