Deborah Ann Belmonte, 39, of Saugus, passed away in peace surrounded by her family on April 17, 2013 at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. A memorial mass will be held for Debbie at Blessed Sacrament Church in Saugus on Saturday May 4, 2013 at 10:30 A.M. Refreshments will follow immediately for friends and family down stairs in the church hall. Debbie was born in Stoneham on July 24, 1973. She graduated from Pope John XXIII Class of 1991 in Everett and continued on to receive a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice from Salem State University. Ever since Debbie was a little girl she always dreamed of becoming a Police Officer
, and thru her hard work, determination and strength her dream was fulfilled when she graduated the Police Academy with special recognition awards. After the Academy, Debbie worked as a Police Officer for the City of Chelsea for 13 years. Debbie's best and most important role was as Mom. She was so proud and honored to be able to call herself Momma to her beautiful and loving daughter Sofia. Debbie loved her daughter with all her heart and soul. She enjoyed the outdoors, especially being at the beach or poolside, and most of all loved playing with her daughter Sofia, niece Jenna, and nephews Kurt and Ty. Debbie is survived by her mother Margaret "Peggy" Noumi Belmonte, sister Donna Belmonte Trumpler, brother-in-law Bernie Trumpler Jr, daughter Sofia Eon, niece Jenna Trickett, nephews Kurtis &Tyler Trumpler, sister Diane Trickett and other family and friends. Debbie is preceded in death by her father Francis "Butchie" Belmonte. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be given to the "Deborah Belmonte Memorial Fund". Deposits can be mailed to 412 Lynn Fells Parkway Saugus MA 01906 or made to any Saugus Bank location. There is also a link http://www.gofundme.com/2o6x68
that will connect you to the GoFundMe website where a donation page has been set up. All monies received will be set up in a Trust Fund for her 2 1/2 yr. old daughter Sofia. The family of Debbie Belmonte wishes to thank all our wonderful and giving family, friends and strangers who gave their time, generosity, support, concern and unconditional love to us during this most difficult time.