Captain Robert A. Enos, who served with the Massachusetts State Police Department for 22 years, died July 20 at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Plymouth at the age of 87. Mr. Enos was a resident of Sagamore Beach.

He was the husband of Paula J. (Hyora) Enos and the late Joselyn Enos.

Born in Taunton, he was the son of Manuel and Mary (Medeiros) Enos.

Mr. Enos was a veteran of the United States Navy and served four years as a commissaryman, or ship’s cook, as a petty officer 3rd class on the USS Currutuck.

His more than two decades with the state police were followed by 30-plus years as director of security at Leach & Garner Company in Attleboro.

His professional memberships were with the American Society of Industrial Security, the Southeastern Police Chiefs, the Massachusetts Police Chiefs, the New England Police Chiefs, the New England Narcotics and the American Association of State Troopers; as well as the Retired Troopers Association and the Former Massachusetts State Troopers Association.

He also was active with the Bourne Lions Club for many years.

In addition to his wife he leaves a daughter, Jayne Enos and her husband, Gary Locarno, of Boston; two sons, Robert A. Enos Jr. and Michael Enos of Wilmar, Minnesota; and a granddaughter, Chelsey Locarno of New York City.

Visitation will be Saturday, July 27, from noon to 1 PM with a half-hour memorial service beginning at 1 o'clock at Nickerson-Bourne Funeral Home, 40 MacArthur Boulevard in Bourne.

A luncheon in celebration of his life will follow from 2 to 4 PM at the Mezza Luna Restaurant, 253 Main Street in Buzzards Bay.

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