Markos Dindi, age 47

of Quincy

Markos Dindi, age 47

Quincy, Markos Dindi, age 47, of Quincy, died peacefully, Monday, January 18, 2021 at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

Markos was born in Tirana, Albania, and was raised and educated there. In 1990, at the age of sixteen, he and his family moved to Greece. Two years later, at the age of eighteen, he and his family immigrated to the United States, first settling in Burlington, and then moving to Quincy. He had lived in Quincy for the past twenty-nine years.

Markos was employed as an HVAC technician.

Markos enjoyed traveling, fishing, and was an avid fan of the New England Patriots. He also enjoyed spending time with friends. Most of all, he was devoted to his children.

Beloved fiancé of Anjeza Flamuraj.

Devoted father of Izabel A. Dindi and Santino P. Dindi.

Cherished son of Androniqi (Kallushi) Dindi of Quincy and the late Bardhyl Dindi.

Dear brother of Petro Dindi of Albania.

Markos is also survived by his Godchild, Maria E. Pano, many cousins, and dear friends.

Visiting Hours will be held at the Sweeney Brothers Home for Funerals, 1 Independence Avenue, Quincy, on Friday, January 22, from 5-7 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Services are operating in accordance with current guidelines. In light of current events, Markos’ funeral service and interment will take place privately.

For those who wish, donations in Markos’ memory may be made to the charity of your choice.

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  • All of his first cousins will always remember Marko as the best of us with a big heart and a smile in his face. He was easygoing, smart, friendly and a great person to share our lifetime stories. We will miss him dearly.

  • Our deepest sympathy on Marko’s passing . We enjoyed seeing him at Coco Lapalm , Jamaica and we know he liked travelling as much as we do . He will be missed .

  • Rafael Jorgji
    Christne Ehrmann
    Ervin Prifti
    Monika Prifti

  • My Dear Marko,

    I will never forget your smiling face and making everyone around you laugh. This will be your legacy to your children. May you rest in sweet peace my Friend and God watch over you and your family. You shall be so missed…..

  • You had the biggest smile, the biggest heart. You always watched over me since I was a little girl. Oh such a wonderful childhood we had. I will miss you so much. I know we will meet again. ❤️❤️❤️

  • Me: “Hey, who loves ya!?”

    You: “You do, my Brother!”

    Love ya, Pal!

    ~Quinny

  • My dear friend Marko – you will be greatly missed – you were kind, considerate, generous to a fault, always willing to help when needed, witty, intelligent – just a lovely man and a dear friend, I will miss you. Rest peacefully. With luv, Amy

  • There are things like love, respect and dignity that we can’t learn by books, but only from words, smiles and hugs. So many people come into our lives, but only a few leave with their footprints on our hearts. Marko brought joy, happiness and laughter. Marko will be deeply missed, but never forgotten.
    Mirëupafshim Marko.

  • Dear Family of Markos,
    We are so very sorry for the untimely loss of a man who was a wonderful father, son, brother, godfather, fiancée, cousin and friend.
    Paul, Julie, Alexandra, Rachel and Samantha

  • Marko made the best darn pizza at the villa rosa of all time!! Marko and I had some good times working at the villa back in the day.

  • So sorry to hear the bad news of Markos. He was a good guy. RIP