JOYCE-SARTORELLI-Obituary

JOYCE A. SARTORELLI

Georgetown, Massachusetts

Jun 11, 1940 – Jun 23, 2020 (Age 80)

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June 11, 1940
DIED
June 23, 2020
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80
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Georgetown, Massachusetts
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SARTORELLI, Joyce A. (DeAngelis) Of Georgetown, formerly of Chelsea, on June 23rd. Beloved wife of 60 years to the late Paul R. Sartorelli, Sr. (widowed 16 days earlier). Mother of Paul R. Sartorelli, Jr. and his wife Christine of Lynnfield. Grandmother of Paul R. Sartorelli, III, Joseph Sartorelli and Andrew Sartorelli. Daughter of the late Albert and Victoria (Campedelli) DeAngelis. Dear sister and sister-in-law of the late Dominic DeAngelis and his wife Margaret of Tewksbury, Vincent J. Sartorelli and his wife Sandra of Amesbury, Mary E. Mahoney and her late husband Dennis and the late Claire and Thomas Harney, the late Carol A. and Robert Cataldo. She is also lovingly survived by her uncle and friend Al Campedelli of Winthrop and many nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews and extended family members. A private family farewell and Funeral Mass was held at St. Mary's Church in Georgetown. Services concluded with interment in Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett. A Memorial Mass and celebration of Paul and Joyce's lives will be held on Thursday, August 13th at St. Mary's Church, 94 Andover St., Georgetown. Arrangements were given to the care and direction of the Welsh Funeral Home, CHELSEA. We encourage family and friends who wish, to offer condolences at this time by means of the online guestbook or to send a personalized sympathy card, visiting www.WelshFuneralHome.com In lieu of flowers, should friends desire, contributions in Joyce's memory should be directed to a favorite charity of one's choice. Welsh Funeral Home Chelsea, MA

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I am so saddened to hear this. First Paul, then Joyce. They were truly remarkable together. I met them through the post office. We shared a common love of Disney. She always thought of me when they visited Disney. My favorite princess is Belle, and they brought me back a Belle pin, that I will cherish forever. I am so sorry for the families loss. As a postal clerk, there are people whos lives touch us deeply and Paul and Joyce were those people. Tears come to me whenever I think of them. ...

I am so saddened to hear this. First Paul, then Joyce. They were truly remarkable together. I met them through the post office. We shared a common love of Disney. She always thought of me when they visited Disney. My favorite princess is Belle, and they brought me back a Belle pin, that I will cherish forever. I am so sorry for the families loss. As a postal clerk, there are people whos lives touch us deeply and Paul and Joyce were those people. Tears come to me whenever I think of them. ...

Dear Deangelis Sartorelli Families

I wash to extend my personal and class (1958 CHS) condolences.
Joyce was a friend, neighbor (Mill Hill) and class mate (secretary of our class).She was always a positive presance in any group. Her talent as a performer has always remained in my memory as she entertained us in her back yard.
Ed LeClair, President CHS 1958

I am joyce's cousin. Her Father Al and my Father Harry were brothers. My Mother (Lucy) and Joyce's Mother Vicki were great friends and we always got together as a family.
When Joyce was young she used to pantomime to songs and would always put on a show for the family. Sometimes I would help her got to places to do a show. We had lots of fun together.
I am so glad she had a good life and a wonderful family and was so well thought of by many people. I will miss you Joyce, Love...

Please accept my condolences on the loss of Joyce. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

I have the fondest memories of Joyce as a dance teacher and mentor. She was kind, humble, beautiful and inspiring. She used her God-given talents for the good of others. She will be missed dearly. My heartfelt condolences to her family.

Joyce was such a wonderful gift to St Rose School. The students, faculty and staff absorbed so much from her. Gods gift of dance, along with her kindness and thoughtfulness touched so many lives. I feel that I have to witness, not only for myself and other Priests of St Rose, but especially for the many Sisters of Providence who were so touched by her great generosity of Spirit. Most of them are gone now and I smile thinking of Joyce & Paul sharing an eternal show with them.

Heartfelt sympathies to all. My love and admiration for Joyce is endless. I know in my heart that she and Paul are safe and sound in the arms of God. May the memories you have tucked safely away in your hearts see you through difficult time and hope you know that many are keeping you in their thoughts and prayers.

To the Sartorelli and DeAngelis Families, deepest sympathy at the passing of Joyce...she brought such joy and class to all she touched and to whom she taught the performing arts...from my wife, the late Janet (MacPherson) Welsh and my daughters, who were all her students, Amy Criswell, Karyn Fortune, and Nancy Bickford...may Joyce rest peacefully an never lose that beautiful smile.