Dolan Funeral Home

Joseph G. Perry

Joseph Gregory Perry was born on Sunday, November 17, 1940 in Canton, Ohio to the late Andre Borges Perry and Mae Elizabeth (Gardner) Perry. He suddenly passed away from this earthly life at the age of “80” to rest peacefully in the arms of the Lord on Tuesday, December 15, 2020 in Boston, MA.

He leaves to cherish and honor the love and memory of their lives spent together; his devoted wife of almost 47 years, Brenda “Miss B”; his son; Richard G. Lyle, his daughters; Andrea R. Perry and Alicia L. Perry, and grandchildren: Joseph R. Lyle, Jahdejha L. Henderson, and Xavier L.M. Walker.

Joseph grew up from a young boy where he lived with his family on 9th Street in Canton, Ohio. His mother was from Maryland and father from Praia (Santiago) Cape Verde. He was the 6th child of his parents (11) children; he had (6 brothers and 4 sisters) of which: Cornell, Manuel, Joann, and Mary, have all preceded him in going home to be with our Savior, Jesus Christ.

During his formative years, before he graduated from Timken High School, Joseph worked at The Brookside Country Club. A meticulous, manicured and picturesque golf club in Canton. A specific and exact description of the type of style and character that he carried throughout his life.

Joseph was always known to be a clean cut type of guy and dressed sharp from head to toe. He liked to spend time with his family and had a particular set of friends that he hung out with at the neighborhood community gathering spots; known as “Cooks Park” where he loved to watch the baseball games, and “Nimisilla Park on Mahoning Road where there is a playground and basketball court.

One of Joseph’s special pastimes in Canton was singing with his friends and members of the “O’Jays”: Walter Williams, Sr. and Eddie Levert. Joseph moved from Canton, Ohio to Boston, MA in the early 60’s; where he lived with close friends that were like family to him in the Fort Hill area of Roxbury. He worked his way up from a production manager to the title of Director  of Quality Control and Assurance in the industry of Technology and Electrical Manufacturing at such companies as Honeywell, Teradyne, Micro Fab and Printed Circuit Corporation.

He got married in 1974 in Boston where his family still reminisces to this day of the spectacular rooftop wedding reception he had on Massachusetts Avenue. Joseph will forever be loved and kept in our hearts as he also to share many years of memories and good times spent together on vacations and at family reunions with his loved ones and friends.

Joseph also leaves behind to cherish special memories with his:

Brothers and Sisters: all of Ohio, John (Sandra) Perry, David (Nancy) Perry, Stephen (Sondra) Perry, Michael Perry, Margaret Gracia and Evelyn (Jeff) Gamble.

Brother-in-laws: Adelino C. Fontes, Nathaniel Willis, Henry Haynes and Carl Webb.

Sister-in-laws: Marlene Perry (deceased), Luella Webb, Judy (Vickers) Webb, Cheryl (Claudell) Wilson, Bernadette Williams, Antoinette Wells, and Geneva Carter along with many nieces, nephews and family friends.

“May Joseph rest in peace”

Betty Mae Carr

Our dearly beloved mother, Betty Mae Carr was born February 11, 1934 to the late Charlie Wheeler and Lurine Hill in Camden, Alabama and was called home on December 22, 2020.

She was a devoted member of Macedonia Christian Episcopal Church of Quinette, Florida, where she served numerous positions for many years. She was educated in the public schools of Escambia County.

She was preceded in death by husband Benjamin Webster Carr. Brothers Charlie Wheeler Jr., Spencer Wheeler. She enjoyed cooking, walking and gardening. Betty’s memories will forever be cherished by her daughters: Bessie Wilson of Norwood, Massachusetts, Ethel Sims of Canton, Massachusetts, Joyce Carr of Norwood, Massachusetts, one brother Scorpio Wheeler of Rochester, New York, two sisters Gladys Wheeler of Norwood, Massachusetts, Mattie Autry of Mobile, Alabama.

She loved her family immensely and adored her grandchildren. She was a cherished grandmother of four grandchildren, Shantá Wilson, Keisha Anderson. Tarik Sims and Courtney Williams, a host of great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, friends, cousins, and Macedonia Christian
Episcopal church family.

Visiting hours will be held at the Dolan Funeral Home, 460 Granite Ave. EAST MILTON on Tuesday, December 29th, 9:00-10:00AM. A Funeral Service will follow at 10:00AM. Interment Oak Lawn Cemetery, Roslindale.

Mary J. Connor

Mary J. Connor, of Dorchester, died Thursday December 24, 2020. She was 98 years old.

Born and raised in Dorchester, Mary was a bookkeeper for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for 38 years.

Beloved daughter of the late John and Mary (Conboy) Connor. Loving sister of Ethel T. Connor and the late Catherine Cameron, Helen Lohan, Joseph Connor, Roger Connor, Thomas Connor and John Connor. Mary is survived by many nieces and nephews.

Private funeral services and interment in Saint Joseph Cemetery will be held.

Donations in Mary’s memory may be made to Catholic Television, P.O. Box 9196, Watertown, MA 02471.

Judith Ann Alexander

Judith Ann “Judy” Alexander, of Milton, passed away Wednesday December 23, 2020. She was 90 years old.

Judy grew up in Milton and was a graduate of Milton High School. She received her undergraduate degree in History from Mount Holyoke College and her Masters Degree in Education from Bridgewater State University. She began her professional career at the Greenlodge Elementary School in Dedham, where she taught from 1957-1968. She subsequently established and taught in the Gifted and Talented student program at the Furnace Brook School in Quincy from 1968-1973. In 1973, she became Principal of McKay School in Beverly, MA, a post she held until her retirement in 1990.

Judy was a lifelong lover of history, books, sports and the arts. She loved the Boston Symphony and was a long-time season ticketholder. She adored travel, making countless trips across the globe. She was also a passionate tennis enthusiast and was proud of having traveled to attend all the ATP major tennis tournaments.

Judy was predeceased by her parents Benjamin R. and Muriel H. Alexander. She is survived by her brother and sister-in-law, Bruce and Mary Jane Alexander of Milton, her nieces Jane Alexander of Grand Marais, MN, Susie Alexander Viguerie of Atlanta, GA, Kate Alexander Catudal of Milton and many grandnieces and grandnephews. Her kindness, sharp wit and generosity will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

A private family interment service was held in Milton Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton, Office of Philanthropy, 199 Reedsdale Road, Milton, MA 02186.

Bridget (Mahoney) Driscoll

Bridget (Mahoney) Driscoll, 91, of Kenmare Co Kerry Ireland, Dorchester, Plymouth and Quincy, December 23, 2020.

Bridget was the beloved wife of the late John J. Driscoll, Jr.

Bridget is survived by her loving children and their spouses, Shawn and Mary Driscoll of Milton, Maureen and Kevin Coakley of Plymouth, Danny and Kim Driscoll of Quincy, and Kathleen and Peter Van der Graaf of Hudson, NH.  She was predeceased by her daughter Patricia Murphy and her husband Dennis.  She is survived by her seventeen grandchildren John, Kevin, Ryan, Shawn, Micaela, Thomas, Daniel, Robert, MaryKate, Patrick, Margaret, Jacqueline, Bridget, Lee, Reed, Johna and Kylie and was Great-Nana to Julie Ann, Evelyn, Riley, Abigail, Charlotte, Jack, Ryan and Gavin. Bridget is also survived by her beloved sister, Frances McKenna of Dorchester and her like-a-sister sister-in-law Ann Mahoney.  She was predeceased by her brothers John in Dorchester, and Geoffrey and sisters Margaret Downey and MaryAnn O’Sullivan in Ireland.  Bridget loved her husband’s family as well and will be missed by Mary (Nick) Driscoll, Nora (Frank) Driscoll of Milton, Daniel Driscoll of Dorchester, Mary Driscoll Greene of Braintree, Michael and Margaret Driscoll Holland of Hanover, Joseph and Mary Driscoll, Kathleen Driscoll Hynes and Michael and Ann Driscoll Moran, all of Milton, and Patrick and Bernadette Driscoll of Dorchester.  She loved all her nieces and nephews of the Mahoney and Driscoll extended families.

Bridie was a lot of fun for her children and grandchildren all who spent time with her. Christmas Eve at her house was a cherished tradition for her children and grandchildren, and was full of good food, stories and lots of laughs. She will be missed.

Bridget’s children would like to thank Mary O’Malley and Peg Ryan who took such good care of her in her last few years and became real friends. And, we would be remiss if we didn’t acknowledge the superb and superbly kind care she received since her arrival at John Adams Nursing Care in February 2019.

Due to the current pandemic protocols for large gatherings, the Funeral Mass and burial be private. At a later date, the family will be having a remembrance celebrating her life for family and friends.

Contributions in Bridget’s memory can be made to the John Adams RCF (Resident Council Fund/ActivitiesProgram) 211 Franklin Street, Quincy, MA 02169.

Monica V. Setalsingh

 Monica V. Setalsingh of Mattapan passed away peacefully at 100 years old on December 16th, 2020.

She is the beloved wife of the late Edward Setalsingh. Loving mother of Karlene Robinson-Francis of New York, Errol Setalsingh of Boston, Karrol Setalsingh of Milton, Rohan Setalsingh of Boston and the late Irone Setalsingh.  Stepmother of Daniel Setalsingh, Elaine Julal, Cocheta Setalsingh, Barbara Setalsingh and Joan Wilson. Mother-in-law to Leera Setalsingh of Milton.  Sister of Beryl Thomas of Tampa, Fl. and the late Esther Woodley.  Cherished grandmother of Aaron, Alani, Alfred, Andre, Antoine, Christina, the late DeAndre, Dwayne, Errol, Jr. Jason, Kerisha, Lamar, the late Quinton, Rohan, Ryan, Savonne, Shane and Tatiana. Great grandmother to twentyseven wonderful great grandchildren.

Monica was born in Westmorland, Jamaica and lived in Jamaica until she migrated to the United States in 1968. Monica lived a very full and rich life; she was an independent, strong willed woman who was full of personality.  She had a strong Christian value and loved to sing which drew everyone near and people couldn’t help but love her.  An excellent cook, she would feed everyone and was a mother to people of all ages.  Most importantly Monica loved her family who were the cornerstone of her long life and legacy.  She will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing and loving her.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend visitation on Wednesday December 30, 10:00am- 11:00am in Dolan Funeral Home, 1140 Washington Street, DORCHESTER LOWER MILLS.  A service will follow at 11:00am in the funeral home.  Interment Cedar Grove Cemetery, Dorchester.

Helen F. (Karpowich) Bibinski

Helen F. (Karpowich) Bibinski, 92, of Milton, December 20, 2020.

On May 2, 1954 she married Leo, the love of her life, and they had five wonderful children – Carol, Paul, Elaine, Joe and John. Outside of work, Helen and Leo loved to spend time on Cape Cod. They bought a cottage in West Dennis, and on an extra lot Leo built a new cottage with his own two hands. Eventually, they were blessed with 11 grandchildren, and the cottage was a wonderful place for many family gatherings. Helen and Leo asked their grandkids to bring friends as much as possible; one year they had 8 college kids at the house! Helen convinced Leo to take a vacation cruise. They had been on over 20 cruises to places like Alaska, Hawaii, and Venezuela.

Helen was the beloved wife of the late Leo C. Bibinski. Devoted mother of Carol B. Wells and her husband John of Weston, MA; Paul J. Bibinski and his wife Laurie of Palmyra, PA; Elaine M. Cattel and her husband Jim of Leland, NC; Joseph L. Bibinski and his wife Janet of Westford, MA; and John R. Bibinski and his wife Kathryn of Marlborough, MA. Also survived by 11 grandchildren – Dennis Cattel and his wife Margaret of Wilmington, NC, Greg Cattel and his wife Stacey of New York City, Mary Wells of Brookline, Thomas Wells of Portland, ME, Stephen Bibinski of Pepperell, Michael Bibinski of Ventura, CA, Susan and Katie Bibinski of Palmyra, PA, and Christina, Diana and Melissa Bibinski of Marlborough, also survived by 1 great granddaughter Julia Cattel.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in Saint Gregory’s Church, 2215 Dorchester Avenue, Dorchester, Wednesday, December 23, at 10:00 AM. Visiting hours at Dolan Funeral Home, 460 Granite Avenue, EAST MILTON SQUARE, Tuesday, 4-8 PM. Interment Blue Hill Cemetery, Braintree.

In lieu of flowers donations in Helen’s memory may be sent to Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy, 55 Loon Pond Rd, Lakeville, MA 02347.



………This was a favorite saying of my mother’s……….

To understand her, you had to know where she came from…

  • Two immigrant uneducated parents from Poland; mother only went to 3rd grade.
  • Oldest of 4, only girl with 3 brothers.
  • Became like a surrogate parent from an early age, so had to learn survivor skills early.
  • Responsibilities overtook her young, formative years; she needed to know + be in charge.
  • She grew up as a Depression child
  • Her very 1st pair of new shoes was at age 13!

She learned to manage money well into her future.  My mother was the “Financial Brains” for Babin Machine.  Dad called her the “Boss”!  Together , they made a great Team! 

Her favorite show was CNBC “Mad Money” with Jim Cramer, whom she endearingly called, “Big Mouth”. She enjoyed learning about new companies; she never liked soap operas and gossip.

My mother flourished in “Couponology 501” (coupon cutting).  It was a numbers game with her.  Many times, she would compare receipts to see who saved the most money.  A few times, she won when the Cashiers had to give back money at the register!

Playing cards were another significant pastime .  Pinochle and Cribbage were her favorites,  playing right up to the end of her life.   She taught her grandchildren to play over the summer; there was always a WELCOME SIGN hanging at the cottage!

My mother had a remarkable and uncanny knack for remembering birthdays.  You just had to tell her 1x and she would permanently  remember it!  Many people were in awe when she would rattle off their whole family’s birthdays!

My mother loved going to FOXWOODS Bingo and Keno.  #2 was a very lucky number for her.  One day , she decided to play all 2’s on Keno.  We were ready to leave, when she beckoned me to come over….I thought something had happened to her.  Instead, she pointed to the slot machine -it was flashing “CALL ATTENDANT!”,  “JACKPOT”,  “$12,500”!  My mother chose to take the cash , not a check.  Then, proceeded to shuffle out of the Casino with her walker, big wad of money, and a Security Escort to her  van!

She loved the Get-Away!  No complaints of any physical ailments  when she was there.  We travelled there every month for 1 ½ years.


My mother loved CURRENT EVENTS and reading the Boston Globe.   Interesting articles would be highlighted , then she would say, “Hey, read this!”  It would lead to many interesting discussions.  She always made me look good…well informed!.

My mother loved to dance. She taught many cousins and her 3 brothers.   On one of her most recent phone calls from her brother, Frank……he reminisced….

“Helen taught me to dance when I was 13 years old at Roseland’s Ballroom in Boston.  In Alabama, when I entered the Air Force, there was a new graduation class of Air Force Nurses. At the Saturday Social,  2 nurses couldn’t dance and the 3rd nurse could, who turned out to become my wife, Aunt Isabelle. They called me “Twinkle Toes” because of my superb dancing skills!  I owe a lot to my sister, Helen.


My mother always encouraged  us to travel. “Go see the world..grab the adventure!”  My mother and father became very efficient travelers, experiencing over 20 intercontinental cruises!  Bell boys always went looking for the 2nd suitcase, but there was never one. “They liked to travel Light!”


Regarding Polish Traditions, the Bulka recipe, over 100 years old, has been refined and perfected by her granddaughter, Susan, who will carry on the family tradition!  Babje is very proud of her!  My mother was well known for her famous Cole Slaw.  It was her father’s own  recipe when her worked at the S & S Deli in Inman Square.  John and I had lunch there when we were dating and he remarked, “This coleslaw tastes like your mother’s”  and it was!

My mother  loved the grandchildren’s sporting events: Football, Baseball, Volleyball, Basketball.  She was a dedicated cheerleader!   She was able to attend Diana and Melissa’s WPI Basketball game right to the end. 

Well Dad, we said that we would take good care of Mom.  I hope we passed the Test!

Thank you for all your Love and Inspiration!



Leonora (Louise) Sadowski did not know what day she was born on but only knew that it was around “harvest time.” She therefore celebrated her birthday on October 15. She was born in 1894. We do not know the exact town, but it was around Vilna, Poland. She was the only person in her family to come to America. Boston, Massachusetts was her port of entry. The Klerowski family, Louise’s cousins, sponsored her trip to America. She had an older sister, Victoria, and two younger brothers, Charles and Joseph.

When she arrived in America she boarded with Julia (Karpowich) Papalegis. That is how she met John Karpowich. John Karpowich was born on September 7, 1892 around Vilna, Poland, also. We do not know the exact town. John, his older brother, Walter, his sister, Julia, and younger brother, Thaddeus, also came to America. (Not all at the same time though.) John arrived in America on February 12, 1914; he was 22 years old. He came through Boston. Walter married Mary and they had two sons. Julia married Adam Papalegis and had 8 children. Their oldest, Stanley, and twin daughters all died of the influenza epidemic. Thaddeus married Irene and they had no children.

John Karpowich and Louise Sadowski were married on October 1, 1927 at St. Hedwig’s Church in Cambridge. Before getting married, John Karpowich bought a three-family house at 43 Springfield Street in Somerville, Massachusetts. They lived on the third floor and moved to the second floor when Helen was around 12 years old. Helen Frances was born on September 18, 1928 at the Middlesex Hospital in Cambridge at the corner of 4th Street and Otis Street. Francis Michael was born on March 23, 1931 at home on Springfield Street.

John Martin was born on June 5, 1933 also at home on Springfield Street. Frederick Walter was born on March 30, 1935 at home on Springfield Street.

When Fred was 2 years old, Louise took a job working in Park Square cleaning marble floors in buildings. She worked from 6 P.M. to midnight. A neighbor told her about jobs that were available at the Cable Raincoat Company in East Boston. It was during World War II (1941) and the company made coats for the servicemen. Louise was afraid of losing her job in Park Square so she kept that job and also started working at Cable Raincoat. She worked two jobs for about four months and then dropped her job at Park Square. When the war ended, so did her job with Cable Raincoat. Aunt Julia (grandpa’s sister) told Louise about work at Cambridge City Hospital. She worked there approximately 19 years in the laundry area. Her shift was from 7 A.M. to 3 P.M. John Karpowich worked at McLean Hospital in Boston when he first arrived. Helen remembers that his jobs almost always involved working with food. After the war he worked for the Work Progress Administration (W.P.A. – a government sponsored publics works program). Helen remembers him going to work with his lunch pail and coming home sometimes with apples that he had found while working. John started working at the S&S Deli in Inman Square as a dishwasher and then eventually as a cook. That’s where the famous cole slaw recipe came from!!

John suffered from bleeding ulcers in the early 1950’s. Eventually he had three-fourths of his stomach removed. His health was never right after that. Poor health caused him to stop work. He also had a glass eye for his right eye. Scarlet fever was to blame for the loss of his sight in that eye.

No English was spoken in the house until Helen attended kindergarten and learned English.

The Karpowich Family bought their first television in 1946. It was a combination 12 inch TV and record player for $600, which was a lot of money in those days. Helen remembers the two stations they were able to watch—Milton Bearle and Texaco Theatre. There was no family car until the boys got their license. John and Louise never drove a car. Helen was 21 years old when she got her license. Their first car was a used car that they had found in the newspaper.

Helen attended the Baxter School on Bolton Street in Somerville for kindergarten through 5th grade. For 6th grade she went to O. S. Knapp School in Somerville. Grades 7 thru 9 she was at Southern Junior High and then went on to Somerville High School, graduating in 1946. She worked starting at age 13 and continued working through high school. Her first job was at Massachusetts Eye & Ear as a ward helper. She also worked at the S&S Restaurant slicing meat and cleaning the meat case—for $.50 an hour! People needed meat coupons to purchase meat because it was during war time. Another place of employment was the Enterprise Store, a department store, where she worked in the children’s department straightening shelves and helping customers. When she graduated high school, she applied for a job at AT&T because they needed workers. While she was hanging around waiting to hear from AT&T, her mother told her to get out and get a job. She applied for a job at Blue Cross and Blue Shield and was hired the next day. The job lasted 6 weeks because the job offer came through with AT&T. August 12, 1946 was her first day of work at the phone company as a long-distance operator working at Franklin Street in Boston from 1 to 9 P.M. Every Friday night she would rush out of work to get to Roseland State Ballroom for dancing, arriving at intermission.

The first call she “put through” was Edward Everett Horton, an actor. She moved to the Belmont office and switched to a regular operator. Later she applied for an opening at Harrison Avenue in Boston and transferred there. With her own desk, she worked with installations for commercial phone hook-ups.

When she left at the beginning of January 1955 to have a baby, Carol, she was bringing home $28 a week (after taxes). It was during the last 5 to 6 months at work that she started buying AT&T stock. When she left the company, she had 12 shares!

Helen first dated Leo Bibinski when she was 17. Leo was in the Army and then the Air Force Reserves, so they didn’t date very much at first. In July of 1953 Leo asked Helen out for a date and she said that she couldn’t because she was helping someone wallpaper. The place she was 4 wallpapering was close to where Leo lived; and not believing her, Leo arrived at the house to check up on her! They were married on May 2, 1954.

John Karpowich died on March 2, 1964 of a form of leukemia/cancer of the bone marrow. He is buried at St. Michael’s. Louise Karpowich died on March 24, 1984 and is also buried at St. Michael’s Cemetery in Mattapan/Roslindale, Massachusetts.

Barry Joseph Southworth

Barry Joseph Southworth, 71, of Mansfield passed away December 17, 2020.

Born and raised in Boston to Eunice Ohrt of Dorchester and the late Ralph J. Southworth. Barry was a Real Estate Investor and worked for Home Market Foods for 32 years.  Barry loved going to concerts.  He especially enjoyed traveling down to his home in Vero Beach, Florida for the past 23 years.   Barry was an avid Boston Red Sox fan and long-time season ticket holder.  Anyone that knew Barry would say he was always laughing, had an infectious smile and was truly a “Great” man.

Beloved husband to Gail (Cline) Southworth.  Loving father to Thomas Barbato (wife Ann) off Hanson, Sharon Magnuson of Plymouth, Barry J Southworth Jr. (Laura, partner) of Manchester, NH and step father to William Becksted (wife Katja), Genevieve Becksted-Muske (husband Shawn) and Jason Becksted (wife Brenda) all residing in Portsmouth, NH.  Grandfather to Jake, Alyssa, Trinity, Barry III, Kaitlyn, James, Sloan, Austin, Samantha and Timothy.  Brother of Kathleen Connell Southworth, William Southworth, Michael Ohrt, Thomas Ohrt, Gerard Ohrt and Judith Kyousky and the late Christine Cass, James and Robert Southworth.  Barry is also survived by several nieces and nephews.

Visiting hours at Dolan Funeral Home, 1140 Washington Street, DORCHESTER LOWER MILLS, Tuesday Dec 29 from 11:00 AM to 2 PM.  Family and friends are invited. A private service and interment will be held.  To be determined at a later date a celebration of Barry’s life will be in the summer of 2021.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Barry’s memory to the National Kidney Foundation, Finance Department, 30 East 33rd St., New York, NY 10016.

Faustino (Frank) Cimildoro

Faustino (Frank) Cimildoro, age 83 of Milton, passed away on Thursday December 17, 2020. He was the beloved husband of Giuseppina (La Vita) Cimildoro with whom he celebrated sixty-three years of marriage. He was pre-deceased by his son, Frank Cimildoro.

Faustino was born in Pietradefusi Avellino, Italy, on January 11, 1937. He was the loving son of the late Maria (Tozza) and Fioravanti Cimildoro. He was one of three brothers, the late Giuseppe Cimildoro of Stoughton, and survived by Angelo Cimildoro of Milton.

Faustino immigrated to the Unites States of America arriving on Christmas Eve. He met Giuseppina at the Park Street Train Station in the spring of 1956. They later married in October 1957. In the early years of their marriage they resided in East Boston where they welcomed their son, Frank. Faustino and Giuseppina settled in Milton in 1967 and later built their own home, which was his pride and joy.

Faustino worked for the Milton DPW for 44 years where he was well known for his strong work ethic and unwavering energy. He retired from the town in 2002. Faustino and members of his family established L&C Paving and he was known for paving driveways old school – by hand. He had a passion for making wine, canning tomatoes and gardening. Faustino and Giuseppina planted roots in Naples, Florida where they enjoyed many seasons with friends and family.

Faustino was also known as “Nonno” and is survived by his daughter-in-law, Judith (Hall) Cimildoro, and four grandchildren, Julie Feeney and her husband Patrick of Attleboro; Joseph Cimildoro and Lauren Gentile, and Jacquelyn Cimildoro, all of Milton; and Steven Cimildoro and his fiancé Stephanie Irvin of Revere. Faustino recently became the proud great grandfather of Francesca Juliet Feeney.

Faustino was a humble man who had strong family values and a large heart. He is also survived by several nieces, nephews and friends, all of whom he cherished dearly.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in Saint Elizabeth Church, 350 Reedsdale Road, Monday Dec. 21 at 10:00 AM.  Family and friends are cordially invited to attend.  He will be laid to rest in the family mausoleum at the Cedar Grove Cemetery in Dorchester.

Pauline Ann (Connolly) MacGillivray

Pauline Ann (Connolly) MacGillivray, of Dorchester, passed away peacefully on Tuesday December 15, 2020 at the age of 93.

Beloved wife of 56 years to the late Colin F. “Frank” MacGillivray. Daughter of the late Thomas J. and Nora T. (Joyce) Connolly. Loving mother of Ronald MacGillivray and his wife Janice of Dorchester and Brewster, Joyce Sugrue and her husband Donald of Quincy, Colin MacGillivray and his wife Christine of Norwell and Paul MacGillivray of Dorchester. Cherished grandmother of Colin, Mark and Michael MacGillivray and Kayla Sugrue. Dear sister of the late Winifred Francis, Catherine “Kay” O’Toole and Marcus Connolly. Pauline is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews.

Pauline was a lifelong resident of Dorchester. She loved and enjoyed the company of her family. For over sixty years she was an active parishioner of Saint Mark Parish in Dorchester and enjoyed going to Mass every week. Pauline worked in the mail room at Carney Hospital for 25 years and retired at the age of 72. During her retirement, Pauline and her husband Frank had a great time traveling, especially on their trips to Ireland, Scotland and Wales. She loved spending summer days at Nantasket Beach and Castle Island with her family and friends.

Visitation at Dolan Funeral Home, 460 Granite Avenue, EAST MILTON SQUARE, Saturday December 19 from 9:30-10:30 am. Relatives and friends invited. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in Saint Mark Church, 1725 Dorchester Avenue, Dorchester, Saturday at 11:00 am. Interment will follow at Blue Hill Cemetery, Braintree.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Pauline’s memory may be made to St. Mark Church, 1725 Dorchester Avenue, Dorchester, MA 02124.