Mary R. (Lori) Ruggiero

  • Born: May 5, 1932
  • Died: May 8, 2020
  • 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 Mary by adding your memories and photos.

Mary R. (Lori) Ruggiero, 88, died Friday, May 8, 2020, at the Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton. She was the wife of the late Octavio J. Ruggiero. Born and raised in Canton, she was a graduate of St. John's High School in Canton. Mrs. Ruggiero was a resident of Stoughton for over 60 years. Mrs. Ruggiero worked as a bookkeeper for her husband's company, O.J. Ruggiero & Co., for several years. She then worked for Kiddie Products in Avon and later worked for Johnson & Johnson in Raynham, where she retired from many years ago. Mary was an avid reader and in later years enjoyed listening to audio books. Mary also enjoyed cooking, crocheting and ceramics.

Mrs. Ruggiero was the loving mother of Donna McNeill of Stoughton, Thomas Ruggiero of North Attleboro, Susan McCormick of Brockton, OJ Ruggiero and Mary Ruggiero both of Stoughton, and the late David Ruggiero and Peter Ruggiero. She was the sister of the late Celeste Fay and Nora McCoubrey and is also survived by 15 grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Due to Coronavirus Restrictions, Private Family Services will be held with burial at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Stoughton. Donations in Mary's memory may be made to the Perkins School for the Blind, 175 North Beacon Street, Watertown, MA, 02472.


Condolence & Memory Journal

It's so hard to say good-bye to someone who has been there since you can remember! Auntie Mary always had the best giggle and was always happy and upbeat! Sending lot's of love and hugs to my cousins! XXOO

Posted by Lori Blye & Family - Norton, MA - Family   May 16, 2020

Reggiero family,

My I extend my deepest condolences in the loss of your beloved mother Mary. It brings to mind the years past when we would sit over coffee with Mary Amati and talk of neighbors, townie and just have a good laugh. The world was much kinder and simpler back then as was your mother. I long for those kind of neighbors today. Take heart in the memories you have of her love and joy, your life will go on. Blessings to all.

Posted by Jim La Civita - Neighbor   May 15, 2020


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