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October 1, 1931 ~ July 17, 2023 (age 91) 91 Years Old
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Louise M. Puopolo, beloved wife of the late Felice (Phil) Puopolo, of Everett, peacefully passed away on July 17, 2023, at her home in Everett, at the age of 91. She was born on October 1, 1931, in Chelsea to John and Esther Keene of Medford.
Louise was a devoted loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother. She will be deeply missed by her sons, John and Ronnie, as well as her grandchildren, Philip Jefferson, his wife Katy, Sara Jefferson, Danielle Puopolo, and great-grandchild, Philip Jefferson. Louise was predeceased by her late husband of 66 years, Felice (Phil) Puopolo, her daughter Ida Puopolo, son Philip Puopolo, and her late sisters Dorothy Brown of Mattapoisett and Elenor Moreschi of Florida.
Louise had a passion for cooking and sharing meals with loved ones. So much so, that she left her job at the accounting dept at Hoods Milk to pursue her passion for cooking. Together with her late husband, she opened a successful restaurant in Everett, "Louise's Village." The restaurant became a gathering place for the community, where Louise's delicious home-cooked meals were enjoyed by all. After many years of her hard work, Louise and Phil retired from the restaurant, leaving behind a legacy of culinary excellence, warm hospitality and the countless number of friends she made along the way.
In her free time, Louise was an avid fan of the Bruins and Patriots. She never missed a game and enjoyed cheering on her favorite teams with extreme enthusiasm. Her sense of humor and laughter were contagious, brightening the lives of everyone around her.
Louise will forever be remembered by so many for her warm, kind heart, wonderful sense of humor, and dedication to her family. May her soul rest in eternal peace.
The family greatly appreciates the tremendous outpouring of love and support during this difficult time. She will be deeply missed by all. To honor Louise’s memory, A private funeral service is planned