Annie L. (Gould) Campitelli, age 101

of Quincy

Annie L. (Gould) Campitelli, age 101

Annie L. (Gould) Campitelli, age 101, a lifelong Quincy resident, died peacefully, Tuesday, October 20, 2020, in the comfort of her son’s home, surrounded by her loving family.

Annie was born in Quincy, to the late James and Frances (Clawson) Gould. Raised and educated in Quincy, she was a graduate of Quincy High School, Class of 1937.

She was a homemaker but as a young woman had worked as an assembler at the former Raytheon Corporation in Quincy and later for the Allied Box Company in Dedham.

Annie was a strong and active woman all her life. She was dedicated to her family and loved spending time with her many grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren.

Beloved wife of the late Carmine C. Campitelli.

Devoted mother of William G. Campitelli and his wife Derelyn of Hanover, the late Charles C. Campitelli and his late wife Linda.

Loving grandmother of Dean Campitelli of Weymouth, Nancy Campitelli of Florida, Darin Campitelli of Taunton, Charles Campitelli of Quincy, William Campitelli and his wife Michelle of Bridgewater, Scott Campitelli and his wife Jill of Hanson, Tina Cary and her husband Neil of Rockland.

Much loved great grandmother of Courtney, Giovanna, Isabella, Mia, Darin, Jr., Dylan Campitelli, and Abigail Cary. Cherished great great grandmother of three.

Dear sister of Lillian Barrett of Kingston and pre-deceased by Thomas Gould and Frances Kyller. Annie is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

In light of current events, funeral services are private.

For those who wish, donations in Annie’s memory may be made to Hospice of the South Shore, 30 Reservoir Park Drive, Rockland, MA 02370.


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  • What a woman; “Sharp as a tack” doesn’t begin to describe her.
    We had some wonderful conversations at church.
    She had an outlook on life that more people should have (probably the reason she had such a long fruitful life and supportive family). Annie will be missed by the Romeri family.. Many thanks to
    her family for sharing her with the church and us.

  • I remember Annie in Church. What a wonderful woman she was. We would share the Elevator with Bob on his scooter and her with her walker and me holding the door for them to get in or out then pushing the buttons for our ride up. She was so delightful and always had some wonderful comments to say. She will be missed by her loving family and her church family as well. May you rest in Peace Annie.
    Praying for you family as they grieve your loss.
    Laurie Gohl

  • My condolence to you and your family.

  • Annie Campitelli brought a warm and wonderful presence to her church. She had a beautiful smile, quick wit and dazzling blue eyes. Oh, how I will miss her… and I give thanks to God for her life among us.

  • Billy and Derelyn, I’d like to pay my respects to you and your family. You will be in my thoughts. I hope your family is well.