Ida M. Ricci
Ida M. (Cappola) Ricci, 95, of Quincy, MA passed away peacefully on Wednesday, April 4 after a life filled with love and family. She was the wife of the late Mario J. Ricci, Lt. in the Quincy Fire Department, mother of Mary Ann Ricci of Quincy, Paul Ricci and his wife Patti of Easton, Lisa Schumann of Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, and Steven Ricci of Sandwich. She is survived by her sister, Yolanda Donovan of Vero Beach Florida. Ida’s family was her greatest pride, and she loved dearly her 10 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren, and a myriad of cousins, nieces, nephews from her 8 brothers and sisters. A lifetime Quincy resident, Ida worked as a stitcher in the Ladies Garment Workers’ Union, at Lord & Taylor, and she continued to work until she was 85 years old at The Common Market. Ida was a life-long communicant of St. Mary’s Church in West Quincy and was a member of their Ladies’ Sodality. She also belonged to the Sons of Italy Ladies’ Lodge in Braintree. Ida loved spending her time with her friends from her 60+ year Sewing Circle club, painting, playing Bingo, and taking your money playing cards. Funeral from Boston Cremation (formerly Bolea-Buonfiglio Funeral Home) 116 Franklin St. Quincy on Wednesday, April 10 at 9:30 am. Funeral Mass in St. Mary’s Church 115 Crescent St. Quincy at 10:30 am. Visiting hours Tuesday 4-8pm. Interment in Wollaston Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Italian Home for Children at italianhome.org. For guestbook please visit bostoncremation.org
Auntie you were all ways there for me. Your home was open to all of us day and night. When I was going through a difficult time with my Michael. You called or came to Children's Hospital to see him and rock him to sleep. you had everyone in the city of Quincy praying for him . I thank you for that and much more I'll miss your smile and sence of humor. I love you Auntie your God child Barbara jean
with much love I thank you for all you did for me throughout the years. I will miss you, but I will be consoled knowing you are now with all those who have been waiting for you.
You never were without love and family, and you always will be as you have now joined Noni and Grandpa and your 5 brothers and 3 sisters in heaven. I will always remember your smile, and how everyone was welcomed into your home with a big hug and a dish of spaghetti. , God Bless. Will miss you.
You were a great neighbor on Common Street even though you disliked my cats! Helen Broderick
RIP Auntie, much love, God bless and God speed!!