October 9th 1948 – November 13th, 2018
Anthony Palladino of Malden, MA formally of East Boston, passed away at home surrounded by his loving family at the age of 70. He was born in East Boston to the late Thomas and Carmella (Sticco) Palladino. Anthony was a veteran of US Army National Guard.
He was the beloved husband of Lucille (DiMinico) Palladino whom he shared 27 beautiful years together. He was the devoted Father of Thomas and his wife Arika Palladino of Minnesota, Anthony Palladino of Minnesota, Stefanie Hatzisavas of Winthrop, Christina Moehrig and her husband Nathan of Daytona, Florida. Dear brother of Thomas Palladino and his husband Bernard Clance of Paris, France, William Palladino of West Haven, Connecticut, Camille Palladino Enwright of Malden, MA, and Jean Palladino Curtis of Revere, MA. Adored Grandfather of 10, Great Grandfather of 2. Also survived by many loving Nieces and Nephews.
Family and friends will honor Anthony’s life by gathering at Spinelli’s Lynnfield Function Facility Route One South, Lynnfield, MA 01940 on Friday November 16th at 12:00pm. Donations may be made in Anthony’s memory to: St. Jude Research Hospital
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To the entire family
I cannot put into words anything that would make this any easier to deal with. I spent a lot of time growing up with him, and will miss him very much, as you all will. My sincerest condolences to all. Hopefully he is in a better place hanging out with Mom, Dad, Nonnie, Aunty Palmie and Uncle George.
So sorry to the whole Palladuni family for your loss. May he Rest in eternal peace
So sorry to all of the Palladino family. Rest In Peace
So sorry to all of the Palladino family. Rest In Peace It will take time to heal. Thank goodness for family .
I am so sad to lose this dear friend who always looked at the positive side of everything! He will be missed! Love you
Camille, Lucille, Rosie and all the rest of Anthony’s beautiful family,….I’m so saddened
for Anthony’s passing He was such a great man in so many ways
He will be missed by so many