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Franklin, MA 02038
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Filomena Pichierri

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Filomena Fannie (Cardone) Pichierri 96, of Franklin, died peacefully, surrounded by her family, Sunday February 15, 2015 at the Maples Rehabilitation & Nursing Center following an illness. She was the wife of the late Alfred S. Pichierri who died in 1997. Born June 13, 1918 in Douglas, Ma, a daughter of the late Vincenzo and Carmella (Salatillo) Cardone, she was a longtime resident of Franklin. Fannie was educated in Barrington, Rhode Island. She retired several years ago, having worked for the Town of Franklin in the cafeteria department at the schools. She was a member of St. Marys Church, Franklin, the Sons of Italy, and was a longtime volunteer for the St. Roccos and July 4th, Celebrations. A kind and gracious woman, she also treasured time spent with her family. She is survived by her children; Arthur S. Pichierri and his wife Mary of Niota, Tennessee, Vincent A. Pichierri and his wife Eileen of Franklin, David W. Pichierri of Blackstone and Phyllis M. Spurling of Woodstock, Georgia, a brother Louis Cardone of Greenville, Rhode Island, a sister Cora Labossier of Franklin, 7 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. She was the mother of the late Alfred J. Pichierri and sister of the late Jerry Cardone, Ralph Cardone, John Cardone, and Maggie Cardone. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her funeral Friday Feb. 20th at 9:15AM from the Charles F. Oteri & Son Franklin Funeral Home 33 Cottage St. followed by a funeral Mass in St. Marys Church 1 Church Sq. Franklin at 10AM. Interment will follow at St. Marys Cemetery. Calling hours are Thursday from 5-8PM. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be sent the PO Box 417005 Boston, MA 02241-7005. Guestbook/directions www.oterifuneralhome.com

Published in The Country Gazette from Feb. 17 to Feb. 26, 2015
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