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Edward W. Rehill

January 16, 1930 — June 26, 2021

Edward W. Rehill of Walpole, MA, and Plymouth, MA, died on June 26th, 2021 at age 91. 

He was the beloved & devoted husband of the late Margaret (Peggy) Dimmock Rehill, and later beloved & devoted companion of Betty-Jane Crouse, father of Carolyn Rehill Stiles, and Laurie Rehill Miller, grandfather of Nealy Stiles, Andrew Stiles and Carlee Miller. Brother to Bill Rehill, and the late Mary Papineau and Peggy Glennon.  

Ed was a humble but remarkable person, graduating from Xaverian Brothers High School, then later Northeastern University, and serving 9 years in the National Guard. He was a truly joyous person to be around - contagiously so, and he brightened the world for all those fortunate to know him. He lived his life by simple and compelling principles; kindness to others, happiness of being, and values demonstrated through action. He brought these principles with him each day throughout his career in Electrical Engineering and later Real Estate, and each day while raising his children in Wrentham, MA. He spent his later years enjoying summers surrounded by loving family at his residence on Whitehorse Beach in Plymouth. He will be dearly missed, but his memories and his values will live on through his family. 

All services took place privately at the request of his family, with interment taking place in Knollwood Memorial Park in Canton.  In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Xaverian Brothers High School 800 Clapboardtree Street Westwood, MA 02090.  

For family and friends wishing to contact Ed's family, please email his daughter, Carolyn Stiles at 

Arrangements by James H. Delaney & Son Funeral Home, Walpole.

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