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Edward E. Azzari

 

 

Edward E. Azzari

Edward E. Azzari

Family & friends are invited to attend visiting hours on Thursday, January 29th from 4 to 8 p.m., in the Vertuccio & Smith Home for Funerals, 773 Broadway (route 107) Revere for Retired State Trooper Edward E. Azzari at 81 years, who died on Thursday, January 22, 2015 at the Lighthouse Nursing Care Center of Revere following a lengthy illness. A funeral will be conducted from the funeral home on Friday, January 30th at 9:30 a.m. followed by a Funeral Mass in the Immaculate Conception Church (corner of Beach St. & Winthrop Ave.) at 10:30 a.m.  Ed was born & raised in Everett.  He graduated Everett High School, Class of 1951. Thereafter, Ed enlisted in the United States Army during the Korean Conflict.  During his time in the Army, he served as an M.P. (Military Policeman).  After his service to his Country, he began to work for the U.S. Postal Service for brief time, until he was sworn into the  Massachusetts Registry Police.  He would remain on the force for many years, and was promoted  to “Special Investigator” before retiring as a Massachusetts State Trooper.  In 1963,  he would marry Louise F. Federici.  The couple settled in Revere where they raised their two boys. He is the loving & devoted husband of Louise F. (Federici) Azzari of whom he shared 44 years of marriage with.  He is the cherished father of Edward V. Azzari & his wife Atty. Michelle A. Azzari of Saugus & Revere Police Lt. John M. Azzari & his wife Kristin M. Azzari. Adored grandfather of Nicholas A. Azzari, Julia E. Azzari, Michael E. Azzari all of Saugus and Samantha L. & Hannah K. Azzari. He is the cherished son of the late Edward Azzari & Irene (Favret) Azzari. Also lovingly survived by an aunt, and many cousins, nieces and nephews. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery (Everett).  Late Korean Army Veteran. In lieu of flowers remembrances may be made to: Alzheimer’s Association, MA / NH Chapter 480 Pleasant St. Watertown, MA 02475

Services

Visiting Hours

Thursday, January 29th, 4 to 8 p.m.

Funeral Mass

Friday, January 30th, at 10:30 a.m., Immaculate Conception Church (Revere)

Interment

Woodlawn Cemetery (Everett)

In lieu of flowers remembrances may be made to: Alzheimer’s Association, MA / NH Chapter 480 Pleasant St. Watertown, MA 02475.

 

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  1. Loretta Carter, RMV
    Jan 27 2015

    My condolences to Ed’s family . having worked with Ed on many occasions, I found him to be a wonderful brother officer . His kindness, respect for others and his wonderful sense of humor made the job easier . He will be missed . Edis in my prayers.
    Lt. Loretta Carter , RMV (retired))

  2. MMVIA
    Jan 27 2015

    On behalf of Former and Retired Registry Inspectors, our deepest sympathies to the family. His name will be placed on our Registry
    Web site “Wall” @ http://www.registryinspector. org.

  3. Dick Barry
    Jan 26 2015

    My condolence to Mrs. Azzari and her family, my wife Mary and I were classmates of Eddie in the Class of 1951 at EHS. He and I shared a similar path, US Army Military Police, MSP 1956-1967.I remeber Ed as a person with a great personality and a true friend. Richard and Mary Barry1

  4. Barbara and Cesar Chekijian
    Jan 26 2015

    Our heartfelt sympathies and condolences to the family for your loss. May Ed’s soul rest in eternal peace.

  5. Bill and Nancy McDermott
    Jan 26 2015

    We are praying for your peace in heart and mind Thinking of you all and sending our love.

  6. Bill Conlon
    Jan 26 2015

    Please accept my deepest sympathy for your great loss.
    When we loose a loved in death it is very hard to deal with, a helpless feeling.
    Even Jesus Christ gave way to tears when is friend Lazarus died at John 11:21-44. Jesus spoke of a resurrection in fact at John 5:28,29 he said that all those in the memorial tombs will come out. Even when he died he told the evil doer that died next to him that he would be in Paradise. John in Revelation 21;3-5 wrote that even death would be no more. when the tent of God is with mankind. Jesus even spoke about this in his sermon on the mount at Mathew 5:5, here Jesus was referring to Psalms 37:11 and how long would they live? Note verse 29. What a wonderful hope for mankind. The Bible has much to say about the resurrection and hope. A wonderful website to have our Bible questions answered is jw.org. It is absolutely free with free downloads of the Bible and many Bible questions answered. May the God who gives peace and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ comfort you with his spirit. Bill Conlon

  7. Denise Brenner
    Jan 25 2015

    So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayer are with you all.

    Love, Denise,Steven,Allison and Jen

  8. Jack & Rosalie (Santoyanni) King
    Jan 25 2015

    So very sorry for your loss, our thoughts and prayers will be with
    the whole family…God Bless…

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