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Phyllis M. (Amato) Mirasolo

Funeral Services were held privately due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, for Phyllis M. (Amato) Mirasolo, who died at her home surrounded by her loving family on Sunday, January 24th, she was 94 years old.

Phyllis arrived in the United States at the age of three years old with her family. They settled in East Boston, where she was raised & educated. She was married to her husband Leo Mirasolo and the couple began their family while in East Boston, then later moving to Revere in 1956, where they remained. Phyllis was a dedicated & hardworking homemaker, proudly raising her children & caring for her family. Phyllis had many talents and cooking was at the top of the list. It gave her great joy to make many delicious meals but she also enjoyed seeing her family & friends enjoying them. She was a gifted seamstress, she could make outfits, dresses, replicate something and repair anything. She & her husband enjoyed traveling extensively throughout Europe, Hawaii, the West Coast, Aruba, the Bahamas & Florida. Phyllis always enjoyed being surrounded by all her family for any event. She would knit many wonderful blankets & children’s sweaters for many of her close relatives. Her love will carry on with all her family.

She is the devoted wife of 73 years to Leo F. Mirasolo of Revere. Loving mother of Ret. Revere Patrolman Joseph L. Mirasolo of Groveland, Leonard F. Mirasolo & wife Ann Marie of Saugus & Lisa A. Mirasolo of Revere. Cherished grandmother of Michelle L. Korisianos & husband Peter of Peabody, Stephen J. Mirasolo & wife Nicole of Groveland, Meghan Allen & husband Edward of Melrose & Brian W. Mirasolo & fiancé Sheila Jameson of Wakefield. Adored great grandmother of Gianna, Ava, Alexa & Georgia. Dear sister of Concetta “Connie” Pace & the late Fannie Marotta, Frances Vadala & Joseph Amato. She is also lovingly survived by many nieces, nephews, grandnieces & grandnephews. Entombment was in Woodlawn Cemetery – Sheffield Community Mausoleum.

Remembrances may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105

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  1. Cheryl Szymanski
    Jan 31 2021


    I know how close you are with your parents. I cannot image how you are feeling, just know that you’re friends at RHS are here for you. Anything I can do just ask.

  2. Dave DiPietro
    Jan 30 2021

    We were heartbroken to hear that our Cousin Phyllis had passed. We loved her dearly. She will be remembered fondly for the smiles and fun we always had whenever she and Leo visited. Her cooking was out of this world. I can still hear my Dad saying, “Please make something like Mama used to make!!!” We share your loss. She was a wonderful lady.

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