J. Angelo Sr.
Published in The Boston
Globe from March 6 to March 7, 2013
ANGELO, Louis J. Sr.
"Louie" Of North Reading, formerly of Medford and Malden, passed
away on March 3, 2013 at Meadowview Nursing Home in North Reading surrounded
by his family at age 88.
Louie was born in Malden on March 26, 1924 the son of the late Joseph
and Mary (DeBennedetto) Angelo. He was a pitcher in the minor league for
the 1941 Chicago Cubs. He served in the US Army during World War II in
which he was in the Third Wave at Omaha Beach during the Invasion of Normandy
on D-Day and also fought at the Battle of the Bulge at Ardennes.
Louie was the former owner of Pomp's Cleaners of Malden and Stoneham.
Louie was the beloved husband for 55 years of marriage to Marie (Chiulli).
Devoted father LouAnn Bramante and her husband Domenic, Louis J. Angelo,
Jr. and Lisa M. Skinner and her husband Dennis. Loving grandfather of
Eric Skinner and Kayla Skinner. Survived by three brothers Nicholas and
his wife Beatrice, Joseph and his wife Dorothy, John and his wife Carol.
Also survived by three sisters, Gloria Teta, Rosemary Clausen, Dorothy
Grasso and a sister in law, Florence Angelo.
Survived by his brother in law, John Chiulli and his wife Theresa. Pre
deceased by his brother and sister in law, George and Yolanda Angelo and
his brother Anthony Angelo. Also pre deceased by his brother in law and
sister in law, Alfonse Chiulli and his wife Rita.
Louie is survived by a loving nephew, Deputy Fire Chief, Robert Angelo,
Sr. and his wife Leslie of Malden as well as many caring nieces and nephews.
Funeral from the Barile Family Funeral Home, 482 Main St. (RT 28), STONEHAM,
Saturday at 9:00am followed by a Funeral Mass Celebrating Louie's Eternal
Life in St. Theresa's Church, 63 Winter St. North Reading at 10:30am.
Family and friends are cordially invited to gather remembrances with the
Family on Friday from 2-4 & 7-9pm in the Funeral Home. Parking attendants
and handicapped elevator are available.
Interment with Military Honors will take place at Riverside Cemetery,
Please honor Louie by making donations in his memory to DAV Dept. of Mass.
Room 546 State House Boston, MA 02133 -1042.