THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, ApRil 22, 2022 Page 23 OBITUARIES Vicki Giannelli ny Cash. His ability to make a sandwich out of leftovers was legendary, as was his love of giant bowls of cereal. May our gracious and loving God welcome him into His arms. Condolences may be sent A ge of 66. Born May 10, 1955, to the late Frank Giannelli and Anna (Chitofsky). Raised in Everett before moving to Malden where she spent most of her adult life. She was predeceased by her sister, Frances McCoy, Dolores Madigan and Diane Holmes. She is survived by her brother. Francis Giannelli and his wife Lorraine (Cloutier) Giannelli and their children. Anthony Giannelli, Sandra Ferragamo, Kimberley (Giannelli) Barry and Peter Giannelli along with their families. Vicki is also survived by many loving family members and friends including her loyal fur-friend Penny. Michael Joseph Matarazzo E ntered into eternal rest on Easter Sunday, April 17, 2022. Beloved son of Michael G. and Denise (Paratore) Matarazzo. Cherished baby brother of Matthew Matarazzo and Gina Matarazzo, Nephew of Rick and Carol Matarazzo, Angela Kelly, “Uncle” Steve Bagarella and the late Valerie and Joseph Paratore. Grandson of the late Ray and Betty (Thompson) Matarazzo and Joseph and Mamie (Bagarella) Paratore. uncle to Andrew Matarazzo, Valerie Matarazzo and Renee Matarazzo and granduncle to Nicholas Matarazzo. He will be missed by his cousins, friends in Everett and Guarapuava, Brazil; especially the loving Aryanne Souza. A lifelong resident of Everett, Michael was an accomplished singer/songwriter/poet and a running back for the 2001, 2002 and 2003 Everett High School Super Bowl Champions. Michael loved the family dogs Ozcar and Lily and they loved him. He was a big fan of conspiracy theories and Johnto Michael & Denise Matarazzo, 55 School Street, Everett, MA 02149. Aldo A. Romano O f Everett, entered into eternal rest, unexpectedly, Friday, April 8, 2022 in the Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston. He was 79 years old. Born in Salerno, Italy, Aldo lived in Everett for many years. While living in Italy, Aldo served proudly in the Italian Air Force. After the service he moved to Argentina for a while. Aldo loved classical music and was a big enthusiast of the old-time movie classics. He also loved any place with sand, i.e., the beaches. He was the son of the late Luisa (Clivio) and Dr. Mariano Romano. Beloved husband of Ana Gloria (Quintanilla) Romano for almost 42 years. Dear and devoted father of Maritza Romano and her companion, Troy Major; Cecilia Romano and her companion, Enrique Flores; Laura Wheeler and her husband, Marcus; and Aldo Giovanni Romano and his companion, Cristin Sullivan. Brother of the late Dr. Sabato Romano, Dr. Bruno Romano, Eugenio Romano and his surviving wife, Grace Romano and Giovanni Romano and his surviving wife, Patricia Romano. Loving grandfather of Selena and Gabriel Silveira, Andrea Flores, Camryn Major, Lucia Romano, and Layla Wheeler. Dear uncle of Andrew Romano, Martha Romano, Sean Romano, and several other nieces and nephews in Spain, Argentina and Italy. Loving son-in-law of Teresa Contreras. Aldo is also survived by many best friendsLeo Oliveira, Jose’ Borgia, Roberto Garcia, and Franco Castellano. Christina “Tina” (Welch) Rybnik O f Everett fomerly of Weymouth, passed away on April 16, 2022. Loving wife of Marcin Rybnik of Everett and beloved mother of Leeanna and Evalina Rybnik. She was the cherished daughter of Patrick “PJ” and OBITUARIES | SEE PAGE 24

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