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Catherine D'Andrea

Catherine D'Andrea (D'Andrea)

Monday, January 10th, 1921 - Wednesday, March 18th, 2020
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Catherine D'Andrea of Somerville, age 99, passed away peacefully on March 18. Beloved daughter of the late Philip and Josephine D'Andrea. Catherine is survived by her sister Santina Granata of Lexington and nieces and nephews John and the late Jo-ann Pappas, Carol and Frank Penders, Rosemarie Dillon, Cheryl Porzio, Denise Collomb, Joanie Atlas, Jonathan Granata ,Gary Granata,and great niece Joanie Raitt. Funeral services are private. Donations in lieu of flowers can be made to Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care of Burlington or a charity of your choice.
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Carol Reiman

Posted at 12:02pm
Catherine attended my synagogue a few blocks from her Main St. home, starting years before I joined. She found wonderful connections there and helped prepare the light food after Saturday morning service. Full of warmth, opinions, interest in others, gratitude for being part of the community, always independent and practical. So careful of her appearance, with matching colors—rose, yellow, light blue. The Temple B’nai Brith community is sharing memories of her.. She is greatly missed as an honored member of the community.
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John Pappas

Posted at 10:56am
To have had and know an aunt such as Catherine is ones reward in life. She was a remarkable and an amazing woman in my life and I will truly miss visiting her as I did so often. She is so at peace now with her keeper and we all have our own thoughts of her in our life. I mis her.
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