Isabella M. Veno, age 74

of Braintree

Isabella M. Veno, age 74

Isabella M. Veno, age 74, of Braintree, formerly of Weymouth and Quincy, died peacefully, Tuesday, October 20, 2020 at Seasons Hospice Milton Inpatient Center, surrounded by her loving family.

Isabella was born in Quincy, to the late Mary Ann (DiMattio) and Francis F. Veno, Q.F.D, Ret. Raised in Quincy, she attended Quincy schools. Isabella had lived in Braintree for over fifteen years, previously in Weymouth and Quincy.

She was a homemaker but as a young woman had worked at the former Quincy City Hospital and various local nursing facilities. She was a volunteer at the former Wonder Bowl in Quincy, serving as a child care professional. Isabella also delivered newspapers for the Patriot Ledger for several years.

Isabella loved children and was an active volunteer, organizing children’s events, cookouts and parties, for the Skyline Drive community in Braintree for many years. She also enjoyed gardening and going to the casino.

Most of all, Isabella was dedicated to her family, especially to her cherished grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Beloved mother of Maryanne Ivil of Weymouth, Jeanie L. Benedetti and her husband Mark of Hanover, Edward W. Murphy and his wife Annmarie of Halifax, William F. Murphy of Braintree, Jonathan M. Veno and his wife Shannon of Bridgewater.

Loving grandmother of Bruce Ivil and his wife Sara of Bridgewater, Kendall and Joseph Murphy of Middleboro, Rachel Ivil of Hanson, Sabrina and Joseph Cruz of Weymouth, Jordan Murphy of Halifax, Devin Ivil and Alexa Moore of Abington, Mary Benedetti of Hanover, Kirsten Murphy of Halifax, Ryan Murphy of Marshfield, Katelyn Benedetti of Hanover, Alex Veno of Bridgewater, and Lily Veno of Bridgewater.

Loving great-grandmother of Bruce Ivil of Bridgewater, Ema Murphy of Middleboro, Octavia Murphy of Middleboro, Hunter Ivil-Cruz of Weymouth, and Joseph Murphy of Middleboro.

Former wife of William J. Murphy of Halifax.

Devoted sister of Sandra L. Viglas Rothschild and her husband Phillip of Weymouth, and the late Michael F. Veno and his late wife M. Helena Veno.

Loving aunt of George Viglas and his companion Lisa Anderson of Weymouth, and Teresa M. Salem, DMD of Hingham. Isabella is also survived by several grandnieces and grandnephews.

In light of current events, funeral services are private.

For those who wish, donations in Isabella’s memory may be made to the Seasons Hospice Foundation, c/o 597 Randolph Avenue, Milton, MA 02186 or by visiting www.seasonsfoundation.org.

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  • Gods prayers to all of your family Jeanie. I’m sorry we can’t be there with you. Big hugs next time we catch up ❤️

  • So sorry for your loss to her children and grandchildren. Rest in peace now. with love

  • My Deepest Condolences to tou and your family.true blessings 😎🙏🙏🙏🙏🎼🌹

  • So very sorry for your loss sending prayers 🙏❤️🙏❤️🙏❤️🙏

  • Jeannie, I’m so sorry. You were a good daughter to her, and you have always been there for. your family. Love you and your family
    Cheryl Blake

  • I’m so sorry for the loss of your mother / grandmother. Rest in Peace Bella. You will be missed by so many. I’ve always considered you to be my other mom and I will cherish the memories. Love you!

  • I’m going to miss you so much stinky . Say hello to daddy up there for me. This woman was like a nana to me. She watch me since I was a baby , I grew up with all her grand babies. When I was in a struggle no mater what she would help, even picking up my son from work. I’m so happy that Aiden and my fiance got to know you. Wish you could of made it to my wedding but god had other plans. You been through alot as stubern as u where you put up a fight to be here to watch us all grow . I love you to the moon and back

  • SO VERYSORRY FOR YOUR FAMILIES LOSS…YOUR MOM WAS A SPECIAL LADY TO SO MANY PEOPLE….DIANE

  • You will always be less Vallarino I remember the day when I was married he has Seiden William M. F Murphy when we would do a lot of things when we did the PPTLR Canobie Lake cookout OK good thing I enjoy those days with you even though I’m not with the SNYMMY I will always have a place in my heart for you

  • Sorry for your loss

  • I just now heard of Bella’s passing. I was the Property Manager at Skyline for almost 10 years and got to know Bella really well. I’m so sad! She would always talk about her grandchildren and smiled when she did. Family was VERY important to her. She had a good heart. My sincerest condolences to all.

  • So sorry for your loss…Bella will be sadly missed. lauren latteo

  • Hello,
    I am not sure if your family remembers me, I have been trying to contact Bell by looking her up online last year and this year, I see she was in Braintree and the number I was trying I got no answer. My heart broke because once again I was looking for her and see she passed away. Well I am Tasha that from Washington St in Quincy , she helped me with my kids for so many years when I was young, I was there at the Christmas parties with your family Billy, Jonathan and Mary Ann and the other family. She cooked amazing and gave us all something from under the tree, she gardened beautiful an watched my kids at night when there dad passed away and I worked. She disciplined the kids but was loving at the same time so we missed her so much so hurt to find out I did not get to talk to her about the past us shopping and our kids growing up. It has been many years seeing Jonathan from around age 5 to grow to a teenager, he may not remember me and Billy had a son then. Sorry for writing to much sorry for your loss and wish I was able to find her before she passed