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Linda J. (Cannarozzo) Monaco

Funeral Services were conducted in the Vertuccio & Smith, Home for Funerals for Linda J. (Cannarozzo) Monaco, who passed away on August 29th following a hard-fought battle with ALS. She was 68 years of age.

Born in Chelsea, she was raised in Somerville before the family settled in Revere. She attended Revere schools and was a graduate of Revere High School, Class of 1972. Following graduation, Linda continued her education attending and completing courses at the IBM School for Computing. She took her new skills and soon entered the workforce. She worked for Gillette in their corporate offices in the Prudential Center for a number of years until she began her family. Linda dedicated herself to her family, raising her 5 boys. Linda loved being surrounded by her family, especially her children and her grandchildren. Her nurturing nature drew her to children, and she especially loved being around babies. She was happiest simply being around family and she enjoyed watching football and was a fan of Patrick Mahomes. She also loved to walk, listen to music, and loved cats. She will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing her.

She is the beloved daughter of Vincenzo Cannarozzo of Revere & the late Mary C. (Iovanna) Cannarozzo. Devoted mother of James A. Monaco & his wife Jennifer of Oakland, CA, Anthony J. Monaco & his wife Crystal of Southbridge, Joseph R. Monaco, Michael J. Monaco & Matthew M. Monaco, all of Revere. Cherished grandmother of Francesca, Delilah, Anthony & Javi. Dear sister of Maryann Cifuni & her husband Gennaro of Revere. Treasured niece of Rosalie Klaus and Josie Lusso. She is also lovingly survived by Anthony G. Monaco of South Hamilton, Justin Prasol of Revere, Diane Welch and many nieces, nephews, grandnieces & grandnephews.


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