Denise Lee Anzalone Lucreziano Risi

Born: Mon., Jul. 5, 1965
Died: Sat., Aug. 3, 2019


Visitation

4:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Tue., Aug. 06, 2019
Location: Rocco Funeral Home


Prayer Service

8:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Tue., Aug. 06, 2019
Location: Rocco Funeral Home


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Denise Lee Anzalone Lucreziano Risi

Of Peabody, formerly of Everett on August 3rd, age 54, surrounded by her loving family. Beloved wife of Vincent “Vinny” Risi whom she shared 2 years of marriage. Loving mother of Regina Lucreziano Esq. and Tori Lucreziano. Step-mother to Trista Birch and her husband Francis, and Sarah Risi and her partner Dakota. Daughter of Clara L. Anzalone Mederios and the late Anthony Anzalone and his surviving wife, Sandra. Sister of Marie Ellard and her husband Kevin, Donna Lento and her husband Joe, Michelle Mongeon and her partner Jill, Anthony Anzalone and his wife Jen, Jackie Landry and her husband Michael, and the late James Mongeon. Step-sister of Anthony Medeiros III, Warren Medeiros and Leigh Bernard. Also survived by step-grandchildren: Billy, Jason and Eric Birch. Former wife of Anthony Lucreziano. Also survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Funeral from the Salvatore Rocco & Sons Funeral Home, 331 Main Street, Everett, on Tuesday, August 6. Visiting hours will be held from 4:00 to 8:00 pm. A Prayer Service will immediately follow in the funeral home at 8:00 pm. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations in Denise’s memory may be made to the North East Animal Shelter, 347 Highland Ave, Salem, MA 01970. Complimentary valet parking at Main Street entrance.  

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Marie Ellard
   Posted Sun August 04, 2019
Sis...what can I say....my life will never be the same without you in it.You have left a big hole in my heart.I will miss just picking up the phone to talk.I will miss everything about you.This is so hard...Love you to the moon and back.Till we see each other again......💔😢❤



Ruth Boudreau
   Posted Sun August 04, 2019
Wow Speechless here. First day of my vacation and this is the news I receive from a Very Good Friend who knew we had been Very Good Friends. In fact it was You Denise that called me (when I was on vacation) when G passed. George, I called him G. I guess I am kind of Numb, trying to process and accept yet another very sad reality here. My heart goes out to your Family and Friends. You have had a special place in my heart since the days when we first met back in high school. If it is Okay with You Denise, It is a place where you will remain. Love You GF, Ruthie.

Frank DeCaro
   Posted Sun August 04, 2019
Thoughts and prayers to the family for the unfortuate loss of a loved one at such a young age.
Sincerely,
Frank DeCaro
No. Andover, MA

Cheri Lavender
   Posted Sun August 04, 2019
Sad news. It's always heartbreaking to hear of a loss. May any pain be gone and only live and happy memories remain. May family be there to help shoulder the rough times and make stronger the heart and soul. Until we meet our loved ones again may we be strong to persevere and keep our loves proud .

Felicia Risi Percaccio
   Posted Sun August 04, 2019
To my sista in law. You left us too soon, we just became family and we were going to do a cruise together . I won't forget you ever and how happy you made my brother. RIP. Love you forever.

Theresa (Mongeon) Rao
   Posted Mon August 05, 2019
On behalf of our entire family, please know that our prayers and deepest sympathies are with you all during this devastating time of loss. Denise was always a shining star in this world, always happy, always positive, always beautiful. Cherish the precious time that you had together. May thoughts of Denise being reunited with her dad and brother Jimmy (our beloved “Monge 19”) comfort you somewhat and know that her spirit will live on in your hearts forever. Personally, I’ll always remember our great times during softball – we were all “SISTAS” back in the day and shared many years of fun, happy times. Right now, I’m picturing Denise wearing that beautiful black velvet skirt suit with the fur collar. She looked like a movie star – simply gorgeous inside and out – then and always!
May she rest in eternal peace.
With love, Theresa & family



Carla Bengtson
   Posted Mon August 05, 2019
Marie, Donna, Michelle & family,
I was so saddened to learn of Denise’s untimely passing. My thoughts and prayers will remain with all of you during this incredibly difficult time.
Most sincerely,
Carla Bengtson

annetta y. jackson
   Posted Mon August 05, 2019
I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your mother.
I am praying for you and your family. Praying that you
come thought this ordeal. Praying for your safe return
home. Much Love!

Auntie Angel
   Posted Mon August 05, 2019
My heart goes out to all those who loved Denise so much. Even though we lived so far apart I loved her too and am grieving with you all. Today it rained a lot and then I happened to look out the door and there was a huge full rainbow across the big sky above and I just took it as a sweet hello from Denise saying to us all that there is a treasure at the end of the rainbow and I have received it. Denise we will see you again at the end of the rainbow. Love you my Godchild rest now in peace. Auntie Angel

Brian Berbaum
   Posted Mon August 05, 2019
To Denise' whole family, I am truly saddened to hear this sad news.It hurts to see another classmate pass . She was always smiling and will be truly missed. I used to tease her in high school because of her long arms.I used to call her Olive oil , she reminded me of popeye's wife, but it was all in fun..She was a joy to be around. Rest in peace Denise.

Jackie Landry
   Posted Mon August 05, 2019
My big sistaaaa from another Mrs.’s, I cannot believe you’re gone. My whole life I wanted to be just like you: beautiful, funny, tough as nails, heart of gold. I will always remember you teaching me how to make a solid grilled cheese, taking me to see my very first movie The Little Mermaid, taking me to your house for sleepovers before the girls were even born, babysitting once they were here, giving me life advice, and now bonding over motherhood and starting new lives. It’s not fair this happened to you. Tell Daddy and Jimmy and Nancy we love them, I will see you one day when I am called home. I love you forever.