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Thomas M. Mastrangelo

Family & friends are invited to attend a Visitation on Wednesday, August 19th from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. in the Vertuccio & Smith, Home for Funerals, 773 Broadway, Revere for Thomas M. Mastrangelo, who died on Thursday, August 13th, unexpectedly, at the Boston Medical Center. He was 56 years of age. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated in St. John the Evangelist Church, 320 Winthrop St., Winthrop at 11:00 a.m. & immediately followed with interment in the Winthrop Cemetery (Belle Isle Section), Winthrop. All mandates regarding COVID-19 are to be followed completely, i.e. masks must be worn & social distancing, observed.

Born in Boston, he spent about 30 years in Winthrop, then moving to Boston. He was a 1981 alumnus of Winthrop High School. Early in his working career, he worked in the jewelry business, taught to him by his cherished maternal grandfather, Ernest Gravallese. At the time of his passing, he was working at Haymarket in Boston with several of the vendors there.

He is the devoted son of the late Thomas J. Mastrangelo & Erma (Gravellese) Mastrangelo. Dear brother to Janice L. Baker of Canton & John T. Mastrangelo of Foxboro. Beloved nephew to Joanne M. Fuller & her husband, Brad of Reading, Marie Recchia & her late husband, Richard A. of Winthrop & the late Caroline T. “Carole” Burge & her surviving husband, George Burge of Danvers. He is also lovingly survived by his niece, Lydia M. Baker of Canton.


*Attendees must wear masks & maintain social distancing in the Funeral Home, Church and Cemetery*

Services

Visitation

Wednesday, August 19th from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

Funeral Mass

Wednesday, August 19th at 11:00 a.m. in St. John the Evangelist Church, Winthrop

Interment

Winthrop Cemetery (Belle Isle Section), Winthrop

In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to the Kingston House, 39 Kingston St., Boston, MA 02111


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  1. Thomas Crowley
    Aug 19 2020

    Rest In Peace my friend, will miss your positive attitude !

  2. Gerard Hadley
    Aug 18 2020

    Rest In Peace Tommy, You were a good and kind Man.

  3. Janice Baker
    Aug 17 2020

    Over these recent days every thought has been about my brother Tommy. Making arrangements, speaking to family, reminiscing over pictures. Saddens me deeply his life ended so abruptly leaving many words unsaid by myself. I love you Tommy. I can only hope you are at peace, watching over us. You will forever be in my heart & soul.
    Fly high until we meet again

  4. Patty Arellano
    Aug 16 2020

    We will all miss Tommy in the downtown area of Boston, a bunch of his friends met daily for coffee in the early mornings. I will miss the warmth of his smile and the music he always would share with us,, Rest In Peace dear dear Tommy! ❤️

  5. Timothy J Smith
    Aug 16 2020

    Rest in Peace Tommy. I am pleased that I had the pleasure of knowing him. While it seems that Tommy’s life was difficult at times, I had immense respect for him because he kept trying to overcome obstacles. He was a nice man and I can speak for all at the Kingston House who knew Tommy and say that we will miss him around. I do hope that Tommy is blessed in the afterlife.

  6. Elisha Sidoti
    Aug 16 2020

    Tommy was a very kind person and I am truly sorry for the loss. Till we meet again. Rest easy, Tommy.

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