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Sharon Mastrangelo

July 13, 1958July 18, 2019

Sharon Anne Mastrangelo, of Boston, loving mother and sister, passed away on July 18, 2019 after a courageous battle with cancer. A graduate of St Michael’s College in Vermont, Sharon grew up in Harding Township and South Orange, New Jersey. She made Boston her home for over 30 years.

An accomplished gardener who loved to entertain, Sharon was a financial services executive, most recently at UBS Financial Services in Boston. Sharon previously worked at Merrill Lynch, Kidder Peabody, EF Hutton and the Calvert Group.

Sharon is predeceased by her parents Angelo and Lois Mastrangelo. She is survived by her son Joshua Martineau, her sisters and brothers and their spouses Sheila, Colleen and Ann, Matthew and Tina, and Donal and Amy, as well as her nieces and nephews, Olivia, Jack, Morgan, Sophie, Katharine, Julia, William and Rowan.

Sharon will be remembered for her grace and style, her generous spirit, her belly laugh and her great sense of humor. Sharon cherished being Josh’s mom with all of her heart and was proud of the young man he has become. Sharon was loved fully by her family and friends who will miss her dearly.

A memorial service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on August 24th at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, 1400 Washington Street, Boston, MA. in lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Sharon’s name to St. Michael’s College ( One Winooski Park, Colchester, VT 05439) or Cathedral High School (74 Union Park St, Boston, MA 02118) "


24 August

Funeral Mass

11:00 am

Cathedral of the Holy Cross

1400 Washington Street
Boston , MA 02118


Sharon Mastrangelo

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Deborah Kahan O'Brien

August 14, 2019

Sharon and I have been friends since age 5 in Kindergarten at Clinton School in Maplewood, NJ. Her childhood home was always very lively with her and all her siblings! We have shared many great times together. We both lived in NYC at one point. When she moved to Boston, Sharon always visited us through the years in CT and Rhode Island, and recently my husband and I visited her in Boston during Super Bowl when the Patriots won-always a crazy time in Boston! We always laughed a lot and even if we hadn't seen each other in awhile, it was like no time had passed. I miss her already. Sending love to her son Josh and to her brothers and sisters.

Audrey Muratore

August 13, 2019

I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Sharon. Our families share so many early childhood memories together. From our time on Richmond Avenue to South Orange, 4th of July picnics and just good old fun!! I was able to meet up with Sharon many years ago in NYC with my brother Ron, we had a nice visit with her and shared many good laughs. Our condolences to all of Sharon's Family , Love to you all, From the Knoth Family and Audrey Muratore.

Marsha MacLean

August 4, 2019

It breaks my heart to hear of Sharon’s passing. I met Sharon a couple of years ago helping her buy her new home. She was so funny, realistic and warm! We became friends and she even tried helping me and my husband with our financial planning! She loved her sunny corner home. I am glad she got to enjoy it for a bit, but heartbroken she is gone too soon!

Blythe Berents

August 4, 2019

Oh, where to begin. My heart is heavy knowing Sharon has passed. She amazed me by being a fierce woman in a male dominated industry. She was an incredible gardener. She loved her pups. She loved life. She loved and adored Josh and was so proud of everything he accomplished. I am a better person for knowing her.

David Schumann

August 1, 2019

I started doing Sharon's hair back in 1986 shortly after I opened my first salon, Linear in Boston. She and I always had so many laughs while she was in the chair. I will never forget how proud she was when she purchased her first condo in Boston. It was a big celebration. I also will never forget how when she started having power surges that all I would have to do is make her laugh and she would turn red and her hair would have to be dried all over again which would make her laugh. We had to get serious so she could get out the door with dry hair. She was one of my favorite clients and a good friend. I love you and will miss you.