Daniel Costello Jr.

Dudley, Massachusetts

1950 - 2019


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Daniel D. Costello Jr., 69Dudley - Daniel D. Costello Jr., 69, of Dudley passed away, Sunday, March 17, 2019, in UMass Hospital, with his family at his side. His wife of 40 years, Carol (Collier) Costello passed away in 2013.Daniel is survived by his daughter, Erica Costello; his sister Beth...

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Dear Erica,
It is with great sadness that I reflect upon the passing of your Dad. Without trying to do so, he assumed a role in public education that had the eyes of educators and parents everywhere watching his every move. "There was no way that a man can understand and meet the needs of five and six year olds during an always demanding school year."
Your Dad never wavered from that role as he came to work each day with the enthusiasm of a brand new...

Many fond memories of first grade with Mr. Costello. The only teacher that I can remember that played cops and robbers with his students during class to make everyone laugh. Was gracious enough to allow me to ride his horses on several occasions, something I will never forget. God bless you and rest in peace.

Dear Beth, I had the pleasure of working with your Dad at Iandolis supermarket. Your Dad was one of the kindest and nicest person, I have met in my Life time. I wish I stayed in contact with him. I also lost my wife in 2011. I'm sorry about the loss of your Mother also. I. So shocked to have read this. May the both be together now in Heaven. I Love the photo of your Dad. The best of smiles.
My prayers go out to you.
Randy Croteau

Dear Beth and family,
So very sorry to learn of Danny's passing. I have so many fond memories of childhood at the Costello homestead on Colby Ave. You are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
In sympathy,
Paul Clancy
Pompano Beach FL

My thoughts and prayers are with Dan's family.
May all your precious memories bring you comfort.

Mr Costello as I knew him, taught both of my kids and worked at Naquag Elementary school with my wife (school nurse) for 20 years. Mr Costello was a great guy and we all loved him and his larger than life personality. Our most sincere condolences to his family.

I am so sad to hear of your dad's passing. He was such a sweet, sweet man. I will miss our little talks and visits with him here at Town Hall. May God bless his soul. I'm sure he is dancing with your mom who he missed dearly.

Memories are cherished forever, Loved being his school nurse. God bless.

Dan still looks the same as he did 50 years ago, when we graduated from St. Stephen's High School in Worcester. God speed to you, Dan!
Jim Blake