Elena (Carini) DiMaio
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Gloucester - Elena (Carini) DiMaio, 88 years, of Gloucester, passed away after being very ill over the last year on Tuesday evening, November 19, 2019 at Beverly Hospital. She was the beloved wife of the late Vincenzo DiMaio. Born in Sicily, Italy, daughter of the late Antonio and Caterina (Balistreri) Carini. She immigrated to the United States in 1973 and resided at the "Fort" for many years prior to moving to her home on Gaffney Street.
Mrs. DiMaio was a communicant of Holy Family Church in Gloucester for many years. She was also an avid gardener who adored flowers. Elena also had a love for cooking and sharing her meals with her loving family.
Surviving her are two daughters, Maria Cracchiolo and her husband John and Felicia Sciortino and her husband Saverio all of Gloucester; three sons, Isidoro DiMaio and his wife Grace, Joe DiMaio and Domenic DiMaio and his wife Anne all of Gloucester; one sister, Giuseppa Sanfilippo of Gloucester. She was also the grandmother and great-grandmother of many. Elena was predeceased by her son, Salvatore DiMaio and many siblings.
Her Funeral Mass will be held at Holy Family Parish, St. Ann's Church, 60 Prospect Street, Gloucester on Saturday, November 23, 2019 at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Burial will be at Calvary Cemetery, Gloucester. Information, directions, condolences at www.campbellfuneral.com.
Published on November 22, 2019

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Rosalia
Nov 25, 2019
Ho perso il piacere della tua compagnia, la gratuità del tuo affetto, la serenità dei tuoi consigli, ho perso la tua quiete e la tua comprensione, ho perso i tuoi sorrisi e le tue pietanze....ho perso, anzi abbiamo perso quel poco amore che c'era rimasto sulla Terra, quella Terra che non vivi più. C'è una ragione per ogni cosa, anche alla morte, e c'e anche una ragione all’amore che abbiamo perso. Se la morte ti ha portata via, rimane sempre l'amore per te. E' vero non possiamo più vederti sorridere, non ti portiamo piu da mangiare, non ti pettiniamo piu i capelli, non ci prendiamo più cura di te...tutte queste cose sono finite, ma ci facciamo forza con la tua memoria e il tuo ...ricordo, che giorno per giorno diventano la nostra compagnia, la conserviamo e ci viviamo insieme. La vita ha un termine ha una fine...la tua memoria no, il tuo ricordo mai.
Arrivederci Grande Mamma.
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Donna Cooke
Nov 22, 2019
Oh "Momma", I am so sorry to hear of your passing. It was such a highlight of my day to see you. I hope you are resting now and have found peace.
Thank you for being such a ray of sunshine. I will keep you in my heart always.
Much love,
Donna