Jennie E. (Pandolfo) Palmieri, age 95

of Milton

Jennie E. (Pandolfo) Palmieri, age 95

Jennie Evelyn (Pandolfo) Palmieri, of Milton, passed away peacefully, surrounded by her family, on Saturday, April 17, 2021, at the age of 95. Jennie was the beloved wife for fifty-four years of the late Domenick A. Palmieri.

Jennie was born, August 5, 1925 in Somerville, the daughter of Palmina and Joseph Pandolfo. In Boston, she attended the Columbus School and the Michelangelo Jr. High School, where she was a member of the Aristos Society for honor students. Jennie graduated from Medford High School in 1942 and from Fisher Business College in 1944. She was employed as a secretary and bookkeeper for National Transitads, Inc. from 1942-1949. She also worked for two years at Liberty Mutual Insurance Company and for one year for the Town of Milton. Jennie also served as an Administrative Assistant to the Director of the Archdiocesan CCD at the Chancery in Brighton on a part time basis for nine years.

Jennie enjoyed cooking, baking, reading, playing Scrabble and completing crossword puzzles. She attended many activities at the Milton Council on Aging. Throughout the years, Jennie and Dom enjoyed traveling with her sister, Natalie, and her husband, Nick. After their husbands passed away in the same year, Jennie and Natalie spent a great deal of time together. Jennie particularly enjoyed their trips to the Cape and their “mall shopping”.

Jennie was the last surviving of seven Pandolfo siblings. She was predeceased by her sisters, Rose Angelo, Natalie Barbadoro, and Vincenza Tangherlini, and by her brothers, Antonio Pandolfo, Frank Pandolfo, and Angelo Pandolfo. Jennie is also survived by so many treasured nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, and even great great nieces and nephews, all of whom she loved spending time with and watching grow up.

A Funeral Mass will be celebrated in Saint Mary of the Hills Church, 29 Saint Mary’s Road, Milton, on Wednesday, April 21, at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Interment to follow at Milton Cemetery. Services are operating in accordance with current guidelines.

For those who wish, donations in Jennie’s memory may be made to Shriners Hospitals for Children – Boston, Development Office, 51 Blossom Street, Boston, MA 02114 or by visiting www.shrinershospitalsforchildren.org/shc.

THE GUESTBOOK

Write a new entry for the Guestbook

Your email address will not be published.

Field(s) marked with an * are obligatory. Your E-mail address will not be published. Your name will be published as written in the Name field. All entries will be reviewed before being displayed.

  • A child is suppose to have no greater Love for his Mother but there was one equally Loved, my Boston Mother Auntie J (Jeanie). Auntie J is now home with Uncle Dom and all God’s family watching over us that we may also join them when God calls. I look forward to joining all my Boston relatives again here and in Heaven to continue some of the greatest times I have ever enjoyed. May God watch over us all and guide us home. God Bless you All! Steven Paul Tangherlini

  • Aunt Jennie was my mother’s younger sister. Fred, Steve, Joe and I loved to visit her and Uncle Dom and sleep in their basement i.e. the Pit. We admired the house that Uncle Dom built and enjoyed our family visits to Boston and their visits to California. My two sons called Aunt Jennie the Grandma ViVi because she looked so much like my mother, Vincenza. I was lucky to travel to Andover twice a year and always spend a day with her which included Lobster rolls and Montillio pastries! She was a terriffic aunt and godmother–kind, generous, intelligent, and gracious–truly beautiful inside and out. Being a woman of faith and strength, she had an immeasurable impact on all who knew her. We will remember her fondly and miss her deeply. Aunt Jennie is now with our Heavenly Father, and she is healthy and happy and with her brothers and sisters who have gone before her; the Pandolfo clan reunited! God bless and keep all her family and may we live by her shining example.

  • God Bless Jennie. She Was A Sweet an Caring Woman