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On July 27, at age75, of Boston and
Hull. Graduated fromGeorgetown
Universityand Suffolk LawSchool.
Denny’scareer included stints in
the U.S. Army, the RegistryofMotor
Vehicles, MassachusettsState Police,
PlymouthCountyDistrictAttorney’sOf-
fice,the lawfirm of Bulger&Finnerty,
and twenty yearsofsolo legal practice.
Dennywas an early supporter
of the civil rights movement anda
firm believerinthe Fourth andSixth
Amendments.His businesscardread:
“Tired of pleading guilty?”Hewas
alwaysreadyfor trial in his practice,
which included over 20 murdertrials,
and was willingto representall comers.
Hisproudest legal accomplishmentwas
achallengetothe odiousBostonPolice
Department policy of “searchonsight”
(Commonwealthv. Lamar Phillips,
SupremeJudicialCourt, 1992.)
Dennyloved playground basketball
(hisstreetname wasDoc), criminal
law, Pall Mall unfiltered,and Barbara. A
headinjury forced hisearly retirement,
and in recentyears he struggled with
healthissues. He didnot go gentle into
thatgoodnight.
SurvivedbyBarbara, hiswifeof
years,and heartbroken pets Watson
and theSkunk. Friendsare invited to
raise aglassinhis memory August20,
7:00 to 9:00, at Jo’s Nautical Bar in
Hull.

CONWELL,JohnE.“Denny”


Of Foxborough, formerlyof Westwood,
August7,2019. Panfilo was born in Sul-
mona, Italy on May29, 1935,son of the
late Guerino and Drusiana(Federico)
DiMascio. BelovedhusbandofLillian
(Jiustino) DiMasciofor 60 years. De-
voted father of DoreenSt.Laurentand
herhusbandPeter and Debbie McGrath
and herhusbandBill all of Foxborough,
MichaelDiMascio andhis wife Lauren,
and TinaDiMascio and her fiancéJohn
Storrs allofMansfield. Loving papa
of Michael, Matthew, Pamela, Devon,
Amber,Billy,and Mia. BrotherofJulie
Mascio andher husbandLino of Kings-
ton,and Carmine DiMascio and his
wife SusanofWestwood. Also survived
by manyloving nieces and nephews.
Nephew of MariaDiPietro of Sulmona,
Italy and EldaFedericoofBoston.
MemberofIUOELocal 4, Medway.
Benny operated heavyequipment all
his life. Past co-ownerof C. JiustinoInc.
Hyde Park.
VisitingHoursatthe P.E. Murray -
F.J. Higgins, GeorgeF.Doherty&Sons
FuneralHome,2000CentreSt.,Friday,
August9th from4-8pm.Funeral from
the funeral homeonSaturday,August
10th at 9am, followedbyaFuneral
Mass at St.JohnChrysostomChurchat
10am. Relatives and friendkindlyinvit-
ed. Entombment St.MichaelCemetery,
Roslindale. In lieuofflowers,donations
maybemadeinPanfilo’smemory to
St.Mary’sChurch,58CarpenterSt.,
Foxborough, MA 02035.

DiMASCIO,Panfilo N.
“Benny”

P.E. Murray -F.J.Higgins
GeorgeF.Doherty &Sons
West Roxbury617 325 2000

Age85, of Hingham, passed away un-
expectedly on Friday,August2,2019 at
his home in Hingham, Massachusetts.
“Bobar,”ashewas knownto everyone,
was born March 1, 1934in Boston and
grew up in Hyde Park. He graduated
fromHydePark High in 1952and
enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1954.After
his honorable Navaldischarge,Bobar
attended BostonState College, receiving
aBSinEducationinthe spring of 1961.
He then setout on what wouldeventu-
allybecomeaforty-four-year career
in the BrocktonPublic SchoolSystem.
Starting in the Mathematics Depart-
mentin1961 at South JuniorHigh, he
soonbecameaDepartment Head at
the school. While studyingatnight,he
received hisMaster of Education degree
in thesummerof 1965fromBoston
State College.After tenyearsinthe
classroom, he movedacrosstown,and
assumedthe positionofAssistantPrin-
cipal at NorthJunior High.In1991,
he becamePrincipal at Northand re-
mained in that position until his retire-
ment in 2005. Throughout hiscareerin
education,heearnedthe gratitudeand
respectofhis many students and fellow
facultymembers alike. Thelessonsthat
he taught us all about love,faith, kind-
ness,and generositywere muchmore
thanwhatcould be foundinthe pages
of anytextbook. Along withhis cher-
ished wife Madeline,Bobarraisedfour
childrenand then found endless joy
with theblessings of his ninegrandchil-
dren: KeithR.Bartlettand his children
Katherine,SiennaandMia; Suzanne
E. Bartlett (Daniel Fields)and their
childrenDevin andTegan;Roberta
Bartlett Rusch(Mark Rusch) and their
childrenMatthewandCaroline;Jona-
thanR.Bartlett (JulieCotterBartlett)
and theirchildrenBridget and Brexton.
An athletehimself and avid Boston
Sportsfan,hefirst shared hisloveof
sportswith his children. Bobar coached
manyyoungplayers in theHingham
YouthBaseballLeague;eventually,he
became president of the HYBLeague
and remained in that role for almost 25
years. Once hisgrandchildrenarrived,
Bobar reveled in theirathletic efforts
as wellastheirmanyothertalents –
he was undeniablytheir greatest fan.
Bobarwas predeceasedby hisbeloved
wifeMadeline;his grandson, Brody
V. Bartlett;his brothers,RussellA.
Bartlettand DonaldBartlett;his sister,
LillianBartlett; as well as his parents
Robertand Mary (Fifield)Bartlett.A
FuneralService willbecelebrated at
TheEpiscopal ParishofSt. John the
Evangelist, 172 Main Street, Hingham,
on Saturday, August 10 at 10:00a.m.
VisitingHours willalsobeheld at The
Episcopal ParishofSt. John the Evange-
list on Friday,August9,from 4-8p.m.
IntermentMiltonCemetery. In lieuof
flowers, memorialcontributions can be
madeinhis name to TheEpiscopal Par-
ish of St.John theEvangelist, 172Main
Street, Hingham,MA 02043. Arrange-
ments are being made by the Downing
CottageFuneral Home, 21 Pond Street,
HINGHAM,MA, DowningChapel.com

BARTLETT,RobertJ.


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“FredtheBarber”


ProudU.S.Army


Veteran,Vietnam


Era


Of Everett,Aug.4.Beloved
husband of Maryann T.
(Rizzo) for over 47 years.
Dear anddevoted father of Philip
Antonelli andhis wife,April of Everett,
ChristopherAntonelli and hiswife,
Nadiah of Hong Kong,GregoryAnto-
nelliand his wife,Caryn of Lynnfield,
and LisaAntonelli of Everett.Brother
of Joanne “Gianna” LoGrasso andher
husband, GeorgeofStoneham, thelate
Maria D’Alleva,Ida Scarinci andher
surviving husband, Andrea of Everett,
Vincenza Terenzi and her surviving
husband,DomenicofFlorida. Brother-
in-law of Georgeand OllieRizzo of
Stoneham andRichardandJackie
RizzoofAndover.Loving grandfather
of Alessandraand NicolasAntonelli,
Kaigoand Adriana Antonelli andGiu-
liana, Gabrielaand Genaro Antonelli.
Relativesand friends are respectfully
invitedto attend Fred’s VisitingHours
in theCafasso&Sons Funeral Home,
65 ClarkSt. (CornerofMain St.)
EVERETT, Friday,Aug.9from 4-8p.m.
HisFuneral will be fromthe funeral
home on Saturdayat9a.m. followed
by aFuneral Mass in theSacredHearts
Church, 315 Main St., Malden at 10
a.m. Interment withU.S.ArmyMilitary
Honors at the Holy Cross Cemetery,
Malden.ContributionsinFred’smem-
orytothe Dana-Farer Cancer Institute,
P.O. Box849168,Boston, MA 02285-
9168 would be sincerely appreciated.
Fred worked for many years as abarber
at AvenueBarbershopinLexington and
HeightsBarberShopinArlington.Late
U.S. Armyveteran oftheVietnamEra.
Parkingwithattendantsonduty.


ANTONELLI, FiorindoN.
“Fred”

Cafasso &Sons Funeral Home
Everet 617.387.

BURKE,BridieT. (Keady)
Of Norwood, formerlyofKnocka-
doe County, Galway,Ireland, passed
peacefully on August6th surrounded
by her loving familyatthe ageof62.
BelovedwifeofMichael A. of 40 years.
Devotedmotherof Adrian Burke and
his wife Jules of London,England
and DonnaDeCosta and her husband
David of Marshfield.Cherishedsister
of MaryanneConcannon,William,Ann
Nee, Michael, Kathleen Flaherty, Nora
Joyce, Thomasand the late Paraic and
Eamonn.Loving“Mamo” of Neive and
Ellie. Also survived by manyloving
nieces, nephews, in-laws and friends.
Visiting Hourswillbeheld Friday
evening from4-8atthe AlexanderF.
Thomas&Sons Funeral Home, 45
CommonStreet, WALPOLE.Relatives
and friends invited. AMass of Christian
Burial will be celebrated Saturday
morningat 10AMat St.Timothy’s
Church,650 NicholsStreet, Norwood.
IntermentatHighlandCemetery, Nor-
wood.Fordirectionsand guestbook,
please visitthomasfuneralhomes.com.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be
madeto Fam-FightingAll Monsters,
http://www.joinourfam.org
AlexanderF.Thomas&SonsFH
Walpole 508-668-

COUGHLIN,AnnM.


Of Winchester,formerlyofLexington,
passedawaypeacefully,surrounded by
her family, followingabrief illness, on
August5,2019. Loving sisterofMary
Jane Coughlin EplettofOsterville and
the late PhyllisM.Coughlin, Gerald W.
Coughlin,Doris M. Fitzpatrick,Daniel
F. Coughlin, KennethJ.Coughlin
and DonnaC.Carroll.Belovedaunt
of Sarah Vorbach, Gerald Coughlin
Jr., Mary Miller,Daniel Coughlin III,
LauraEdminster,BrendaCoughlin,Dr.
JamesEplett, Deverie Barrera, Donna
Keller, Jennifer Reilly, Caralie Ford,
KristinAlexander, Martha Casey, Lesley
Hauser, John Carroll Jr., and Andrea
Haney. Dearsister-in-lawofBarbara
Coughlin and Dr.John Carroll.Also
survivedby many cherishedgrandniec-
es andnephews.AMass of Christian
Burial willbecelebrated at St.Mary’s
Church,155 Washington St., WIN-
CHESTER, on Saturday,August10th
at 10:30 a.m.Visitation will be held in
the church priorto theMass, beginning
at 9:30 a.m.Relatives and friends are
kindlyinvited to attend. Intermentwill
be privateatWestviewCemeteryin
Lexington.Ann wasadedicated teacher
for manyyears in theDedhamPublic
School System. Laterinher life, shewas
very active with the Jenks Senior Center
of Winchesterand willberemembered
as adaily communicant at St.Mary’s
Church.Ann enjoyedsummersonCape
Codand loved to be surrounded by her
family andfriends. In lieuofflowers,
donationsin hermemorymay be made
to St.Mary’sChurch, 158 Washing-
ton St., Winchester,MA01890, The
Jenks Senior Center, 109Skillings Rd.,
Winchester,MA01890, or to Catholic
Charities, 275W.Broadway,South Bos-
ton,MA02127.For online condolences
pleasevisit http://www.lanefuneral.com
Lane FuneralHome
Winchester
781.729.

CFDCapt.(Ret.)


Of Easton, formerly of Chelsea, on Au-
gust6th.BelovedhusbandofJennifer
A. “Jen”(Convey)Birmingham. Devoted
father of AllisonBirminghamof Easton,
Jack BirminghamofBurlington,VT,
andAdamBirmingham of Easton. Lov-
ingson of the late John J. andAgnesI.
Birmingham.Dearbrother of Thomas
F. Birmingham and NancyM.Birming-
ham, bothofChelsea.
VisitingHours:On Friday,August
9thfrom 4:00 –8:00P.M.inthe Frank
A. Welsh &Sons FuneralHome, 718
Broadway, CHELSEA.Funeral fromthe
WelshFuneral Home on Saturdayat
8:30 A.M. Followedby aFuneral Mass
at Our Lady of GraceChurch,59Nich-
olsSt.,Chelsea, at 10:00 A.M. Services
will conclude with committalprayers
in theWoodlawnCemeteryChapel,
Everett. Relatives andfriends are most
kindly invitedtoattend. Funeralhome
fully handicapaccessible, amplepark-
ingopposite funeral home.Latemem-
berand past Vice President of Chelsea
FirefightersLocal937. Shouldfriends
desire, contributions in hismemory
maybemade to St.JudeChildren’s
ResearchHospital,501 St.Jude Place,
Memphis,TN38105. Fordirections or
to send expressionsofsympathy, please
visitwww.WelshFuneralHome.com

BIRMINGHAM,JamesC.
“J immy”
Of Acton,74, Aug.4,2019.Survivedby
his belovedwife of 51 yearsMaryanne
(Brienzo) Allard and their children:
Brian Allard and wife Sarah Kellyof
Sutton,Sarah Clarkand husbandDan
of Stow,Claire Allard and partner
ChrisKing of Plymouth;in-laws
Rocco Brienzoandthe late Marguerite
Brienzo of Maynard; brother of the
late David Allard; sister Pauline Tache
and thelatePaulTache of Hatfield, PA;
brother Neil Allard andwifeChristine
Allard of Fairfield, CA; and3treasured
grandchildrenHaleyClark, Zander
Clark,and Jacob Allard.Son of the
late HenryS.AllardJr.and late Louise
(Leonard) Allard GrantofLynn, MA.
Visiting Friday,Aug.9th,2019from
4-8pmat theActon Funeral Home, 470
MassachusettsAve.(Rte111), ACTON.
FuneralMass Saturday, Aug.10,
at 10amSt.Elizabeth of Hungary
Church, 89 Arlington St., Acton. Private
burial in St.Mary’sCemetery, Lynn.
Thefamily appreciates giftsofflowers
or memorial contributionscan be
madeinHank’shonor to: Minute-
man SeniorServices, 26 Crosby Drive,
Bedford,MA01730 or (minutemanse-
nior.org). Forlife story,directionsor
to leave an online condolence visit
actonfuneralhome.com


ALLARD,HenryS.III
“Hank”

DORAN,AnneM.
Of Woburn,formerly of Winchester,be-
lovedwife of the late CharlesE. Doran
passedaway peacefullyonJuly 31,
2019.Annewas the lovingmother of
daughter PamelaConnorand her hus-
bandJohn, and son John Doranand his
wifeCindy,and theproud grandmother
of Jack Connorand Will,Annie and
Kate Doran. She is alsosurvived by her
brother-in-lawRobertDoran and his
wife Dotsieand many niecesand neph-
ews. Annewas predeceasedby her hus-
bandCharlesE. Doran, her son Charles
F. Doran, her sister Katherine Abel and
her husbandLawrence, her sister-in-
lawJoan Kadlick and her husband
Martin,and her sister-in-lawPatricia
Nelson andher husband Donald. A
Mass of Christian Burialwillbeheld
on Saturday, August 10th at 9:00 am
at St.EulaliaParish,50 RidgeStreet,
Winchester.Interment will be private
at alater date. In lieuofflowers,please
makeadonation in Anne’s memoryto
the AmericanHeartAssociation, 300
5thAvenue, Waltham, MA 02451 http://www.
heart.org.For onlinecondolences
pleasevisit lanefuneral.com

Of Watertown, August5,2019.Age 83.
Beloveddaughterofthe late Francis
E. &MargaretH.(McConchie)Banta.
DearsisterofCharles F. Banta &his
wifeLinda of Pensacola, FL.Loving
auntofJames D. BantaofWatertown,
RichardW.Banta of Amsterdam,NY,
&Ronald S. Bantaof Colorado Springs
CO.Caring great-auntofJoshua, Abi-
gail, Jacob, &Sarah Banta. AVisitation
willbeheld in theMacDonaldRockwell
&MacDonald FuneralHome,270 Main
St., on Saturday, August 10, 2019 from
1:00PMto3:00 PM.Relatives and
friendsare kindly invited to attend.
Services and burial willbeheld in
Hagaman,NewYorkatalaterdateand
time. MemorialsinElizabeth’s name
maybemadetoSt. Jude Children’s
Hospital,501 St.Jude Place,Memphis,
TN 38105 or at http://www.stjude.org

BANTA,ElizabethMae


MacDonald-Rockwell-MacDonald
http://www.macdonaldrockwell.com

Of Plainville,Aug 4. Beloved wife of El-
merA.“Bud” Burnhamand dearmoth-
er of KennethA.Burnhamand hiswife
Sally,ofCumberland, RI.Dear sister
of Marcia Chalmers, and herhusband
RobertofBristol,RI, andthe late Jo-
sephClark, and his wife Dorisof South
Hadley.Loving grandmotherofKorrina
Bucci, andher husband Jeremy,of
South Deerfield, and Jillian Deneu,and
her husbandFrank, of Dracut.Niece
of Alma Steinberg of Dedham.Services
and intermentwill be private. In lieuof
flowers, donations to theInternational
Fund forAnimal Welfare,290 Summer
St., Yarmouthport, MA,02675 or to the
AmericanHeart Association, PO Box
417005,Boston, MA 02241 would be
appreciated. Forguestbook please visit:

BURNHAM,AlayneB.
(Clark)

FolsomFuneral Home
http://www.folsomfuneral.com

BYCITYANDTOWN
ACTON
ALLARD,HenryS. III
ARLINGTON
ANTONELLI, FiorindoN.
KALUSTIAN,Mary
LEIBOVITZ,CharlotteM.(Swartz)
BEDFORD
EDGERLY, Lois (Stiles)
BELMONT
FRANCUCCI,Adalgisa(Sabatini)
RICCI,Francesca(DiDino)
BILLERICA
FINN,JamesJ.
LEIBOVITZ,CharlotteM.(Swartz)
MORRISSEY,EdwardB.Sr.
BOSTON
BARTLETT,Robert J.
CONWELL,JohnE.
HENNESSEY,Dina(Iantosca)
KRINSKY,LeslieIra
KYETT, Edward
McMANUS,RichardD.
BRAINTREE
KYETT, Edward
BROCKTON
BARTLETT,Robert J.
McCARTHY,EileenT. (Scanlan)
BROOKLINE
MILLER,WilliamA.
YARCKIN,EdwinR.

BURLINGTON
McCARTHY, EileenT. (Scanlan)
MORRISSEY,EdwardB.Sr.
CAMBRIDGE
EDGERLY, Lois (Stiles)
KYETT, Edward
MORRISSEY,EdwardB.Sr.
CENTERVILLE
DOWNEY,JoanM.
FINKEL,Dorothy(Bayard)
CHARLESTOWN
FINN,JamesJ.
RORKE, JosephFrancis
CHELSEA
BIRMINGHAM,JamesC.
CONCORD
EDGERLY, Lois (Stiles)
DEDHAM
SCIALOIA,Domenico
DEERFIELD
BURNHAM,AlayneB.(Clark)
DORCHESTER
DOWNEY,JoanM.
SULLIVAN,RuthT.(Maloney)
DRACUT
BURNHAM,AlayneB.(Clark)
EASTON
BIRMINGHAM,JamesC.

EVERETT
ANTONELLI,FiorindoN.
NIGRO,GeorgeE.
FOXBOROUGH
DiMASCIO,Panfilo N.
HADLEY
BURNHAM,AlayneB.(Clark)
HINGHAM
BARTLETT,Robert J.
HOPKINTON
SALYARDS,Phyllis(Pearce)
HULL
CONWELL, JohnE.
HYDEPARK
BARTLETT,Robert J.
ELLIS,WilliamD.
SCIALOIA,Domenico
JAMAICAPLAIN
KRINSKY,Leslie Ira
MATLAW,Bernard
LEXINGTON
ANTONELLI,FiorindoN.
COUGHLIN,AnnM.
LYNNFIELD
ANTONELLI,FiorindoN.
MANSFIELD
DiMASCIO,Panfilo N.
MARSHFIELD
BURKE, Bridie T. (Keady)

MATTAPAN
ELLIS,WilliamD.
MEDFORD
McCARTHY,EileenT. (Scanlan)
MORRISSEY,EdwardB.Sr.
MILFORD
RICCI, Francesca(DiDino)
MILTON
FINKEL,Dorothy(Bayard)
KYETT,Edward
NATICK
RORKE,JosephFrancis
YARCKIN,EdwinR.
NEEDHAM
MURRAY, GeraldJ. Jr.
NEWTON
RICCI, Francesca(DiDino)
RUSSO,PeterT.
NEWTONVILLE
MATLAW,Bernard
NORWOOD
BURKE,Bridie T. (Keady)
PLAINVILLE
BURNHAM,AlayneB.(Clark)
PLYMOUTH
ALLARD,HenryS. III
SALYARDS,Phyllis(Pearce)
READING
EARLE,Albert
JOHNS,PatriciaMary(Hoyt)

READVILLE
SCIALOIA,Domenico
ROCKLAND
DOWNEY,JoanM.
ROSLINDALE
DiMASCIO,PanfiloN.
McMANUS,RichardD.
SCIALOIA,Domenico
SANDWICH
SALYARDS,Phyllis(Pearce)
SOMERVILLE
FINN,JamesJ.
McCARTHY,EileenT. (Scanlan)
STONEHAM
EARLE,Albert
LEIBOVITZ,CharlotteM.(Swartz)
MUSE,JuneP. (Johnson)
STOW
ALLARD,HenryS. III
SUDBURY
EDGERLY, Lois (Stiles)
RORKE,JosephFrancis
SUTTON
ALLARD,HenryS. III
TOPSFIELD
LYONS,MarkB.
WAKEFIELD
EARLE,Albert

WALPOLE
BURKE,BridieT. (Keady)
ELLIS,WilliamD.
HENNESSEY,Dina(Iantosca)
WALTHAM
RICCI,Francesca(DiDino)
WATERTOWN
BANTA,ElizabethMae
WELLESLEY
MARBER,Pearl(Pate)
WESTROXBURY
DiMASCIO,Panfilo N.
HENNESSEY,Dina(Iantosca)
McMANUS,RichardD.
RORKE,JosephFrancis
WESTBOROUGH
RUSSO,PeterT.
WESTFORD
RORKE,JosephFrancis
WESTWOOD
DiMASCIO,PanfiloN.
SCIALOIA,Domenico
WINCHESTER
COUGHLIN,AnnM.
DORAN,AnneM.
WOBURN
DORAN,AnneM.
EARLE,Albert
WRENTHAM
RUSSO,PeterT.

OUTOFSTATE
COLORADO
BANTA,ElizabethMae
CONNECTICUT
MATLAW,Bernard
FLORIDA
BANTA,ElizabethMae
MARBER,Pearl(Pate)
INDIANA
NIGRO,GeorgeE.
MAINE
LEIBOVITZ,CharlotteM.(Swartz)
NEWHAMPSHIRE
MORRISSEY,EdwardB.Sr.
MURRAY, GeraldJ. Jr.
NEWYORK
BANTA,ElizabethMae
MARBER,Pearl(Pate)
PENNSYLVANIA
SALYARDS,Phyllis(Pearce)
RHODEISLAND
BURNHAM,AlayneB.(Clark)
SOUTHCAROLINA
MILLER,WilliamA.
VIRGINIA
MILLER,WilliamA.

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