Philip Milano

Philip J. Milano

Friday, April 10th, 1925 - Wednesday, April 1st, 2020
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Milano, Philip J. (Phil), formerly of Arlington , on April 1, 2020, age 94. Beloved husband of the late Mary T. Alessi Milano. Loving father of Marlene Cipolaro and husband John of Lowell, and Joyce Lesanto and husband John of Arlington. Cherished grandfather of Anthony Phillips and wife Linda, Stephen Phillips, Cara Ronzio and husband Jonathan, Michael Lesanto and Stacey Lesanto. Great Grandfather of Tatiana and Vanessa Phillips, Christopher and Nicolas Phillips, and Luca and Giuliana Ronzio. Son of the late Vincenzo and Angelina Milano. Dear brother of Vincent Milano of Revere, Carmela (Mal) Infante of Revere, Joseph Milano of California, and the late Salvatore Milano, Josephine DeSisto and John Milano. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Phil was a World War II Veteran serving as a U.S. Army Medic in the Pacific Theater. He retired from Itek of Lexington where he worked on the Viking I and II Mars Landers. Phil was a former member of the Retired Men's Club of Arlington where he performed with The Singing Grandpops. Due to the current precautions surrounding COVID-19 all arrangements are private and under the care of DeVito Funeral Home, Arlington. Please visit to send an online condolence.
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    302 Elm St.
    Everett, MA 02149
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    Due to the current precautions surrounding COVID-19 all arrangements are private.


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Ron Pimentel

Posted at 03:01pm
I started working at Itek when I was 19 (1965) and the 1st two people I met were Phil and Clarence Biggar. I have wonderful memories of Phil and Mary who treated me and my girlfriend (late future wife) as if we were part of their family. Sadly, these folks are gone now but I will treasure having known them for the rest of my life.

Rod Wood

Posted at 11:04am
I worked with Phil and his brother Sal at Itek for many years. He and I used to talk quite often. He was a great guy and loved his family. You must be proud of him. I always enjoyed seeing him at the Itek reunions.

Rod Wood

Karen Striglio

Posted at 09:02pm
We were so sorry to hear the sad news. Uncle Phil was a wonderful man who loved his family. We'll never forget his laughter, his kindness, or his famous pizza! We love you all and our hearts are with you.
Toots, Ronnie, Karen, Nick, Vanessa, & Liana

Dianne Bond

Posted at 10:59am
To Phillip's family
My late mother & I used to sit with Phillip every Sunday at the old Saint James and then at Saint Camillus. Please accept our deepest condolences on Phillips passing. He was a wonderful man. Every once in a while he would make a pizza for us. It was always delicious and as good as you could buy in a pizza shop. My husband and I visited him a couple of times when he was living in Burlington he will be missed. God be with you.

Dianne & Jim Bond

Tony Dello Russo

Posted at 08:23pm
I want you all to know that Phil was a true gentleman. He was truly loved at RMCA. May he rest in well deserved peace.

Tony Dello Russo

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