OBITUARY

Ursula S. Cinelli

October 12, 1920January 31, 2019

Ursula S. (Monty) Cinelli, of Buzzards Bay, passed away on Thursday, January 31, 2019 at Tobey Hospital in Wareham. She was the wife of the late John Cinelli. She had lived in Bourne for over 50 years.

Born in Mansfield, MA a daughter of the late William H. and Carrie (Woodward) Monty. She had worked as a bookkeeper for her husband's marina for many years.

She is survived by a daughter, Nancy Carriero of Middleboro; a son, Neil Cinelli of Eastham; grandchildren, Alicia, Brittany, John and Julie; great-grandchildren, Jeremy, Spencer, Nile and Rae Ann.

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REMEMBERING

Ursula S. Cinelli

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John Scarpellini

February 16, 2019

I will always remember going to their house
In Mansfield.i helped my uncle John in the dairy he owned with his brother. We played in their large yard overlooking the pond. I remember driving the company station wagon at age 14 up the hill to their house and not putting the parking brake on! It rolled into the pond! Aunt Ursula did not scold me at all!
I visited them at their home on the canal and they were eager to share any news about family.
She will be missed by her children grandchildren and nieces and nephews.

Karen DiRusso

February 6, 2019

My sincere condolences are with you Neil, Nancy and family, during this difficult time. I learned many lessons from your mom both easy and difficult, while living next to her for several years. She quietly remained humble, while displaying her love for people by having her helping hand in whenever she could, whether it be down at the church, w/ the intercity kids or elsewhere. There was so much love inside of this tiny powerhouse lady. May your family be comforted by the precious memories that will now live forever in your hearts. I will miss your twinkling eyes, smirky smile and powerful example of a what a true Christian woman is! God bless and keep you in His care!
With heartfelt sorrow,
Karen Murphy DiRusso and family

Tom & Mary (Sweeney) Keogh

February 6, 2019

Dear Neil ,
Mary & I are so sorry to hear of your mothers passing. Tom has been delivering Meals on Wheels to Ursula for months and always looked forward to seeing her and the contagious spirit she emitted .
You have a saint and advocate in heaven .
Tom & Mary
Bourne

Robert Cinelli

February 2, 2019

Dear Nancy and Neil , we were very sorry to hear of Aunt Ursula's passing. We always enjoyed our time visiting with her and Uncle John . Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you as we know the sadness of losing one of our own dear ones. Love you all Rob, Pam, Rick, Ryan, Erin and Justin.

Valerie (Monty) Gauthier

February 1, 2019

Nancy, Neil, Alicia and Brit, My heart is sad on the loss of Aunt Ursula but rejoices that her heart is at peace. I will always cherish every memory of every time spent with her beginning on Riverside Drive and ending on Academy Drive. So much love, so many fond memories. The games, the “Monty” stories, all cherished times. May you have comfort knowing she is resting after a long journey and is now reunited with her Mom, Dad and siblings. My deepest sympathy and love to you all. Val

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