CONSTANTINO “CONNIE” J. DELL’ANNO

January 11, 2023

CONSTANTINO “CONNIE” J. DELL’ANNO
U.S. Veteran

US Navy

Korean Conflict

Constantino “Connie” J. Dell’Anno – a longtime resident of Woburn, died peacefully, January 11th at the age of eighty-nine. Beloved husband of the late Shirley M. (LaCount) Dell’Anno. Devoted father of Donnamari Dell’Anno of Woburn and James J. Dell’Anno, his wife Madlene of Sudbury. Dear brother of the late Josephine, Gloria, Salvatore, and Anthony. Loving grandfather of Leesette, Brianne, J.C., Lexi and Christian, and great-grandfather of Carli, Holly and Tori. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated in St. Barbara Church, 138 Cambridge Rd., Woburn, Tuesday, January 17th at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited to pay their respects prior to the Mass from 9-10:30 in the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn. Burial will follow in Woodbrook Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Connie’s memory to the Wounded Warrior Project.

 

Constantino “Connie” J. Dell’Anno – a longtime resident of Woburn, died peacefully, January 11th , with his family by his side at the age of eighty-nine. He was the beloved husband of 49 years to the late Shirley M. (LaCount) Dell’Anno.
 
Born in Somerville and raised in Revere, Connie was a son of the late Luigi and Natalina (DiCicco) Dell’Anno. Following high school, Connie served his country proudly as part of the US Navy during the Korean Conflict. He was proud of his country and proud of his service.
 
For many years, Connie worked as a welder for Boston Metal Door.
 
In his free time, Connie enjoyed gardening, playing card games with his wife and friends and bowling. He was an avid New England Sports fan, his favorite being the Boston Bruins.
 
Connie was a loving, supportive, and strong husband father and grandfather who will be deeply missed.  Devoted father of Donnamari Dell’Anno of Woburn and James J. Dell’Anno, his wife Madlene of Sudbury. Dear brother of the late Josephine, Gloria, Salvatore, and Anthony. Loving grandfather of Leesette, Brianne, J.C., Lexi and Christian, and great-grandfather of Carli, Holly and Tori. 
 
A Funeral Mass will be celebrated in St. Barbara Church, 138 Cambridge Rd., Woburn, Tuesday, January 17th at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited to pay their respects prior to the Mass from 9-10:30 in the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn. Burial will follow in Woodbrook Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Connie’s memory to the Wounded Warrior Project.
 

A Funeral Mass will be celebrated in St. Barbara Church, 138 Cambridge Rd., Woburn, Tuesday, January 17th at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited to pay their respects prior to the Mass from 9-10:30 in the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn. Burial will follow in Woodbrook Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Connie’s memory to the Wounded Warrior Project.

 

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  1. Mary (Roderick) Orr

    Sorry to hear of the loss of Connie. He was a wonderful friend to my Dad Jesse~~they are now together having lots of laughs. We will miss our visits when we stop by on our trips home. Another great loss to our Larch/Mayflower Rd family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Mary and Bob Orr

  2. Lorna & Joe Bernat

    Jimmy and family, we are very sorry for your loss. We have fond memories of your dad, he will be missed.

  3. Connie you were a neighborhood legend and brought smiles, strength and connectedness to us all. I loved to visit my mom and also share updates with you. Thanks for helping my mom and others in the neighborhood. Don’t forget to say hi to Billy when you get to heaven he was a huge fan of yours, like so many people. It is hard moving past these moments of loss but it is nice to know we have another mayflower fan to look down on us and put in a good word when we need it. God Bless

  4. I’m so very sorry and sad. Connie was a sweet kind person. Everyday for years when I drove the school bus by his house he would stop whatever he was doing to say hello and wish me a good day. He will be missed. All my prayers to his family. RIP

  5. Karen Cronin Donato

    You will be missed very much. I loved our conversations when I would come by for a visit when I came back to Mass. to visit my family. You would fill me in with the 911 from the neighborhood. Love You! Thank you, for always being their for me.

  6. O’Connor Family

    Dear Donna and Jimmy,
    My family and I want to express our deepest sympathy on the death of your dear Dad. Your Dad was loved by all his friends and neighbors on Mayflower Road. He will be deeply missed, it won’t be the same without our Connie.
    Love and Prayers,
    The O’Connor Family🙏❤️

  7. This is the worst feeling. My Papa, my go to. I already miss your hugs and stories. Your laughter was contagious. You were the best Papa and the greatest Great Papa to my daughters. This is so hard…but we find solace in knowing you are dancing in heaven with Nana after being apart for almost 18 years. I promise to keep your grave looking beautiful. I’ll see you in my dreams Papa til we meet again.🤍💫

  8. Theodore Francis Cooper

    Uncle Connie,

    You have left an impression of how to live life through Family, Love and Laughter. You will be sorely missed by my family and others! Dance in the clouds with Auntie Shirley now, as you are reunited with the Love of your life! May you rest in peace.

    Teddy, Stacy and family.

  9. Will definitely miss our conversations, you never failed to make me laugh. May you Rest In Peace ❤️🙏🏻

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