Longtime employee of Revere Sugar Refinery
Carmine A. Bartolo, a resident of Charlestown for over 60 years, went to the Lord surrounded by his family on September 25. He was 87 years old.
Carmine was born in Everett on September 13, 1928, a son of the late Carmine Bartolo and Mariannina (D’Amore) Bartolo. He grew up in Everett, was educated in the Everett Public School system and graduated from Everett High School in 1947. He enlisted into the United States Army on February 7, 1951 and served his country faithfully and with courage during the Korean Conflict. He was discharged on January 21, 1953 with the rank of Private First Class.
Carmine worked as a packer for over 40 years at Revere Sugar Refinery in Charlestown where he met his future wife. Carmine enjoyed coaching the first Charlestown Pop Warner Football Team and being an assistant to the Charlestown Town Team in the Boston Senior Park Football League. He also played for the Charlestown Softball Team in earlier years.
Carmine was the loving husband to Rose M. (McLaughlin) Bartolo (the couple was blessed to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary this past May.) He was the dear father of Ann Marie and Maryann and the beloved brother of the late Jerry Bartolo and Albert Bartolo. He also has been touched by the love of many dear nieces and nephews.
Funeral arrangements were entrusted to The Carr Funeral Home, Charlestown. Burial was in Holy Cross Cemetery in Malden.
Relatives and friends attended Carmine’s wake on Sept. 29th and funeral on Sept. 30th from The Carr Funeral Home in Charlestown. Carmine’s Funeral Mass was held at St. Anthony’s Church in Everett followed by his burial at Holy Cross Cemetery in Malden.
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