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Beverly Romasco

Beverly Romasco

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Beverly A, Romasco
May 02, 2020


Beverly A. Romasco, 75, passed away peacefully, May 2, 2020 at St. Mary’s Healthcare in Worcester.
She leaves behind a son, Joseph V. Fallavollita and his wife Patricia Majewski of Webster, a daughter, Cathy M. wife of Jack A. Champagne of Dudley, 2 grand-daughters; Ashley Racicot of Webster and Amanda Racicot of Littleton, 2 step grandsons; John A. and Dean Champagne both of Auburn, brother and sisters;
Jacqueline wife of Donald Schmigel of Easton, Maryland, John J. Romasco , Jr. and his wife Paula of Providence, Frances Romasco of Providence and Theresa ‘Terry’ Tedesco and her husband Richard of Shrewsbury and many nieces and nephews.
Beverly was predeceased by a son, Jeffrey V. Fallavollita in 1988, and her husband, Leonard W. Rectenwald in 2003.
She was born in Whitinsville February 5, 1945, daughter of the late John J. and Eleanor (Frabotta) Romasco, Sr.
Beverly graduated from Northbridge High School and the Long Island School of Nursing in Boston and was an L.P.N. in several nursing homes in Webster and Worcester. For the past several years, Beverly was proud to be a Presentation Associate Minister, following her love for the Sisters who taught her in Elementary school.
There are no calling hours.
Graveside Services will be Private in Worcester County Memorial Park in Paxton, due to the restrictions in place at this time.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: The Jeffrey V. Fallavollita Scholarship Fund at Oxford High School, 100 Carbuncle Dr., Oxford, MA. 01540.
The ROBERT J. MILLER FUNERAL HOME and LAKE CHAPEL, 366 School St., Webster is assisting the family with arrangements.
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05/08/20 11:00 AM #1    

Doris Lightbown (Ducharme)

Bev was a friend since St Patrick School days.  She was funny and a joy to be around.  I will miss her.  Remember her singing at class reunion?  Such a delight.  Rest in peace friend until we meet again.

05/08/20 07:09 PM #2    

Anne Vallee (Williams)

I always enjoyed Bev during the years at St. Pat's and was really pleased to get to know her again for a while on Facebook just a few years ago. She always liked to talk about her Italian heritage. One Chridtmas we had great fun joking about Dominic the donkey.
I'll always remember that. 

05/09/20 01:21 PM #3    

James Couillard

I too remember Beverly best from St. Pats. Can you believe Beverly and I were dance partners when we went to Boston TV Dick Clark dancing group from St. Pats? Now that was some fun!! Beverly will be missed, a lot of cheerfulness whenever together.

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