Aldo-Rossini-Obituary

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Aldo A. Rossini MD

Sudbury, Massachusetts

Mar 9, 1942 – Aug 7, 2016 (Age 74)

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SUDBURY – Aldo A. Rossini, M.D., 74, of Sudbury died Sunday, August 7, 2016 at Miriam Boyd Parlin Hospice Residence in Wayland surrounded by his loving family.Born March 9, 1942 in Long Island, NY, he was the son of Joseph M. and Camille J. (Messina) Rossini. He was raised in Long Island and...

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Dear Rossini Family: I am sorry to hear of Dr. Rossini's passing. My mother told me about it. Aldo worked with my Dad at Joslin in Boston and I remember him and his family fondly coming to our house for dinner parties. Sending out prayers to you. Dr. J. Stuart Soeldner's daughter.

Dear Rossini family- My deepest sympathy to you. I worked with Dr. Rossini at UMASS Medical Center for 15 years. He was a remarkable doctor and person. I have many wonderful memories of him and I was saddened to learn of his passing. He touched so many lives not only by his work but also by his kindness and caring ways. He will be missed by many.

To Dr. Rossini's Family:
My heartfelt sorrow and prayers extend to you all. I had the distinct pleasure and honor to work with and become a friend of Aldo's during my 30 years at Joslin. Our friendship continued after I left Joslin in 1975. His ever present enthusiastic support and questions on my work in mental health supports for people with diabetes and diabetes camps is forever appreciated and valued at the highest level.
Our last full discussion a few years ago when I was...

Rest in peace Dr. Rossini

Dearest Rossini family,
My thoughts and prayers are for all of you in the loss of your beloved Aldo. I saw Aldo at many of the American Diabetes Association meetings and met many of you when Aldo received the ADA Banting Award. The passing of Aldo is a great loss of a wonderful family man, physician and medical researcher.
With Deepest Sympathy,
Frankie Stentz

Dear Ann & family,

My heart goes out to all of you. What a tremendous loss. I met Aldo in 1967 in St. Louis when he was engaged to Ann. Both of you were so cute together! They took me out for ice cream. Aldo had a smile and an Italian charm like no other! He made you feel special. We are all so blessed to have known a man like Aldo.

Dear Ann and Family

Sandy and I were very saddened to hear that Aldo had passed away. Our friendship began in the early 1970s when I returned to the Joslin from England and Aldo joined our group after his stay in the service. Despite the fact he was a Yankee fan, our friendship flourished, as did our mutual excitement about Diabetes research and our many wonderful colleagues. This was a golden age at the Joslin and Aldo will always be remembered for helping to make it so.

Dear Rossini Family,
You are all in our thoughts and prayers as you go through this difficult time. Growing up in Sudbury, I remember Dr. Rossini so well and the picture posted here is a perfect testament to the happy, good man he was. Sending LOVE to Mrs Rossini, Tony and the rest of the Rossini family. With Love, Francesca (Verri) Gove

Dearest Rossini Family,

Our hearts and prayers are with you all.
We have wonderful memories of times together in Sudbury and visits to Villanova. These memories and his giving soul will be with us forever.

You are all in our thoughts and prayers. His beautiful children and grandchildren will carry on his amazing legacy.

With love,
Lisa & Bob Carey