Maureen A. Dicaprio

April 24, 1947October 21, 2018

Maureen Anne (Martin) DiCaprio, age 71, of Bourne, Massachusetts, formerly of Easton, Massachusetts, passed away peacefully at home on October 21, 2018 after a long illness. She is survived by her husband, Nicholas R. DiCaprio, to whom she was married for forty-seven years.

Maureen was the daughter of the late Francis A. Martin and Mary C. (Winston) Martin, and was graduated from Oliver Ames High School Class of 1965. She was a graduate of Northeastern University School of Nursing and loved her work as a pediatric medical-surgical nurse at Children’s Hospital in Boston for a number of years. She continued her nursing vocation at different hospitals and facilities while raising her family, from New Jersey to Iceland to Easton.

In addition to her husband, Nick, Maureen is survived by two sons, Nicholas E. DiCaprio and his wife Nicole (Poulin) of West Springfield, Massachusetts; and Jason D. DiCaprio and his wife Amy (Cronin), of Amherst, Massachusetts. She is also survived by three grandchildren, Soleil, Miles and Felix; and two great-grandchildren, Hazell and Maison. Maureen is also survived by her brother, Robert M. Martin and his wife, Sharon (MacKinnon) of Easton, Massachusetts, step-sister Martha M. (Doldt) Llewellyn and her husband Robert Llewellyn of Logsden, Oregon; and sister-in-law Janet (Knapp) Martin of Brockton, Massachusetts; nieces Catherine, Suzanne, Kasara, Kaleigh, and Chelsea; nephews Michael and Robert; an aunt, Rosemarie Campbell of California, and several cousins, grand-nieces and grand-nephews. In addition to her parents, Maureen was pre-deceased by her brother, Francis A. Martin, Jr.

Maureen loved reading, and had a special fondness for poetry and Irish Literature. She enjoyed painting and rooting for the Red Sox and Patriots. Most of all, Maureen loved spending time with friends and family, by whom she will be deeply missed. Services will be private. Memorial donations can be made in Maureen’s name to the Amherst Survival Center,


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Maureen A. Dicaprio

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Herb Hyde

October 28, 2018

We are very sorry for your loss. May she rest in peace in the God's loving arms. God bless you and your family. With love,
Herbert and Barbara Hyde