Longtime Waitress for Salenora Catering Inc.
Ida (Montagna) DeAngelico, a 55 year resident of Revere, died at the Lighthouse Nursing Care Center of Revere on August 12. She was 82 years old.
She was born and raised in Boston’s North End where she attended school and lived until moving to Revere 55 years ago. For more than 15 years, she worked as a clerk typist for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Public Welfare. Concurrently, for over 25 years, she worked as a waitress for Salenora Caterers of Revere where she met thousands of people during her career.
“Ida” was a strikingly attractive woman who had an instant recall memory for faces – which made her an often requested waitress at functions and receptions.
She leaves her beloved husband of 55 years, Vincent P. “Da” DeAngelico. She was the cherished mother of : Donna F. Gigliello and her husband, James “Tony” of Revere and Vincent P. , Jr. “Sonny” DeAngelico and his wife, Kim of Rowley; the devoted grandmother of: Anthony J. Gigliello and
his wife, Rebecca of Mendon, Michael J. Gigliello and his wife, Theresa, Crystal D. Aquaouz and her husband, Mustassa “Mossie” and Jason J. Gigliello, all of Revere, Julie-Anne DeAngelico of Jacksonville, Florida, Dena A. and Dylan T. DeAngelico, both of Rowley. She is also lovingly survived by five great grandchildren: Justin, Adam, Michael, Toni and Ryan. She was the dear sister of the late John “Sonny” Montagna.
Funeral arrangements were entrusted to the Vertuccio & Smith Home for Funerals, Revere. Interment was private. For more information, visit: www.vertuccioandsmith.com