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Giusto A. “Gus” Aloisi

Family & friends are invited to attend Visiting Hours on Saturday, August 14th from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the Vertuccio and Smith, Home for Funerals, 773 Broadway (Rte. 107) REVERE for Giusto A. “Gus” Aloisi, who died on Friday, August 6th at the Blaire House in Tewksbury following a brief illness. Gus celebrated his 98th birthday on July 12th. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated in St. Anthony of Padua Church, 250 Revere St., REVERE at 12:00 p.m., immediately followed by interment in Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett.

Gus was born in Malden but was raised in Boston’s North End. He attended Boston schools and was a student in Boston English High School when he was drafted to enter the U.S. Army during the second World War. Gus served his country with pride & honor, serving in the 361st Infantry Regiment 91st Division as a Rifleman. During his time overseas, he was decorated with the Good Conduct Medal, Victory Medal, European African Middle Eastern Theater Campaign Ribbon, American Theater Campaign Ribbon & Bronze Star. Gus was very proud of serving his country. When he returned home from his service, he immediately completed his GED, as education was very important to him. The next order of business for Gus was that he married the one & only love of his life, Domenica C. “Maggie” (Ferraro) in October of 1946, a marriage that was filled with love, kindness & cherished memories that spanned 69 years. Gus & his wife settled in Revere in 1946, and together it was there they made their home & raised their 3 sons. Gus worked at the Boston Naval Shipyard for 27 years as a supervisor, until they closed. He then went on to work in maintenance at Charles River Park in Cambridge. Gus was also a very accomplished trumpet player. For most of his life, and up until a couple of years ago, he was still playing. Gus loved to play alongside his brother Domenic Aloise. He would take any opportunity to do what he truly loved doing and providing extra for his family. Gus, throughout his early life, studied music and would take classes to stay on top of his passion. Gus was the epitome of the word “gentleman”, whenever you met Gus, he was always fastidious about his appearance. His demeanor was gentile, genuine & humble. To know him was to love him.  We have often heard the term, “The Greatest Generation”, well it’s for men & women like Gus. He fit the criteria; he was selfless and had honor, respect for his country & neighbors, and was devoted to his family & love for his fellow brothers in battle. He lived his life on these morals & terms.

He is the beloved husband of the late Domenica C. “Maggie” (Ferraro) Aloisi. Loving father of Dominic D. Aloisi & his wife Linda of Uxbridge, Anthony Aloisi & his wife Doreen M. of Revere & Robert D. Aloisi & his late wife Donna of North Reading. Cherished grandfather of David D. Aloisi & his wife Lisa of West Townsend, Susan M. Greene & her husband Thomas of Douglas, Anthony R. Aloisi & his wife Amie of Haverhill, Joseph D. Aloisi & his wife Melissa of Danvers, Christina M. Scali, R.N. & her husband Paul of Lynnfield, Nicholas R. Aloisi of Portland, ME & Matthew J. Aloisi & his fiancé Christie Martin of Castle Rock, CO. Adored great grandfather of Michael A., Gabriella M., Gianna M., Isabella D., Joseph D., Aubrey, Olivia & Gennaro. Dear brother of the late David J. Aloise, Victor Aloisi, Domenic Aloise, & Alfred Aloise. He is also lovingly survived by many nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews, friends & extended family.

In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to the New England Shelter of Homeless Veterans, 17 Court St. Boston, MA 02108.


Visiting Hours

Saturday, August 14th from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Funeral Mass

Saturday, August 14th at 12:00 p.m. in St. Anthony of Padua Church, Revere


Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett

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  1. Mario Ragusa
    Aug 30 2021

    Dom, sorry to hear about the loss of your Dad. No matter how long they are with us, it isn’t enough. He served his country and his family well.

  2. Denise & Domenic and Family
    Aug 11 2021

    Dear Dominic & Linda, Anthony & Doreen, and, Bobby and Family,
    Surrounding you in love and light during this most difficult time. Uncle Gus was such a love and a gift to the world. He had the biggest heart and saw the good in everyone and everything. He truly wanted the best for everyone. We are grateful for his kindness, generosity, love of family, loyalty, and that warm beautiful smile. He placed his imprint on our hearts and we will carry it with us forever. Peace be with you all. May the loving memories of good times past serve to comfort you. Thank you Uncle Gus. We love you.
    Denise & Domenic
    Domenic & Shannon and Elias
    Christopher and Nicholas and Juliana

  3. Lorraine Butler
    Aug 11 2021

    He is now resting in peace

  4. Joanne Smith
    Aug 9 2021

    To Tony, my dear friend, and the entire Aloisi Family.
    I am so sorry for your loss, my heart truly breaks for you.
    Although I didn’t have the chance to be in your Dads company often, I do know you Tony and you are not only a friend for life you are a good son and your Dad was blessed having you. I know the days that come for you will be sad, remember him, his smile and his voice and the many laughs you had together and know you will be with him again someday. Find comfort, he is with your Mom and his other family members that have gone before him. Sending hugs Tony.

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