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“So sad to hear of Caesar's passing! As Marion's great neice Caesar was a large part of my childhood. I looked forward to bumping into him at lil...Read More »
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“Caesar was a cherished friend of our family. I have so many wonderful memories of Caesar- from cook-outs, holiday gatherings, and afternoons playing...Read More »
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Caesar A. Cardoza, 88, passed away peacefully on Thursday, July 29, 2021 at Good Samaritan Medical Center of Brockton, with his family by his side. Born a twin, in Easton, on June 6, 1933, son of the late Antonio and Mary (Delgado) Cardoza, he attended Easton schools and was a lifelong resident of the town.

He is survived by his sisters, Cecilia Cardoza and Pauline (O'Hearne) St.Germain of Easton. He was predeceased by his sister Antoinette (Cardoza) Marques and his brothers Joseph, Anthony and Daniel as well as his niece, Janet Cardoza. Also survived by eight loving nieces and nephews and many great-nieces and nephews. Lifelong friend of the late Marion Nye of Easton.

He started his working career at the former Stedfast Rubber Co. in Easton where he fulfilled the role of Supervisor until it's closing. He then worked for Doug King Builders and later for Southeastern Regional School District from which he retired.

Caesar was a lifelong member of the Easton Rod and Gun Club. He was a true outdoorsman, enjoying all that nature had to offer. He especially enjoyed fishing and hunting. He traveled often to the club's camp in Dummer, NH. You could find Caesar daily at the club playing cards and sharing stories with his many friends. Over the years, Caesar had taken many young members under his wing sharing his vast knowledge of fishing, hunting, gardening and things that we won't mention here (those of you who have heard his stories understand). Caesar had a family who loved him dearly as well as the club members who became his extended family.

Caesar was a New England Patriots fan and looked forward to watching his team play weekly. He was never short on conversing about politics. He eagerly shared his political views and opinions with all who would listen.

A favorite holiday tradition was Caesar's participation with the Portuguese band. He played the "Brinquinho" (Madeira's most traditional musical instrument). Family and friends would all anxiously await Caesar and the band's arrival on Christmas eve. It is a cherished memory that is reminisced about every holiday season by those who had the good fortune of having a visit.

Family and friends are invited to attend his visiting hours on Thursday morning, August 5 from 8:30am to 10:30am at Kane Funeral Home and Cremation Services, 605 Washington Street, Easton. Followed by a Funeral Mass to be celebrated at 11am at Immaculate Conception Church, Easton. Interment at Immaculate Conception Cemetery, Easton.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Caesar's memory may be sent to the Easton Rod and Gun Club, PO Box 489, Easton, MA 02356.

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