Brian E. Losordo, 66, of Hatchville died May 31 after a long battle with cancer.

He was the husband of Barbara Susan Losordo for 38 years.

The son of Benjamin J. Losordo and Ruth C. Losordo, he graduated from Milton High School in 1972, where he participated in wrestling and football. He also graduated from the Franklin Institute. His family spent many summers on Cape Cod before he moved to Falmouth permanently.

Mr. Losordo was an electrician who worked in Falmouth and surrounding areas for 40 years.

He was an avid outdoorsmen who had hiked the entire Appalachian Trail and the Pacific Crest. As a longtime member of the Falmouth Rod & Gun Club, he helped run many events such as the annual game feed. He loved to hunt and fish.

He had also served as a Town Meeting member for Precinct Eight.

In addition to his wife, he leaves his daughters, Jenna S. Losordo and Anna M. Losordo, both of Falmouth; five brothers, Benjamin Losordo of Sandwich, Mark Losordo of Falmouth, Matt Losordo of Eastham, Jon Losordo of Falmouth, and Chris Losordo, also of Falmouth; two sisters, Deborah Losordo of Falmouth and Elizabeth Scannell of Medfield; and many nieces and nephews.

He was predeceased by his parents and his brother Alexander Losordo.

Visiting hours will be Wednesday, June 5, from 4 to 7 PM at Chapman, Cole Gleason Funeral Home, 584 West Falmouth Highway.

A funeral Mass will be celebrated Thursday, June 6, at 10 AM at St. Elizabeth Seton Church, 481 Quaker Road, North Falmouth.

Burial will follow at St. Joseph Cemetery, Gifford Street in Falmouth.

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