Robert Campion retired Framingham decide obituary appreciation 91

FRAMINGHAM — Fifteen years in the past, as David Cunis was transitioning into his new…

FRAMINGHAM — Fifteen years in the past, as David Cunis was transitioning into his new part as a judge, he was requested to identify one whom he admired and respected. 

The very first name that came to intellect was Decide Robert Campion, who Cunis understood effectively though serving as a lawyer in Framingham District Courtroom. 

“He was a quintessential district courtroom choose, a dude who was from the group, who understood the local community and who genuinely served the neighborhood,” Cunis claimed. “They don’t seriously make judges like him any longer — old faculty, but a superb guy.” 

Campion died of most cancers Monday at residence in Brewster. He was 91. 

He was a sort gentleman with a sturdy feeling of justice and a great heart, mates and family members members reported, introducing that though Campion generally did his best to guarantee justice was served, he did his component to be reasonable and compassionate to defendants.