Catherine Greco

Died: 2018-05-08
Resided in: Everett and Peabody MA
Viewing type: Visitation
Viewing location: Mackey FH
Viewing date: 2018-05-11 / 9am-12:30pm
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Burial type: Burial
Burial date: 2018-05-11
Cemetery: Following Visitation: Graveside Prayers at Puritan Lawn Memorial Park
Contributions: In Lieu of flowers: Memorial donations at

Catherine M. Greco, of Everett and Peabody MA, passed peacefully on May 8, 2018. Catherine was born in Boston, MA and was the wife of Leonard Greco Jr. She was the daughter of the late Grace and Anthony Lattanzio. She leaves her children: daughter Debbie and her husband Joseph Halfelder, her son Lenny Greco and his wife Wendy, her daughter Sheri Delling and her son in law Paul. Also leaving her sister Elaine and her husband Robert Santoianni. She was Nana to ten Grandchildren and Grandma/Big Nana to eleven Great-Grandchildren. In lieu of flowers please make all donations at

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Thoughts and prayers with you all .so sorry for your loss 🙏🏻
Our deepest sympathy Chubby. We are so sorry. Be strong Lenny. You and your family are in our prayers . To my girls we are so sorry to hear of your Grandmothers passing. Sorry little ones.. Chuck and Mary Monteforte
Chubby, Debbie, Lenny, Sherry and families, I too am feeling your great loss. All day I was having flashbacks of the fun we had when I first got married playing cards etc. I'm grateful for my super memories, but very sad for my loss as I know you are as well. Wish I had the power to take this pain from your hearts. Please know I am walking this sad path with each of you. I personally say 'thank you' to each of you for sharing Kay with me and my family. Continued prayers of comfort for each of you with all my deep sympathy. Love, Cousins Angela & Arty
Dear Cousins Chubby, Debbie, Lenny, Sheri and families: Please know that EACH of you are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time and beyond. I truly loved your wife, mother and grandmother. In so many ways, Cousin Kay reminded me so much of my mother in her keeping up with family traditions. Each time I visited Cousin Kay and Chubby's home, I always felt like I was in my own mother's home. Cousin Kay always gave love to everyone and made them feel so comfortable. I shall miss her warm and loving smile. I find peace in knowing that she is reunited up in Heaven with her mother, father and sister whom she loved so much. Although it is hard right now, hopefully each of you will find comfort in knowing she is in Paradise. No stress; no sadness, no illnesses. Rather; total peace and happiness. I know our Lord Jesus has welcomed her with open arms just like the way she always welcomed friends and family into her home. You will miss her but as long as you keep her in your loving memory, she shall live in your hearts, forever. I believe our deceased loved ones "visit" us from time to time, if we keep our minds open to the "visits". Each of you may be in a local grocery store and might see someone in the check-out line that is wearing something identical to what Cousin Kay would wear. Or; maybe that person in the check-out line is wearing the same cologne or perfume that she always did. Or; that person may have the exact same hair color and style. When this happens, and it shall, know that your wife, mother and grandmother is visiting you, assuring each of you, that she is up in Paradise and is doing well. In closing, please know that I love each of you, with all of my heart. Cousin Rich DiPietro in Delray Beach, FL
Hi Sheri, So so sorry to hear of your moms passing - God Bless you and your entire family. Friend - Linda Silverio
To Chubby, Debbie, Lenny, Sheri and families, Our deepest sympathies are with all of you. We were so sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Love Richard and Maryann Tkaczuk
Kenny, Sherrie, Debbie, I sent my Facebook posting to the funeral home. I think maybe I didn't get it to the right place. If you would like to see it, go to my page. I'm So sorry I couldn't be there. Cousin, Al Lattanzio

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