Donata (Roffo) DiBona

Donata (Roffo) DiBona, 92, Quincy MA passed away Wednesday January 16 th , at home peacefully,
surrounded by family. Born in Sandonato, Italy, Donata came to America as a child with her family,
settling in Quincy, MA. She worked for Raytheon in Quincy over 40 years until her retirement. Donata
loved to dance, travel, sew, and shop. She was a great cook and loved to entertain and socialize. She was
a member of the Ward 4 seniors in South Quincy and St. Johns senior group in Quincy.
Donata was the wife of the late Edward DiBona and mother of the late Steven DiBona she is survived by
her son Michael DiBona of Quincy, grandchildren Anthony DiBona of Abington and Andrea Lorrusso of
Quincy and three great grandchildren all of Quincy and her cherished friends/caretakers, Beatrice
Janvier and Marlene Philippe. She was preceded in death by her sisters, Anna (Nina) Cellucci, Gina
Nicastro and brother Michael Roffo.

Funeral arrangements are through Bolea Bounfigleo Funeral Home, 116 Franklin Street, Quincy Ma
02169. Visiting hours are Wednesday January 23, 2019 from 3-7pm. Funeral mass on Thursday January
24, 2019 at 10:00 AM at St. Johns Church in Quincy followed by burial in Pine Hill Cemetery. All are welcome.


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  1. beatrice.janvier on January 19, 2019 at 4:19 pm

    Mrs Donata was like a mother like a grandmother to me she thought me a lot more than my own grandmother I love her so much I will always love her she is an angel to me and my daughter’s .My D meant the world to me. Her death has been the hardest thing I’ve ever had to deal with. I will never forget you until I die
    Maybe someday we will meet up in the sky
    I know the lord took you cause it was time
    But he should of let me say the right goodbye
    I think of you from day to day Love ❤️❤️
    I love you so much D I miss you so much D

  2. Marlene Philippe on January 19, 2019 at 4:25 pm

    It’s okay to miss you,
    It’s okay to cry.
    Just know I’ll never forget you.
    This isn’t a permanent goodbye

    I love you D

  3. Bobbi on January 21, 2019 at 9:14 pm

    Aunt Donata, You were an Angel here and now you are an Angel up above, reunited with your family there. Such a dear, and so loved. We will never forget dancing with you at the weddings! You were simply amazing.
    Beatrice and Marlene, we are ever grateful to you both for your care, compassion and love. You gave so much of yourselves to care for this dear lady in her final months, and she loved you both very dearly. THANK YOU, THANK YOU;
    Very Gratefully from all the family

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