Mr. Louis W. D'Angelo

  • Born: July 15, 1937
  • Died: November 15, 2021
  • Location: Stoneham, Massachusetts

Barile Funeral Home

482 Main Street
Stoneham, MA 02180

Tel. 781.438.2280

Tribute & Message From The Family


A Loving Husband, Father, Grandfather, Brother and Friend.

Mr. Louis "Lou" W. D'Angelo, of Stoneham, passed away on Monday November 15, 2021. He was 84 years of age.

Louis was born on July 15, 1937 in Everett, son of the late Rocco and Rose (Mastrocola) D'Angelo. A 1955 graduate of Everett High School he honorably served in the United States Air National Guard.

He married Rosalie P. Roselli on October 24, 1959 in the Immaculate Conception Church in Medford and recently celebrated their 62nd anniversary.

Louis's work career began as an oil burner technician for Master Fuel Company and later as a plumber for Lynhurst Plumbing & Heating Co. in Saugus as well as serving as a firefighter for 20 years with the City of Everett at the Central Station. Upon retirement he earned his Real Estate License and worked as a broker for many years with Colonial Manor Real Estate in Reading until his retirement.

A member and former treasurer of the Everett Fireman's Association, he was also a member of the American Legion-Nabnasset Post #437 and the Knights of Columbus Council 763 in Everett.

As the father of four sons, Lou enjoyed spending time at various sporting events supporting the boy's childhood activities, especially the 6am ice time at the MDC outdoor rink.

Lou and Rosalie enjoyed socializing with family and friends. Whether playing cards or going out for dinner and dancing Lou was the life of the party, known as "twinkle toes" to some.

The couple were fortunate to have traveled to Florida over many years to escape the cold as well as abroad to Europe on several trips.

Traveling to the destination of choice was Lou's most memorable and long lasting passion.
Founded in 1947 "The Cottage" in Westford, MA was the ultimate meeting place for family and friends. Cookouts, swimming, horseshoes and riding in Lou's childhood boat, the 1956 Aristo Craft Torpedo 14 was the thrill of the day--still in service to this day.

Louis is the beloved husband of Rosalie (Roselli) D'Angelo. He is the cherished father of Stephen L. D'Angelo and his wife Sue, Robert W. D'Angelo and his wife Debbie, Louis M. D'Angelo and his wife Colleen and Michael P. D'Angelo and his wife Mary Eileen. He is the devoted grandfather of Janine LaPierre and her husband Keith ,Timothy, Matthew, Nicole Lathrop and her husband Ari, Chelsea, Alexandra, Paul and his wife Sandrine, Michael and his wife Bethany, Melissa, Samuel, Vanessa and Lauren. Great-grandfather of Camryn and Kennedy LaPierre, Maisie D'Angelo and Leah Lathrop. Dear brother of Arlene Giannaros and her late husband Chris. He is also survived by many cousins, nieces & nephews.

Funeral from the Barile Family Funeral Home 482 Main St. (RT28) STONEHAM on Friday November 19. 2021 at 9 am followed by a Funeral Mass Celebrating Louis's Eternal Life in St. Patrick Church 71 Central St. Stoneham at 10 am. Interment Puritan Lawn Cemetery, Peabody.

Family and friends are kindly invited to gather and share memories with the family on Thursday November 18, 2021 from 4 pm to 7 pm in the funeral home. Parking attendants and elevator available.

Please consider donations of Louis to The Salvation Army 615 Slaters Ln #1112, Alexandria, VA 22314 or the American Cancer Society PO Box 1120, Framingham, MA 01701


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Condolence & Memory Journal

To Rosalie and Family we offer our heartfelt love, memories and sorrows for your loss and 'our loss' of a wonderful, intelligent, humorous, and kind friend and loving Husband, Father, and all his family members and work associates. He was one of those 'one of a kind' men who lived on Earth and dwelled among us. We are thankful your family were our wonderful neighbors and close friends and shall love Lou and all of your as long as we live. God Bless You All... 'Rose and Frank Pignone and Family. Hugs xo

Posted by Frank and Rose Pignone - Friend   November 20, 2021

Steve, I am so sorry for your loss. I know this all too well. We mourn our loss to ease the burden of sorrow. We celebrate a life well lived, and the gifts of his life. By all accounts he raised wonderful children and brought forth generations that are a testament to his legacy.
May God comfort you all. May he bask in the glow of God' love forever.

Posted by Marc Gaudette - Nashua, NH - Friend   November 17, 2021

We graduated together and planned many reunions He will be missed prayer

Posted by msn.com elaineyasi@msn.com - Everett, MA - Classmate   November 17, 2021

"Uncle Louie" is how I remember this kind Gentle Man. Forever the peacemaker, the storyteller, the epitome of professionalism. A great baritone and smooth dancing partner. Lou read "The Night Before Chrustmas" ar our annual Christmas parties.You were a pleasure to work at Colonial Manor Realty with.
On an ironic note. I grew up in Everett. In my teens my brother Ray also a teenager, had a band,The Starlites. They practiced across the st at the Everett City Yards on Sat mornings.Lou 's brother in law Tony Rosselli was the drummer. Lou drove him to practice many a Sat.Who knew 25 years later we would work together. Lou happened to mention his wife Rosalie's last name.I asked if she had a relative named Tony. We could not get over the irony that truly is a small world Lou and we shall dance together again! Love you,Bobbie

Posted by Bobbie Botticelli    November 17, 2021

Sweet D'Angelo's you had a precious father in Lou. My prayers for the peace of Christ are with you all as you gather to celebrate his life. Blessings, Judy Mastrocola

Posted by Judy Mastrocola - Medford, MA - Family   November 17, 2021

My Papa always had a little twinkle in his eye and a quick and funny remark a moment away when you were with him. He exuded a quiet dignity in whatever he did and a clear sense that there was a right way to do things. He was authentic, the "real McCoy," a presence our family will always miss. We love you, Papa, and rest in sweet and gentle peace.

Posted by Michael McKilen - Concord, NH - Grandchild   November 16, 2021


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