Carol Reppucci, nee Sarno, age 76, passed away on Sunday May 29th. Born and raised in Boston’s North End and later Everett. She was the beloved daughter of the late Edward and Lucy (Infantino) Sarno.
Carol was greatly loved by her family and friends. She was a force of nature that never shied away from a discussion. Like most Italian women she was passionate about her opinions and most of all, her love of family. Carol loved God without reservation, and as was said of her in her last days, she was a good Christian woman. She loved food, cooking, her Italian culture and traditions, and loved sharing these things with the ones that she loved. She loved sitting around the table talking, laughing, and telling stories. She loved the ocean and just casually sitting by the sea and hearing it’s roar, and then top it all off with a baked stuffed lobster, one of her favorites.
She is predeceased by her son Ronald (Ronnie) Reppucci whom she adored, her brother John Sarno, and her nephew Ryan Thistle. She is survived by her daughter Lisa and her husband Allen McIntosh of Braintree, her sister Kathleen and her husband John Coppola of Methuen, her brother Richard and his wife Glenda of Lawrence, her grand-daughter Lucy and her husband Patrick Nolan of Attleboro, her grand-son Allen McIntosh of Braintree, her niece Taryn and her husband David Spinazzola of Reading, her niece Samantha Sarno of Lawrence, her nephew Jared Sarno of Lawrence, and her nephew Joshua Sarno of Lawrence.
A wake will be held at Boston Cremation Funeral Home 116 Franklin St. Quincy, MA 02169 Friday June 10th, 9am to 11am. A memorial Mass and a private family burial will be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to St. Mary’s Center for Women and Children90 Cushing Avenue Dorchester, MA 02125 / https://stmaryscenterma.org/support-st-marys-center-this-mothers-day/
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Our prayers and thoughts are with you, Lisa, and your family. We care and love you.
Carol was a nice bright cheerful woman!!! Always had nothing but positive things to say, which this world could use more of!!! My Sincerest condolences!!!
So sorry to hear of the passing of your mom.Condolences to you and the family.may she RIP
Linda Ken and Kenny Barnes
So very sorry to see your Mom passed. I remember her alway smiling and larger than life personality. I hope all those wonderful memories bring you comfort. God bless.
Auntie Carol you will be missed and never forgotten. I know your at peace and in a happy place where the sunshines all day. You will always be in our hearts. We will celebrate you for your home coming.
Peace n love
Arlene Sampson Carter
MAY SHE REST IN PEACE
Lisa and Family, please accept our Sincere Sympathy and Condolences upon the passing of your Mother,Carol. May she RIP. 🙏. Paula & Umberto Cristina.❤️
Cousin Carol was an amazing person … her love, authenticity and passion was the epitome of the best of generations of Lenarse/Infantino women- who all knew how how to love! As we cherish Cousin Carol’s blessings and blessed memory- I am grateful for this precious gift she gave! I love you Cousin Carol, as did my mother Ann Sabbio, your smile, laugh and heart are always with me! My most sincere condolences to Cousin Kathy and the whole family. I am with you in spirit, Tiana
Lisa, I’m so sorry to read of your Mother’s passing. She must have been a beautiful and caring woman to have raised such a wonderful daughter. May all the wonderful memories you have of her help you through these difficult days. I’m sure she is resting peacefully in the arms of our Lord and savior Jesus Christ. God Bless you and your family🙏🙏🙏🙏
My memories of childhood are surrounded by family dinners and gatherings that always included plenty of good food and cousin comraderey, which included the Sabbio’s, the Sarno’s & the Infantino’s. It was a wonderful childhood and although we were not wealthy or entitled, we were loved and cherished by our parents and aunts & uncles which cemented our values throughout our lives. In our adult lives we were separated by marriages and different paths taken, but the bonds shared in our childhoods remain and are shared with our own families. Go in peace Carol, you will always be remembered and loved for your voracity and passions. Rest peacefully my dear cousin Carol.
Rest in Peace, Carol. You’re with Ronnie now. I’ll always remember staying over your house when I was a young girl, doing morning prayers together, you cutting my hair, taking me out to get mickey mouse-shaped pancakes, and your little dog you had back then. Wish I had connected with you more.