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Christopher J. Nazzaro

In Revere, formerly of Wakefield, at 40 years, unexpectedly on March 27th, Devoted son of Frederick G. Nazzaro, III & his wife Jeannine M. (Roy) Nazzaro of Wakefield. Adored son of the late Diane L. (Conlon) Nazzaro. Dear brother to Frederick G. Nazzaro IV, & wife, Mascha Chausovsky of Newton & Barbara J. Barnard & husband Scott of Lynn. Dear uncle of Nicholas D. Nazzaro of CA, Alexander V. & Mark E. Nazzaro, both of Newton, Brandy Giovino & husband Ronald of Medford, Ashley Guthro of Winthrop, Anthony J. “AJ” Guthro of Lynn. Also lovingly survived by his grand-niece, Angelina & his grand-nephew Ronnie.

In keeping with the ongoing mandate & regulations issued by the Comm. of MA & the Boston Archdiocese regarding the ongoing COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, all services & interment will be held privately. A “Celebration of Life” (date, time & place of venue) will be announced at a later time on social media & on our Funeral Home website (www.vertuccioandsmith.com).

Christopher was an alumnus of Boston University, Class of 1997. Presently & for the past 8 years, Chris was in management security at National Grid. Chris also held a real estate broker’s license.


Immediate Funeral Services will be held privately. Future Services will be announced at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to the Northeast Animal Shelter, 347 Highland Ave., Salem, MA 01970.


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  1. Eddie Attuquayefio
    Apr 15 2020

    Rest In Peace Chris. You will be missed.

  2. June kabachus
    Apr 5 2020

    I was so sorry to hear of Chris’s passing, he was a great guy always took the time to stop and talk. He would light up talking about his nieces and nephews praying for his family.

  3. Sara DiSanto
    Apr 2 2020

    I was so saddened to hear of the passing of Chris on Sunday morning. I’m so sorry for your loss. I had the pleasure of being friends with him, and we were also in the Class of 97 together. I will never forget all the great memories we shared together and I will always hold them close to my heart. Chris was a great kid and I’ll never forget that. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family throughout this difficult time. May you Rest in Peace Chris. Always gone, never forgotten. ❤❤

  4. Barbaragean, Sis
    Mar 31 2020

    Devastated and Heartbroken. Will be deeply missed and never forgotten. The only comfort I have is knowing you are with Mom.
    Will have more to follow…..

    Pictures of Chris Legacy.com

  5. Suzie Barnard Appolloni
    Mar 31 2020

    Absolutely truly heartbroken to hear of Chris’s passing. Sending lots of love, thoughts and prayers to my sister in law and her family. Will definitely miss seeing him at family parties. Rest in peace Chris, you will surely be missed by all.

  6. Jane Ellis
    Mar 30 2020

    I was Chris’s third grade teacher at St. Joseph School in Wakefield. I used to call Chris and his best friend, Donald Tavano, “Pete and Repeat “! He was so cute and smart. I also became friends with his momDiane and Donald’s mom Dottie. Chis was so brave during Diane’s illness and after her death. I am still teaching third grade at St. Joseph School and I will have my class that I am teaching online now during the Covid19 pandemic pray for Chris who is back in his mother’s arms.
    Sincerely,
    Mrs. JaneEllis

  7. Gerri & Joe Nashawaty
    Mar 30 2020

    We are so fortunate to have met and been in your company a few times and came to know what a respectful and kind person you were. Your Dad always spoke about you and you could tell how proud of you he was. You were such a good and caring son, always being there for him, as well as Jeannine. We are both so sad. May you rest in peace. I am sure that God will open the gates and you will reunite with your Mom and all who are waiting for you. You will forever be in our prayers and hearts.

  8. Paul Jamieson
    Mar 30 2020

    I’m so sorry for your loss! I was beyond sad to hear about Chris’s passing. He was my roommate in San Diego and soon became one of my best friends for the next 20 years. I will miss him dearly! He was truly one of the nicest, most genuine people I’ve known in my life. My prayers go out to the entire family!

  9. Shawn Moore
    Mar 30 2020

    Rest in peace Chris. I’ll say prayers for you and your family.

  10. Lorraine Butler
    Mar 30 2020

    I don’t know you I’m so sorry to hear about your son passing he is now Resting in peace may god be with you and your family you are all in my Prays always remember the good times you had with him

  11. Peter & Jessica Leuci
    Mar 29 2020

    We are so saddened to hear of the passing of our dear friend Chris. He was a great friend to many and was always up for an adventure… we knew the faster the better. I’ve heard of so many great Nazzaro stories, and have had the pleasure to get to known him since I’ve been a part of Pete’s life.
    To his family and friends, we hope you find comfort in the memories made and times shared with Chris during this difficult time ahead.
    We will miss you Chris, but know you’ll continue to leave your mark up there with some others we so sorely miss.

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