Obituaries 12-02-2020

Camille Harney

Former Catholic Cemetery Association Secretary

Camille ( Palladino) Harney of Everett, formerly of East Boston, passed away on November 27 at the age of 76.

The cherished daughter of the late Louis and Marie (Martucci) Palladino, she was the beloved wife of Edward Harney, loving mother of Edward F. Harney Jr., of Everett, Kristen Walters and her husband, Bradley of Tyngsborough and the late Eric Harney; dear sister of Richard Palladino and his wife, Geraldine of Revere and adored grandmother of Ian and Kayla Walters.

Camille was employed as a secretary for The Catholic Cemetery Association in Beverly; she will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

Funeral arrangements were by Vazza’s “Beechwood” Funeral Home, Revere and entombment was at Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden.      

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Richard Daniel Capone

Will Be Remembered and Missed for the Kindhearted and Humorous Person That He Was

Richard Daniel “Rick” Capone, 63, of Everett, passed away peacefully at home on Thursday, Nov. 19 surrounded by loving family at his bedside after a year-long cancer illness.

He is survived by his wife of 34 years. Diana (Page) and he was the loving father of Nicole Capone of Las Vegas, NV and Sean Capone of Braintree; devoted brother to Joseph and his wife, Judy Capone  and Steve and his wife, Nancy Capone, all of Port Charlotte, FL; Lawrence and his wife, Patsy Capone of Salem, NH, David and his wife, Christine Capone of Winthrop, and Karen Lorentz of Revere. He is also survived by his mother-in-law, Gail Page of Claremont, NH, brother and sister-in-law Stephen and Mary Page of Claremont, NH and three godchildren: David Capone, Jr. of Winthrop, Lori Roberto of Revere and Tommy Lorentz of Sarasota, FL, as well as by many other nieces, nephews and friends. He was predeceased by his parents, Joseph and Annie Laurice Capone, his father-in-law, Ralph Page, his sister, Jean Zaccone and his brothers-in-law, Paul Zaccone and Michael Aldrich. 

Rick worked as a CT scan field service engineer for Siemens Healthineers for thirty years servicing New England area hospitals.  He was a long-time member and secretary of the Carmen Shiavo Club where he enjoyed socializing and participating in community service (Thanksgiving dinners for the elderly, veteran events, and Christmas toy drives).  Rick enjoyed geocaching, fishing, hiking, biking, playing pool, and doing crossword puzzles.  He will be remembered and missed for the kindhearted and humorous person that he was.

A Funeral Mass was celebrated at St. Anthony Church on November 30 followed by a committal service at Holy Cross Cemetery in Malden. Arrangements by Rocco, Carr & Henderson Funeral Home:

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