Alyson M. Scuzzarella

REVERE: Alyson M. Scuzzarella, of Revere, passed away suddenly on Monday, May 13, 2019 at home. She is survived by her loving husband of 36 years, Robert P. Scuzzarella; two sons: Robert D. Scuzzarella of Melrose and Steven M. Scuzzarella of Burlington; two brothers: William Chalmers of Revere and Scott Chalmers of Chelmsford; a sister Connie Bates of Michigan, a niece, Jennifer Stevens of FL; two nephews: William Chalmers of FL and David Tipton of MA; her father-in-law, Dino Scuzzarella of Revere, her devoted Yorkie, Trixie and many dear nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. All those who knew Alyson will miss her.
She was born in Lowell the daughter of the late, William Chalmers and Sheila Taylor and was raised in Revere, graduating from Revere High School. Alyson earned her Associates Degree in Business Management from Quincy Junior College and worked various administrative jobs in the area. She was a proud member of the Massachusetts National Guard for 12 years. When she and Robert started their family, Alyson devoted her time and attention to raising her two boys.
All are invited to attend a Celebration of Alyson’s Life on Thursday, May 30, 2019 at Boston Cremation, 287 Main Street, Malden, MA 02148. Visiting hours are from 9-11 am with words of remembrance to begin at 11am.
In lieu of flowers, Alyson would want donations to be made to: The New England Office of the American Diabetes Association, 260 Cochituate Road, #200, Framingham, Massachusetts, 01701, in memory of her mother, Sheila, who struggled with and passed away due to diabetes.


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  1. Jeanne deamelio on May 25, 2019 at 2:48 pm

    I had a dream of us lasr light when we were young and free in Hull with your moms boss remeber the big wave flowing over u and taking your top with you. Too funny you saved my life in dunkin donuts that night and we will never forget meatballs i love you and always will. I love you give a hey to my parents and sister and a nod to peter for me keep coming in my dreams please it will hive me some part of you i hope you are running jumping and walking all around. I know u were in so much pain so much now i know how much pain you were in because i feel it now ok going running with your mom i love you more than u will ever know dont reat in peace live it up go back to Hull and get that top i will forever miss u love ya jeanne

  2. Jeanne deamelio on May 25, 2019 at 2:52 pm

    Please everyone fogive the spelling errors the tears are getting in my way

  3. Jeanne on May 25, 2019 at 2:52 pm

    Please everyone fogive the spelling errors the tears are getting in my way

  4. Anthony DeAmelio on May 25, 2019 at 8:07 pm

    Al and I have been friends for 45 years. I will miss our weekly texts and emails. We always talked about her and Bobby moving here to Florida soon and sitting on the beach watching the sunset. It was her dream and we were both looking so forward to it. But she’s in a better place now with her mom. We will all be with her again someday. God bless her and her family. Love you Al.

  5. Pearl Taylor Carter on May 27, 2019 at 12:44 am

    Alyson, I’m so happy that we were able to reconnect with each other this past year. You could never imagine how much joy and happiness that having you back in my life brought, not to mention all the good laughs we shared. Also gonna miss all the phone calls and the messages that we exchanged. And not a day will go by that I won’t think of you, and I hope that wherever you are, that you’ll know how much I miss you and love you. Rest in peace sweet niece. And give your Mom a hug from me. See you guys soon.

  6. Roger Williamson on July 19, 2020 at 2:51 am

    Alyson was an amazing person to know growing up on Shirley Ave and she married a great kid too. Bobby you were a good friend and a great hockey player. Alyson was always so friendly and smiling and was so nice to me in high school. Bobby, I am so sorry for your loss, Alyson, you and your family will be in my prayers.
    Roger Williamson

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