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Angelo J. Paglucca

Funeral Services & Interment will be held privately due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic for Angelo J. Paglucca, who died on Saturday, December 26th at the Massachusetts General Hospital, following a long illness, he was 90 years old.

Angelo was native of East Boston and lifelong resident. He was raised on Liverpool Street, where he remained his entire life. He attended Boston Public Schools and was an alumnus of East Boston High School, Class of 1946. As a young man, while still in high school and after graduation, he worked for the Box Spring Factory of East Boston. Angelo knew his calling at an early age, and while working his day job, he enrolled into Night School to become a Hairdresser. He worked for several Hair Salons, before opening up “Angelo’s Salon” located on Boston Ave. in Somerville. He owned & operated his salon for over 30 years. When Angelo retired, he invested in Real Estate in East Boston and spent his time managing his properties. Angelo also enjoyed traveling in his retirement, especially to Europe, South America, and the Caribbean. Angelo always loved being with his very large family, for holidays, birthday, or whatever the event was.

He is the devoted son of the late Michael & Maria Paglucca. The Loving brother of Anna Coviello & her late husband, Frederick of Hanover & the late Philomena E. Mullen & her late husband William G., Mary Page, Julia Puzzo, Phylly Paglucca, Angelina Paglucca, Vincenzia Paglucca, Michael, Paglucca, & Alfred Paglucca. He is also survived by his dear sister-in-law Vera Paglucca of East Boston & many loving nieces, nephews, grandnieces, & grandnephews. Interment will be held in Oak Grove Cemetery, Medford.


Funeral Services & Interment will be Private.


Oak Grove Cemetery, Medford

In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to the America Diabetes Association, P.O. Box 7023, Merrifield, VA  22116-7023.

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