Sep 27, 1960 - Oct 01, 2023
Peter W. Hall
Sep 09, 1950 - Dec 23, 2022
On December 24, 2022, Hingham and Weymouth lost a beloved member of their community, Peter Whitney Hall, at the age of 72, following a prolonged illness. Born on September 10, 1950, in Hingham, Massachusetts, Peter was the cherished son of John Whitney Hall and Mary Jean Hall. A graduate of Hingham High School, class of 1968, Peter married Cora MacPherson in 1975. His love extended to their children, daughter Margaret Hall Sebestyen of Hingham, MA, and son Whitney MacPherson Hall of Randolph, VT, along with their families. Peter is also survived by his beloved sister Meredith Hall Allen of Londonderry, NH, and brother John Whitney Hall of Hull, MA, along with numerous nieces and nephews. A decorated U.S. Army Veteran, Peter served with distinction in Vietnam, earning the Bronze Star medal for meritorious achievement. His commitment continued as part of the Army Reserves during Operation Desert Storm. Peter contributed over 30 years to the automotive industry. A true enthusiast of history, Peter's passion extended to the American Revolution and Colonial Hingham. As a founding member and eventual Captain of the Hingham Militia Company, he played a vital role in revolutionary war re-enactments. Peter was also an avid sailor and yachtsman, sharing precious moments navigating Boston Harbor and the family summer home in Five Islands, Maine. Beyond his military and historical pursuits, Peter was a talented artist, musician, and sports enthusiast. His first-rate sense of humor endeared him to all who knew him. Peter Whitney Hall's legacy lives on in the hearts of those who loved him, deeply missed but forever remembered for his contributions, passions, and the joy he brought into their lives.
Carrie Alemian (Siroonian)
Mar 29, 1927 - Mar 02, 2024
Mrs. Carrie Alemian (Siroonian) of Weymouth passed away peacefully at Pat Roche Hospice House in Hingham on Saturday, March 2, 2024. Born in Weymouth on March 29, 1927. Carrie was the second daughter of the late Humpartzoom and Nazenig Siroonian, first generation Armenian born in this country. She graduated from Weymouth High School and Fisher Junior College where she excelled in secretarial skills. Carrie married the late Hige Alemian and together they led a very full life in Weymouth enjoying many family pool parties and holidays with delicious homemade Armenian food. She mastered the art of cake decorating and was asked by all to make the family birthday cakes. Carrie worked for more than 20 years at Jordan Marsh Dept. store, volunteered at South Shore Hospital as well as all the town election voting polls. She also loved to perform in a woman’s Cabaret dance group and spent many winter months in Florida as well as time in Las Vegas, Foxwoods and Twin River. Carrie is survived by her loving children, Jerry Alemian and his wife Linda of East Bridgewater, Judy Dostoomian and her husband Hagop of Stoughton , Gail Cazeault of North Weymouth, and Kathy Kane and her husband Chris of Marshfield, cherished sister of Buddy Siroonian and the late Lucy Kalaijian both from Weymouth. Carrie was also grandmother to Kimberly the late “J.J.”, Eric, Carlie, Cory, Jeffrey, Matthew, Nicolas, Kyle, Abby, Molly, Justin, Lindsey,and Chelsie and 31 great grandchildren. Carrie will be remembered for her great sense of humor and her kind, gentle soul and her daily afternoon glass or two of wine. She will be missed by all of her many nieces, nephews, and extended family members. A special thank you to Kristine Liddell, her wonderful, loving caregiver, who provided exceptional care to her during her later years. Carrie was one month shy of her 97th birthday and In lieu of a wake the family will be having a “Celebration of Life” at a later date. We look forward to honoring her memory.
Mar 14, 1970 - Feb 27, 2024
Stacy Wakefield, the resilient widow of the late Major League Baseball player, Tim Wakefield, passed away on February 28, 2024, at her home in Hingham, Massachusetts. Her departure comes merely five months after the loss of her beloved husband, Tim, a celebrated figure in the world of baseball. Born in 1970 in Boston, Massachusetts, Stacy is remembered as a strong, loving, and down-to-earth individual. The Wakefield family, in a poignant statement, expressed the profound sadness of losing both Tim and Stacy to cancer within such a short span. Surrounded by family, friends, and compassionate caregivers, Stacy's departure leaves hearts beyond broken. Stacy and Tim faced different forms of cancer, a revelation made public by MLB pitcher Curt Schilling against their wishes. The Wakefield family had requested privacy during their challenging journey, emphasizing the deeply personal nature of their health battles. Tim, a 19-year Major Leaguer and two-time World Series champion, left an indelible mark on the baseball community. Stacy's strength, thoughtfulness, and kindness were evident throughout her life, and the family expressed gratitude for the unwavering care and support provided by her medical team. As they process this profound loss, the Wakefield family extends heartfelt thanks for well-wishes and requests privacy during this challenging time. Stacy will be remembered as a remarkable woman, now reunited with the love of her life, Tim Wakefield.
Aug 01, 1966 - Sep 30, 2023
Timothy Stephen Wakefield, a beloved figure in the realms of baseball, family, and community leadership, passed away on October 1, 2023, in Hingham, Massachusetts, at the age of 57. Born on August 2, 1966, in Melbourne, Florida, Tim's legacy extends far beyond the baseball diamond. A graduate of Eau Gallie High School in 1984, Tim showcased his athletic prowess at the Florida Institute of Technology, earning the title of Most Valuable Player in 1987 and 1988 while playing first base for the Panthers' baseball team. Drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1988, Tim transitioned to pitcher in 1992, embarking on a 19-season Major League career with the Pirates and the Boston Red Sox. As a two-time World Series champion and the franchise's innings pitched leader, Tim's on-field achievements were matched by his off-field philanthropy. Serving as the Red Sox's first Jimmy Fund captain and actively supporting various charitable organizations, including "Pitching in for Kids," Tim exemplified the spirit of giving. In 2010, Major League Baseball recognized his charitable endeavors with the Roberto Clemente Award, a testament to his generosity and impact beyond the baseball diamond. Tim's commitment to community service was further honored with the initiation of the annual Tim Wakefield Community Service Award in 2011. An avid outdoorsman, golfer, hunter, and fisherman, Tim's passion for golf extended to charity tournaments that raised funds for nonprofit organizations. Above all, Tim was devoted to his family—his wife Stacy, son Trevor, daughter Brianna, parents Lester and Julia, sister Kelly, and in-laws Patricia and James Stover. "Wake" will be remembered for his selflessness, kindness, and the ultimate team player mentality. The services will be private, but his legacy of generosity, dedication, and love will forever remain in the hearts of those who were fortunate to know him.
Patricia Alice Dinneen
Aug 01, 1935 - Feb 19, 2024
Patricia Alice Dinneen, age 88 of Hingham, formerly of Lynnfield, passed away peacefully on February 19 at the Pat Roche Hospice Home in Hingham surrounded by her loving family. She was born in Revere on August 1, 1935 and was the daughter of the late Warren and Alice (Murphy) Myers. Patricia was a graduate of Revere High School and later Chelsea Memorial School of Nursing and was a dedicated registered nurse for many years. She was an accomplished home cook, who loved hosting family and friends for parties and holidays, and was happiest at home with her family. She was the beloved wife of Maurice Dinneen for 66 years. She was the adoring mother of Kathi Jenkins and her husband Daniel of Ashland, Patricia Smith and her husband Larry of Sarasota, FL, Maura Dagher and her husband Matthew of Norwell, Joseph Dinneen and his wife Beth of Lynnfield, and Julie Polkinghorn and her husband Philip of Mission Hills, KS. Patricia was the cherished grandmother of eight grandchildren: Michael Jenkins, Jacquelyn Rocha, Courtney Dagher, Allison Braun, Margaret Cunningham, Caroline Dagher, Adam Polkinghorn, and Brenna Collins. She was also the proud great grandmother of seven great grandchildren. She was loved very much and will be missed beyond measure.Visitation for relatives and friends will be held at McDonald Funeral Home, 19 Yale Ave., Wakefield on Friday, February 23 from 4:00—7:00 p.m. Her Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Maria Goretti Church, 112 Chestnut St., Lynnfield on Saturday, February 24 at 10:30 a.m. Patricia will be laid to rest at Forest Hill Cemetery, Lynnfield. In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate a donation in honor of Patricia’s father, 1st Lt. Warren F. Myers, a Purple Heart recipient. Warren died at age 36 from injuries suffered serving in Germany during World War II, to Tunnels to Towers, a nonprofit for veterans and first responders at 2361 Hylan Blvd Staten Island, NY 10306-3159 United States. https://t2t.org/&nbsp;
Oct 29, 1978 - Feb 10, 2024
David (Dave) Langill of Hingham passed away February 10, 2024, after a sudden and short battle with complications from a severe asthma attack, at the age of 45. Dave was born on October 29,1978. He graduated from Hingham high school with the class of 1997. Dave loved the thrill of treasure hunting for vintage toys and collectibles. He would spend Sundays at the Raynham Flea Market with Lori in their booth, rehoming his treasures. Dave took great pleasure in connecting people with their childhood memories. Everyone who knew Dave, enjoyed his practical jokes, his heart and larger-than-life personality. Dave will be missed by all who knew him especially by his cats Spazz and Stormy with whom he had such a special bond. Dave is survived by his parents Ed and Sherry Langill of Hingham, brothers Ted Langill of Weymouth, Jim Langill his wife Elizabeth of Hanson, sister CherylAnn McMorrow of Hingham, girlfriend Lori Corey of Hingham, nieces and nephews, Tyler Langlais his wife Caitlin, Amanda Quaglia her husband Nick, Patrick Schofield, his wife Brianna, Kathryn Langill, Nick Schofield, Ryan Langill, and Bailey Langill. Dave was predeceased by his brother-in-law Mike McMorrow and nephew Aron Langlais.Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend a visitation on Friday, February 16, 2024 from 4PM-7PM in the C.C. Shepherd Funeral Home, 134 Pleasant Street, South Weymouth MA 02190. A funeral service will immediately follow the visitation in the funeral home at 7PM. In Lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, New England Foundation at https://asthmaandallergies.org/how-to-help/donate/
Anthony (Tony) Caruso
Died : Feb 22, 2024
Caruso, Anthony (Tony) of Hingham formerly of Dorchester and North Weymouth, MA passed away on February 22, 2024. He was pre-deceased by his loving wife of 51 years, Joanne (Duffley) Caruso, and his son, Dr. Anthony J. Caruso (Barbara). He is survived by his children Richard L. (LeeAnne) of Lincoln, NE, Stephen M. (Anne-Marie) of Pelham, NH, and Lisa M. Costa (Frank) of Norwell, MA. Devoted grandfather of Elizabeth Kulpa, Robert, Thomas, Daniel, Ann, and William of IL; Nicholas, Alexander, Shayna, and Tori of NE; and Gabriella, Joseph, and Gianna of Norwell, MA. Adoring great-grandfather of Catie Grace Kulpa. He leaves behind two brothers, John of Milton, MA, and Philip of Pembroke, MA. Also survived by many nieces and nephews and his loving and caring companion, Joan Caradonna of Hingham, MA Tony had a fruitful 51-year career at C. S. Draper Lab in Cambridge, MA where he worked on the inertial guidance and navigation systems for the Trident Submarine. He served his country in the USAF during the Cuban Missile Crisis. He loved music and was an accomplished accordion player. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to greet the family during visiting hours on Thursday, February 29 from 4-8 PM at McDonald Keohane Funeral Home, 40 Sea Street (off 3A – Bicknell Square) North Weymouth, MA. A funeral will be held on Friday, March 1 at 10:30 AM at Nativity of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church 811 Jerusalem Rd. Cohasset, MA Interment will be at Cedar Grove Cemetery in Dorchester. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Tony’s memory to the Nativity of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church Building Fund 811 Jerusalem Rd. Cohasset, MA 02025.
Wendy A Foley
Died : Feb 17, 2024
It’s with broken hearts we share the passing of Wendy A Foley. (Sinclair) of Halifax MA on February 17, 2024. She passed peacefully at the Pat Roche Hospice home in Hingham Ma, surrounded by her family after a long illness. She is survived by her loving husband of 52 years Peter J Foley of Halifax Ma, her 5 children Kelley and spouse Michael of Scituate MA, Kimberly and spouse Ron of Astoria Queens NY, Shannon and spouse Donny of Kingston MA, Peter Jr. and spouse Kiaya of Middleboro MA and Patrick and spouse Melissa of Bridgewater MA. Wendy’s memory and spirit will live on in the hearts of her 14 loving grandchildren, Drew and spouse Kelsey, Max, Blake, Chloe, Lucas, Landon, Caleb, Ava, Zachary, Brody, Mia, Tyler, and Emma. In addition, she leaves behind a brother Roger Sinclair and his wife Linda of Baytown TX and many nieces and nephews. She was loved deeply and will be missed by all who knew her. We will remember Wendy for her incredible talent as a seamstress, who had the ability to make anything and everything, her affection for country music and the unwavering love she had for her grandkids, that brought her so much joy and would go above and beyond to support them. May she rest in eternal peace. A celebration of Wendy’s life will be held on Sunday February 25, 2024, from 11am to 3pm at the Tavern on the Wharf located at 6 Town Wharf, Plymouth, MA 02360 In lieu of flowers, the family invites you to donate in Wendy’s name to Norwell VNA & Hospice at nvna.org or can be mailed to Pat Roche Hospice Home at 86 Turkey Hill Rd, Hingham Ma 02043. Directions to Funeral Home
Aug 27, 1949 - Feb 17, 2024
Judith (“Judy”, “Jude”) Langis of Hingham, MA, peacefully passed away surrounded by loved ones after a brief illness Saturday, February 17th, 2024, at the age of 74. Judy was born on August 27th, 1949 to Vincent Langis and Helen Langis Rethman in Dorchester, MA. She is survived by her two sister’s Ginny Murray and Elaine LaCoursiere and as well as her large extended family, including many adoring nieces, nephews, and cousins. Countless were touched by Judith’s free spirit, magnetic energy, and deep devotion. She committed her life to finding and expanding her family and community. In her youth, she traveled throughout Canada, Ireland and Europe discovering her roots and later developing a dedication to genealogy. Judy had a profound understanding of and an undeniable magic with children She used these gifts to earn a master’s degree in early childhood development at New York University and in her years as a preschool teacher on Toronto Island and in Manhattan. Judy also had a natural instinct to heal. She studied osteopathy and built a massage therapy practice during her more than 30 years living in her Manhattan apartment and on Shelter Island. In her final years, she retired to Hingham, MA to be closer to family. There she spent her retirement reading, doing crossword puzzles with her cousins, and socializing with her World’s End book club and neighbors. She loved all the family animals, especially the dogs who she treated with a special kindness. She will be remembered for her intelligence, intuition, and as a loyal confidante. Most of all, she will be remembered for all the laughter. A public visitation will be held at McDonald Keohane Funeral Home, 809 Main Street, SOUTH WEYMOUTH, MA 02190, on Sunday, February 25 from 2-5 pm. In lieu of flowers, the family asks to consider a donation to
Annette J. (Lawless) Lyons
Died : Feb 17, 2024
Annette J. (Lawless) Lyons, age 94, a longtime resident of Braintree, died peacefully, Saturday, February 17, 2024 at Queen Anne Nursing Home in Hingham, surrounded by her loving family. Annette was born in Wellesley Hills, to the late John and Marie (McCluskey) Lawless. Raised in Weston, she was a graduate of the former Saint Brendan High School. She was proud to have earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Boston College in 1954 as part of their first nursing class. She lived in Braintree for over sixty years. Annette was proud to be a registered nurse. She began her career working at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary before leaving the workforce to raise her family. She later returned, working as a registered nurse in the newborn nursery at the former Quincy City Hospital for twenty-five years, retiring in 1999. She was a longtime parishioner of the former Saint Thomas More Parish in Braintree. Most of all, Annette was devoted to her family, and especially enjoyed spending summers on the beach with them. She took great pleasure in being surrounded by her ever-growing family. Beloved wife of the late John F. “Jack” Lyons. Devoted mother of Karen M. Lyons and her partner Joe Webb of Milton, John F. “Jack” Lyons, Jr. and his wife Michele of Dartmouth, Kathleen A. Porkka and her husband Jonathan of Osterville, James J. Lyons and his wife Lisa of Norwell, Lee Ann Mitchell and her husband Scott of Milton, and Paul M. Lyons and his wife Jacquelyn of Pembroke. Loving grandmother of sixteen and great grandmother of nineteen. The last of five siblings, she was predeceased by Joan Phillips, Richard “Bud” Lawless, Leone F. French, and Paula E. Gleason. Annette is also survived by many nieces, nephews, and their families. Visiting hours will be held at the Sweeney Brothers Home for Funerals, 1 Independence Avenue, Quincy, on Friday, February 23, from 4 – 7 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at Saint Julia Parish, 374 Boston Post Road, Weston, on Saturday, February 24, at 10 a.m. Interment to follow at Linwood Cemetery, Weston. In lieu of flowers, donations in Annette’s memory may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 309 Waverley Oaks Road, Waltham, MA 02452.