Obituary of Nancy G. Molino
Nancy G. Molino, a retired accountant, passed away peacefully on Saturday, December 30, 2023 with her daughter Sheryl by her side. She was 98 years old.
Born the daughter of Italian immigrants, Antonio and Antonetta Dichio, she grew up in East Boston and graduated from East Boston High School. She married Gino Molino on April 15, 1951. They lived in Revere and then Wakefield while raising their 3 children. Gino worked as a school teacher and as vice principal at the Abraham Lincoln School in Revere. Nancy stayed home with her children when they were young and then returned to the workforce. She had her own successful career as an accountant working for several firms over the years including George D. Hall Publishing. She was a member of several bowling leagues over the years. Nancy loved to sing and sang professionally at small venues around the Boston area. She even went on to record a record during the Sinatra years. Nancy and Gino also loved to dance.
When Gino and Nancy retired, they moved to Boynton Beach, Florida for many years enjoying the warm weather. They returned to Reading, Massachusetts in November 2019 to be closer to family. Nancy and Gino got the “cruise bug” after their first cruise. In the end, they went on 50 cruises all around the world. She was often asked by the cruise staff to sing for her fellow passengers. As a couple Gino and Nancy lived a long and full life filled with family, friends, and countless adventures and experiences. Her family will remember her for the love and care she showed upon all of them and she always looked at the positive in every situation and person.
Nancy was the beloved wife of Gino Molino for 70 years, who passed away in March of 2021. She was the loving mother of Dennis Molino & his wife Karen of Nashua, NH and Florida, Gary Molino & his wife Denise of Plymouth, and Sheryl (Molino) Primmer of Marlborough & her late husband Richard. She was the sister of Salvatore Dichio of Florida, the late Ellen DiIeso, Lucille MacDonald, and Pasquale Dichio. She was the proud grandmother to Janine Molino, Kristina Michaelson, and David Molino, great grandmother to Emily Molino, Olivia Michaelson, Sofia Michaelson, David Molino, Jr, and Isabel Molino.
Visiting hours will be on Wednesday, January 3 from 4-7 p.m. Funeral from the Sullivan Funeral Home on Thursday, January 4 at 9am, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Joseph Church, www.stjosephwakefield.org, 173 Albion Street, Wakefield at 10am. Services will conclude with a burial at Forest Glade Cemetery in Wakefield.
For online guestbook see www.sullivanfuneralhome.net
Edward V. Sullivan
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Burlington, MA 01803
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