Dorothy Ingemi

Dorothy “Mama Dee” Ingemi originally of South Boston, Massachusetts was born in 1959, one of 13 children. She passed away on March 3, 2019 from undetermined issues, that are under investigation by the Massachusetts State Police. She is survived by her sons, Nicholas George Ingemi Matthews and Eugene Christopher Hanc. Many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends are all mourning over her passing. Dorothy will be joining her son, Christopher Ingemi and her husband, George Currier all of South Boston.

She had a great smile with heart to back it. Dorothy helped many people others would normally pass by. She was solid and consistent throughout her years, earning her nickname because she was mother to everyone in the neighborhood. R.I.P Mama Dee. Thank you to: the Matthews, the Hoyts, and all the Ingemis, plus many others for your help. Sincerely, Boston Legacy.


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  1. Nick matthews on May 18, 2019 at 4:16 pm

    The above picture is of my mom Dorothy and her son Eugene “Geno” Hanc Im nicholas ingemi matthews her other son i have one picture os together I do not know how to load on here tho i will send email. Thank you for your help Emily Rebecca Tiffany virginia for helping me or should i say dealing with me hahah even in the toughest times you thank u

  2. Brenda Gagliardi on May 19, 2019 at 3:48 am

    I love you and miss you! I wish I knew you passed to be there, but I’m going with Nick to spread your ashes! I have your beautiful wooden plaque of friendship and the bracelet you made me. You made me laugh and were there when I cried. God bless you and I’ll miss you always, but you will live in my heart forever!❤

  3. Caity Osterman on May 19, 2019 at 8:28 pm

    Mama Dee! Always there for me throughout the years, always had a place to lay my head no matter when it was or what time it was. You were as solid as they came and probably the funniest person I’ve ever met. I love you mama Dee rest in the sweetest peace

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