Obituaries

Jane A. Ciulla

Died: 2016-10-12
Resided in: Middleton, MA
Viewing type: Visitation
Viewing location: Mackey FH Rt 114, 128 S. Main St. Middleton
Viewing date: 2016-10-17 /9:30-11:30
Service type: Celebration of Life
Service date: 2016-10-17 / 11:30am
Service location: Mackey Funeral Home
Burial type: Burial
Burial date: 2016-10-17
Cemetery: Oakdale, Middleton, MA
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Jane A Ciulla of Middleton MA passed away peacefully on 10/12/16 in the morning after a short and intense bout with cancer. She fought hard and bravely. She is survived by her beloved high school sweetheart Leo Ciulla. They were married over 49 years and he was the love of her life. Jane is survived by her oldest daughter Abby Ingemi and her husband David from Melrose and their 3 beautiful children Olivia, Sophia, Nicholas. Stephanie Carlsen of Raymond NH and her husband David and their beautiful children Keyani, Deven and Kailya. Youngest daughter Danielle Ciulla Aydenjian from Middleton and husband Vasken and their beautiful children Aiden and Anabella whom they lived next to. Jane was a devoted "Nunie" and loved her children and grandchildren very much. She had a lot of close friends and family members like her girlfriend Carolyn "aka" Rocky, Nancy, and Aunt Gail. Also leaving her dog Lucy Jane. Her family meant the world to her. Jane had a number of professions from Middleton firefighter dispatch to fragrance specialist. In her later years she became a very accomplished artist. She had much joy in working with the Middleton and Danvers arts association. If you were blessed to know Jane she always did "things her way". She will be deeply missed.

A special appreciation to Dr. Alaria, N.P. Pattie Doyle, Dr. Shore, and Dr. Sunkara, and the Beverly Oncology Department and ICU for helping my mum get as far as she did.

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Thoughts and Prayers from the entire Citro Family
My heart goes out to Leo, and his family. Jane and I met at an art class at the senior center in Middleton. We became fast friends. Jane was always there for me when I needed someone to talk to and hopefully i was there for her. We had many laughs and tears together. She was most generous and hospiitable, opening her heart and her home to me. I will really miss her.
Leo,Abby, Stephanie & Danelle, so sorry for the loss of your Wife and Mother, I am sure she will be missed. RIP Jane. Frank & Cathy Ciulla
Thinking of the family from Don and Kathy Sullivan Remembering the fun times the four of us have had together and the laughs and good times we enjoyed. Remember the better times; not the sad.
I haven't seen any of you in many years, but truly so,so sorry for your loss. When I remember Jane, I think smiles and laughter best describe my my memories. I hope remembrance of her smile carries you through this difficult time. Thinking of all of you and sending prayers! from Laura (Bower) Doyle and husband Jim.
To Leo and to Jane's three beautiful daughters, Abby,Stephanie and Dannielle our deepest condolences go out to you and your families at this difficult time. My husband and I have many fond memories of Jane and of the many outdoor parties and BBQs in the backyard. Jane was a great host and a wonderful person and will be surely missed by all. May Jane rest in peace......Love Annamarie and Michael Burke

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