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Wesley Cameron Jr

May 06, 1961 - Nov 24, 2023

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Roxbury, MA

Wesley Lee Cameron, Jr. "Sugah Man" was born in Boston, MA on May 6, 1961, he was the second child and of Wesley L. Cameron Sr. and Flora Cameron. He departed this life on Friday November 24, 2023, at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston surrounded by his loving wife and children. Wesley attended Boston Public Schools, later graduating from Madison Park High School in 1979. He later met Lisa Clark (North Carolina), the mother of his 3 children; Wesley L. Cameron III, Kyle J. Cameron, and Liahn...Read More

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James Otis Harris

May 30, 1953 - Feb 26, 2024

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Roxbury, MA

James Otis Harris was born on May 30, 1953 in Birmingham, Alabama. He was the son of the late Sam Davit Harris Jr. and the late Lelia Mae (Moore) Harris. At the age of 3, he and his family moved to New York and few years later relocated to Boston, Massachusetts where they lived in Roxbury and Dorchester. James attended Dorchester High School where he played on the high school football team and was given the nickname “Big O.” After graduating high school, he followed in the footsteps of his father and older brothers and enlisted in the US Army. After a short stint in the military, he attended Boston College where he pledged Iota Phi Theta and was one of the founding members of the school’s Sigma Chapter. Later, he attended Cambridge College where he received his Master’s degree in Education. For nearly 40 years, James was employed by the MBTA. He was a very active and dedicated member of Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. He was a Past Worshipful Master at Widow Son Lodge No. 28; Past Grand Associate Patron of the Grand Chapter Order of the Eastern Stars, Past Worthy Patron of the Mount Moriah Chapter 7; Past Potentate of A.E.A.O.N.M.S. Syria Temple No. 31; and previous member of several other houses within the Prince Hall family. Through his work with the fraternal orders, he was an active participant in community events and fundraisers. He mentored students at the MLK Middle School in Roxbury for several years, concentrating on educating young men. He participated in Christmas gift drives, Thanksgiving turkey giveaways and Mother’s Day celebrations. Additionally, James was a longtime member of the Woodbine Associates. He is predeceased by his parents, father Sam Davit Harris Jr., his mother Lelia Mae (Moore) Harris; his son Mariotis Harris; his sisters Katherine Skrine and Lillie Slater, and brother Anderson Harris. He is survived by his wife Cheryl Harrison; 2 brothers Sammy Harris (Sharon) and John Lawton; his children, 3 sons Randall Harris, James Harris Jr. and Cornelius Harris (Theresa); 2 daughters Sophia Harris and Aisha Harris; 14 grandchildren and great grandchildren; and a host of other relatives; and many, many friends to cherish his memories.

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Marion L. (Daniels) Hankins

Feb 24, 1935 - Feb 24, 2024

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Roxbury, MA

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Francis Muccio

Jul 09, 1932 - Feb 23, 2024

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West Roxbury, MA

Francis Muccio, from Stoneham, Massachusetts, passed away peacefully on February 23, 2024, at the West Roxbury Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center. He was 91 years old. Francis was born July 9, 1932, in Reading, Massachusetts. He was the son of the late Armand Muccio and Gladys (Doucette) Muccio, both from Wakefield, Massachusetts. He was predeceased by his loving wife of 45 years, Florence (Wolseley) Muccio of Stoneham, Massachusetts and his two brothers: Roger Muccio of Kittery Point, Maine, and Ronald Muccio of Parsonsfield, Maine. He is survived by his daughter Kimberly (Muccio) Zaulyczny along with his son in-law Adam, and his three granddaughters, Ava, Lia and Noa Zaulyczny of Hudson, NH, sister Janice (Muccio) Taylor of Haverhill, Massachusetts, and Marcia (Muccio) Mouser of Parsonsfield, Maine. Francis was an honorable United States Army Veteran, proudly serving during the Korean War. He frequently wore his Korean War veteran hat with American pride. Francis had a passion for sports, music, cinema, and celebrities. He would often travel to local celebrity photo shoots or movie sets. His collection of celebrity photo autographs includes famous names like Joe DiMaggio, Jack Nicolson, Cher, Ray Liotta, and Elizabeth Taylor. After retiring from the state of Massachusetts department of public works, Francis enrolled as a production studio movie extra and made background appearances in movies like "Mall Cop", "The Invention of Lying" & "The Game Plan" to name a few. He had a passion for volunteerism and spent his time throughout retirement at the local Stoneham theater as an usher and often volunteering his time at local food pantries and churches. Francis was caring, loving and devoted. He was a husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, and friend. His wife, daughter, and family, especially his three granddaughters, were his pride and joy. We will always cherish our time with him, the stories he would tell of his adventures and the gifts he would bring his granddaughters that he so proudly thrifted. He will be deeply missed.Visitation for relatives and friends of Francis and Florence, who passed during the pandemic and was unable to be celebrated due to pandemic restrictions, will be held at the McDonald-Finnegan Funeral Home, 322 Main St., Stoneham on Friday, March 1st from 11:00 a.m – 1:00 p.m, Funeral Service will immediately follow visiting hours at 1:00. Interment, Forest Glade Cemetery in Wakefield. The lives they lived, and the memories they created, will be eternally carried on by their loving family. We love you Papa, and always will.

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Daniel "Din-Din" Centeio

Apr 05, 1974 - Feb 05, 2024

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Roxbury, MA

Daniel "Din-Din" Centeio, 49, of Roxbury, MA, born to Maria Centeio and the late John Centeio, passed away on February 5, 2024. He is survived by his mother, Maria Centeio; brothers, Jose "DjeDje" Centeio, Jose "Ze" Centeio, John "Curly" Centeio, Gabriel "Gabe" Centeio; and two sisters, Margaret "Margie" Centeio, Maria "Poochie" Centeio - Kenfe and his late brother George "Georgie" Centeio who passed away in 1995. Daniel also leaves behind his son Daniel M. " Bum-Bum" Centeio, longtime partner Aretha "Ree" Hodge, and many nieces, nephews, and great nieces and nephews.Daniel was a dedicated father, first and foremost. He treasured his son and embraced every moment with him. He especially loved his role as Uncle Danny. He had a vivacious personality and always made people around him laugh. He made friends everywhere he went.Daniel attended Dearborn Middle School and later got his GED. He worked for the food company Cara Donna, which distributes food and related products across New England on a wholesale basis. Daniel enjoyed spending time with his family outside on the steps and at family gatherings. Music was always playing in his presence; Michael Jackson, old-school Cape Verdean music, and old-school R&B were some of his favorites. One of his memorable phrases was, "Yo check this out right," which would lead to a conversation resulting in him being right about whatever topic he was discussing, which was usually politics. Daniel loved dogs. His first dog was Baby, and his last dog was Gaia, who had a litter of puppies that a few nieces and nephews were thankful to have gotten. Both of his dogs are resting with him. He was crazy about his creation of Pedra Lumi Grogo de Cana in Cabo Verde with his best friend, Jose "Capri" Correia. They spent countless hours making labels and making sure the taste hit perfection. The Daniel Centeio family wishes to express their heartfelt gratitude for your love, generosity, and support during this very difficult time. His Final Resting will take place at Cedar Grove Cemetery, 920 Adams St., Dorchester.

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Paul Demoorjian

Feb 09, 1935 - Feb 22, 2024

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West Roxbury, MA

Paul Demoorjian, 89, of Manchester, passed away at the Veterans Administration Hospital in West Roxbury, MA on February 22, 2024. He was born in Marlborough, MA on February 9, 1935, to the late Avedis and Zable Demoorjian; both of whom fled from Armenia in the 1915 Armenian Genocide. Paul never let his Armenian heritage falter, and was a long-time member of the St. Gregory Armenian Apostolic Church in North Andover, MA, stayed active with the Lowell Chapter of the ARF, and the Men’s Club through the church. Paul was a United States Army Veteran. He worked for over 44 years in the Composing Department at the Manchester Union Leader. He had been a member of the Manchester Motorcycle Club (MMC) since 1972 and the NHMRO since 1976. Paul was a man dedicated to the service of others; he would grow vegetables in his garden to give away to friends and family, and he would offer up his hand in helping with any project. Paul’s greatest joy were his three grandchildren. Whether the moment was big or small, Paul would be there. Paul is survived by his wife, for whom he was with for over 43 years, Beverly (Conley) Demoorjian; his three sons, Steven and Kristen True of Ticonderoga, NY, Richard and D’Ann True of Hooksett, NH, and Aaron and Kelly True of Manchester, NH; three grandchildren, Carter, Makenna, and Austin; two brothers, Walter and Marty Demoorjian, both of Marlborough, MA; three sisters, Elizabeth Kopoian of Providence, RI, Alice Karnikyan of Waltham, MA, and Susie Demoorjian of Marlborough, MA, and many nephews, nieces, and cousins. Calling hours will be held at Phaneuf Funeral Homes and Crematorium, 243 Hanover St., Manchester, on Thursday, February 29 from 4 to 7 PM. Funeral services will take place at St. Gregory Armenian Church, North Andover, MA on Friday morning, March 1 at 11 AM with a calling hour to take place at the church from 10 to 11 prior to the service. Burial with military honors will follow in the NH State Veterans Cemetery, Boscawen, NH at 2 PM. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Paul’s memory to St. Gregory Church at . To view an online tribute, send condolences to the family, or for more information, visit .

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Percy G. Coren

Feb 07, 1952 - Feb 07, 2024

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Roxbury, MA

Percy G. Coren was born on February 7, 1952, and was the third of ten children, born to the late Susie C. Griffith in Greenville, Mississippi. Percy grew up attending Saint Peters Church with his family. At a young age, he did field work with his mother and siblings. As a child he attended Lucy L. Webb Elementary School, and as a teenager he went to T. L. Weston High School. In August of 1966 Percy, his mother, and the rest of his siblings moved to Boston, Massachusetts for a new beginning. Percy enrolled at Boston trade school learning the art of drafting. After graduating from trade high school in 1970 he secured a job at Boston Edison as a Field Service Technician -L3B and Meter Technician where he eventually retired. During his tenure at Boston Edison, Percy had to take time away because he was drafted by the US Army. He did his training in Fort Jackson, South Carolina and was assigned to Company A- 10th battalion. Percy is preceded in death by his mother Susie and siblings Samuel, Charles, Barbara, Ernest and Walter. Percy leaves to cherish his memories, daughters Ashleigh of Maryland, Amber and Kayla of Boston, seven sisters Doloris (Raphael), Susie of Memphis, Tennessee, Vera, Harriet, Timpie of Greenville, Bertha and Margaret; three brothers Randy (Lisa) of Florida Donearl (Marcia) of North Carolina and Willie (Francis). He is survived by a host of nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. To to the family or in memory of Percy G. Coren, please

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Sabatino A. Pasquale

Died : Feb 17, 2024

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West Roxbury, MA

Sabatino A. “Sammy” Pasquale, age 67, of Brockton, formerly of Quincy, died peacefully, Saturday, February 17, 2024 at the West Roxbury VA Medical Center, in the comfort of his loving family. Sammy was born in Quincy, to the late Rudolph V. and Annamae (Eldeb) Pasquale. He was raised and educated in Quincy. He excelled in college level Algebra and Physics. He was a talented musician and songwriter, and enjoyed playing the guitar, keyboard, and saxophone. Music was always playing at the Pasquale home. He enjoyed spending time with family, playing accordion along with his father, and guitar with his cousins, Michael Spaur and the late William “Billy” Carullo. Sammy was also skilled in oil painting and loved to create and give away his paintings. Sammy proudly served in the United States Marine Corps during the 1970s. Prior to his military service, he was employed in Quincy as a restaurant cook and manager. As a young man, he was a member of the Civil Air Patrol. Over the years, he continued supporting his fellow veterans as a volunteer and musically entertaining at the Brockton VA Hospital. He donated items and was generous with his time and talents. He was kind and loved assisting those less fortunate. Devoted brother of Debra L. Pasquale and her husband Michael Patrizi of Halifax, Rosanne M. Smith and her husband James of Randolph. Loving uncle of Shayna, Kristi, Ashley, Ben, and Pat and their families. Sammy is also survived by countless loving aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, and the Patrizi family. Visiting hours will be held at the Sweeney Brothers Home for Funerals, 1 Independence Avenue, Quincy, on Tuesday, February 27, from 4 – 7 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated in Saint John the Baptist Church, 44 School Street, Quincy, on Wednesday, February 28, at 10 a.m. Interment, with military honors, to follow at Blue Hill Cemetery, Braintree. For those who wish, donations in Sammy’s memory may be made to Disabled American Veterans, State House, 24 Beacon Street, Room 546, Boston, MA 02133 or to the charity of your choice.

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Edith C. Esterene

Apr 30, 1953 - Feb 07, 2024

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Roxbury, MA

Our dearest Mom, Edith Esterene, passed away too soon, leaving behind a legacy of love and kindness that touched so many lives. Born on April 30, 1953, in Panama Central America, she was the beloved daughter of Peter Esterene from South Carolina and Inocencia Henry-Vernon from Bocas Del Toro Panama. Mom was the heart of so many families and friends. She was a beacon of love and strength. She leaves behind three of four children who adored her: Indira Biggs-Alvarez, Franklin Biggs (deceased), Huey Cooper, and Giovanni Cooper, along with their spouses Abraham Alvarez and Osa Hill-El. She was a cherished grandmother to Gloria Alvarez, I. Indy Alvarez, and Abraham Alvarez Jr. She also leaves behind her last surviving sister, Amanda Vernon, and a multitude of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends, all of whom were touched by her warmth and compassion. Throughout her life, Mom wore many hats with grace and dedication. She worked tirelessly in the banking industry as a branch supervisor, and later in the medical sector, both in the lab and the ER. But it was her role as a case manager at the Mass Association for the Blind and the Visually Impaired that truly exemplified her spirit of service. There, she advocated passionately for those with sight challenges, ensuring they had access to the resources they needed to thrive. Mom's compassion knew no bounds. As the mother of a son with autism, she became a fierce advocate for individuals with autism, dedicating herself to raising awareness and understanding in her community. Beyond her professional and advocacy work, Mom had a passion for nurturing life in all its forms. She cultivated lush gardens that transformed her home into a vibrant oasis, and her love for crystals filled her living space with beauty and energy. Every Saturday, when we were younger, she enlisted our help in caring for her beloved plants and crystals, teaching us the importance of responsibility and appreciation for the natural world. Though we mourn her passing, we take solace in knowing that Mom is now at peace, free from pain and worry, in a better place. Her love will continue to guide us, her memory will always be cherished, and her legacy of kindness will live on in the lives she touched. Rest in peace, dearest Mom. You will forever remain in our hearts. With all our love, Your Children To to the family or in memory of Edith C. Esterene, please

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Eileen O'Driscoll

Jun 10, 1924 - Feb 10, 2024

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West Roxbury, MA

O’Driscoll Eileen, 99 of West Roxbury passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on Saturday, February 10th. Eileen was born in Skibbereen, County Cork, Ireland on June 10, 1924, the daughter of the late Corneilus and Catherine O’Driscoll. She immigrated to the Boston area in 1948. Beloved sister of Kathleen Love, Corneilus O’Driscoll, Michael O’Driscoll and the late Denis O’Driscoll, Maureen Ridge and Patrick O’Driscoll. Also, survived by many nieces and nephews. Eileen was a remarkable lady ahead of her time. She embodied the best of qualities: unconditional love, strength of spirit and an unending generosity that could be seen in her loving care of her parents, entire family and countless others. Although she was a proud American and dedicated to local politics, a piece of her heart always remained in Dear Old Skibbereen. A Funeral Mass of Celebration will be planned for June 10th at St. Theresa’s Church West Roxbury. Directions to Funeral Home

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D'Andre J. Perkins

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Roxbury, MA

We honor the remarkable life of a beloved son, cherished brother, and inspiring role model. A master of many trades, he was a talented barber and self-taught loctician, a passionate basketball player with a history as a Pop Warner football player for the Boston Bengals, an entrepreneur, a viral content creator, a public figure, and a musician who radiated life and ambition. As a former Youth Usher at Ebenezer Baptist Church, he embodied the spirit of peace instilled by his devout Christian mother. His indomitable spirit transcended boundaries, refusing to be confined by statistics or societal limits. Born a miracle, he viewed the world with wonder and hope, leaving an indelible mark at the tender age of 21. His laughter and light extended to a vast family of aunts, uncles, great aunts, uncles, cousins, and an inclusive brotherhood of adopted siblings welcomed by his mother, Demitra E. Perkins. His legacy will continue to inspire peace and perseverance in the hearts of all who knew him. To to the family or in memory of D'Andre J. Perkins, please

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