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Michael Francis Daniello

April 25, 1927 ~ May 1, 2019 (age 92)
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Age 92 passed away peacefully on Wednesday May 1, 2019 at Saint Patrick’s Manor in Framingham surrounded by his loving family. Born in Boston and raised in Dorchester, Michael was the son of the late Francesco D’Aniello and Saveria Baldassre.  He was devoted husband of the late Ursula (Visconti) Daniello for 68 years and was a Natick and Framingham resident for over 60 years before becoming a resident at Saint Patrick’s Manor. 

 

Michael graduated from Boston Technical High School and then entered the US Coast Guard stationed at Sandy Point Lighthouse in Annapolis, Maryland.  He spent most of his career working as a Machinist in the WH Nichols Company of Waltham which then became Parker Hannifin Company where he stayed until his retirement.

 

Michael's greatest joy was spending time with his family and was passionate about being present with every milestone in the lives of his grandchildren.  He so enjoyed gardening and took great pride in his home.  He was happiest spending time on Cape Cod where he had a second home for many years as he loved being by the sea.  Michael was best known for his great sense of humor and joy for life.

 

Michael is survived by his four daughters, Diane Loflin of Auburn, Donna Clark of Tyngsboro and her late husband John Clark, Debra Walsh and her husband Brooks of South Dennis, Michelle Jannarelli and her husband Domenic of Bellingham; his six grandchildren Danielle Dowd, Emily Murray, Michael and Jennifer Clark, Matthew and Tyler Walsh and great grandson Lucas Dowd.  He is also survived by his sister Mary La Plante of Medfield and the late Lucille Daniello and Mildred Daniello Magistro.  Sister-in-law of Barbara Visconti of TN.  Also survived by many nieces and nephews. 

 

Relatives and friends are invited to a Mass of Christian Burial in celebration of his life in Saint Patrick Church 44 East Central St. (Rt. 135) NATICK on Monday May 13th  at 10am.  Interment will follow at St. Joseph Cemetery, West Roxbury. 

 

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In lieu of flowers donations in memory of Michael may be made to Saint Patrick’s Manor 863 Central St Framingham, MA 01701.  

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