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Mary E. (Blanchette) Tomasello

Mary E. (Blanchette) Tomasello
  • October 4, 1932 - December 30, 2017
  • Waltham, Massachusetts

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To the Tomasello Family,

I would like to express my belated condolences to Susan, Jackie, Tommy and Mr. Tomasello. We were neighbors in Waltham years ago.
Your Mother was very beautiful, talented and she had a great sense of humor.

On behalf of my family, we offer our sympathy to your family.
Sincerely,
Regina-Marie Gross
(Waltham-neighbors)


Posted by: Regina-Marie Gross - MA - Neighbor   Nov 06, 2018

John, Susan, Jack and Tom,

I am so very sorry for your loss and you are in my thoughts and prayers. Mary meant so much to me and she was a beautiful woman and mother. I will miss her dearly.

Margaret


Posted by: Margaret Cullen - Acton, MA - Family Friend   Jan 07, 2018

joseph and rita and family want to offer our condolences to tom and family and will remember his mom in our prayers


Posted by: joseph leblanc - waltham, MA - Friend   Jan 06, 2018

To the entire Tomasello Family.

So sorry for your loss, Mary was a huge part of my growing up, even later in life, when I saw her, she always thought of me as one of her son's.


God rest her soul.

Kelly Family


Posted by: Timothy kelly - Marlborough, MA - Family Friend   Jan 05, 2018

John,
Susan,Jack,Tom


My heart goes out to you all.
Mary was a wonderful and wise
Woman.I will miss talking to her at visits to My parents house,
She was genuine. I will always remember her as my mom's oldest,dearest friend.
God bless....


Posted by: Jim Doyle - Waltham, MA - Family Friend   Jan 05, 2018

Mary is one of the most beautiful women I have ever met. I learned so much from her over the years. Mary's wisdom, wit and love always wrapped itself around me. I am so very fortunate to have such a dear friend. Our friendship began so many years ago when Mary started working at R. R. Donnelley and will last forever. Mary's signature catch phrase: "Be good to you"...resonates everyday. A ray of sunshine...that made my world brighter.


Posted by: Barbara Barry - Marlborough, MA - Friend   Jan 05, 2018

Susan and family. I am so sorry for your loss. Cherish your memories. They will give you some peace and joy


Posted by: Harriet Grant - Weymouth, MA   Jan 05, 2018

John and family. So sorry to hear of Mary's passing. The photo tribute is great, and now I know several of the pictures from my mom's (Marie Tomasello Daigle) photo collection were of John when he was younger. Please take care of yourselves and know that you are in our prayers. John's cousins: Janice, Dennis and Donald


Posted by: Janice Daigle - Portland, OR - Family   Jan 04, 2018

Dear Susan, Your mom's smile and grace will stay with me...I'm sure she will live on in the hearts and minds of your beautiful family. I'm sorry as I know the absence will be profound, as my mom's remains so. With gratitude, we have each other. love,


Posted by: April S. - Cambridge, MA - Family Friend   Jan 04, 2018

I'm so sorry for your loss. I worked with Mary years ago at R.R. Donnelley. We kept in touch for a long time after we both left RRD. She was an amazing lady and always put into perspective what was important in life. She would talk about how much she loved her family and always so proud of her grandchildren.


Posted by: Joanne Levya - Walpole, MA   Jan 04, 2018