Louise R. (Grossi) Fanciullo

Born: Mon., Mar. 7, 1927
Died: Mon., Apr. 6, 2020


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FANCIULLO, Louise R. (Grossi) of Arlington, formerly of Medford, entered into eternal rest on Monday,  April 6, 2020 in the Brightview Assisted Living Center in Arlington.  She was 93 years old.  Born in Boston, Louise lived in Medford for many years before transitioning to the assisted living center.  Beloved wife of the late John A. for over 69 years.  Dear and devoted mother of John Fanciullo and his wife, Linda of Arlington and Robert Fanciullo and his wife, Gale of Medford.   Sister of the late William Grossi and his surviving wife Edna and Blondino Grossi. Loving grandmother of John A. Fanciullo and his wife, Marli, Robin Araujo and her husband, Brian,  Pamela Cosco and her husband, Albert  and Robert Fanciullo and his wife, Christine.  Loving great-grandmother of Avery, Amelie, Ethan and Dario.  Due to the current restrictions placed on all of us because of COVID-19 all services will be held privately for the immediate family and a Memorial Mass will be scheduled when possible.  In lieu of flowers, contributions in Louise’s memory to the Visiting Nurse and Community Care, 37 Broadway, Arlington, MA 02474 would be sincerely appreciated. swdfuneralhome.com

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Noelle Van Eynde
   Posted Tue April 07, 2020
My deepest condolences, Fanciullo family. You're in my thoughts during this weird and now painful time. I hope when you're all able to gather again, you will be able to have a rousing celebration of Louise's life.

Love,
Noelle

Lorraine Butler
   Posted Wed April 08, 2020
I don't know you I'm so sorry to hear about your mother passing she is now resting in peace may god be with you and your family you are all in my prays may god be with you and always remember the good times you had with her

Karen Vailliant
   Posted Wed April 08, 2020
Dear John, Linda & Family,

I am very sad to hear about the loss of your mother. I remember the beautiful stories you shared with me about her. What wonderful memories you will have of her during this difficult time.

My prayers and thoughts are with you all.

My deepest condolences to you and your family.

Karen Vailliant

Joann Salvo and Wayne Pittman
   Posted Wed April 08, 2020
John, Robert and Family,
We are very sorry for the loss of your mother.
It was so nice to have both of your parents as our neighbors. They made us feel at home.
Our prayers are with you. May God comfort you.
Blessings,
Joann & Wayne


Eleanor Fanciullo
   Posted Wed April 08, 2020
Its been many years since I had seen Louise and Johnny. During my marriage to Ralph, they created many memories for myself and my family. There were so many dinners at their home in Somerville and I remember Louise's smile, laughter, and her wonderful chicken soup with the little meatballs!! Her parents lived upstairs and shared in so many family moments. There was so much love and in that household. Uncle Johnny would come and visit us on Sunday mornings when I lived in Waltham. I wished that I had kept in touch with them but we always are sorry for the things we don't do. I wish you peace and wonderful memories, I am sure if I have such warm memories you have many more. So sorry for your loss, but happy that you had such a great person in your life.

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