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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Paul William DiCiccio

1926 - 2021

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DiCICCIO, Paul W.  In East Boston, March 13, 2021.  Beloved husband of Marie P. (DeSciscio) DiCiccio.

Father of David DiCiccio and Anny DiCiccio, both of Winthrop and the late Victor DiCiccio.

Paul was born and raised in East Boston and attended East Boston schools. 

He served in the US Army during the Korean Conflict and later re-enlisted into the US Air Force and served for six years before he returned to civilian life.  Paul retired from Massport Police Dept. 

He previously was a baker at Boston Children's Hospital and worked for many years in several other Boston restaurants.

He was a great baker and cook and enjoyed sharing a good meal with family and friends, he will be sorely missed.

At the family's request Memorial Services will be held at a later date due to the COVID pandemic.

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Fran Riley

March 18, 2021 7:47 PM
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Dear Marie, David, And Anny, 
I believe your husband and your Dad, made the movie 🍿 🎥 with me, Maverick Square.  He was funny, and a gentleman.  A no nonsense guy who was exemplary  of of the best of East Boston.  We all enjoyed his sense of humor and wonderful stories....How he met you Marie, how excited he was when you had David, and excited again when you were born Anny.  He talked about your brother Victor when he was born.  Why?  He spoke about where your Mom and he were living.   What was going on with all of you as a family....I forgot his Nick Name, something like Panucce ?  Frankie Renzulli introduce all of us working on Maverick Square.  It was 
fun and a good experience for all of us.. Dad is up there in our Heaven a new bright Star 🌟 shining down upon you...forever.   Stay close, share your love and your tears....Keep him alive through your shared memories, and family traditions.   God bless you.!  Fran Riley

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