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Lorraine A. (Lauretano) Sarno

Family & friends are invited to attend a Funeral Mass on Thursday, October 7TH at 10:00 a.m. in at St. Anthony of Padua Church, 250 Revere St., REVERE for Lorraine A. (Lauretano) Sarno, who died on Friday, October 1st at Massachusetts General hospital in Boston following a lengthy illness, she 4 days shy of her 89th birthday. Lorraine will be laid to rest with her late husband Henry C. Sarno, Jr. at the Massachusetts National Cemetery in Bourne, MA following the Funeral Mass.

Lorraine was born & raised in Boston’s North End and was an alumna of the Julie Billiart School, Class of 1951. Lorraine married her husband, Henry “Hank” Sarno on June 12, 1955. The couple remained in the North End, where they began their life together and raised their family. They lived in East Boston, until 1990, when they settled in Revere. Lorraine worked for over 25 years at the CNA Insurance Company, as a word processor.  She retired to help raise her grandchildren, which she loved to do. Lorraine was a fabulous cook & baker. Her love for her family was demonstrated every day because they are what mattered the most to her.

She is the beloved wife of 64 years to the late Henry C. “Hank “Sarno, Jr. Loving mother of Lydia A. Paoletta & her husband Anthony of Revere, Joanie Sinclair of Wakefield &Lorraine S. Sarno of Revere. Cherished grandmother of Kristopher J. Sarno of Revere, Bianca A. Paoletta of Revere, Desiree S. Sinclair of Lynnfield & the late William J. Sinclair, IV. Great grandmother of Billy & the late Arianna Olivia. Dear sister of Lillian Natola & Arthur Lauretano & his wife Mary Anne, all of Medford and the late Mary Capraro, Vincenza Cincotti, Olga Rugnetta & Alfonso Lauretano. She is also lovingly survived by many nieces, nephews, grandnieces & grandnephews.

In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to Arianna’s Army, Webster First Credit Union, 509 Main St., Saugus, MA 01906.


Funeral Mass

Thursday, October 7th at 10:00 a.m. in St. Anthony of Padua Church, Revere


Massachusetts National Cemetery, Bourne

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  1. Lillian L. NatolaRest in peace my dear baby sister.
    Oct 10 2021

    Rest in peace my dear baby sister ! No more suffering ! A lifetime of beautiful memories!
    May God keep you in the palm of His hand !! I will miss you and love you !!!

    Your sister Lillian

  2. Robert Rugnetta
    Oct 5 2021

    Untie you are with your family my Mom sister and brother say hi to them for me I’ll always love you and never forget you just have to say will Miss you always love you

  3. Tammi Sarno Contreras
    Oct 4 2021

    Auntie I love and miss you already. You were a wonderful Aunt and as a child I always loved going to your house.
    You were always so nice and you were a fantastic cook!
    You were so gifted! You used to make me Barbie clothes.
    I’m sad you’re gone but I’m also glad you’re reunited with your husband, grandson and great grand daughter and EVERYONE else.
    We will all miss you.

  4. Lori Natola Swanson
    Oct 4 2021

    I love you, Auntie…You made each niece and nephew feel so very special. May God give you the eternal rest that you so deserve. I will miss you…Love, Lori (your “twin”).

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