Emily F. “Lee” (Swan) Cascarano, age 78

of Randolph

Emily F. “Lee” (Swan) Cascarano, age 78

Randolph, Emily F. “Lee” (Swan) Cascarano, age 78, a longtime resident of Randolph, died peacefully, Monday, February 4, 2019, in the comfort of her home, surrounded by her loving family.

Lee was born in Boston to the late Robert and Winzola (Morton) Swan. She was raised and educated in Quincy and Dorchester. She had lived in Randolph for fifty-two years, previously in Quincy.

Lee was employed as a hostess and waitress in the restaurant industry for many years.

She enjoyed cooking and participating in family gatherings. Most of all, Lee was devoted to her family, actively supporting their activities and accomplishments.

Beloved wife of the late Francis N. “Frank” Cascarano.

Devoted mother of Mark F. Cascarano and his wife Tammy of Randolph, and Lisa M. Cascarano of Bridgewater.

Loving grandmother of Anthony M. Cascarano of Randolph and Jonathan D. Cascarano of Worcester.

Dear sister of Robert Swan and his wife Jean of Carver, Richard Swan and his wife Linda of Braintree, Ronald Swan and his wife Claire of Weymouth, Russell Swan and his late wife Diane of Brockton, and the late Reed Swan.

Lee is also survived by her brother-in-law, John Cascarano of Davenport, Fla.; her sister-in-law, Mary Cascarano of Quincy; as well as many nieces and nephews.

Funeral Services will be conducted at the Sweeney Brothers Home for Funerals, 1 Independence Avenue, Quincy on Friday, February 8th at 10 o’clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Visiting hours at the funeral home Thursday 4 – 7 p.m. Interment Saint Mary Cemetery, Randolph.

For those who wish, donations in Lee’s memory may be made to the American Cancer Society, 30 Speen Street, Framingham, MA 01701-1803.

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  • Aunt Lee I will treasure every memory made with you. You were my idol so beautiful inside & out. The days at your pool with the whole clan were amazing. Thank you for being my moms best friend & I’ll never forget Wish I had some candy😂
    I love you & we will all be together again & there will be no more tears and goodbyes. I love you Rest in Paradise Beautiful ❤️

  • I moved to Randolph at age 13 and lived across the street from Lee’s home. I baby-sat for all the kid’s on the street including Lisa and Mark. Lee was fun to be with. I spent a lot of time over the house and Lee was always welcoming. We would sit and have coffee and there was always something to nush on at the table. She told me much about her life, her parents and brothers. We shared great many stories and we would have many laughs while folding clothes at the dining room table. As a young teen she treated me like a little sister, dyed my hair and I would watch her whip up those rollers in her hair, put on make up and and she was georgeous. I had fun when they hosted parties. She would then send me home when the music and commotion got louder, adult time. Our relationship and friendship was loving, she was always kind and a person proud to call my friend. She holds a place in my heart and I’ll keeps those memories forever. I adore you Lee. Rest in peace and I’ll see you again over the rainbow. ❤

  • I met Lee in the swimming pool at S. Shore Hospital in September of 2013. We talked and giggled while we did our exercises. It made exercising painless and it flew by quickly. After she stopped coming, we talked on the phone frequently, often daily. I’ve already been missing her greatly since she became ill. I guess one day if I’m with you, I’ll tell you that story . . . love you a giggle and a bunch.

  • Well lee we were more like sisters 72 years of friendship that’s a life time and a lot of ups and downs laughs and tears. We sure had some good times.I thank u for my meeting my husband Tom.hear we are 62 years together. I love you an well miss you so much like I told you save me a good spot near you in heaven till we see each other again love Ya .

  • Robert, Jean, Eva & “Swany”

    I’m so sorry for your loss. No words at this time will take away the pain. Hopefully, having the comfort of Family & Friends will help. Just remember you now have another Angel to watch over & protect you.

    Take care.
    Hugs,
    Carol McCarthy