Angelo Lupis of Winthrop passed away peacefully on February 9.
He was the beloved husband of June M (D’Argenio) Lupis; devoted father of Bernadette DeAngelis and her husband, Alan of Everett and Carol Harvey and her husband, Robert of Winthrop; dear brother of the late Ursula (Sister Bernadette), Salvatore, and Marianne and the beloved husband of June M (D’Argenio) Lupis.
He is also survived by many loving grand and great-grandchildren as well as by many cherished nieces and nephews.
Funeral arrangements were by the Ruggiero Family Memorial Home, (Orient Heights) East Boston. Services concluded with Angelo being laid to rest in Winthrop Cemetery “Belle Isle Section.” In honoring Angelo, memorial donations may be made to Saint Jude’s Children Research Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis TN, 38105. For more information, please visit www.ruggieromh.com.
Boston Globe retiree and member of Globe Typo Baseball Team Hall of Fame and many other newspaper and community organizations
Joseph A. Guarino of Orient Heights East Boston joined his mother, Mary Carmella, his father Ercolino, his brother Salvatore and nephew, Anthony Guarino to bewith the Lord on February 12.
He was the devoted and most beloved husband of Eleanor (Bella) Guarino for 35 years; dear brother- in- law of Lawrence S. and Sachiko Bella, Jacqueline Guarino, and the late Josephine, Charles and Gail Bella; dear uncle to Caroline (Guarino) and Hunter Wilichoski, Ralph, John, and RuthAnn Capuzzo, Michael, Danny and Robert Boyajian, Marcella Molloy and Salvatore Guarino and several other nieces and nephews and beloved son-in-law of the late Ruth Bella.
Joe was a 75 year devoted communicant of St Joseph St Lazarus Church, serving as head usher at the early Sunday Mass. He was the longest outstanding member of the Saint Lazarus, Saint John Bowling League for 60 years and served as treasurer. Joe was the Vice President of The Courageous Generation Group and the Chaplain and Trustee for The Order Sons of Italy in America East Boston Sempre Avanti Lodge#1600. He was also a member of the Golden Age Club. Joe served his country with the Massachusetts Army National Guard and once honorably discharged, worked at the Boston Globe in the Composing Room as a printer for 41 years. He was the Chairman of the Comp. Room and became Vice President of the Boston Typographical Union. When the Globe was purchased by the New York Times, he was a negotiator representing the Comps. with President Henry Vitale Sr. As a Globe Typo member he joined their baseball team, and was able to pursue his passion in baseball. He was inducted into their Hall of Fame for once having the highest batting average in a 50 year history. Joe played in tournaments throughout the country in major league ballparks as a semi-professional player and once tried out for the major leagues.
Family and friends will honor Joe’s life by gathering on Monday, February 20from 4 to 8 p.m. and again Tuesday morning at 8:30 a.m. before leaving in procession to the Saint Joseph – Saint Lazarus Church, 59 Ashley Street, East Boston for a Funeral Mass celebrating Joe’s life at 10 a.m. Services will conclude with Joe being laid to rest at Woodlawn Mausoleum, Everett.