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Lucy M. (Grande) DelMuto

At 92 years, a lifelong East Boston resident, following a brief illness, on Nov. 22nd, in the presence of her God & her devoted family. Wife of the late Alfred R. DelMuto. Cherished mother of Doreen P. Miele & husband Atty. John S. Miele of Medford, Sandra L. “Sandy” Osterweil & her husband Alan of Saugus, Alfred “Freddie” DeIMuto & his wife Sharon & Frank DelMuto & his wife Maria, all of East Boston. Proud grandmother to John S. Miele, Jr. & his wife Stacia, Rebecca M. Anoli & her husband Michael & Lara N. Miele, all of Andover, Danielle E. Osterweil & her fiancée Steven E. Fortey of Saugus, Alfred DelMuto, III & wife Ana of East Boston, Justin M. DelMuto & his late wife Melissa of Saugus, Dimitri J. DelMuto & his fiancée, Mirjana, Kristen E. DelMuto & her husband Daniel Gillespi-O’Neill, all of East Boston, Jacqueline M. Murray & her husband Michael of Annanadale, VA. She is the dear sister of Mary Guarnieri of Winchester & the late Ernest & Gaetano Grande & Carmella Gizzi. Also lovingly survived by 10 adored great-grandchildren; John, III, Sophia, Michael, Annabella, Mason, Alfred J. “A.J.”, Jacob, Avery, Alana & Reese. Many faithful nieces, nephews, grandnephews & grandnieces also survive Lucy.

Family & friends are invited to attend the funeral on Saturday, Nov. 27th from the Vertuccio & Smith, Home for Funerals, 773 Broadway (Rte. 107) REVERE at 10:00 a.m., followed by a Funeral Mass in Sacred Heart Church, 45 Brooks St., EAST BOSTON at 11:00 a.m. & immediately followed with interment at Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden. Visiting Hours are Friday in the funeral home from 4-7 p.m. Parking available left of the funeral home.

Lucy worked for over 27 years in the Boston Public School System as a Secretary. Activist for many social & environmental causes, she was most active in the Chelsea Creek Action Group.

Remembrances may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Pl., Memphis, TN 38105-9959.


Services

Visiting Hours

Friday, November 26th from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Funeral Mass

Saturday, November 27th at 11:00 a.m. in Sacred Heart Church, 45 Brooks St., East Boston

Interment

Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden


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  1. John Rooney
    Nov 27 2021

    I was a teacher in the Boston Public Schools and in September of 1976 I was assigned to the Mario Umana in East Boston as it was opening its doors for the first time. As I walked into the school for the first time,the first person to greet me with such a warm and welcoming smile was Lucy. She was so helpful, kind and personable not only to me but to any and all that walked into the main office and met her open entering it. I had the distinct pleasure of working with her for some seven years and even though I left the Umana in 1983 she is one of those people that you always remember for their kindness, graciousness and class. My sincerest condolences to Lucy’s family and friends on their loss. John Rooney Bradenton, Fl.

  2. Gail Bossi
    Nov 26 2021

    Lucy was the loveliest of lovely-kind, and gracious, welcoming, and real!!!!!!! I shall always remember her gorgeous smile on her pretty face.
    My love and condolences go out to her entire Family. a Family of which I feel a part! Her love and positive attitude will live on in all of you.

    Carl and I are sending love and warm hugs to each one of you as you lay your Mom and Grandmom to rest. A wonderful soul has found lasting peace.

  3. Edward Fortey
    Nov 25 2021

    Sorry you surly will be missed. You are a wonderful woman and my son said you were a great woman.

  4. Bill Miraglia
    Nov 25 2021

    Frankie & Family,

    Sorry to hear of your Mothers passing. She was always so kind, welcoming, and tolerant when we crowded into your room to listen to music. May you cherish the memories of the life you shared with her.

    Bill & Virginia Miraglia

  5. Mary Guarneri
    Nov 25 2021

    Miss you as my loving sister and contstant friend who was always there to advise and console me. Every day will be a lonely one for me without you. Love you always.

    Sister and forever friend
    Mary

  6. Gail Miller
    Nov 25 2021

    Lucy was a woman who had the most beautiful soul and exuded much kindness and warmth. Her contribution in protecting the environment is a model for everyone that wants to get involved in caring for their neighborhood. Her memory will be a blessing.

  7. Danielle
    Nov 24 2021

    Thank you for being the best grandmother a girl could ever ask for. You were truly one of a kind. I will miss you grandma.

    Love,
    Danielle

  8. John Walkey
    Nov 24 2021

    Lucy will be greatly missed and much remembered with warmth for her fighting spirit with the Chelsea Creek Action Group. She dedicated a lot of her time towards improving the community around her. We need more neighbors with her spirit & dedication. Condolences to all who loved her.

  9. Khrista Crystal
    Nov 24 2021

    Doreen, Sandra, Maria, Frankie, Freddie and Family,

    Thinking of you and sending my prayers. To listen and watch Lucy say your names was like a beautiful poem of love. I’m thankful to have been witness to such beauty. Lucy will be missed and loved always!

    Thank you for your kindness,

    Khrista

  10. Stephen Dugas
    Nov 23 2021

    May Lucy rest in peace. She was such an amazing and beautiful woman that we all had the pleasure of knowing and loving. Her smile could warm the coldest heart.

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