Category: Obituaries

Obituaries 02-08-2024

Deidre Ann Malloy Charlestown Realtor — A Larger-Than-Life Individual – And a Rare Human Being Deidre Ann Malloy of Charlestown and formerly of Holliston passed away in Naples, Florida on January 5, 2024. Deidre leaves her husband, Michael Giltrap of…

Obituaries 01-25-2024

Donald James McClair Former “Townie Kid” and Corporate Communications Retiree On the afternoon of June 21, 2021, Donald James McClair, age 87, took his final breath. He was at his Ramsey, NJ home, surrounded by those who loved him most,…

Obituaries 01-19-2024

Irene “Renie” Murphy Former Mayor of Charlestown, Longtime Owner of Renie’s Subs on Bunker Hill Street Irene “Renie” Murphy, 79, of Vero Beach, Florida, formerly of Charlestown, passed away peacefully in her sleep on January 13 at home after a…

Obituaries 01-11-2024

David Martell A Lifelong Bostonian, Aka “Super Dave” Known for This Athletic Prowess, Community Service and for His Kindness and Love of Family and Friends David J. Martell, 64, passed away peacefully, surrounded by his devoted family, on December 31,…

Obituaries 11-30-2023

Anne DeMattia Well Known Throughout the Town for Her Sense of Humor Which Remained Strong Until the End of Her Life Anne(Maguire) DeMattia, 74, a life long resident of  Charlestown, died peacefully on Thursday, November 11 at Care Dimensions Hospice…

Obituaries 10-19-2023

Evelyn Mary Scoville Very Connected to the Charlestown Community, Her Greatest Joy Was To Spend Time With Her Daughter, Her Family and Friends Evelyn Mary Scoville, 60, passed away unexpectedly, but peacefully, in Charlestown on Monday, October 9. She was…

Obituaries 08-25-2022

Allan Raymond Kueny Of Charlestown Allan Raymond Kueny, known for his wide-ranging creativity as well as his ever-present sense of     humor, died on the evening of July 13th with his wife Nan and his son Roger at this side.  Allan…

Obituaries 06-09-2022

Maurice Francis “Mon” O’Shea Past President of Bunker Hill Community College and Charlestown Historical Society Maurice Francis “Mon” O’Shea of Melrose, formerly of Dorchester and Charlestown, died on June 4 after a brief illness.  Mon had a lifelong thirst for…