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Obituaries 08-21-2019

Barbara Hines

Retiree of Mass. General Eye and Ear Computer Systems and J.P. Hood Sons, Revere Wellness Group Member and Longtime Garfield School Volunteer

Family and friends are
invited to attend Memorial Visiting Hours on Thursday, Aug. 22 from 4 to 8
p.m., in the Vertuccio Smith, Home for Funerals, 773 Broadway (Rte. 107)
Revere for Barbara J. (Tobin) Hines who passed on Monday, Aug. 12 after a brief
illness at Hyder Family Hospice House of Dover, N.H. Her funeral will be held
in the funeral home on Friday, Aug. 23, at 10 a.m. Interment will be private.

Born and raised in Boston’s
Charlestown section, she maintained that same zest for and love of life until
her passing. She was a graduate of Charlestown High School, Class of 1958. In
high school, her classmates voted her “best dressed,” and she was also
co-captain of the cheerleading squad.

She served in the U.S. Army
during peace time as a cryptographer at the Pentagon. This love of cryptoquotes
continued throughout her life. Love and interest in cooking developed
later,  resulting in her being a
phenomenal chef. Traveling with family and friends brought her great pleasure
and she enjoyed sharing the memories of those traveled places often.

She was a member of the
Revere Senior Wellness Group and cultivated many wonderful long-lasting
relationships. Volunteering at the local Revere Garfield School was another
passion which she continued for years.

Her career as a computer
systems operator at Boston’s Mass. General Eye Ear Infirmary and Hospital
spanned some 20 years. After her time at the Eye Ear, she spent her last
five working years as a computer systems operator with an old Boston institution,
The J.P. Hood Sons Milk Co. of Charlestown, retiring in 2009.

Barbara was the proud
daughter of the late Thomas Tobin and Rose (Carroll) Tobin; the cherished
mother of Linda Morelli, David Hines, Douglas Hines, Jeanne Musick and Joanne
Patterson; the devoted grandmother to Angela Brown, Anthony Mannetta, Maddison
and Aidan Hines, Sheena Tillery, Jeremy Musick, Bethany Musick and Luke and Amy
Patterson. She is also lovingly survived by three great-grandchildren, Bruin
Corbet, Jacy Frustaglia and Mia Mannetta and her great-great grandson, Rocco
Frustaglia. Many nieces and nephews also survive her.

She was the dear sister of
Christine Pescatore of Methuen and the late Frank D. Tobin and the late Thomas
Tobin.

A majority of Barbara’s life
was as a military family, spending all of her life living and traveling
throughout the country, however, we, here in Revere are honored and flattered
to have been assured that when referring to “home,” Revere did indeed top the
list. And all of us here at Vertuccio Smith, Home for Funerals thank you
Barbara for selecting and allowing us to arrange and direct your final trip.
God love and bless you.

In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be
made to the Garfield School P.T.O., 176 Garfield Ave., Revere, MA 02151 or
provide a child in need a backpack. For more information, please visit
www.vertuccioandsmith.com.

Thomas Watson

Retired Electrical Engineer

Funeral Services were
conducted in the Vertuccio Smith, Home for Funerals on Tuesday, Aug. 20
for Thomas E. Watson who died following a brief struggle with Pancreatic Cancer
at the Kaplan Family Hospice House of Danvers on Wednesday, Aug. 14. He was 79
years old.

Services concluded with
Military Honors and interment at Massachusetts National Cemetery, Bourne.

Born in Chelsea, he lived in
the Oak Island Section of Revere his entire life. He was a member of the Class
of 1958 at Revere High School and continued on to Wentworth Institute of Boston
as a member of the class of 1960.

He enlisted in the U.S. Air
Force during the Vietnam Era in April of 1961 and was discharged in April of
1965 as an Airman 1st Class. He had a 25-year career with Teradyne Corp. as an
electrical engineer, before joining COGNEX Inc. for five years, retiring in
2010.

Mr. Watson’s greatest joy was
his relationships with his family, especially his wife, children and
grandchildren.

He was the beloved husband
of 58 years to Carol A. (Holden) Watson, the cherished father to Albert T.
Watson and his wife, Renee, of Groveland, Melanie M. Steritti, RN and her
husband, Joseph of Beverly and Richard E. Watson and his wife, Maria of
Chester, N.H.; the devoted grandfather of Thomas A. Watson and his fiancée,
Jenelle Sprague, Brien M. Watson and his fiancée, Veronica Stearns, all of
Groveland, Jon Watson, Kayla Watson, Matthew Watson, all of Chester,  N.H., and Paige and Joseph Steritti, Jr.,
both of Beverly; the proud brother of William Watson of Ossipee, N.H. and Judy
Studebaker of Revere. Several nieces and nephews also survive him.

In lieu of flowers remembrances
may be made to the American Cancer Society, 3 Speen St., Framingham, MA 01701.

For more information, please visit
www.vertuccioandsmith.com.

Lynne Carbone

Of Revere, Formerly of Chelsea

Lynne Carbone of Revere,
formerly of Chelsea, passed away at home surrounded by her loving family on
Aug. 14 at the age of 55. 

Born in Revere on Aug. 14,
1964 to Carole (Durant) Carbone and the late John A. Carbone, she was the
devoted mother of the late Daniel John Carbone, beloved sister of Steven
Carbone and his wife, Jayne of Saugus, John A. Carbone Jr. and his wife,
Christine of Billerica and the late Brett Carbone; cherished aunt of John
Anthony Carbone, Connor Morency, Danielle Morency, Sophia Carbone and London
Carbone.  She is also survived by many
loving aunts and uncles. 

Funeral arrangements were by the Paul
Buonfiglio Sons-Bruno Funeral Home, Revere. A Funeral Mass was celebrated
at St. Mary of the Assumption Parish and interment was at Holy Cross
Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 22478, Oklahoma City, OK
73123.  For guest book please visit
www.Buonfiglio.com.

Joseph DiMare

Proprietor of Former ‘Central Restaurant Supply’

A Funeral Mass was
celebrated in Immaculate Conception Church on Friday, August 16 for Joseph J.
DiMare who passed away on Aug. 13 just 28 days shy of his 82nd birthday.
Interment was private.

Joseph was a member of the
Mass. Army National Guard during the Vietnam Era and the former proprietor of
the family business “Central Restaurant Supply” until its closing.

He was the beloved husband
for 51 years of Jean (Drapper) DiMare, devoted father to Laura J. DiMare of
Revere and Christopher J. DiMare of Somerville, dear brother of Sebastian
L.  “Subby” and his wife, Rose DiMare of
Hudson, N.H., formerly of Revere, and Diane E. Russell of Revere. He is also
lovingly survived by many nieces and nephews.

For more information, please visit
www.vertuccioandsmith.com.