Lucy (Gambrazzio) Panacy

  • Born: March 16, 1924
  • Died: November 17, 2018
  • Location: Stoughton, Massachusetts

Farley Funeral Home

358 Park Street
Stoughton, MA 02072

Tel. (781) 344-2676

Tribute & Message From The Family

Message From The Family

Thank you for your support during this difficult time. Please enhance this tribute to Lucy by adding your memories and photos.

Lucy (Gambrazzio) Panacy, 94, died on Saturday, November 17, 2018, at her home in Stoughton surrounded by her loving family. She was the wife of the late John G. Panacy. Lucy was born and raised in Stoughton and attended Stoughton High School. Mrs. Panacy worked for Brookfield Engineering Labs in Middleboro as an assembler for 45 years and remained at the job she loved until she was 89 years old. Lucy cherished her Brookfield family. In her free time, she enjoyed sewing, puzzles, cooking, word searches, classic black and white movies but mostly she enjoyed spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren.

Mrs. Panacy was the mother of Brian D. Panacy and his wife Lisa of Stoughton and the late John A. Panacy. She was the former mother-in-law of Cathy Torrey of Easton. She was the sister of Lena Mortelliti, Frances Anderson, Angelina Panacy and John Gambrazzio all of Stoughton and was predeceased by Joseph Gambrazzio, Mary Nolop, Margaret Norkus, Francis Gambrazzio, Patsquale Gambrazzio, Priscilla Levillee, Salvatore Gambrazzio and Louis Gambrazzio. She was the grandmother of Cari-lyn, Victoria, Olivia, Anna and Talia Panacy and the great-grandmother of Nathan Panacy. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Visiting Hours will be held from the Farley Funeral Home, 358 Park St., (Rt. 27), Stoughton on Tuesday, November 20 from 4-7 PM. Funeral services and burial will be private. Donations in Lucy's memory may be made to Steward Home Care Hospice, 30 Pernal St., Westwood, MA 02091.


Condolence & Memory Journal

My Lovely Little Lucy, it was such an honor to be involved in your care. You're in a place of peace and love and rest now, but you'll be missed so very much in all those hearts you touched. I'll remember you especially in the spring, when the flowers bloom, and recall how we sat together on the porch and enjoyed those lovely sights and fragrances.
Brian and Family, may God console you in this sad time with remembrance of the light Lucy brought to this world.

Posted by Donna Waldron - Franklin, MA - Friend   November 20, 2018

Kind, Generous, hardworking, dedicated, determined, and grateful; these are only some of the words that describe Lucy as a person. I was fortunate enough to work along aside Lucy at Brookfield Engineering from 1997 to until she retired. Lucy's hard work and determination surpassed those half her age. Her kind and generous nature for others was always first on her mind. She always kept her 5 foot table of snacks filled and if you made the mistake of telling her something you liked she would make sure there was plenty. At her birthday celebrations at Brookfield she would always make sure that David Brookfield got the biggest piece of cake even on the occasion where her son Brian got none. I have so many fond memories of Lucy that I will cherish. I am sure she is already setting up her new snack table and passing out her husband John's peppers and egg sandwiches in heaven.

Posted by John Lorea - Coworker   November 20, 2018

Brian, Lisa, girls and family, We are so sorry for the loss of your mom and grandmother! Our thoughts and prayers always. Our love - the Gilroys

Posted by Betty Ann Gilroy - Stoughton - Friend   November 20, 2018

Dear Aunt Lucy, You are part of my early memories. I remember living on Pleasant St. and hanging out with Johnny, and Nonny and Grandpa, and all of the rest of the relatives. I believe Aunt Honey and Pat and Jimmy also lived in the house. What a wonderful family you and I had. You are in so many of my wonderful memories! As are Uncle John and Johnny. I saw how wonderful your granddaughters and daughter -in-law took care of you these past few years. And of course your wonderful son Brian. How fortunate you were with this wonderful group of people who loved and cared for you, as you remained in your own home. You were blessed as were they. You will be missed by all of your nieces and nephews that are left behind. There are so many of us, and you were beloved by all of us. I see your beautiful smile even now, and I am smiling back at you. I love you Aunt Lucy. Rest well.

Posted by Susan Fors - Raynham, MA - Family   November 20, 2018


Loving thoughts & prayers to you and your family Brian. Your Mom will always be remembered as a beautiful and lovely lady. -Susan & Joe Burke

Posted by Susan Burke - Middleboro, MA - Coworker   November 19, 2018

Lucy was always my other Mom. She always made me and everyone else feel loved. I will miss you forever, rest in peace. Our heart is with you Brian, Lisa and the girls during this difficult time.
Love to you Cathy,Don,Cari, and Nate

Posted by Cathy Torrey - Easton, MA - Family   November 19, 2018

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