Judith (Catalano) LeBel, age 72, of Gloucester, formerly of Hanover and Rockland, passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on June 7, 2019. Judi was a graduate of the Rockland High School class of 1964. She later moved to California with her husband and raised her two daughters there until returning to Massachusetts in 1999. Judi enjoyed traveling with her husband and spending time with her 6 grandchildren. She celebrated 49 years of marriage on June 5th 2019. She is survived by her loving husband Norman LeBel, and her two daughters Maria (LeBel) Scarpa and her partner Rob Winchester of Middleton, and her daughter Lisa (LeBel) Dunsky and her husband Josh of Dunstable. She is also survived by her six precious grandchildren, Mia, Shea & Joey Scarpa, Madison Brett, and Josie and Jax Dunsky. She is also survived by her mother Rita Catalano of CA, and 12 siblings: Fred Catalano of Marshfield, Deborah Chochrek and Daniel Catalano of Plymouth, John Catalano of CO, Teresa Warka of Palmer, and Regina Drysdale, Gerald Catalano, Wayne Catalano, Rita Lynn Baughman, Peter Catalano, Paul Catalano and Lisa Boyer, all of CA. Judi also leaves behind cousins from the Catalano and Meade families, many loving in-laws from the LeBel family, and over 100 nieces and nephews. As a family, Norm, Maria, and Lisa wish to celebrate Judi and all she gave to us during her amazing life. In lieu of flowers, weíd ask that you please donate to a cause that is close to your heart in Judiís memory.
The celebration of Judiís life will be held from 11 am - 3 pm
Saturday, June 15th at:
The Neighborhood Club 27 Glendale Rd, Quincy, MA 02169
|As a classmate of Judi's in Rockland, I treasured her friendship during our school years, and for the years since we reconnected, thanks to the Facebook page for our high school class...we shared experiences, and the fun of the games we played together, bringing back the warmth of our friendship of many, many years ago...I was very saddened to hear of her passing, as I don't believe it was known to many that she was ill...please know that we were all graced by her beauty, inside and out, and her memory will be treasured.