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Healy J A Sons Funeral Home

57 North Main Street
Westford, MA 01886
(978) 692-6502
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Santo Amichetti

Saturday, April 08, 2017

DeVito Funeral 761 Mt. Auburn St., WATERTOWN on Sunday from 2-6 pm and to his funeral mass on Monday at 9 am in St. Mary Church, Chelmsford. Burial to follow in Pine Grove Cemetery, Westford. For directions or to send a condolence visit, devitofuneralhomes.com...

Acton resident brought special view of life to work at Lincoln Library - Wicked Local Littleton

Monday, January 09, 2017

Littleton Congregational Church, and also working at Tiger’s Den afterschool program and with Camp Tahattawan as a junior counselor. She babysat for families in Littleton and Westford.“She loved kids and kids loved her. In some ways, she was childlike. She loved pets… she had birds,” said Jeanne.Bracken was a long-time supporter of Plan International, a child-rights organization. She would have appreciated memorial donations to its mission, reads her obituary.Braving the BattleBracken graduated from Acton-Boxborough Regional High School in 1994. She attended Lesley University in Cambridge for a year before her health forced her to drop out. According to her mother, the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission informed Bracken if she declared herself totally and permanently disabled, then she wouldn’t have to pay her student loans and bills. She refused the offer, said Jeanne.“After 40 years, pretty much every childhood cancer survivor has some sort of late effects. It was hard for Lisa to see friends who seemed to be skating through with nothing, where she had one thing after another,” said Jeanne.In the end, Bracken succumbed to a different form of cancer, adenocarcino, a colon cancer that was in her bladder, which she was diagnosed with last year.“She was cheerful for the most part, but she was in pain for a lot of the time,” said Jeanne.In early October, a GoFundMe page was created to send Bracken to Disney World – a place she wanted to visit last Halloween. In two days, the family reached their $10,000 goal and within weeks, donors raised nearly $20,000. On Oct. 25, the day before she was set to leave for Disney, Bracken was forced to decline the opportunity due to her failing health.“It meant a lot to her that so many people wanted that to happen for her. She was so moved. We were all touched by all the folks that wanted this to happen for her. And it shows you how many people she touched over the years and in different communities,” said Jeanne.Although she wasn’t able to travel, Bracken still wanted her sister Mollie and their friend to visit Disney World. When they returned Nov. 2, they brought home Lisa stuff, some of which is being donated to Loaves’ and Fishes’ Shop For Your Kids. Donors of Lisa’s GoFundMe page were offered a refund, but no one asked for one, said Jeanne. Instead, funds went towards the Disney trip, paying Lisa’s rent in Acton, the purchase of a graveyard plot, and funeral expenses.“[Lisa] just didn’t give up, she didn’t give up. I thought she was going to beat this one too. She always beat it. She beat everything! So it was a real surprise to all of us,” said Jeanne.“I think her message was ‘You just keep going. You just keep putting one foot in front of the other no matter what you get handed until it catches up with ya’ … So many kids die of cancer. We had 40 years with Lisa, so we were lucky.”Follow Molly Loughman on Twitter @MloughmanWL.Let's block ads! a href="https://blockads.fivefilters.org/acceptable.h...

Concetta "Tina" Fantasia (Fiscale), 81, Formerly of Lexington - Patch.com

Monday, August 29, 2016

August 15, 2016. Beloved wife of Anthony Fantasia of S. Yarmouth. Loving mother of David Fantasia of Nashua, NH and Laura Fantasia and her long time companion David Lunceford of Westford, MA. Tina is survived by her brothers Michael Fiscale and his wife Jeanette of Saugus, MA and Joseph Fiscale and his wife Roseanna of Lincoln, MA. Tina is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to visit on Saturday August 20, from 8 to 9:30 a.m. in the DeVito Funeral Home 1145 Mass. Ave., Arlington. Following the visitation there will be a procession to Saint Brigid Parish of Lexington and a funeral mass will be held at 10 a.m. Following church, there will be a burial at Westview Cemetery.In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Tina's memory to either the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation 230 East Ohio St., suite 500, Chicago, IL 60611 or to the Make A Wish Foundation 1 Bulfinch Place #201, Boston, MA 02114Obituary courtesy of DeVito Funeral Home. Get free real-time news alerts from the Lexington Patch.

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Santo Amichetti

Saturday, April 08, 2017

DeVito Funeral 761 Mt. Auburn St., WATERTOWN on Sunday from 2-6 pm and to his funeral mass on Monday at 9 am in St. Mary Church, Chelmsford. Burial to follow in Pine Grove Cemetery, Westford. For directions or to send a condolence visit, devitofuneralhomes.com...

Acton resident brought special view of life to work at Lincoln Library - Wicked Local Littleton

Monday, January 09, 2017

Littleton Congregational Church, and also working at Tiger’s Den afterschool program and with Camp Tahattawan as a junior counselor. She babysat for families in Littleton and Westford.“She loved kids and kids loved her. In some ways, she was childlike. She loved pets… she had birds,” said Jeanne.Bracken was a long-time supporter of Plan International, a child-rights organization. She would have appreciated memorial donations to its mission, reads her obituary.Braving the BattleBracken graduated from Acton-Boxborough Regional High School in 1994. She attended Lesley University in Cambridge for a year before her health forced her to drop out. According to her mother, the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission informed Bracken if she declared herself totally and permanently disabled, then she wouldn’t have to pay her student loans and bills. She refused the offer, said Jeanne.“After 40 years, pretty much every childhood cancer survivor has some sort of late effects. It was hard for Lisa to see friends who seemed to be skating through with nothing, where she had one thing after another,” said Jeanne.In the end, Bracken succumbed to a different form of cancer, adenocarcino, a colon cancer that was in her bladder, which she was diagnosed with last year.“She was cheerful for the most part, but she was in pain for a lot of the time,” said Jeanne.In early October, a GoFundMe page was created to send Bracken to Disney World – a place she wanted to visit last Halloween. In two days, the family reached their $10,000 goal and within weeks, donors raised nearly $20,000. On Oct. 25, the day before she was set to leave for Disney, Bracken was forced to decline the opportunity due to her failing health.“It meant a lot to her that so many people wanted that to happen for her. She was so moved. We were all touched by all the folks that wanted this to happen for her. And it shows you how many people she touched over the years and in different communities,” said Jeanne.Although she wasn’t able to travel, Bracken still wanted her sister Mollie and their friend to visit Disney World. When they returned Nov. 2, they brought home Lisa stuff, some of which is being donated to Loaves’ and Fishes’ Shop For Your Kids. Donors of Lisa’s GoFundMe page were offered a refund, but no one asked for one, said Jeanne. Instead, funds went towards the Disney trip, paying Lisa’s rent in Acton, the purchase of a graveyard plot, and funeral expenses.“[Lisa] just didn’t give up, she didn’t give up. I thought she was going to beat this one too. She always beat it. She beat everything! So it was a real surprise to all of us,” said Jeanne.“I think her message was ‘You just keep going. You just keep putting one foot in front of the other no matter what you get handed until it catches up with ya’ … So many kids die of cancer. We had 40 years with Lisa, so we were lucky.”Follow Molly Loughman on Twitter @MloughmanWL.Let's block ads! a href="https://blockads.fivefilters.org/acceptable.h...

Concetta "Tina" Fantasia (Fiscale), 81, Formerly of Lexington - Patch.com

Monday, August 29, 2016

August 15, 2016. Beloved wife of Anthony Fantasia of S. Yarmouth. Loving mother of David Fantasia of Nashua, NH and Laura Fantasia and her long time companion David Lunceford of Westford, MA. Tina is survived by her brothers Michael Fiscale and his wife Jeanette of Saugus, MA and Joseph Fiscale and his wife Roseanna of Lincoln, MA. Tina is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to visit on Saturday August 20, from 8 to 9:30 a.m. in the DeVito Funeral Home 1145 Mass. Ave., Arlington. Following the visitation there will be a procession to Saint Brigid Parish of Lexington and a funeral mass will be held at 10 a.m. Following church, there will be a burial at Westview Cemetery.In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Tina's memory to either the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation 230 East Ohio St., suite 500, Chicago, IL 60611 or to the Make A Wish Foundation 1 Bulfinch Place #201, Boston, MA 02114Obituary courtesy of DeVito Funeral Home. Get free real-time news alerts from the Lexington Patch.