THE PEABODY ADVOCATE - Friday, August 4, 2017
LOSES VETERAN | FROM PAGE 1 this very difficult time.â€? Peabody Fire Chief Steven Pasdon said Pimenta had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis 25 years ago and was in constant pursuit of raising money to further research efforts. In addition to fighting fires, Pimenta represented Peabody in the MS Climb To The Top in March 2016 at 200 Clarendon St. (formerly the John Hancock Building) in Boston. More recently, Pimenta participated in the Bike MS: Cape Cod Get-
away 2017, which was held on June 24-25, taking cyclists from Quincy to Provincetown. During the event, he was the team captain for the Peabody Fire Honor Guard Local 925. According to the eventâ€™s website, Pimentaâ€™s team raised $12,407. A Go Fund Me page was opened on July 31 for Pimentaâ€™s family with $5,450 being raised thus far. Pimenta is survived by his wife, Donna, and his two children, Jacob and Stephanie. Although no charges have been filed, the crash is still under investigation.
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