Bob died on May 22, 2015.

Born in New Hampshire, Bob graduated from the Boston Latin School, where he managed the baseball and basketball teams and belonged to the National Honor Society.  At Princeton he majored in politics, joined Cloister Inn, was a football team manager, and served in the Trenton Tutorial Project.

After graduating from Boston College of Law, Bob devoted his professional career to public service, as an AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer,  a public defender for the Massachusetts Defenders Committee,  Assistant Attorney General in the Criminal Division under two Massachusetts governors, executive director and general counsel of the Massachusetts State Ethics Commission, Framingham District Court judge, Associate Justice of the District Court Appellate Division, and Chairman of the Committee on Judicial Ethics.  He also served on the adjunct faculties of New England and Boston University Schools of Law, and as a trustee of the Boston Latin School.  After retiring from the bench, Bob joined the board of MetroWest Mediation Services.

Bob is survived by his wife of 39 years, the former Marjorie Cavicchio; son, David; daughter, Carolyn; and brother, Richard.  The Class extends its heartfelt condolences to all of them.


Here is more about Bob Greco plus the Boston Globe published an extensive obituary,