Vincie DeRose

Vincie Teresa DeRose (Militello)

Friday, January 4th, 1963 - Monday, April 20th, 2020
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DeRose, Vincie Teresa (Militello), 57, passed away at her residence in Arlington, MA from COVID-19.
Vincie was born on January 4,1963 in Gloucester, MA. to Matteo and Caterina Militello. She attended Gloucester High School and Salem State College . She married Antonio DeRose of Calabria, Italy and eventually settled in Arlington MA. Vincie was a devout catholic.

In her spare time, she enjoyed reading and knitting. She loved returning to Gloucester to visit friends and family especially her Aunt Rosalia (Lia) Militello who she cherished like a mother and was treated like a daughter. She enjoyed traveling to her parents’ home town of Trappeto, Sicily also to Calabria, Italy and Florida to visit family and friends. She always had a smile and a twinkle in hers eyes. She will be sadly missed by all who knew her and loved her.

Vincie is survived by her sisters Kristina Ferrara & her husband Vito from Sicily, Maria (Militello) Russo & her husband Giuseppe from Florida/ Venezuela, Geri (Militello) Ferrara & her husband Francesco Paolo from Sicily, her brother Anthony from Gloucester, her in laws in Calabria, Italy and her many nieces and nephews who she loved and was loved by. Jimmy Ferrara & his wife Mariangela from Sicily, Caterina (Ferrara) Carta from Germany, Matteo Ferrara & fiancé Stefani Rumeo from Sicily, Angela (Russo) Caradonna & husband Pasquale from Florida, Anthony Russo & wife Antonietta from Florida, Matteo Russo & wife Kelly also from Florida, Maria (Ferrara) Spinella & husband Francesco from Sicily, Gimmi Ferrara & Angelica Chiaramonte from Sicily Matteo Ferrara from Sicily, Steven Militello, Caterina Militello, Matteo Militello from Gloucester and her 14 great nieces and nephews. Aunts, uncles and many, many cousins and lifelong friends. Vincie was predeceased by her parents Matteo & Caterina Militello.

Due to the current precautions surrounding COVID-19, all arrangements are private and under the care of DeVito Funeral Home 1145 Mass Ave., Arlington. Please visit to view an online guestbook.
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Debbie Gillis

Posted at 05:18pm
Antonio and family,
Our deepest condolences to you. Vincie loved her husband and cared deeply for him. She like to talk about her family especially new arrivals and shared photos of them.
I was blessed to have Vincie as a lifelong friend. I always admired her quick wit and cooking abilities. She was a gracious host and always kind. She had a mischievous spirit which made her fun to be with.
Our hearts are broken at this terrible tragedy. We send you our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
Debbie and Jim Gillis

Marie Mondello

Posted at 01:12pm
Dear Antonio and Militello family,

I am deeply sorry for your loss. I know she loved you all so much. She was always talking about her family.
She was a dear friend with a genuinely kind heart. I will miss her more than I can say.
I pray God gives us all the strength to heal from this incredible loss.

Marie Mondello

Kim Young

Posted at 02:01pm
Antonio, I am heartbroken over the loss of Vincie.
She was a lifelong dear friend who loved you, her family and friends so much.
Remember the happy and fun times that you two shared.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

Kim Young and Rich Quaglia

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