Olga (Spadorcia) Franceschini, age 93

of Quincy

Olga (Spadorcia) Franceschini, age 93

Olga (Spadorcia) Franceschini, age 93, a lifelong Quincy resident, died peacefully, Friday, July 12, 2019, surrounded by her loving family.

Olga was born in Quincy to the late Antonio and Bambina (Sforza) Spadorcia. She was a graduate of Quincy High School, Class of 1943.

Following her graduation from high school, she attended business school and held a banking position in Boston. After raising her children, Olga spent fourteen years working with the Quincy Public Schools as a health aide and teacher’s aide at Point Webster School in Quincy. She enjoyed everyday being with “the kids”.

Olga was an active parishioner of Saint John the Baptist Church in Quincy where she served as an extraordinary minister of Holy Communion for many years.

Most of all, she was dedicated to her family and especially to her cherished grandchildren, supporting all their many activities and accomplishments.

Beloved wife of the late John F. Franceschini, Sr.

Devoted mother of Butch Franceschini and his wife Diane of Hanover, John Franceschini, Jr. and his wife Robin of Quincy, and Donna Parry and her husband David of Quincy.

Loving grandmother of Derek, Gianna, Gabriella, and John Matthew Franceschini, John, Nicole, Taylor, and Danielle Parry.

Olga was the last of ten siblings and was pre-deceased by Joseph, Alfred, Albert and Mary Spadorcia, Lucy Mancini, Lillian Pasquale, Amelia DiRamio, Helen Pomarico and Ida Von Iderstein. Sister-in-law of Sally Saluti of Quincy.

Olga is also survived by many nieces and nephews and leaves behind a lifetime of wonderful memories with all of them.

Funeral from the Sweeney Brothers Home for Funerals, 1 Independence Avenue, Quincy, Thursday, July 18th at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass in Saint John the Baptist Church, 44 School Street, Quincy at 10 o’clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Visiting hours at the funeral home Wednesday 4 – 7 p.m. Interment Mount Wollaston Cemetery, Quincy.

For those who wish, donations in Olga’s memory may be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Society, Greater New England Chapter, 101A 1st Avenue, Waltham, MA 02451.

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  • I will miss this very lovely and funny lady. So many laughs and good times. To my eggplant, Rest In Peace, all my love Pat

  • Olga was a fantastic person who always had great stories to tell. I will miss her very much and I am glad to have known such a great person.

  • Olga blessed so many people with her faith and kindness. Praying that you’ll find comfort in your memories. Olga was a wonderful person always there when you need her, I will miss her very much.

    Thank you for sharing her with me and my family we will always treasure her memory.

  • Butch, John and Donna.
    I send my deepest sympathies to you all. The years I spent at Point with Olga as my aide were some of the best times I had in my career. We had more laughs and it was my pleasure to know her.
    I speak of her often and tell some of the crazy stories that are still funny today.
    I am sorry I won’t be able to attend the services. We are leaving on vacation.
    I will keep her in my prayers.
    May she rest in peace.
    Larry

  • We remember Olga and John because of the many times they brought Aunt Amelia and Uncle Chester back to Niagara Falls. She was the life of the party with so many stories and her special way of telling them. We last saw her at the DiRamio Family Reunion and she still had that special way to make everyone in the room smile and laugh. She will always be remembered in so many special ways. Our condolences go to her entire family.

  • I’ll always remember Auntie’s fun spirit. When I was 6, I had a loose tooth that I just kept playing with. She said ‘let me take a look at it – I won’t pull it out’ . Of course, she yanked it out in a second and we all laughed.
    She’ll be missed.

  • Olga was one of a kind. She will be missed. My condolences to John and Robin and the rest of the family. She is in our prayers. May she rest in peace

  • Olga was beloved by all of us at Broad Meadows Middle School where she worked “officially” as an attendance aide, but unofficially she was Broad Meadows’ best Kindness Ambassador to parents, visitors and especially students.
    Broad Meadows still remembers the phone call Olga answered one day. It was a call from actor Jamie Lee Curtis (True Lies). This call was totally out of the blue, but nothing flustered Olga. Olga conversed with Jamie Lee for several minutes. Laughs filled the air. Finally Olga asked Jamie Lee how she could help Jamie Lee. Jamie Lee explained she called to find out how to make a donation to one of Broad Meadows’ student led social justice campaign – “A School for Iqbal.”
    Jamie lee mentioned the donation would be in the name of her 11 year old daughter and her dad. Olga asked politely and innocently how to spell her dad’s name. Jamie Lee paused for a long moment. Olga patiently waited, pencil in hand. Then Olga let out a very loud scream. “My goodness! Your father is Tony Curtis? I love Tony Curtis movies. Jamie Lee added that she, too, was an actor, but Olga wanted to talk about her dad’s movies. Lots of laughs followed. We can only imagine the conversation Jamie Lee and Olga were enjoying during that call. A few days later a very generous donation from “The Curtis Family” arrived at Broad Meadows. Olga was so proud to have helped. In truth, Olga was helping someone every day. Olga is remembered with love for her many kindnesses.