Beverly Panettiere

Beverly Ann Panettiere (Young)

Monday, December 30th, 1940 - Tuesday, May 19th, 2020
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Panettiere, Beverly Ann (Young) of Arlington on May 19th. She was predeceased by her husband Vincent Angelo Panettiere of Norfolk, who died on May 25, 2011. She leaves her daughter Leigh Panettiere of Arlington, Leigh’s husband Chris Mirra and their son Sam; her son Vincent A. Panettiere, Jr. of North Reading; her son James Panettiere of Sherborn, James’ wife Kristina, and their daughters Eve and Margot; her brothers and sisters in law, and many cousins, nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews.

Beverly also leaves many good friends in the Arlington Community, including the Arlington Senior Center, which was central to her active life.

Beverly’s enthusiasm spilled over into the lives of everyone who knew her. She loved to travel, dance and play games. She believed fervently in the importance of physical exercise, attending as many Senior Center exercise classes as possible. She loved spending time with her family and friends. She was a dedicated, loving mother, grandmother and wife. She kept us all on our toes with her wonderful, spontaneous spirit. We will always miss her!

Beverly will be laid to rest at the Norfolk Cemetery in a private family service. Her family will celebrate her life at a later date when all of her friends can join us.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Beverly’s memory can be made to the Arlington Council on Aging, 27 Maple St., Arlington, MA 02474. Please write "in memory of Beverly Panettiere" in the memo line. Arrangements are under the care of DeVito Funeral Home of ARLINGTON. Visit to view an online guestbook.
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Judy Harris

Posted at 03:44pm
I met Beverly shortly after she moved to Arlington. She was so open to new friendships and we bonded immediately. I was inspired by Beverly's optimism and appreciation. She always said that the gift she was given when she was born was attracting good people. I told her that was because she was so good to other people. She always had a smile when I saw her, even the time I woke her up because she had left her keys in her door! I will miss her.

Nancy Downie

Posted at 11:09am
My thoughts of dear Beverly go all the way back to our years as Real Estate Brokers. I was from Re/MAX in Foxboro and when I needed someone who knew everything there was to know about Norfolk, I would set an appointment with Bev. She was such a classy lady who loved her town and her job as a Realtor. She was a loving and giving woman and it was my pleasure to know her. We lost touch as the years went by and our lives took different paths and for that I am sorry.
REST IN PEACE, DEAR BEVERLY. You will always be fondly remembered by so many.


Becky Rusk

Posted at 10:47am
Beverly was such a light at the senior center. Even grumpy people became happy when she was around. She always had a smile on her face and was always cheerful and friendly. She will be missed by many. Praying for comfort for the family.
Becky (Meals on Wheel volunteer)

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