Anna M. Frenning

Anna Marie Frenning of Quincy passed away on Monday, September 18, 2017.

Anna M. Frenning

Anna M. Frenning

Born and raised in Boston, she later resided in Quincy.

The daughter of the late Carl J. and Elizabeth G. (Lawler) Frenning, she was the sister and sister-in-law of the late Carl J. and Dorothy M. Frenning. Anna leaves one nephew, Carl of South Hero, VT; one niece, Dorothy of Assonet; devoted friend, Marie Keeler, and many other devoted friends.

Anna was employed by New England Telephone for 45 years, followed by 21 years at a private law firm. Her passion for the piano brought joy to the many Quincy residents of her housing complex where she served as music director for annual senior productions. In addition, Anna brought humor and happiness into the lives of the senior citizens who resided at 1000 Southern Artery by hosting Friday night sing-a-longs, which they loved. Some of Anna’s happiest days were spent at 1000 Southern Artery. Anna also was a professional pianist at many establishments on Cape Cod.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:00AM on Saturday, September 23, at Boston’s Basilica, Our Lady of Perpetual Help (Mission Church), 1545 Tremont Street, Boston. Burial is at New Calvary Cemetery.

Donations in Anna’s memory may be made to Little Sisters of the Poor 86 Highland Ave, Somerville, MA 02143, littlesistersofthepoorboston.org.

Funeral arrangements were made by the Dennis Sweeney Funeral Home, 74 Elm St., Quincy.

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Nancy A. Snyder, 69

Nancy A. Snyder, 69, of Quincy and Plymouth, passed away Sunday, September 17, 2017 peacefully in her home after a long illness.

Nancy was the beloved wife of Richard Snyder and daughter of the late Mary and Louie Vecchiola.

She was the sister of Rita and late husband John Veneau of Braintree, Sister Carol and Dick Salvaggio of Quincy. She is also survived by six nieces and one nephew.

The family is having a private celebration of life.

Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society.

Arrangements by Cartmell-Davis Funeral & Cremation Service, Plymouth.

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William J. Dooley, Sr.

William J. “Bill” Dooley, Sr., of Quincy and formerly South Boston died peacefully Sept. 17 surrounded by his loving family.

William Dooley, Sr.

William Dooley, Sr.

Bill was a graduate of Northeastern University and a veteran of the U.S. Army 3rd Infantry Division.  One of his greatest joys was golfing with his buddies at the President’s Golf Course where he was a longtime member.  Bill was very proud of his Irish heritage and expressed this through his music playing with the Dooley Brothers and most recently, The Dooley’s.  More than anything Bill enjoyed spending time with his large loving family.

Son of the late Francis and Helen Dooley. Beloved husband of Kathleen (Dole) Dooley of Quincy.  Devoted father to William J. Dooley, Jr. and his wife Deborah of Braintree, and Sean M. Dooley and his wife Tracey of Quincy.  Brother of the late Francis Dooley, Joan (Dooley) McGrath, the late Nancy (Dooley) Jensen, Patricia (Dooley) Rollo, Kevin Dooley, and Robert Dooley.  Beloved “Bubba” to his grandchildren Shane, Krysta, Caitlyn, Sean, Maura, Michael, and Tyler. Also survived by 34 nieces and nephews.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the visiting hours on Thursday 4-8 PM in the Keohane Funeral Home, 785 Hancock St., QUINCY. A funeral service will be celebrated on Friday at 9:30 AM in Keohane Funeral Home, Quincy.  Burial in Knollwood Memorial Park, Canton.

Donations in memory of William may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105.

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Jane M. Albasini

Jane M. (Kinniburgh) Albasini of Quincy passed away September 16, 2017.

Jane was born in Quincy, raised her family in Braintree and then moved back to Quincy. She loved to lay in the sun and loved fashion. She loved jewelry, particularly gold jewelry. She also enjoyed playing Bingo. Jane will be remembered for being a relaxed and easy going person with a great sense of humor. She will be sadly missed.

Daughter to the late James and Alice (Gerrior) Kinniburgh. Dear wife to the late Joseph Albasini. Mother to the late Joseph Albasini and Jerrold Albasini. Cherished sister to Earl Kinniburgh and his wife Virginia of Braintree, Verna Butler and her husband the late John of Quincy and the late Paul Kinniburgh and his surviving wife Lorrine of Braintree.  Also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be private.

See keohane.com or call 1-800-Keohane for directions and online condolences.

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Salvatore J. Paolucci, Jr., 87

Salvatore J. Paolucci, Jr. age 87, a lifelong resident of Quincy, passed away on September 14, 2017 at the V.A. Hospice in Brockton after an 8-year courageous battle with cancer.

Salvatore J. Paolucci, Jr.

Salvatore J. Paolucci, Jr.

Sal was born on January 11, 1930, in Quincy to Adelina (Romano) and Salvatore J. Paolucci, Sr. who immigrated from L’Aquila, Italy.  He attended Quincy Trade School and graduated from the Bricklayers Apprentice School.  He was a 69-year member of the Bricklayers Union Local 52.

Sal was a veteran of the US Army and served during the Korean War.  A member of the South Shore Radio Control Model Airplane Club, and a devoted parishioner of St. Joseph’s Parish in Quincy.

Sal’s interests were hard work, building model airplanes, Foxwoods, food (especially pasta), but most of all his love for his family, which was bigger than the world!

For 64 years Sal was the beloved husband of Lorrayne (Perry) Paolucci and the devoted father of Perry J. Paolucci of Randolph and Laura J. Jennette and her husband Paul of Weymouth.  Loving grandfather (yaya) to two Grandsons, Ryan Jennette of Bridgewater and Shawn Jennette of Weymouth. He leaves two sisters Bette Tocco of Brockton, Connie Cappellini and her husband Alfred of Weymouth.  Sister-in-laws, Rosalie Paolucci of Quincy.  Brother-in-law Robert Perry and wife Lois.  Brother to the late Angelina Zambruno, Anthony Paolucci, Bernard Paolucci, Anna Paolucci, Jeanne Peruzzi, Albert Paolucci and Robert Paolucci.  Sal had many dear nephews, nieces, great nephews and great nieces and 5 Godchildren.

Relatives and friends are respectively invited to attend a Celebration of Life at St. Joseph’s Church, 550 Washington St. in Quincy on Saturday, September 23, at 11:00am.  Interment following at Mt. Wollaston Cemetery in Quincy.

Memorial donations may be made to South Shore Hospice in Weymouth or the V.A. Hospice in Brockton.  Sal’s family wishes to thank Dana Farber in Weymouth, South Shore Hospice in Weymouth and the V.A. Hospice in Brockton for all their loving care he was given.  You were all his angel!

A collation to celebrate his life will be held at the Town River Yacht Club, Mound Street, in Quincy.

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