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Amy Jo Camelio

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Amy Jo Camelio, of Marshfield, proud and loving mother of Molly and Matt Cullen and Mia Camelio, loving partner to Bob McDonough, passed away May 31, after a courageous battle with ovarian cancer. Amy brought joy to everyone whose lives she touched. She always had a smile for everyone, a kind word, a silly joke, a beautiful outfit, and a way to make everyone around her feel better. She was 45 years old, her birthday an international holiday, as she always reminded her family. As a mother, Amy always knew the right things to say and do for her kids. The love she had for Molly, Matt and Mia was so strong, so supportive, and so giving. Everything she did was for her children. They were the love and light of her life. And as a partner to Bob, Amy enjoyed years of fun, love and companionship. Even during difficult times, Amy and Bob always shared a laugh. Amy and Bob gave each other the strength and love to get through these last several years. Consistent with Amys loving personality, she became a hospice nurse. All of her patients loved her gentle and kind way of caring for them. She was the perfect person to be a hospice nurse both for the patients and the families. Amy will be missed by her children, Molly, Matt and Mia; by her loving partner, Bob, and his children, Erin, Lindsay and Bob; and grandchildren, Avery, Cameron, Reese, Kyla; by her sister, Linda and husband Don and their children Brian, Will and Colleen; by her brother, Ed and his wife Dolly and their children Haley and Maggie; by her sister-in-law, Sue and her children, Louie, Emily and Stephanie; by her brother, David, his wife Michelle and his children Courtney and Chloe; by her best friend since childhood, Tracy Brennan Pomella; by Richard Cullen and his wife Christine; by her friends at Cranberry Hospice who were like family to her and who loved and cared for her till the end; and lastly, by all the amazing doctors and nurses at Dana Farber, in particular Drs. Berkowitz and Berlin, and Nurse Practitioner Ann Stewart. Calling hours were held at Cartmell Funeral Home, 150 Court St., Plymouth, Tuesday from 4-8. A private service will be held Wednesday. Donations may be made to Cranberry Hospice, 36 Cordage Park Circle, Suite 326, Plymouth, MA 02360. For more info and online guest book, www.cartmellfuneralhome.

Published in The Marshfield Mariner from June 1 to June 8, 2013
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