Pauline Iacozza

October 25, 1924October 13, 2021

Pauline Iacozza, 96, of Boston, passed away peacefully on October 13, 2021. She was born and raised in Boston’s North End, a daughter of the late Modestino and Carmella (DeVingo) Imbimbo. She was a kind and loving communicant of St. Leonard Church and was also an awesome cook. She was predeceased by her beloved husband Quarino “Willie” Iacozza, her son Joseph C. Iacozza and siblings Modestino Imbimbo, Ernest Imbimbo, Victor Imbimbo. She is survived by her loving sister Sabina Masucci of Peabody, her niece Maria Masucci of Peabody, who was her loving caregiver for these past few years. Her nephews Anthony Masucci of Peabody and Vincent Masucci and his wife Karen of Lynn and her niece Camille Imbimbo of Malden and many great nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral services will be Wednesday October 20th at 10:00AM at St. Leonard Church, 320 Hanover St., in Boston’s North End. Burial will follow in Holy Cross Cemetery, 175 Broadway, Malden. Vising hours will precede the service from 8:30AM-9:30AM at the J.S. Waterman-Langone Chapel, 580 Commercial St. Boston, MA 02109. Due to the mandate by the Boston DPH masks are required at the funeral home. For more information or to leave an online condolence, please visit


  • Morning Visitation

    Wednesday, October 20, 2021

  • Liturgy of Christian Burial

    Wednesday, October 20, 2021


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Carolyn Hill

October 20, 2021

God Bless Aunt Pauline and ALL your beautiful aunts. They gave us such beautiful memories at Nantascet Beach.
Jane, and I will miss ALL of them especially aunt Pauline. May she rest in peace beside our heavenly Father.
Maria you took excellent care of your Auntie. She loved you very much. Please be at peace in knowing she is with God now . Amen.

Kathleen Hurley

October 19, 2021

Maria- I am sad to hear the loss of your Auntie. I have never meet Pauline, but hearing Maria speak fondly of her and her memories, makes me wish I had the privilege of meeting her.

I know you will miss her, but she will always be with you in your heart.

My prayers to the family.


Mary Hall

October 19, 2021

Maria, I was so sorry to read about the passing of your Auntie. I never had the privilege of meeting her but I felt I knew her based on you sharing such found memories. I'm sure you will miss her greatly but knowing she is now in God's hands will hopefully give you peace. My prayers are with you.

Suzanne Naudin

October 19, 2021

Dear loving family,
I am a tennis friend of Maria Masucci and each week we would play tennis and at the same time, talk about things that were happening or did happen since we last saw each other. Maria always talked about how much she loved her "Auntie" and would do all that she could to help her with never-ending devotion. I admired Maria's strength and compassion during these difficult times and I'm so honored to be invited to share in the celebration of Pauline's life.
Much love to the family,
Suzanne Naudin

Josephine Imbergamo Puopolo

October 18, 2021

To the family of Pauline and family: Lots of fond memories of you Willie and JoJo since I was 15 years old. May you rest in eternal peace and in the arms of God. You will be missed. My condolences. Love Josephine

Christopher Iacozza

October 14, 2021

Rest In Peace Aunty Pauline , I have some good memories in your apartment on Hanover st with uncle Willie and JoJo. You will be missed. Love Christopher

Vincent Masucci

October 13, 2021

Auntie Pauline was a wonderful caring, and loving Aunt who didn't have a mean bone in her body. Like all the old time Italians you couldn't leave her house without tasting her food and her offering you to take some home. She will be surely missed but I feel she is happy now with her Husband Willie and her beloved son Joe Joe welcoming her into Heaven. RIP Auntie, Love Vinnie, Karen, Vanessa, Angela, Joe, Jen, Adrianna, Joey, Antonella, and baby Sammy