Lenore Anne Sharrino

Born: Mon., Apr. 16, 1951
Died: Mon., Feb. 8, 2016


Funeral Mass

9:00 AM Sat., Feb. 13, 2016
Location: St. Joseph's Church


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SHARRINO, Lenore Anne,  of Marietta, GA, formerly of Belmont, died Feb. 8 following a lengthy illness which she faced with dignity and  fierce determination. Beloved daughter of the late Rose M. (Silvestro) and Joseph F. Sharrino.  Lenore is survived by her brother, Anthony J. Sharrino and his wife, Carolyn of Belmont; her fraternal twin sister, Lisa R. DeTucci and her husband, Stephen of Belmont; her devoted nephew, Joseph A. Sharrino of Watertown; and her many wonderful extended family members and close friends. Lenore was a graduate of  Garland Junior College, Class of 1971. She thoroughly enjoyed her career as a flight attendant, beginning in 1974 with Eastern Airlines, then Air Tran and currently with Southwest Airlines.  She was a member of Silver Wings.  Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend Lenore’s funeral from the Short, Williamson & Diamond Funeral Home,  52 Trapelo Rd., BELMONT, Saturday, Feb. 13 at 8 a.m. followed by her funeral Mass in St. Joseph’s Church, 130 Common St., Belmont, at 9 o’clock.    Interment Holyhood Cemetery, Brookline.  In lieu of flowers, contributions in Lenore’s memory to the Italian Home for Children,  1125 Centre St., Jamaica Plain, MA 02130, would be sincerely appreciated. www.swdfuneralhome.com

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Jill Houk
   Posted Thu February 11, 2016
So sad to hear Lenore has passed away, I enjoyed seeing her at the Eastern gatherings. May her family and friends find comfort in the love and support of each other. Fly away one last time, sweet Lenore..
Jill Houk

Lexy & Tony Dennis
   Posted Fri February 12, 2016
Our hearts are broken. We feel privledged to have shared Lenore's difficult journey these past few years. She fought with a graceful strength, that was always optimistic and upbeat. So courageous, so positive..... We will forever miss you, sweet Lenore.

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