Catherine (Spoletti) Greene

July 29th, 2013

Catherine (Spoletti) Greene, 94, a long-time resident of Wilmington, MA, died peacefully at home on July 25, 2013.  Catherine was the wife of the late Charles Greene, devoted mother of Richard Graham of Wilmington, cherished daughter of the late Severio and Faustina “Meri” (Valentini) Spoletti, dear sister of the late Vincenzo, Frank, Giovanni, Vincent, Diane, and Ida.

Funeral arrangements for Catherine will be private.


5 Entries in Guest Book for “Catherine (Spoletti) Greene”

  1. Jean DeAngelis Chang says:

    I was so sorry to read that your mother passed away. Just seeing the announcement brought back so many memories–when we were young up at our little house on Ballardvale Street, and then all the gallons of Coca Cola we went through when we lived on Salem Street, listening to records you would bring over. I want to extend my condolences, thoughts and prayers to you for your loss.
    All the best,
    Jean (DeAngelis) Chang (Skip’s sister)

  2. sonja myrstad hall says:

    So sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. She was such a sweet woman. She was such a happy person and kind to all your friends.

  3. Barbara Morse says:


    Bob and I were so very sorry to hear of your mothers passing. She was such a kind and wonderful friend to Gert , June, and their cousins Pauline and Louise Lane. Always so cheerful energetic and so hard working. Again so very sorry for your loss.

    Barbara and Bob Morse

  4. Marty McCabe (Elwell) says:

    Sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. Seeing your Mom’s name brought back nice memories. I lived around the corner from you and whenever I saw your Mom sitting on her front steps I would sit with her and we would just talk. She had a nice laugh, I remember that. She always offered me candy. I think she worked at a candy company in Boston. I hope your wonderful memories with your Mom gives you some measure of comfort.
    Marty McCabe (Elwell)

  5. Paula Jones Laine says:

    We are sorry to hear of Kay’s passing. She and her late husband, Charlie, were good friends of our parents Barbara and Dave and family. Kay was always happy and could cheer anyone up. She was a warm and kind hearted soul, very down to earth and made friends wherever she went. Sorry to hear she has left us. Sincere condolences to her family on their loss.

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