Antonio Moscato of Revere died on April 26 at the age of 88.
Born in Mirabella, Italy on June 13, 1931 to the late Michele and Antonina Moscato, he was the beloved husband of the late Julia (Caruso) Moscato. He was preceded in death by his loving daughter, Ann Longo and son, Michael Moscato. He was the cherished grandfather of Michael Longo of Revere, dear brother of Phyllis Moscato and her late husband, Mario of Wakefield, Joe Moscato and his late wife, Rosamond of Revere, Sandra Terramagra and her husband .Louis of North Andover and the late Lena Grassa and is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews.
In accordance with the CDC’s current restrictions on gatherings due to Covid-19, all services will be held privately. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 309 Waverley Oaks Rd, Waltham, MA 02452. For guest book please visit www.buonfiglio.com.
The Ultimate Revere girl
Marion (Gould) Gale of Reading, formerly of Revere, died on April 24 at the age of 84.
Although her last few years were spent in Reading, Marion was the ultimate Revere Girl, born and raised. Known around town as the “Headband and Hat Lady” – she was the fashion-plate of Revere. Marion loved Revere and specifically, Revere Beach. Like an Official Historian, Marion would recount stories of her youth on Revere Beach – “The Nation’s First Public Beach” she would say. She would pine about days and nights spent at the Revere Beach Amusement Park, Dancing at Wonderland Ballroom, and all the hilarious stories of the time spent with her cousins. She loved Kelly’s Roast Beef and fulfilled a dream of living in a condo on Revere Beach. It was at her condo on Revere Beach that her grandchildren will remember her best. She referred to them as her “Angels,” and when they were babies, they would go to the beach all day and then back to her condo for a “baby powder” bath.
Her children will tell you they never had a lot, but their mother never said “No” to friends coming over, and somehow she always had a “Magic can of Tuna” that could feed two to ten!
Marion was the classic Irish-Catholic lassie and always maintained an incredibly strong faith and relationship with God. We know she is with the Lord and her loving family members in Heaven, and we will miss her until we are all together again.
Born in Winthrop on October 2, 1935 to the late George and Marion (Callahan) Gould, she was the devoted mother of Dyan Dal Pozzo and her husband, Michael of Reading, Denise Gale of Everett, Debra Gale-Snow and her husband, Jay of Key West FL, David Gale of Revere and Doreen Joly and her husband, Jim of Wakefield; beloved sister of Joanne Biagi of Virginia, Eileen Gavin and her husband, Bill of Winthrop, and the late Grace and Edward Waugh; cherished grandmother of Matt, Melissa, Danielle, Ben, Gabby and Alex. She is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews.
In accordance with the CDC’s current restrictions on gatherings due to Covid-19, all services will be held privately. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Bear Mountain at Reading, Attention: Employee Fund, 1364 Main St, Reading, MA 01867 or to Winchester Hospital, Attention: Emergency Room Staff or Floor B2 Staff, 41 Highland Ave, Winchester, MA 01890. For guest book please visit www.buonfiglio.com.
William McQuillen, 76, of Peabody, passed away at the Beverly Hospital after a period of declining health.
The only child of William and Catherine (Ryan) McQuillen, Bill grew up in the Roslindale/West Roxbury section of Boston. He was a graduate of Boston Latin School, earned a Bachelor’s degree from Boston State Teachers’ College, and a Master’s degree from the University of Maine at Orono. Bill was proud of having been a member of the Boston Latin Drum and Bugle Corps that marched at the inauguration of President John F. Kennedy.
Bill’s entire teaching career was spent with the students at the Middle School of Reading. He himself was a devoted student of history and enjoyed dressing in costume to play the part of historical characters.
In his retirement, Bill enjoyed watching the Boston Red Sox and the New England Patriots and visiting historical sites, especially Gettysburg, and in more recent years he had travelled to China, Serbia and Croatia. A faith-filled Catholic, Bill was a member of St. Adelaide’s Church in Peabody and was a well-liked CCD teacher.
Holding him close in memory are his cousins, Maureen Lord of Plymouth, Michelle Morgan of Boston, Dr. Kevin Ryan of Narraganset, RI, Judith Parsons of Hanover, Alice Daly of Weymouth and Barbara Farquhar of Merrimac as well as Paul Govoni and Jill Govoni Carter, both of Winthrop. He is further survived by his kind and generous neighbors and his church family.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations in Bill’s name be made to one of his favorite charities, St Jude Hospital for Children 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN. 38105.
Due to restrictions from the Covid-19 pandemic, Funeral Services will be private and a Memorial Mass will be held at a later date. Funeral arrangements are being handled by the Maurice W. Kirby Funeral Home 210 Winthrop St. Winthrop. To sign Bill’s guestbook, please visit our website at www.mauricekirbyfh.com.
Kathleen M. “Kathy” (Costigan) Garten of Ft. Myers, FL, formerly of Winthrop, passed away on April 20. She was 66 years old and was employed as a Registered Nurse.
She was the beloved wife of David F. Garten, Born in Winthrop, Kathy was the cherished daughter of the late Bernard J. “Bernie” and Marilyn L. (Doherty) Costigan. She was the dear sister of Bernard J. Costigan Jr. and his wife, Mary of Winthrop, John F. Costigan and his wife, Judy of Peabody, Thomas C. Costigan and his wife, Eileen of Allston, James R. Costigan and his wif,e Maura of Tewksbury and the late Rosemary Costigan. Kathy is also survived by several nieces and nephews.
Due to the present CDC and Massachusetts guidelines, funeral service and burial will be private. Funeral arrangements are being handled by the Maurice W. Kirby Funeral Home 210 Winthrop St. Winthrop. To sign Kathy’s guestbook, please visit www.mauricekirbyfh.com.
Charles Lee Carter, Jr.
Former Corrections Officer at Deer Island and Suffolk County House of Corrections
Charles Lee “Chubba” Carter Jr, of Winthrop passed away on April 22, He was 81 years old.
Born in Winthrop, the son of the late Charles L. and Mildred (Duggan) Carter Sr.,
Chubba was a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, serving from 1955-1958, attaining the rank of Sergeant before his discharge, He was employed for several companies throughout his life including, a Correction Officer at the Deer Island, Suffolk County House of Correction, Bethlehem Steel and finally at Boston Coach as a chauffeur. Chubba could be seen throughout the Town of Winthrop, visiting the various coffee shops and drug stores on a daily basis. He enjoyed spending time at the Winthrop Public Landing looking out at the ocean and watching the boats enter and exit the harbor.
Charles is survived by his siblings John Carter and his wife, Margaret of Palm Bay, FL, Nancy Cohen and her husband, Kenneth of West Palm, FL, Robert Carter and his wife. Janice of Revere and Fred Carter and his wife, Christine of Salem, NH. He is also survived by 13 nieces and nephews and nine great nieces and nephews.
Due to current CDC and Massachusetts regulations, funeral services will be private. A Celebration of Life will be held at a future date and time to be announced when scheduled. Funeral arrangements are being handled by the Maurice W. Kirby Funeral Home 210 Winthrop St. Winthrop. To sign Chubba’s guestbook, please visit our website at www.mauricekirbyfh.com.