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3
Jun

Jean N. (McGonagle) Livick

Funeral Services & Interment will be held privately due to the current COVID–19  (Coronavirus) pandemic mandates & restrictions, for Jean N. (McGonagle) Livick, who passed away peacefully in her home on Wednesday, June 3rd following a long illness, she was 90 years old.

Jean was born in Chelsea and was raised and educated in Revere. She was a resident of Revere for over 70 years, before moving to Saugus in 2001, where she remained until her passing. She was married to Frank Chapman Livick and the couple began their family in Revere, having 5 children. Jean was a dedicated housewife & mother. She waited until her children were grown before she went to work at the Haymarket National Bank in Boston’s North End. She worked as a receptionist for over 5 years before retiring. Jean loved being surrounded by her family at all times & was a woman of strong faith. She was a former member of Ladies Auxiliary V.F. W. Post #6172 & Member of the Red Hats.  

She is the devoted wife of the late Frank Chapman Livick, Sr. Loving mother of Jeannette Mulligan of New Hampshire, Patrice Brown of Lewisburg, North Carolina, Lynne Livick–Munafo & husband Robert G. of Saugus & the late Barbara Livick–Blair  and Frank C. Livick, Jr. Cherished grandmother of 10 grandchildren & 3 great grandchildren. Dear sister of Mary Nestor & husband Thomas of Wakefield & the late James McGonagle, Jr. She is also lovingly survived by her son-in-law Gerald Blair of Oregon and many loving nieces, nephews, grandnieces & grandnephews.


Funeral Services & Interment will be Private

In lieu of flowers remembrances may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Pl., Memphis, TN 38105.


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3
Jun

William J. “Bill” Brown

Funeral Services & Interment will be held privately for William J. “Bill” Brown, who died on Wednesday, June 3rd at his daughter’s home in East Boston, following a 2-year battle with Lung Cancer, he was 60 years old.

Bill was born in Malden and later moved with his family to Chelsea. He attended both Malden & Chelsea Public Schools. Through the years, they also lived in Everett & Revere. Bill had an instinctive ability to work with his hands. Right after high school he began to work in construction. Most of his life he worked & mastered HVAC, but he never limited himself to just one trade. His skill set was limitless. He did it all; carpentry, plumbing & home remodeling. He was a very hard worker devoted to his family. Bill, although he worked hard, he maintained his motto of living one day at a time & enjoying each one. Bill was diagnosed with Stage 4 Lung Cancer approximately 2 years ago, but his relentless will to live, didn’t stop him. The COVID-19 pandemic is what made Bill stop working, otherwise, he would have worked on until he was forced to stop. Bill loved his family & being around them. He was an avid reader & enjoyed doing crossword puzzles. He had a fascination with Military Documentaries & Movies, as well as westerns. His other passion was Revere beach and swimming there. Bill will be remembered as being a man with a good heart & keen sense of humor.  On Behalf of Bill’s Family, they would like to acknowledge the wonderful care & treatment he received at the M.G.H Cancer Center.

He is the devoted son of the late Carole A. (Leidinger) Finn & Calvin N. Brown. Beloved husband of Cheryl A. (Cooper) Brown of Revere. Loving father of William Brown of Malden, Timothy Brown of Chelsea, Dayna Lee Brown of Stoneham & Brittany Brown & husband Denis Ramos of East Boston. Dear brother of Christine S. Puccilli & husband Louie of Everett, Stephen D. Brown of Peabody, Calvin N. Brown of Chelsea, Korinna S. McGinley & husband Mel of Everett, Lisa Marie Cyr & husband Steven of Peabody, Dominic F. Brown of Revere & the late  Belinda D. Miscioscia. Cherished grandfather of Courtney, C.J., Aaron & Riley and 1 great grandson, Armani. He is also lovingly survived by many nieces, nephews, grandnieces & grandnephews.


Funeral Services & Interment will be Private

In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to the M.G.H. Cancer Center, Mass General Development Office, 125 Nashua Street, Suite 540, Boston, MA 02114-1101.


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28
May

Atty. Michael A. Laurano, III

Attorney Laurano was born on January 30th, 1943 at Norfolk, Virginia, where his Dad was assigned to the U.S. Navy Base at Norfolk. He spent the early years of his life, and until 1993, was a resident of Orient Heights, East Boston, where upon he made the move to Newbury, Massachusetts. He attended St. Mary, Star of the Sea, Grammar School, East Boston graduating in 1957. He was an alumnus of Sacred Heart High School – East Boston, Class of 1961 and an alumnus of Boston College, Class of 1965 and then onto Boston University School of Law, graduating in 1968. As a young man, he developed a keen interest in politics, which drove him into a successful campaign for the Democratic Ward Committee. He began his law career with the late Attorney Joseph Oteri in Downtown Boston. However, soon he would set his shingle out at 71-73 Meridian St., East Boston, the home of the Michael A. Laurano Insurance Agency. The agency was founded by his paternal grandfather in 1923, maintained and carried on by Michael A. Laurano, Jr. (Attorney Laurano’s father) and subsequently carried on by Attorney Laurano until 2011. Michael continued his practice of law until his failing health made it impossible to fulfill his duties in 2018. Michael’s interests were vast and most interesting. He was a student of everything and anything and would have the ability to teach the subject with thorough knowledge and deliverance. He held an uncanny appreciation for his Italian heritage, particularly for the history and language of his forefathers. Michael was fluent in English, Italian & Spanish. He was an excellent chef, baker, gardener & teacher. From a very early age, his love for antiques and antiquities was unmatched. However, above and beyond, was his dedication and love of family and extended family. He carried a wealth of precise information regarding art and the sciences. As an avid reader, he would begin and complete reading a book in the same evening. He was a remarkable self-taught musician, mostly and especially in piano, organ and the mandolin. Michael played organ for the 4:00 p.m., Saturday, Weekly Mass at St. Pius Chapel in the Don Orione Nursing Center in East Boston for 10 years. He was fascinated with the old “roller pianos” of which one was always in the finished playroom at 719 Bennington St. The Laurano home was always the go-to place for a party, gathering, fun & music. Yes, always music, & of course after all, Michael’s mother was the founder and Senior Teacher of the Lillian Arden Chiampa Laurano School of Dance & Performing Arts, which made its home over the family insurance agency for over 65 years. Attorney Michael A. Laurano, III was a frequent traveler to Europe and especially to Italy and the small real to life villages in Avellino, from whence his ancestors came. Aside from the sights that most travel to, Michael made it mandatory to locate and visit with the Chiampa & Laurano cousins. Michael’s memberships included The Boston Athenaeum, The Justinian Society, the Dante Aligheri Society. He was a Founder & Member of the East Boston Historical Society from the late 1960s until the time of his passing. He was also a member of Riverfront Marina of Newbury, MA & a member of Fitton Council, K of C # 84 of East Boston.

He is the precious son of the late Boston Deputy Fire Chief Michael A. Laurano, Jr. & Lillian Arden Chiampa Laurano. Treasured brother of Jeannine A. Lesburt & her husband Henry of Pompano Beach, FL & Karyn A. Laurano of Peabody. Cherished uncle of Eric M. & Erin E. Trigilio, Attorneys Marc E. & Leigh R. Trigilio, Peter M. Vadala, David L. & Erin Vadala. “Uncle Michael” will be unforgettable to his grandnieces Liliana, Carlina, Amalia, Aria & Mia. He was the beloved friend & companion of Ellen C. Hynes. He deeply loved his faithful Welsh Terrier, Reggie Barney, III. He was also the valued cousin of the late George E. McGee, Jr. & many other loving Laurano & Chiampa cousins.

A Private Funeral Mass was celebrated on Tuesday, June 2nd at St. Adelaide Church of Peabody, followed by a Private Committal Service at Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden in accordance with the mandates & regulations issued by the Comm. of MA & the Boston Archdiocese regarding the ongoing pandemic.

In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made in support of the Mass General Center for Lymphoma in honor of Dr. Ronald Takvorian. Checks may be mailed to Massachusetts General Development Office, Attn: Tyrone Latin, 125 Nashua St., Ste. 540, Boston, MA 02114. Checks should be made payable to “MGH Center for Lymphoma”.


A Funeral Mass & Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden was held Privately.


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28
May

Paula Greene Sarcia

Paula Greene Sarcia, passed away on Thursday, May 28th at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston after a brief illness. She was 62 years of age.

Born in Winthrop, she was a lifelong resident of Revere. She attended Revere schools and was graduate of Revere High School, Class of 1975. She continued her education enrolling in Marion Court College and graduated in 1977. Paula began her career as a City of Revere employee as a 911 call taker. She rose quickly within the ranks and was promoted to Administrative Assistant. Upon the appointment of Christopher Bright as Revere Fire Chief, she held the position of Administrative Assistant to the Fire Chief until her untimely passing. Her passions, following her family, were skiing & travel. She also enjoyed camping with the family on many numerous occasions. She and her husband traveled often and widely throughout Europe but also enjoyed the excitement and beauty of Aruba.

She is the beloved wife of the late Revere Firefighter Roger W. Sarcia, who passed on March 28, 2018. Cherished daughter of Helen L. (Olsen) Greene of Revere & the late John J. “Jack” Greene. Devoted mother of USAF Master Sgt. Rachel L. Wagner of Bedford, Jennifer L. Hubbard & her husband Joseph A. Hubbard of Seabrook, NH, Revere Firefighter Kristopher T. Sarcia & his girlfriend Alison Weigl of Revere, USAF Staff Sgt. John J. Sarcia of Hickam Air Force Base, HI. Adored grandmother to Kaleigh L., Aiden J. & Brennan J. Hubbard & Korbin R. & Kensley S. Wagner. Dear sister of Patricia F. “Patti” Kane & her husband Richard I. of Nahant, Thomas P. Greene & his wife Noreen of Arlington & the late John J. Greene, Jr. Special niece to  Virginia “Ginger” Tuite of Revere & faithful aunt to Ryan R. Kane of Nahant. She is also lovingly survived by many other nephews, nieces & cousins.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, Funeral Services will be held privately.

Rather than flowers, the family sincerely asks that you take the time to render an act of kindness to a deserving person or organization in memory of Paula.


Funeral Services will be Private


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23
May

Michael E. Marden, Jr.

Funeral services & Interment will be held privately, due to the ongoing COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic for Michael E. Marden, Jr., who died on Saturday, May 23rd in the comfort & love of his family at home, after a lengthy illness, he was 39 years old.

Michael was born in Malden and was raised & educated in Revere. He attended Northeast Regional Vocational High School in Wakefield & Revere High School. Due to Michael’s health, he was disabled and could not work. He had a deep passion for the New England Patriots and he was enthralled with each game, play & victory. Like many of us, Michael was able to truly enjoy the past 20 years of football with his team dominating the game. His fascination demonstrated that he was a “Super Fan”. He also enjoyed watching the Boston Celtics, as well, but not at the same level of excitement and devotion as the New England Patriots. He loved being surrounded by his nieces & nephews and watching them grow up. He was a young man with a good heart & good sense of humor, he will always be loved & remembered.

He is the beloved son of Michael E. Marden, Sr. & his wife Pamela (Theberge) Marden of Saugus, formerly of Revere. Cherished brother of Michelle L. Mazza of Lynn, Kerri A. Marden of Danvers & Paul E. Marden & wife Alicia of Saugus. Adored uncle of Kylie Mazza & Cameron Mazza, both of Lynn, Stella Bulla, Sadi Grey Bulla, both of Danvers & Saylor Marden of Saugus. He is also lovingly survived by many loving aunts, uncles & cousins.


Funeral Services and Interment will be Private

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


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23
May

M. Mildred “Millie” (Surette) Porter

Funeral Services & Interment will be held privately due to the current mandates regarding the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, for M. Mildred “Millie” (Surette) Porter, who died on Saturday, May 23rd at the New England Home for the Deaf, following a brief illness with COVID-19, she was in her 97th year.

Mildred was born & raised in Wedgeport, Nova Scotia, Canada. Mildred lost her sense of hearing at the young age of 5 years old due to meningitis.  She was educated in Nova Scotia and came to live in the U.S. in 1951. She met and married her husband George J. Porter, Jr. in 1954, who was also afflicted with hearing loss. The couple settled in Revere and had one child George J. Porter, III, together where they raised him. Mildred, had a long career that spanned over 40 years for Filene’s Department Store in Downtown Boston Crossing, as a seamstress. Her talent for sewing was boundless. There wasn’t anything she couldn’t create, recreate, or repair. Through the years, she made her granddaughter her First Holy Communion Dress & many other creations. She would also hem clothing for family, friends & neighbors. Mildred was an avid reader of all books & eager to learn new things.  She also loved to knit & crochet, it allowed her to create clothing, scarfs, blankets & many other meaningful treasures. In later years her & her husband moved from their home in Revere to live at the New England Home for the Deaf in Danvers.  She was known as fabulous cook & baker, her family recounts her legendary Apple Pie. She was a woman who possessed grace, kindness & a deep faith.

She is the wife of 59 years to the late George J. Porter, Jr. Loving & proud mother of George J. Porter, III of Revere. Cherished grandmother of Catherine A. Porter of Wakefield, Christopher M. Porter & wife Beth of Wakefield & Cory J. Porter & his companion Corinne Sartoris of Woburn. Adored great-grandmother of Isabel Rose & Jackson Edward. Dear sister of 2 deceased brothers & 8 deceased sisters.

Late member of the Boston, Quincy & Revere Deaf Club.


Funeral Services and Interment will be Private

In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to the New England Home for the Deaf, 154 Water St. Danvers, MA 01923.


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22
May

Kimberly L. “Kim” Fisher

Funeral Services were held privately for Kimberly L. Fisher, who died unexpectedly in her home in East Boston, on May 22, 2020, she was 53 years old.

Kim was born & raised in the Jeffries Point section of East Boston. She was an alumnus of Boston Preparatory School, Class of 1984. Immediately following graduation, she enrolled in beauty school and became a licensed hairdresser & makeup artist. Kim was an extremely hard working woman and her talent and drive led her to become a top tier hairdresser. She immediately had a large following due to her craft & purely her personality. She was witty, feisty, warm & kind and that allowed her to have many successes in business. People simply loved her & she loved them.  She also worked for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in the Auditor’s Division as an administrative assistant. She left her position in the Auditor’s division to broaden her horizon by purchasing “Golden Images” in East Boston, a Tanning and Nail Salon & Clothing Boutique. Her vision brought the salon to a new level & always had the latest women’s swimwear and women’s clothing line & accessories. She enjoyed what she was doing and had a natural knack for business. While operating her business, she still was working as a hairdresser next door on Bennington St. at Hair 2001.  She would later sell Golden Images and open another hair & nail salon in Winthrop, Seaside Salon. The birth of her son, Nicholas, was without a doubt the happiest day of her life. She loved being a mother & it meant so much to her.   She eventually worked several days a week as a hairdresser at various salons, but due to her declining health, she was forced to stop working completely. Kim had many talents & passions in life.  She was a phenomenal cook and everything she made was delicious. She was also a gracious host for the holidays, birthdays & cookouts. She liked to travel & visit new places. Anyone who knew Kim would always see her in a new outfit & looking stunning, she loved fashion and was a very savvy shopper. Lastly, Kim was a fond animal lover of all sorts, but especially dogs. Kim will always be remembered as a person with a gentle face, a beautiful smile & a loving heart. She is now safely home in heaven, she will be missed, her memory will be shared and she will always be loved.

She is the beloved daughter of Edith (Petrillo) Fisher & the late Robert L. Fisher. She is the loving mother of Nicholas J. Bitto of Revere. Cherished sister of Robert L. Fisher & his late wife Audrey M. of Winthrop, David A. Fisher of Revere & Danny Smith & his wife Patricia K. of Melrose. Dear aunt of Robert L. Fisher, Alexandria Fisher and Zachary S. Fisher, all of Winthrop, David A. Fisher of Revere, Justin S. Smith & Matthew J. Smith of Melrose. She is also lovingly survived by her two Maltase Companions, Sissy & MoJo & many other loving friends, family & extended family.  


Funeral Services were Private

In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to the MSPCA – Angell Office of Development, 350 South Huntington Ave. Boston, MA 02130 or mspca.org


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21
May

Vincent J. Puorro

Funeral Services & Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden will be held privately due to the current COVID–19 (Coronavirus) pandemic for Vincent J. Puorro, who died on Thursday, May 21, 2020 at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston following a brief illness of COVID-19. Vincent was 77 years old.

Vincent was born on October 16, 1942 in Revere to his parents Pellegrino & Emma Puorro. He was raised & educated in Revere. As a young child, Vincent became afflicted from Polio, he would face many challenges as he would navigate through his life. Vincent had a wonderful attitude and a strong will. He was a proud Alumnus of Revere High School, Class of 1961. Vincent also made certain that he would obtain a driver’s license. After he graduated, he began to work at the First National Bank as a courier. He worked at the bank for many years before taking a position with the Salvation Army. He wore many hats, doing anything they would ask of him. Vincent was forced to stop working due to his failing health. Anyone one who knew Vincent, knew how he had an incredible fascination with remembering dates & timelines of historical events. Vincent was very proud that he lived independently until he could no longer care for himself. Anyone who knew him, loved him & he made many friends along the way.

He is the beloved son of the late Pellegrino & Emma (Venezia) Puorro. He is the cherished cousin & godfather of Glen McLaughlin of Wilmington & Valarie J. Hanlon of Saugus and her children, Jamie C. Creehan & her husband Neil of Middleton & Torin W. Hanlon & his wife Julianna of Melrose. He is also lovingly survived by many loving aunts, uncles & cousins, living & deceased.


Funeral Services & Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden will be Private


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21
May

Donald A. “Don” Pasco

Funeral Services and Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett will be held privately due to the ongoing COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic for Donald A. “Don” Pasco, who passed away peacefully on Thursday, May 21st as God granted his final wish of being home surrounded by his family. He was 91 years of age.

Born and raised in Boston, he was the son of the late Nicholas & Margaret (Gamaldo) Pasco. He attended Boston English High School and immediately enlisted in the United States Army. A proud member of a military family, Don and his 3 brothers each enlisted into separate branches of the United States Armed Forces, all of them serving faithfully and honorably. It was in the Army, where Donald made many lifelong friends. He thoroughly enjoyed serving his time and defending the country that he loved. He took up boxing while he was in the Army and it was there, he realized his potential in many aspects of his life, especially as a talented musician. After multiple re-enlistments, he was honorably discharged in 1951 and returned home to East Boston. He would begin working in the business of aluminum siding and specialized in windows and doors. He would eventually own and operate his own business named Pasco Aluminum for many years. His love for music would lead him to become a popular piano player in various venues throughout the North Shore area and later in Central Massachusetts. He played for over 70 years, from the Frolics on Revere Beach, to the Driftwood and the Pony Lounge in East Boston. His resume included a 30-year stint at the Continental Restaurant in Saugus and Angelica’s in Middleton, among others. After marrying, Yvonne M. Goulart, the couple resided in Dorchester with their youngest son for several years before moving to Revere and would eventually move to Brookfield where they made their new home about 9 years ago. As a result, Don would continue to share his musical talent in Central Massachusetts. He continued throughout his 80s playing in several Senior Centers and even up until recently he and his wife, Yvonne, performed at Brookhaven Assisted Care in West Brookfield, Massachusetts. Don was a dedicated family man and his personality drew everyone to him immediately. He and his family were avid theatre goers and as a result made many honored friendships over the years. He will be greatly missed by all who had the pleasure of meeting him or anyone who had the joy of listening to his gift of music that he shared with so many throughout his life.

He is the beloved husband of 29 years to Yvonne M. Goulart of Brookfield. Devoted father of Melinda S. “Mindy” Curry & her fiancé Timothy Amentola of Everett, Michelle L. “Shelly” Pasco & her companion Matt LeGallo of Revere, Nicole L. Pasco and her husband Fouad Chebani of Revere, Anthony D. Pasco & his wife Nicole Tedesco-Pasco of Taunton &  Nathaniel “Nathan” D. Goulart-Pasco of Brookfield. Cherished grandfather of Linda Brown & her husband Joshua, Mario N. Pasco, Yassmina Kalila, Sophia Pasco, Roman Pasco, Dominic & Camron Shaw. Lovingly survived by Roberta L. Racki of Chelsea, Brian R. Racki and his wife Athanasia of Lynn, Ottavia Racki of Chelsea & her children & Stephanie Murphy of Salem, New Hampshire & her daughter. Dear brother of Edward Pasco & his wife Candy of Woburn and the late Jeanette Venuti, Richard “Dick” Pasco, Elizabeth “Betty” Oliva, Leonard “Lenny” Pasco and Maryann Dello Russo. Don is fondly remembered by many nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews, extended family and friends.


Funeral Services & Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett will be Private.


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19
May

Palmina A. “Pam” (DiPlacido) Gioioso

” … thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven … “and so, from the Prayer of  the “Our Father”, comes the events of the life that the Gioioso family has experienced especially from May 11th, 2020 thru May 17, 2020. Palmina “Pam” passed as a result of complications arising from the Coronavirus, on Sunday, May 17th at the Lawrence General Hospital, Lawrence MA, only six days following the passing of her faithful loving husband of 65 years, on Monday, May 11th from the same insidious virus.

Palmina A. (DiPlacido) Gioioso was born on March 29, 1931 in East Boston to Bernardino & Maria (Tecce) DiPlacido. She attended East Boston schools & was an alumna of East Boston High School, Class of 1949. Following graduation, she attended business classes and would soon begin her working career at the Filene’s Store of Downtown Boston in the gift-wrapping department, a position made for “Pam” “, a woman made for the position. To say that she loved her work is an understatement. She gave Filene’s six (6) years of service. However, from that time on, she was the Matriarch of Giftwrapping for her entire family. Whatever the occasion, a Birthday, Wedding, Graduation, Christmas, Easter or whatever, “Pam” had the gift of artistry in her hands. She would marry John in 1955, continue to live in East Boston & in 1967, move to Eustis St., Revere. She had three (3) devoted children: John J. Gioioso, Jr. & his wife, Colleen of Lynnfield, Donna M. Lapointe & her husband, Gerard of North Berwick, Maine and Laura J. Belmonte & her husband, Frank A. Belmonte, Jr. of Londonderry, New Hampshire. She returned to the working world in the early seventies, at Bradlees Department Store of Chelsea as a salesclerk & cashier. She retired in 1993 after twenty (20) years of service. When her children were in school, “Pam” was most active in the Revere Parents Club. Nothing gave her more joy or pleasure than to be with her children; whether at home or elsewhere, teaching them, playing with them or thoroughly reading to them. Pam had a voracious appetite for reading & continued to the end to thrive on that appetite. When grandchildren began happening, she was renewed in the art of “mothering”. Her grandchildren loved & thrived on spending time with their “Nonnie”. She did all the activities, plus, as when she raised her own children. The grandchildren were taken to movies, museum trips, picnics and they especially enjoyed playing many games together. The combined time with her children and grandchildren remain to be the hallmark of her life—caring and giving. Her cherished grandchildren are Ashley L. Burbank & her husband, Adam of Berwick, Maine, Gregory A. Lapointe & his wife, Moriah of Wells, Maine, Frank A. Belmonte, III of Londonderry, NH & Genna R. Gioioso of Lynnfield. She is also the dear sister to John DiPlacido & his late wife Frances (Corozza) DiPlacido of West Palm Beach, FL & the late Clara (DiPlacido) Kennedy & her late husband Joseph. She is also lovingly survived by her two great-grandsons, Zachary and Jackson and many nieces, nephews, grandnieces & grandnephews. Pam was also the faithful cousin to the late Mario DiBacco. For many years of Saturday nights, both Pam & John who were long-time members of the Malden Moose Lodge, would take thorough advantage of the celebrations on Saturday nights and holiday specials, dressed to the nines, side-by-side.


Funeral Services & Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett will be Private


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