May 1, 1931 - October 19, 2018

All of us at Muzi Motors express our deepest sorrow at the passing of Frederick O.J. Muzi. Mr. Muzi passed away on Friday, October, 19, 2018 at the age of 87 in Falmouth, MA.

The impact that Mr. Muzi had on the business and the local community cannot be overstated. The culture of professionalism and the ardent focus on customer satisfaction he instilled remain hallmarks of the dealership to this day. Under the guidance of his nephews Neal and Glen Cammarano and his niece Dale Sinesi, Muzi Motors remains a thriving family-operated dealership that always puts the customer first.  

Mr. Muzi's journey in the automotive industry began in 1956. After graduating from Babson College, Mr. Muzi joined the business started by his father John, an Italian immigrant. In 1966, John Muzi retired leaving Fred as president and his brother-in-law, Bill Cammarano as vice president. Through a commitment to their customers, employees and the community, the pair continued to grow and develop the /business into one of the most successful dealerships in Massachusetts

Fred & His Father John Muzi

  Fred & His Brother-In-Law Bill Cammarano
Mention Mr. Muzi to any of the hundreds of employees who interacted and worked with him over the years and they will inevitably smile. His leadership, vision and inimitable spirit profoundly impacted many lives for the better.

In addition to his impact on the automotive industry, Mr. Muzi also supported a wide range of civic, charitable and environmental organizations. One of Mr. Muzi's passions in life was horseback riding and for over 50 years he rode bareback in the Needham 4th of July parade, to the delight of people of all ages.

  Fred Muzi Riding In Needham 4th of July Parade

Fred Muzi Leading The Countdown at Needham Lights
The wake will be at Eaton Funeral Home in Needham on Friday October 26th from 4pm to 8pm.

A memorial service will be held at Carter Memorial United Methodist Church in Needham on Saturday October 27th at 11:00am and there will be a reception at M.I.T. Endicott House in Dedham following the service.