Roger Allen Mustone

September 4, 1938April 30, 2018

Roger Allen Mustone of West Roxbury, formerly of Boston’s North End, on April 30, 2018. He was 79. Beloved husband of Lillian (Venezia) Mustone. Loving father of Aleta Mustone and her husband Matthew Engler of Charlestown. Cherished grandfather of Sebastian and Theodore Engler. Dear son of the late Sabato and Amelia Mustone, beloved brother of the late Dominic, Teresa, Albert, Armando, Gloria, Yolanda Luongo, Orlando, and George. Favorite uncle to too many nieces and nephews to list here. Mass of Christian Burial to be celebrated Thursday, May 3rd at 10:00 a.m. in St Leonard Church, 320 Hanover Street, Boston. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. There are no visiting hours. Services will conclude with interment in St. Mary Cemetery, Needham. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Roger’s memory may be made to Pope St. John XXIII National Seminary, 558 South Avenue, Weston, MA 02493. Late U.S. Army Veteran


  • Mass of Christian Burial Thursday, May 3, 2018

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Janice Mustone

May 28, 2018

Remembering Uncle Roger:
He was a wonderful Father, Husband, Son, Brother and one very Special and Endearing Uncle to us all! On this Memorial Day, we cherish him and all our treasured beloved and departed family(ies) now united in God's Heavenly Kingdom!

Bethany Donovan

May 4, 2018

Dear Lillian, Aleta and family,
Roger was one of the kindest people I have ever known and I feel so fortunate to have known him from a young age.
Some of my most beautiful childhood memories are of the times I spent with your family. I will always remember cooking amazing Italian meals together in the North End.
You are in my heart at this very difficult time.

Bruce Guarino

May 4, 2018

Dear Mustone Family,

I offer my deepest condolences to my dearly departed friend Roger who I knew from the post office at South Postal Annex back in the 1990's.

Sue Baldassarre

May 1, 2018

Dear Lillian and Aleta: Our sincere Condolences to you and the Mustone family. Roger was a wonderful person. I still remember the first time we met him at Nora and Orlando's house. We will never forget him.

Sue and Fred Baldassarre