Obituaries » ROSEMARY T. CIPRO (FINNEGAN)
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Rosemary (Finnegan) Cipro, 77 of Worcester, passed away peacefully Tuesday, April 4th 2017 with family gathered at her bedside.
Rosemary was born in Worcester, on January 11th 1940, one of two daughters of John and Alice (Stooke) Finnegan. She graduated from St. Peter High school, and earned her associates degree from Worcester State College. In 1960, at the age of 20, Rosemary married the Love of her life, Richard P. Cipro, Sr. They then began a 50 year marriage of family and love in the Greendale section of Worcester until 2010 when Richard passed away. Rosemary continued to live in their home until today. She was also employed for many years in the Medical Records department of St Vincent Hospital until she retired.
Rosemary is survived by three children, Worcester Police Sergeant Richard P. Cipro, Jr and his wife Colleen of Worcester, Michael J. Cipro and his fiancée Carolyn Trinque of Holden, Jennifer Marie Standring and her husband James of Dudley; a sister, Jean Reidy of Worcester; eight grandchildren, Stephan, Michalla, Kaycee, Jack, Braiden, Ryan, Allen & Brady; a great grandson, Emmett; a son in law, David Therrien of Worcester; Nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Besides her husband Richard, a daughter, Lori Ann Therrien and her companion Joseph DiLiddo, whom the family would like to thank for his companionship to their mother over the past several years, also predeceased her.
Rosemary was a longtime member of St Christopher church. She enjoyed the occasional trips to the casino’s, summers vacationing with her family at Hampton Beach, family dinners, holidays and special occasions where she could be with her husband, children and grandchildren. In her youth, Rosemary was an avid bowler, and actively involved in her children’s activities and involvements. She was the strength of the family, where her husband, children and grandchildren came first no matter what and remained devoted to them throughout their lives and was proud of each of her families accomplishments.
Friends and relatives are invited to calling hours Sunday, April 9th from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm in the MERCADANTE FUNERAL HOME & CHAPEL, 370 Plantation Street. Her funeral will be held Monday, April 10th from the funeral home with a procession to St Christopher Church, 950 West Boylston St. where her celebration of Life Mass will be held at 10:15 am. Burial will follow in Worcester County Memorial Park in Paxton.