Connor Forde Obituary, Death – On June 29, 1967, Richard Forde, Sr. and Marianne (Robinson) Cullins became parents for the first time. They named their son Connor. His birthday is on June 29th, in case you were wondering. During the course of his career at Fairpoint Communications, Rick held a variety of positions, including those in the capacities of lineman, mobilizer, and shop steward, among other roles of increasing responsibility. He was a well-respected member of the Fairpoint IBEW Local 2326 Union and served the organization as the safety representative in one capacity or another. Rick was a devoted fan of the New England Patriots, and he and his pals used to have a great time whenever they traveled to games together and participated in tailgating activities.

Another one of his favorite things to do was get together with the other men in the neighborhood every Thursday to play poker, which was also one of his favorite activities. The fact that he was such a skilled chef meant that he never needed the assistance of a recipe, and the grill was his go-to choice for cooking food. He was especially famous for his chicken wings and his steak marinade. Both of these dishes were prepared by him. He is responsible for the preparation of both of these dishes. Rick is going to be remembered as someone who was someone who was extremely truthful, extremely particular, extremely funny, and had the best laugh of anyone who ever lived. In addition to this, he was a devoted member of his family, serving as a loving and caring husband, father, son, and brother in his various roles within the family.

His immediate family consists of his wife of 18 years, Joann (Corey) Forde of Pembroke, New Hampshire; their two daughters, Megan and Emily Forde, both of Pembroke; his mother, who lives in San Antonio, Texas; his father, who lives in Windham, New Hampshire; one brother, Paul Forde of Boston, Massachusetts; two sisters, Marianne Roberts of Boston, Massachusetts and Patricia Forde-Holmes and her husband Alan of Windham, New Hampshire; one step brother. On Saturday, September 27, 2014, a memorial service was held in remembrance of the person who had passed away a few days earlier.