Barbara A.(Austin) Ausilio

April 25, 2020

Barbara A.(Austin) Ausilio

Barbara A.(Austin) Ausilio  – of Woburn, unexpectedly, April 25th at the age of seventy-seven.  Beloved wife of 50 years to Victor G. Ausilio of Woburn.  Cherished mother of Victor G. Ausilio Jr, his wife Alicia and Loving grandmother of Emma and Christopher, all of Billerica.  Dear sister of Thomas M. Austin Jr. of Palm Bay, FL.  Barbara is also survived by several loving cousins and dear friends. Due to the current situation we are experiencing with the Corona Virus, arrangements are private and under the direction of the Lynch – Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn. Remembrances may be made in Barbara’s memory to the charity or organization of ones choice. 

Barbara A.(Austin) Ausilio – of Woburn, died unexpectedly, April 25th at the age of seventy-seven. She was the beloved wife of 50 years to Victor G. Ausilio of Woburn.

Born in Brookline and raised in East Boston, on West Eagle Street, Barbara was a daughter of the late Thomas and Emily (Pastore) Austin. As a late teenager, she moved to Medford with her family and always held very fond memories.

She attended Sacred Heart School and later went on to graduate from the Chandler Business school.

After marrying her beloved Victor, they settled in Woburn where they raised their only child and remained the rest of her life.

Barbara was a child at heart and enjoyed buying new toys. She was an avid collector of dolls and got tremendous joy from her grandchildren. She was a generous, loving and kind and will be deeply missed.

Along with her husband Victor, Barbara is survived by her only son, Victor G. Ausilio Jr, his wife Alicia and Loving grandmother of Emma and Christopher, all of Billerica. Dear sister of Thomas M. Austin Jr. of Palm Bay, FL. Barbara is also survived by several loving cousins and dear friends.

Due to the current situation we are experiencing with the Corona Virus, arrangements are private and under the direction of the Lynch – Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn. Remembrances may be made in Barbara’s memory to the charity or organization of ones choice.

 

Due to the current situation we are experiencing with the Corona Virus, arrangements are private and under the direction of the Lynch – Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn. Donations may be made in Barbara’s memory to a charity or organization of ones choice. 

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  1. Michael & Al Martochio

    Dear Cousin Victor & family, Uncle Al and are so very sorry for the sudden loss of Barbara. She was an ever kind, gentle and loving woman. We know that she will be missed greatly and we celebrate her memory.

    With much love, Michael and Al

  2. Jim & Denise Evans

    We are so very sorry for your loss. Barbara was a wonderful lady. We will keep your family in our thoughts and prayers.

  3. Corinne Kinsman

    Cousin Victor and all the family, Artty and I are so sad to learn of your loss. We just always expect people to be there, and when they are suddenly lost, it’s shocking. Our love goes to all of you, especially the grandchildren. Kids really take things like this to heart and don’t understand as well as we adults do that death is a part of life. I’m sure Barbara will be missed by all who know and love her.

  4. Dianne Connor Carbone

    So very sorry to hear of the sudden passing of Barbara. I had the pleasure of meeting you both recently to visit my childhood home where you resided. Hopefully the memories you created in that same home give all of you comfort.
    Dianne Connor Carbone

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