Connie Tordiglione

Died: 2019-03-16
Resided in: Danvers, MA
Viewing type: NO Visiting Hours
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Viewing date: 2019-03-21 MASS only
Service type: Funeral Mass
Service date: 2019-03-21 : 9am
Service location: St. Mary of the Annunciation Parish, Danvers
Burial type: Burial
Burial date: 2019-03-21
Cemetery: Annunciation
Contributions: To St. Mary's Parish: 24 Conant St., Danvers, MA 01923

Connie (Urgone) Tordiglione passed away peacefully on March 16. 2019. Born in Lawrence, MA, she was the daughter of the late Agatha (DiGregorio) and Frank Urgone. Connie was the beloved wife of the late Charles "Tiggie" Tordiglione.

Connie worked at Lawrence General Hospital as a Purchasing Agent for many years. She loved children and became a Big Sister for many years and then she and her husband took in a total of fourteen foster children over time. She baked and cooked their favorite meals and truly enjoyed raising them. She loved playing cards, puzzles, going to Foxwoods, volunteering at the Hunt Rehab and Beverly Hospital. Connie was an active parishioner at St. Mary of the Annunciation Church and member of Our Lady's Sodality and Marian Rosary Group. She also participated in many events held by the Danvers Senior Center.

Connie is survived by her niece June Saraceno, grandniece Elyssa Power and her adult foster children, Paul True, Lisa True and Zaida Lopez. She was predeceased by her sister-in-law Rosemary Saraceno and her late husband Ben and a foster son the late Robert Hollander.

A Funeral Mass will be celebrated for Connie on Thursday at 9 am at St. Mary of the Annunciation Church, 24 Conant St., Danvers. Burial at Annunciation Cemetery, Danvers. At Connie's request, there are no visiting hours. Please make memorial donations in her name to St. Mary's Parish, Danvers. Visit to leave a condolence.

Connie was the sweetest neighbor I have ever known. I loved her humor and she would always make me laugh. She will be deeply missed. R.I.P sweet Connie
Connie was such a special lady. There are some people who come into our lives that make a profound difference and that we are so thankful for having them in our lives. Charlie and Connie were two of those people. Good people who made a difference. Although I hadn't seen Connie in many years the memories of her never fade. Those that knew her were grateful for it as I always will be. I will never forget her or Charlie. May she rest in peace now that she is reunited with her "Tiggie".
So sorry to hear of Connie passing May she rest in peace. She had a big heart and loved her foster kids. Zaida, Paul and Lisa my love and prayers to you as you grieve. She was a sweet and kind lady. Antonietta and John Carlin

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