THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, ApRil 28, 2023 Page 21 OBITUARIES Gloria L. (Polcaro) Juliano O f Everett passed away April 17, 2023, just two weeks s h y of her 96th bir th - day.Bel o v e d wife of the late M a r i o A. Juliano, of 68 years. Loving mother of Linda Sanders of Upton, Joseph Juliano of Everett and Cheryl Bonanno of Saugus.Grandmother of Jason Sanders, Justine Foley, Joseph Bonanno and Anthony Bonanno.Great-Grandmother of Paela & Adeline Foley, and Ruby & Rawley Bonanno.Sister of the late Mary Roberto, Esther Perna, Arthur Polcaro, Josephine DeSantis and Benjamin Polcaro.Also, survived by many nieces and nephews. Gloria was a people person enjoying family & friends, especially during the holidays. She loved all her siblings.Gloria was an avid reader and a great cook (you never went hungry).Her hobbies included knitting, crocheting, crafts, puzzles, coloring and tending to the garden.To me, Mum & Dad were the highlights of my life and if I had one wish it would be to see them one more time. Funeral was from the Salvatore Rocco & Sons Funeral Home, Everett on Monday, April 24th. A Prayer Service immediately followed in the funeral home. Interment was at Holy Cross Cemetery in Malden. John S. Caruso L ife-long resident of Everett, MA passed away on April 23, 2023, one month shy of his 7 8 t h bir th - d a y . In the weeks lead - ing up to his death, he told ever y - one the average life expectancy was 76, that he’d lived to 77 and beat the odds. He leaves behind devoted wife of 44 years Cecile Caruso, two children who he bragged about to anyone who would listen—John Buster Caruso and Carmela Marie Caruso— and a granddaughter who he adored, Allison Grace Caruso. He is also survived by his brother Richard Caruso and nephews Steven and Andrew Caruso. Son of two Italian immigrants—the late Angelo Salvatore Caruso and Angela Filadoro Caruso—he gestured widely with his hands and knew all the swears even if he didn’t speak the language. He formed many life-long friendships growing up “down the Lynde” and serving in the Navy aboard the USS Estes where he earned the nickname Hurk—short for Hercules—for his strength and refusal to back down from any challenge. He went out of his way to help others and stubbornly refused if anyone tried to return the favor. Every May he planted rows of vegetables in a small, backyard patch that caught the morning sun. He loved drinking Coors Light, going to the beach in winter, and laughing at his own jokes. He will be missed by many and warmly remembered. Family and friends were invited to visiting hours at the Salvatore Rocco and Sons Funeral Home 331 Main Street in Everett, on Thursday, April 27th. Funeral services will be held Friday, April 28th at 10 am at Rocco’s followed by interment at Woodlawn Cemetery. Arthur S. Fusco Everett, on Wednesday, April 26. A funeral was held from the funeral home on Thursday followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Mary of the Assumption Church, Revere. In lieu of flowers, donations in Arthur’s name may be made to Family Heart Foundation, 680 E Colorado Blvd. Suite 180-2005, Pasadena, CA 91101. O f Everett, passed away on April 22, 2023, at 90 years old. He was the beloved husband of Beverly (McLean) Fusco. Loving father of Linda Pellegrini and her husband Robert of Worcester, Robert Fusco of Reading and his daughter in-law Lauren Fusco of Reading. He was the proud grandfather of Michaella and Emily Fusco, and Elizabeth and Caroline Pellegrini. He also leaves his brothers Charles, William, and Edward. He was predeceased by his brother Roger. Arthur is survived by many other loving family members and friends. He was an Air Force veteran and served during the Korean War. Relatives and friends were invited to attend a visitation at the JF Ward Funeral Home,

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