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Domenic J. Mastrangelo

March 1st, 2021

Domenic J. Mastrangelo, age 72, of Wilmington, formerly of East Boston and the North End, passed away on February 27, 2021.

Domenic was born on April 30, 1948, in Foggia, Italy; he was the cherished son of the late Joseph and Carmela Mastrangleo. Domenic moved to the United States with his family at the age of six years old and they settled in the North End of Boston where he was raised and educated.

He married his “sweetheart” Geraldine Iacuzio on June 20, 1976; the couple moved to East Boston where they raised their son Domenic; he was his father’s pride and joy. Domenic and Geraldine resided in East Boston for many years before moving to Wilmington over fourteen years ago.

Domenic was a talented baker who worked at Modern Pastry in the North End for many years before he retired.

Domenic will be fondly remembered as a great guy; he was kind, caring, generous and loved to make people laugh and smile. He loved his family and friends with all his heart and they will miss him dearly.

Domenic was the beloved husband of Geraldine (Iacuzio) Mastrangelo, devoted father of Domenic A. Mastrangelo of Lowell, cherished son of the late Joseph and Carmela (Giodice) Mastrangelo, dear brother of Joseph Mastrangelo & his companion Patrice Moccia of Randolph, the late Anthony Mastrangelo & his wife Linda Mastrangelo of Chelsea, Teresa Giampaolo & her husband Robert of Everett and the late Lena Mastrangelo, brother-in-law of Judy & Frederick Cornetta of Burlington, the late MaryAnn & Joseph Contino and the late Gennaro Iacuzio & his wife Camille “Dolly” Iacuzio of East Boston. Domenic is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews.

Family and friends will gather for Visiting Hours at the Nichols Funeral Home, 187 Middlesex Ave. (Rte. 62), Wilmington, MA on Thursday, March 4th from 4:00-8:00 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will take place in St. Dorothy’s Church, Main St. (Rte. 38), Wilmington, MA on Friday, March 5th at 10:00 a.m. Interment will follow in Wildwood Cemetery, Wilmington. Masks are required to be worn while in the Funeral Home and in Church.

Memorial donations in Domenic’s name may be made to the Dementia Society of America, P.O. Box 600, Doylestown, PA 18901. www.dementiasociety.org

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6 Entries in Guest Book for “Domenic J. Mastrangelo”

  1. Sam Magaletta says:

    Domenic was one of the nicest guys I knew. Always with a smile and friendly to everyone. He will be missed tremendously.

  2. Teresa Giampaolo says:

    Dear Dom you are loved and will be missed dearly. I miss and love you so much. I will miss your silly sense of humor. I often remember going out to lunch with you and friends and you never failed to ask the waitress a silly question such as “Are you free Friday night?” It embarrassed us at the table but, always made the waitresses day. I will miss you, my dear brother! Loving you Always, Teresa

  3. Robert Giampaolo says:

    Dom, Ditto to what Teresa said. I would just like to add that you may be my “Best” brother-in-law. “Why” you may ask. Because you never asked to borrow money from me. :) I will miss you my friend! Until we meet again. Bob

  4. Maryna Dhroso says:

    Domenic was an integral element of Modern Pastry. It was an honor for me to work with him . I will always remember his warm smile and his kind heart. Words can’t explain what a wonderful soul Domenic was.

  5. Denise & Noel Abello and Family says:

    Uncle Dom, you will be missed so very much. Your mischievious smile, quiet yet funny sense of humor and of course, your soft and kind soul, will resonate with all whose lives you’ve touched.

    You knew how to enjoy life. You loved good food, good people, good times and oh we must not forget how you loved the ladies, harmlessly, but still, you loved to flirt with them! When you came to Vegas you were like a kid in a candy store. Going downtown with you was an adventure and so much fun. We would watch you run, with cane in hand, chasing after all the showgirls. It was like we were witnessing a miracle! I remember saying, “Lord he cannot just walk again, he can run!” You would chase down those showgirls for a great big hug and of course a quick photo op! There you would pose all snuggled up with your head on their shoulders, in all your glory, smiling from ear to ear!

    You were a good sport, joining in on the fun no matter what we asked you to wear or do for our crazy parties, you were always all in! We will miss you Uncle Dom. We will cherish and always hold close in our hearts, all of the memories you have given us. Thank you for being such a great Uncle. We will always love you. Forever in our hearts, your nieces and nephews in Vegas ?????

  6. Terry Lopez says:

    Cousin Dom, you were the best compadre I could have asked for. Growing up, I remember you were always at every function. So devoted to your family, both immediate and extended. My life has been enriched by having you in it. Your kind soul, witty humor and mischievous smile touched so many of us. You will forever live in my memories.

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