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Mary E. (Breen) Silvestrone

Stoughton, Massachusetts

Jun 17, 1936 – Dec 28, 2017 (Age 81)


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Farley Funeral Home Obituary

Mary E. (Breen) Silvestrone, 81, a longtime resident of Stoughton, died peacefully at Southeast Rehabilitation and Skilled Care Center in Easton on Thursday, December 28, 2017. She was the wife of the late Angelo D. Silvestrone. Daughter of the late Patrick and Katherine (Noonan) Breen, she was...

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Mary .
The most accepting and autonomous woman in the world !
Writing this from personal experience and love for Mary.
She and Angelo basically adopted an 18 year old, when they had 4 teens of their own.
Beautiful and peaceful children that were always easy and joyous to be around.
Gary was their new biker son.
My boyfriend then and for the next 10 years, husband for 19 years ,and x now.
He had been kicked out of his own home and joined the Silvestrone...

I will miss my Aunt and Friend, you were the best playmate ever, we had so much fun every Saturday shopping at weird markets and eating at new were my sounding board and my balance. Thank you for sharing your beautiful mother with me she loved you kids so much and her grand kids even more, she filled such a void in my life and she will be sorely missed. Thank you Mary for the love you shared with me I will never forget you lovie...ever. Rest.

So sorry for the families loss! Mary was wonderful, we shared many laughs and talks at work! She'll always be in my memories of the Brookline infant toddler center of newton (bitc) we worked together for many years! I've learned a lot from her through the years, with cooking advice and life lessons! I send my prayers to her family! She was a great women. Rest in the sweetest of peace Mary!

I worked with Mary at BITC & always refereed to her as MY Cook. I loved Mary, she took care of me espically on pasta Mondays mine was always set aside.. I gave her A Christmas story years back. I hope she was able to watch it. Thank you again Mary, may you rest in the sweetest paradise. Love, Rosie

I'm so sorry for your loss Lisa. Hugs & prayers for you & your family during this very difficult time.

A true lady with a beautiful soul...

Please know that I am thinking of you with love, and hoping that your treasured memories will bring you comfort. She loved you all so very much. Words cannot express the sorrow and sadness in my heart. I miss my friend. ~Donna~

My condolences to your family, so sorry for your loss.

My condolences to The Silvestrone family. I worked with Mary for many years at BITC, where she spoiled us with home made fried dough, tuna melts and the best mac and cheese ever. I'll always cherish our chats about life and the way she gushed over her children and grandchildren. Many parents attributed Mary as the reason why their children ate vegetables, Mary had the magic touch. Rest In Peace Mary, your family are in my thoughts and prayers