David Lenahan Obituary, Death – The unexpected demise of David Neal Lenahan, who had just turned 71 the day before he passed away, took occurred on March 27, the day after his actual birthday, which was on March 26. His passing came as a great tragedy to his family and friends. The day before he died away, he had just finished celebrating his 71st birthday the day before.
People who will always remember him include his two sons, Keith Lenahan of Worcester and Brian Lenahan of West Boylston; two brothers, his twin brother Richard Lenahan and his wife Helene of Oakham and Fort Pierce Florida and John Lenahan and his wife Stephanie of Shrewsbury; two sisters, Susan DiStefano and her husband Salvatore of Shrewsbury and Nancy Madaio and her husband Rich of Worcester; and a sister-in-law, Penny of Worcester.
Every member of his family had already moved to a new nation before he went, so this wasn’t a surprise to him. His family consists of his mother, Louise (Lessard) Lenahan, his father, Raymond Lenahan, his sister, Linda Couch, and his brother, Michael Lenahan. He was the only member of his direct family to have survived, which means that he is the only surviving member of his family.
The only member of his family to have made it through the ordeal unscathed was him. David spent his whole career in the field of selling various kinds of electrical equipment and supplies. This was his sole professional focus. During the course of his professional life, he has had positions of employment with a variety of businesses, some of which include the following: Morningdale Electrical, Graybar, and Spencer Engineering, to name a few.
While fishing and working on old muscle cars were two of his most enjoyable interests, he often spent the majority of his spare time engaging in both of these activities. His major devotion was with the Patriots, despite the fact that he was a substantial booster of all of the sports teams in the New England area. He was a devoted supporter of the New England Patriots.