OBITUARY

Edward D. Poore

December 3, 1950February 13, 2018

Edward D. Poore, 67, of Sagamore, Mass passed away on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 after a long illness. Ed was born in Wareham, Mass and is the son of the late Edward Poore, SR and Clara (Cecchi) Poore and brother of the late Stephen Poore. He graduated from Barnstable Vocational High School. He started his glass career at Pairpoint Glass in the 70's and went on to open his own business The Crystal Workshop which he owned and operated for many years. He was also a member of the New England Paperweight Collectors Association and an expert on restoring and repairing antique glass and paperweights. He worked with a number of the contemporary paperweight artists throughout the years. Ed was one of the founding members of the Salt Water Lure Collectors Club (SWLCC). He loved collecting the old salt water lures and sharing his knowledge with those he met. The things he enjoyed most in his later years were antique shopping and riding his Harley. He was an active member of both the Sagamore and Sandwich sportsmen's club and enjoyed competitive shooting. He leaves behind his wife Dolores Barbati-Poore, his two children, son James Poore and his wife Cyndi, daughter Mary Ann Poore, and his Grandsons Kevin and Benjamin. He was the beloved step father to John Kowalski and Kara Marshall and three step grand children and three step great grand children. Please join us in celebrating his life on Friday, March 2nd from 2-5PM at the Trowbridge Tavern, 100 Trowbridge Road in Bourne Mass.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Friday, March 2, 2018
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Edward D. Poore

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Nina Haskell

February 21, 2018

Sorry for your loss,keep your family in my prayers

Philip Edelman

February 20, 2018

You will be sorely missed President PCA and all members

The Staff of Nickerson-Bourne Funeral Home

February 13, 2018

We wish to extend our deepest sympathies at this difficult time.