Tina Marie Dampolo
Tina Marie (Manning) Dampolo 48, of Stoneham, Massachusetts, passed away on April 24, 2019, after battling cancer.
Tina was born to Daniel and Paula (D’Amico) Manning, July 24, 1970, in Melrose, Massachusetts. She married her soulmate, Scott Dampolo in 1990 and they lived together in Stoneham, Massachusetts. Together they raised one daughter.
She leaves as her legacy Tara (Dampolo) Teneriello and her husband Michael Teneriello. She also leaves her brother Daniel Manning Jr. his sons Ryan and Andrew Heggum, and their mother Tracey Heggum. Her nephew Jesse Dampolo, his wife Rachel, and their two children Kian and Layla and many more family and friends to cherish her memory. Everyone will always remember Tina as caring, compassionate, strong and kind. She enjoyed her life, when she wasn’t working she enjoyed weekends at the lake house, boating, riding the motorcycle, sitting by the fire and in the winter, snowmobiling. When she wasn’t up north she was home spending time with friends and shopping with her daughter.
Tina graduated from Northshore Community College Nursing Program in 2003 with her LPN and later returned to receive her RN in 2007. Her passion as a registered nurse was working with patients who wanted to overcome their substance use disorders. She was a fierce advocate for the recovery community and always saw the best in others.
A funeral service is scheduled at 10:00am on Friday, May 17th at Saint Patrick’s Parish in Stoneham, Massachusetts. A celebration of life to follow. To honor Tina’s memory please visit her Facebook group (Cooch Cancer Crusade) and help spread awareness for this disease. In lieu of flowers please donate to your local substance use cause.
To all Life won’t be the same without Tina 😔 I hope her memories always put a smile on our faces. Big hugs loads of love The Cooleys
Tara and Scott. So sorry to hear of Tina’s passing. She was so kind, caring and loving. We have so many wonderful memories. Love from Diane and Jocelyn.
God, please watch over her, she was an Angel, and loved helping other. Tina, you will be sadly missed but we all have our memories of you that will always keep in our hearts. Many blessings! ❤
So sorry for your loss. I worked at the detos in Danvers with Tina. A bunch of us went for tattoos together. Tina got one on her foot. What a loss indeed.
Sorry for your loss buddy God give you the strength to keep your head up during this tuff time and in the days the sun in your face and the wind on your back
What a beautiful woman I never new her but she had to have been amazing!! As her daughter Tara is a sweet heart 💜 and loved by all her co-workers so her MoM obviously did a wonderful job as a mother. Condolences to Tara and her family🙏
At the end of life, what really matters is not what we bought but what we built; not what we got but what we shared; not our competence but our character; and not our success, but our significance. Live a life that matters. Live a life of love. Tina lived a life of love and all who were blessed enough to know her, understood this. We wish her family peace in this time of sadness, and beautiful memories to ease the pain. Blessed be.
Tina is a loving inspiration to everyone. I think of her every day with love, and continue praying for her beautiful soul. I pray that God will look after Tina’s family and ease their pain.
I am so sorry for your loss .Tina will always hold a special place in my heart. i will truly miss her.
Really gonna miss our times at the lake with "T". I miss her so much already. I have no other words to express how I feel. We are here for Scott, Tara & families.
Scott I so sorry for your loss I really didn't know TinA was so sick till Kelly told me I will never forget Tina always laughing and had a good heart. MAy God help you and Tara get through this hard time in your life. Love Donna Stansfield.
I'm so very sorry for your loss, may your hearts find comfort in beautiful memories and Jesus words, john 6:28, 29
To Tara, Cousin Paula and Danny, I am at a loss for words. Tina will be sorely missed by so many..stay strong in your faith and allow God's presence to get you through this difficult time.
My Sweet Strong,courageous and loving niece...I will miss your smile, your sense or humor and all the caring and love you abounded on everyone around you, you will forever and always be my lovingly nick named pestasican..I love you...Soar free and high my sweet angel... To Scott,Tara, Mike,Dan Jr and my brother Dan and sister in law Paula...my heart goes out to all of you and send you caring and loving arms of the Lord to wrap you in and help guide each of you through this difficult time.
Death is never easy,i know happy memories will get you through the weeks ahead. I will miss Tina.Everytime i wear my "Happy" i will remember her. Heaven is a better place with her there. Love you Tina!