Rose Ann D’Angelico
Everyone knew her as NANA and her heart was filled with love and care
Rose Ann (Golini) D’Angelico, a lifelong East Boston resident, passed away on Saturday afternoon, January 23, holding her daughter’s hand as she went home to her God in her 104th year.
Rose’s parents were born in Vittorito, L’Agolia providence of Abruzzo Italy, moved to Pennsylvania and then resided in Everett. Rose married an East Boston fellow and became a lifelong resident of East Boston. She worked at the gumball factory for years and then Salvatore Lombardo, Liberty Market where she was a meat packer for many years until she retired.
She enjoyed traveling, loved bingo, making crocheted blankets and baking delicious anise cookies. Most of all, she loved being close to her family, she adored her loving children, grandchildren and nieces.
She lived at the Barnes School Apartments and everyone knew her as NANA, her heart was filled with love and care. Her contagious smile would light up a room. Her love was endless and unselfish. She lived a very long life, outlived all her siblings; she will truly be missed.
She was the beloved wife of the late Dominic D’Angelico, devoted mother of Diane Ingemi and her husband, Frank and the late Joanne Vargus and her surviving husband, William, all of East Boston; dear sister of the late Nicky, Louie, Tony, Gina and Marion; cherished grandmother of Roseann Vargus Pasuy and her husband, Tony and Tiffany Ingemi; adored great grandmother of Dominic and Gabriella Pasuy. She is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews.
Family and friends will gather today, Wednesday, January 27 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Ruggiero Family Memorial Home, 971 Saratoga St. (Orient Heights) East Boston and again on Thursday morning at 8:30 a.m. before leaving in procession to Sacred Heart Church, Brooks St. for a Funeral Mass at 10 a.m. in celebration of Rose’s life. Services will conclude with Rose being laid to rest with her beloved husband, Dominic in Holy Cross Cemetery.
All services will be held in accordance with Phase-2 of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts phased reopening plan due to COVID-19. Capacity will be limited. Face coverings are required to be worn and social distancing measures are encouraged.
For more information or to leave an online condolence, please visit www.ruggieromh.com.
Of Saugus, formerly of East Boston
A Funeral Mass was celebrated on Wednesday, January 20 in St. Anthony of Padua Church for Pauline L. (Carco) LoVerme, 77.who passed away on January 15 following a long illness.
The beloved wife of 39 years to the late John F. LoVerme, Jr., she was the cherished mother of Jessica D. LoVerme and Saugus Police Patrolwoman, Jenna D. Fennelly and her husband, Patrick J. Fennelly, all of Saugus; dear sister of Emanuel J. “Mannie” Carco and his wife, Catherine “Cookie” of Malden, Josephine P. Fauci and her husband, Leonard of Saugus, John R. Carco and his wife, Christine of West Peabody and Linda A. Larkin and her husband, Ronald E. of Mashpee; devoted daughter to the late Louis J. and Dorothy E. “Dora” (d’Este) Carco. She is also lovingly survived by her faithful canine companion “Wilson” and by many nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews.
Interment was in Puritan Lawn Memorial Cemetery, West Peabody.
Funeral arrangements were entrusted to the care and direction of the Vertuccio & Smith, Home for Funerals. To send online condolences, please visit www.vertuccioandsmith.com
Paul E. Winer, Sr.
August 20, 1942 ~ January 19, 2021
Paul E. Winer, Sr. of Winthrop, formerly of East Boston, passed away at the Whidden Hospital in Everett on January 19. He was 78 years old.
Born in East Boston, the beloved son of the late Frances (Burke) and George Winer, he was a resident of East Boston before moving to Winthrop 11 years ago. Mr. WIner was employed as a concierge for 180 Beacon St. and University Green for over 20 years.
He was the devoted husband of Mary (Capo) and the loving father of Paul E. Winer, Jr. of Winthrop and his companion, Jenn Chavez of Swampscott and Kim Winer and her companion, John Hunter of Saugus; dear brother of Norma Leach of Winthrop, Priscilla MacDonald of Everett and Barbara Eaton of Tennessee and cherished grandfather of Kaela and Shane.
A Funeral Mass in St. John the Evangelist Church, Winthrop was followed by interment in the Belle isle section of Winthrop Cemetery.
Arrangements were by the Ernest P. Caggiano & Son Funeral Home, Winthrop.
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Proprietor of Freda Corp.
Italo S. Freda, 72, of Winthrop and Saugus passed away at the Melrose-Wakefield Hospital on January 10.
Born in Avellino, Italy, he came to this country at an early age residing in Chelsea. A graduate of Chelsea High School he went on to become the proprietor of Freda Corp., a heavy equipment company building parks for the City of Boston.
He was the devoted husband of Gina (Campo) and the loving father of Italo Freda, Jr.and Gregory Freda, both of Saugus and Marissa Freda of Winthrop; dear brother of Joseph Freda, Anthony Freda, Gina Musto and Filomena Sellitto and cherished grandfather of Carli.
The funeral was conducted from the Caggiano-O’Maley-Frazier Funeral Home , Winthrop on Friday, January. Services concluded with the interment in the Belle Isle section of Winthrop Cemetery.
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