James C. “Jamie” Fabrizio, age 52

of Pembroke

James C. “Jamie” Fabrizio, age 52

James C. “Jamie” Fabrizio, age 52, of Pembroke, formerly of Quincy and Braintree, died unexpectedly, Saturday, November 5, 2022, at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital – Plymouth, in the comfort of his loving family.

Jamie was born in Quincy, raised in Braintree, and was a graduate of Boston College High School, Class of 1987, and Stonehill College in 1991. He lived in Pembroke for twenty-four years, previously in Quincy and Braintree.

He recently began a career at the Plymouth District Court. Previously, he was employed as a manager with Blue Cross and Blue Shield in North Quincy for sixteen years, involved with special projects.

Jamie was a Boston sports fan and had a special passion for everything related to football and the New England Patriots. He loved music and was an avid James Bond movie enthusiast.

He was devoted to his family, especially his wife and children, supporting all their many activities and accomplishments.

His was a heart of gold for everyone.

Beloved husband for twenty-four years of Maureen E. (Hendriksen) Fabrizio.

Devoted father of Rachel M. Fabrizio and Adam C. Fabrizio, both of Pembroke.

Loved and adored son of James R. and Pamela S. (Solimini) Fabrizio of Weymouth.

Dear brother of Jeffrey D. Fabrizio and his wife Trisha, Jonathan D. Fabrizio and his wife Lisa, all of Norwell.

Much-loved uncle of Anthony, Ally, Michael, Matthew, and Joseph.

Jamie is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins, and their families.

Visiting hours will be held at the Sweeney Brothers Home for Funerals, 1 Independence Avenue, Quincy, on Thursday, November 10, from 4 – 7 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated in Saint John the Baptist Church, 44 School Street, Quincy, on Friday, November 11, at 10 a.m.

For those who wish, donations in Jamie’s memory may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105.


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  • Miss you already pal. Thanks for a lifetime of friendship and laughs. Won’t be the same without you.

    My thoughts and prayers are with the entire Fabrizio family and all of us who loved him.

  • Fab, you were the best! And one of my oldest and dearest friends. I will cherish our memories together. Rest easy my friend. OBIE

  • Fabba,
    Im having difficulty with words, but have a wealth of memories of great times and important influential events with you and your family. I was lucky to know you and call you a best friend.


  • You left us far too early, friend! The Stonehill crew won’t be the same without you. Lots of good memories to keep in our hearts though.

    My sincerest condolences to his loving family. Whenever I hear a Barry Manilow song, I’ll always think of you!

  • My dear Maureen,
    I’m so so sorry to hear the sad news. May he Rest in Peace
    Much love Sher

  • My most sincere condolences to the Fabrizio family and all of Jamie’s friends. Although he had only worked with us for a short time, he was a tremendous asset to our office and we were lucky to have him. We knew we always had a go-to for the stats from the previous night’s Pats game and he always made a point to stop and say good morning to each and every one of us individually. He was a great guy and will be missed.

  • My last year at Stonehill is filled memories of Fab sitting in the Alden Tavern, not a care in the world, listening to music (loud sometimes) and always up for a visit from a friend. By the end of that year, Fab and the other guys in Alden felt like family. I was so glad to get to visit with Fab last summer when we gathered with old Stonehill friends. We took a trip down memory lane.

    My condolences to his dear friends and family.

  • Fab,
    Having a hard time believing you have left us so soon. Have so many great memories.
    I am so glad we got to see you last year down the Cape. Although we did not see each other as much as we would have liked, I always thought of you as one of my best friends. My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire family. Until we meet again. RIP my friend.

  • I have such fond memories of my childhood spent on Lisle street with Jamie, Jimmy, Joey, Tommy & John. One thing I know for sure is that Jamie was loved and cherished by his family and friends. Sending love and deepest sympathy to all.

  • Maureen , So sorry for your loss u are in our prayers.

  • Extremely sad day to hear the shocking news of Jamie’s passing. I got to know Jamie during his years at BCBSMA. An all around good person to work with. I will miss the sports talk and Fantasy Football battles we had. You will be missed!! Thoughts and prayers to the Fabrizio family!!

  • Fab and Family

    Since I met Bobby I’ve had the pleasure of knowing you and Maureen even though only a short time. I feel robbed, as I know your family does, of a lifetime of laughs and memories, like you and Bobby (and friends) had throughout college. We’re forever changed because we knew you and I feel blessed to have met you.

  • Maureen and family my deepest condolences to you and your family . So very sorry to hear of your loss . I will continue to keep you in my prayers.

  • Our hearts go out to Jon, Lisa and the whole Fabrizio family. Deepest condolences.

  • You were family to me. My heart is broken for everyone that knew and loved you. Life will not be the same. You were so caring and loving and one of the greatest friends a man could ask for. Simply put I am devastated.

  • Jeff,

    I am so very sorry to hear of Jamie’s passing.
    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

    Michael Marcarelli

  • Jamie, you were the definition of a son and grandson, friend and so much more that every parent would dream of having. I will always recall the fond memories of me, you, your brothers Jeffery, Jonathan. You lived many years on LIsle Street in Braintree. You had a short life, but such a fufilliing one. You have done more in 52 years than most people can do in a lifetime. You are at peace in heaven with your grandfather Carmine and grandmother Millie and everyone that loved you including my mother and your aunt “Aunt Mamie”. You were taken from us suddenly but your legend will live on. You proved to us the old saying “its better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all. To my cousin Pam, your mother and your father Jim, I want them to know what Plymouth Court thought of you in the short time you worked there. Your boss, clerk magistrate Adam Baler, was your boss. I know him well, he’s a great man. In the few months you worked there, they told me that you impressed them more than anybody they have ever worked with. I told them you would make a great judge and they said, no, Jamie was too kind and such an angel we would never leave here in our clerks office. How you were raised was the great expample of who you were. Rest in peace with all your loved ones in heaven. Aunt Mamie and your grandparents will guide you. I will see you on the other side where will all meet again. Love you and thank you for the example of what a fine man you were raised to be. Love, cousin Kevin