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Madeline Jean Porrazzo Obituary
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July 18, 2018

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October 2, 2011
Let's face each day, confident in knowing that you are hand-in-hand with your beloved Scott, kind-hearted sister, Laurie Ann, gentle Mother, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, and Niece. We'll miss you dearly, each one of us.


Auntie, you were my partner in crime and dear friend; just my size and height, I always relied on you in a wardrobe meltdown or before any big date. You'll be remembered for the best salads and letting us prepare them as a family, letting us stop-by or borrow something without having to call first, always leading us by example. I'll never forget the carob-flavored desserts and nuts, the infamous daisy dukes, always making us laugh until we cried, your soaps, and the best sleep-overs with you.

Thanks for the precious times hiking at Watchusett just in time for the sunset, being a running partner, many fun times with you and Scott, swimming at Harvard-Ridge, Walden Pond, the Plum Island. Thank you for fighting for your family and future generations by enrolling in a challenging ALS clinical trial.

I cherish your sense of humor, smile, the outstanding food you prepared with love, your "best" dresses and jelly shoes, your loving nature, your love for music, and encouragement on a bad day. You stood by us as a friend and mother.

You were a talent and a beauty; the West Acton neighborhood loved our block parties when our own, infamous, "Madello the Clown," made us balloon art and did tricks for the neighborhood children. Thanks to you, we had paper airplanes and paper dolls, always something to entertain us in the station wagon and on the way to Vermont.

Despite so many challenging obstacles, you lived your life purposefully and with courage. My loving Aunt, soul-sister, compassionate friend, your spirit is free.
March 31, 2011
I remember Madeline from high school. She was always the sweetest and kindest person and always thought of the other person. My prayers and thoughts are with Madeline and her family.
March 30, 2011
To Madeline's family:
I'm so very sorry for your loss. I knew Madeline in high school & remember her as being the sweetest person. I would run into her from time to time over the years in Acton & she always had such a sunny disposition that shone through in her beautiful smile. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. May God bless you and help you through this time.
With deepest sympathy,
Tricia (Stewart) Gilpatric
March 30, 2011
"Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, Love leaves a memory no one can steal" ~ from a tombstone in Ireland~