Robert A. "Butch" Guetti NEWPORT — Robert Arthur “Butch” Guetti, born on May 2, 1946, in Orange, Massachusetts, passed away on Wednesday, May 13, 2020, at 74 years old. He resided in Irving, Massachusetts, and Turners Falls, Massachusetts, for most of his youth and as an adult, became a longtime resident of Newport, New Hampshire. Bob was the beloved husband of Sharon (Churchill) Guetti, of 21 years, and a couple for 44 years. Though Bob did not have any biological children, he was a caring stepfather to Kim L. Kiniry (deceased), Robert F. Kiniry Jr. and wife Wanda J. Kiniry of Unity, New Hampshire, Benji J. Kiniry and wife Tammy L. Kiniry of Bow, New Hampshire, and Lori L. Schinck of Newport, New Hampshire. He was a loving grandfather of nine grandchildren, Jacqueline (Moussa) De San Martin, Justin Moussa, Jerilyn (Kiniry) Dusza, Cory M. Richardson, Aaron Kiniry, Ashley (Richardson) Patten, Travis Richardson, Dylan C. Kiniry, Madison E. Kiniry; and eight great-grandchildren, Gianna De San Martin, Cadence Richardson, Cory Richardson, Bryson Dusza, Cohen Dusza, Kayleigh Richardson, Kinsley Richardson, Landon Richardson. He was the cherished son of the late Louis Guetti and Olga (Delponte) Guetti of Turners Falls, Massachusetts. Bob was a brother of the late Sandra Morgan, husband Kingsley Morgan, and the late Susan Grucci; and is survived by his brother, Louis “Sonny” Guetti, and wife Betty Guetti of Greenfield, Massachusetts; and his sister, Cynthia Ahearn and husband Francis “Chic” Ahearn of Turners Falls, Massachusetts; and his sister, Marjorie Potter of New Port Richey, Florida. He also is survived by many nephews, nieces and cousins. Bob was employed by Dorr Woolen and Sturm, Ruger & Co. for many years in Newport, New Hampshire. Bob enjoyed dog track racing and was a fan of the New England Patriots and Boston Red Sox. Bob had chosen to be cremated. Due to the current coronavirus pandemic and for everyone's safety, the Guetti family has decided to not hold any service at this time. A memorial service and celebration of life will be held at a later date.

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