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Mrs. Dorothea Rose (Basso) Golini
March 22, 1918 - October 14, 2017
Stoneham, Massachusetts

Carole and I send our prayers to the family. We remember the Golini's through Karen and her membership in the Ski Club.
Carole and Howard Dimmick

Posted by: Howard Dimmick - Fort Collins, CO - Friend
Oct 27, 2017


We are so sorry to hear about Dorothea. My mom and dad were very good friends with her and had good times with her at their trailer at silver lake in new hampshire. Our deepest dympathy.
Gerry mann and Dorothy Gallagher

Posted by: Gerry Mann - Methuen, MA
Oct 21, 2017

Dear Donald and Karen,

Charlie and I would like to express our deepest sympathy to you on the loss of your mother. I can't picture a time when there wasn't a smile on her face, she always had a warm and inviting way about her whenever we were in her company. I have many wonderful memories of times she and your Dad spent with my parents both in Stoneham and Hyannis, they were almost inseparable. I can almost imagine the four of them together again catching up on old times.

She was truly blessed with a long life and we know how much she will be missed. We will keep you and your family in our hearts and prayers.

Jan and Charlie

Posted by: Jan (Chiulli) Haggerty - Centerville, MA - Family Friend
Oct 17, 2017

To the Golini Family,

Out deepest condolences over the loss of your lovely Dorothea. She was indeed a gift not only to her beautiful family but to everyone her life has touched here on earth. We really enjoyed visiting with Dorothea at the annual Christmas party i and celebrating many family events through the years. She had a wonderful sense of humor and with her quick wit we had many a laugh together. What a wonderful long life she lived with her devoted family always by her side. As a woman of faith, Dorothea is indeed united in heaven with her husband, sister Evelyn, and all those loved ones who have gone before her. We will forever keep Dorothea in our minds and hearts - may she rest in eternal peace.

With love and sympathy, The Litterio Family

Posted by: Eileen Litterio
Oct 16, 2017