Darliene M. “Dee” Stuart, age 50

of Quincy

Darliene M. “Dee” Stuart, age 50

Darliene M. “Dee” Stuart, age 50, a lifelong resident of Quincy, died Thursday, December 31, 2020.

Darliene was born in Quincy, to the late William J. and Darliene M. (Pike) Stuart. Raised and educated in Quincy, she was a graduate of Quincy High School, Class of 1988. She then received an Associate’s degree from Quincy College.

Devoted mother of Kristine E. “Krissy” Wilson.

Sister of Tammy L. Minor of Quincy and her late husband Lewis, Randy J. Stuart and his wife Jennifer of North Carolina, Richard A. Stuart and his companion Sandy of Weymouth, Scott E. Stuart and his wife Diana of Braintree, and the late William J. Stuart and his surviving wife Sherri Ann of Rockland.

She was predeceased by her longtime companion, Sterling Edison.

Dee is survived by her lifelong friend and Krissy’s godmother, Michele Babineau.

She is also survived by many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

In light of current events, funeral services were private.

For those who wish, donations in Darliene’s memory may be made to the Joslin Diabetes Center, 1 Joslin Place, Boston, MA 02215.


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  • I still don’t want to believe your gone…. we have been friends for 35 plus year’s Dee watch over your daughter your brothers and your sister…
    To your Family I am so saddened by this tragic loss…. and pray you all come together as a Family

    May Dee Rest In Peace
    Love to you all

  • Sorry for your loss Dee was a friend of mine for over 30 yrs. She will be sadly missed.

  • Krissy, Tammy, Randy, Scott, Ricky and all the extended family, I am so sorry for your loss. Dee was a very special person and she will be truly missed by everyone that knew her, especially me. I’ve been thinking of some of the funny and crazy things we did when we were younger and those memories have definitely put a smile on my face this week and made me laugh. I know that Dee would not us to be sad but to remember her with warm and loving memories. May you take comfort in your memories and knowing that she has gone to heaven and is watching over each and every one of us. RIP Dee, I love you!

  • I am so sorry about the passing of Darlene. She was a very good high school friend of mine and through Facebook we were able to keep in touch. May she rest in the sweetest peace with the Angel’s who have gone before her. My sincerest condolences to the entire family and loving daughter.

  • Dee, you were a beautiful soul with a heart of gold. I treasure our conversations . I will always remember that giddy smile and warming stories you would tell when Krissy was in your belly. You had a way of making the days a little brighter. I’m glad I have the blanket you made me to snuggle with and think of the warm memories you brought to all that had the pleasure of your presence. Krissy you know your mom will never leave your side. Speak her name and she will be there listening.

  • My condolences on Dee’s passing. I was friends with her in school. She will be missed

  • I just want to send my condolences 💐 where I am disconnected from the family now! I still want to send my love ♥️ And I want you to all know I am thinking of you all during this trying time! May you rest in the sweetest peace Xx

  • I’m sorry for the families loss.. my condolences to krissy.. dee was a friend and neighbor.. she will be and is missed.. I hadn’t spoken to her recently but she’s been on my mind and will always be in my heart.. sleep in the sweetest peace dee

  • Dee was a beautiful, kind,generous woman & friend. She had a great sense of humor and a beautiful smile! She was also a very devoted,loving,nurturing mother who would move heaven and earth to make sure her daughter was happy and had everything she needed and wanted in life. Her daughter was the center of her world. On my last birthday I asked for donations to Salvation Army and she donated generously. Because that was another quality she possessed, generosity. I was blessed to know you Dee. And I will see you again when I’m called home. Say hello to Steri for me.😊 Ill pray for everyone she left here and loved. Peace,Love & Prayers, Jeanine

  • Darlene… May you rest in peace! To the family, I want to send my condolences and let you know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

  • My Condolences to Krissy and Family I remember Dee growing up she was like another big sister to me. Pamela and I have found memories God Bless you Dee you are in Sterrys arms now. Pamela.

  • Dee. You will be missed. Prayers and thoughts for you and your family. May you Rest in Peace.