Elizabeth (Betty) G. Pieroni (Muscarella)

Elizabeth (Betty) G. Pieroni (Muscarella), 81, of Everett, MA, passed away on Saturday, October 28, 2017. Betty was born in Boston and lived her entire life in Everett. She was the daughter of the late Joseph and Elizabeth (Guarino) Muscarella. She was the beloved sister of the late Marie Martino of Malden, sister-in-law of Buddy Martino of Malden and sister of Louis Muscarella. She was the mother of the late Joseph Pieroni and the late Anthony Pieroni. She was loved and cherished by her daughter Gerri Harrison and son-in-law Jon of VT, daughter, Rhonda Pieroni of Boston, and daughter Brenda Dinsmore of Everett and son-in-law Scott. She adored her grandchildren: Victoria Stranz and her husband, Matthew Stranz of FL, Scott Dinsmore of Everett and Kate Harrison of VT. She is also survived by two special four-legged grandchildren: Zoe of Boston and Jasper of VT and her feathered friend, Peaches of FL. Betty also leaves many friends and neighbors and has touched the lives of many who have crossed her path. When you met her, you knew she was someone you wouldn’t forget and you were certainly on her mind and in her prayers when you needed help.
She was a strong, determined women with a profound sense of humor. She had a fierce love and devotion to her family and nothing brought her greater joy than to have everyone sit around the dining room table for a meal, especially a dish of macaroni and meatballs on a Sunday. She was honest and always told it like it was. Her belief and faith in God were extremely important to her and everyone who met her knew it. She made many friends whether in person or on the phone.
She will be deeply missed by her family and friends.
Private burial services will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers/gifts, Betty’s family asks that you remember her by offering a kind deed, word, or prayer to someone in need.


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  1. Brenda Dinsmore on November 1, 2017 at 9:05 pm

    Ma, I don’t know how I’m going to go on without you. You were my best friend and confidante. I keep reliving conversations we had. It just doesn’t seem real. I never imagined a world without you in it. I know you are at peace and there is no more pain or suffering where you are. But I was praying I’d
    have more time with you. You instilled your love of God and faith in me and my children, for that and so many other gifts and blessings you have given us, I will be forever grateful. I’ll always carry your love with me. Till we meet again ❤❤

  2. Victoria Stranz on November 1, 2017 at 9:25 pm

    Nana!!! I am so grateful to have had so many special years with you. It is going to be very hard to move forward without you being here because you were such an integral and special part of my life, but I’ll be strong knowing I’ve been blessed to have been loved by the strongest, bravest, most loving & caring person. Thank you for everything. Your spirit lives on forever in all the lives that you touched. I will love you forever & ever, and I will remember to take a little jacket with me always!! Love you forever, your SweetPea XOXO❤️❤️

  3. Joe Martino on November 7, 2017 at 8:39 pm

    Geraldine, Rhonda,& Brenda, I’m so sorry to hear about the passing of Auntie Betty I will forever cherish the memories I have of all the times we spent together as kids on Albion st. with her. Fatima the kids and I will miss her dearly . All my love Joe

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