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Frances A. (Fucile) DiPlatzi

Family & friends are invited to attend a Funeral Mass on Friday, November 22nd, 2013 at 10 a.m. in St. Anthony of Padua Church, Revere, for Frances A. (Fucile) DiPlatzi, who died on Saturday, November 16th in her friend’s home while visiting, unexpectedly, at 72 years.  Interment will follow in the Wyoming Cemetery, Melrose.  Born & raised in Boston, the family lived early on in Somerville.  Frances spent most of her life in Somerville, Revere, Boston, & lastly in Melrose.  Most of her working career was spent in the Computer industry, serving Data Entry.  She is the devoted mother of Gerald F. Hayes & his partner Linda of Everett, David S. Hayes & his wife Theresa of Raymond, NH, Denise M. Carnazzo of Saugus, Lorraine D. Hanscomb of Everett, & Douglas M. Hanscomb & his wife Laura of Ware, NH.  She is also lovingly survived by 13 grandchildren, 9 great-grandchildren, & many nieces & nephews.  Dear sister of Domenic Fucile of Melrose, Michael Fucile of Revere, & Salvatore Fucile of Woburn.  Remembrances may be made to your favorite charity.

Services

Funeral Mass

Friday, November 22nd, 2013 at 10 a.m. in St. Anthony of Padua Church, Revere.

Interment

Wyoming Cemetery, Melrose.

Remembrances may be made to your favorite charity.

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  1. Kaleigh
    Nov 19 2013

    Noni words cannot express how much I am going to miss you, especially the way you were to my daughter just the way you two looked at each other made me so happy and filled me with such love. The way you two would sit at a kitchen table having some casual chit chat and the way you would smirk at her little childlike comments (the ones where she thinks she knows the world).

    I just grew over 10 years to be so thankful Steve still had his Noni. In a sense you filled a void for me as well, for I had no grandmother/noni figures in my life. I enjoyed every moment I got to spend with you, I enjoyed every moment you looked at my daughter like she was amazing, every compliment you gave about my daughter. In a world that makes you feel like you’re wrong, that kind of feedback lets you know you’re doing it right. As the NONI of this family your word meant a lot to me. I’ve always respected you, and would have done anything for you.

    Also, I know you will never get the chance to physically meet my son, we have Chosen to stick with the name Jake in your honor. For it was the only name at one point Steve and I agreed on and when we came over and told you, your face lit up and you said “I’ve always loved that name Jake, it’s a big tough guy name. That’s my favorite name” I think you even indicated if you had another son that would be his name. Haha! 🙂 So you will not meet our “tough guy” son but he will know why he was named Jake and the story behind the woman who helped pick it.

    I will always remember the best of times, and when I would leave your house and I said I love you I meant that with every ounce of my soul. Family means everything to me blood or not I AM FOREVER THANKFUL, I GOT THE CHANCE TO LEARN, GROW AND SHARE MY DAUGHTER AND MY LIFE WITH YOU.

  2. Steve Thomas
    Nov 19 2013

    I love you Noni!!! I will forever miss you and hold you in my heart.

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