Robert C. Przygoda


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Weymouth, MA - Robert Christopher Przygoda, 51, passed away unexpectedly on June 25, 2019 in Weymouth, Mass. Born on March 6, 1968, in Odessa, N.Y., proud son to the late Jean Roberts and Robert Przygoda. Robert studied nursing at North Shore Community College and went on to become a Licensed Practical Nurse and the most charming and knowledgeable Tupperware specialist to date.

His charismatic and generous nature proved to be infectious. With a personality larger than life, he lit up the room with his wild humor, magnetic presence and warm, embracing smile. Robert had a keen interest in gardening, cooking, entertaining, visiting Disney, and adored animals of all kinds. Through his volunteer work at the Franklin Park Zoo where he gave his time as an ambassador, Robert was able to further pursue his love for animals.

Robert is survived by his beloved soulmate, Robbie Tavares; his siblings, Heather Mayer and her husband Will, Kimberly Smith, Christopher Przygoda, Erik Przygoda, and Scott Morris; many cherished nieces and nephews; dogs Lucy and Henri; and countless close and dear friends and family members.

A memorial service will be held at the Elks Club, 101 Atlantic Rd., Gloucester, on July 15, from 4 to 8 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Zoo of New England in Robert's name For online guestbook visit
Published on July 8, 2019
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Rose O'Neil
Jul 14, 2019
Rob I had no idea you were sick, this saddens me greatly. You were a strong man, full of pride. Kind, talented, hard worker who put forth 100% of yourself into any project that you were involved with. From Tupperware Master to planting in your yard and improving your home, making everything beautiful that crossed your path. You touched people with your being. You will not be forgotten. We will reunite when my time has come. Sadly, Rose O'Neil
Jul 09, 2019