OBITUARY

MaryLou Ethel Viveiros

June 4, 1950March 6, 2019

Marylou (Burns) Viveiros, age 68, of Somerset, passed away on Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at Charlton Memorial Hospital. She was the wife of Edward Palmariello and was formerly married to the late Clarence Duponte Viveiros.

Born in Fall River, she was a daughter of the late Leo Francis Burns, Sr., and Ethel (Banks) Burns.

Marylou was a member of the Lion’s Club and loved spending time with her grandchildren above all else.

She is survived by her devoted children, Rebecca Taber of Swansea, Constance Pacheco and her husband Eugene of Westport, Michael Viveiros, Sr., of Somerset and John Viveiros and his wife Ethel of Tiverton, RI, one brother, Michael J. Burns and his wife Linda of Middletown, RI, eight grandchildren, John, Jessica, Vanessa, Nathan, TaylorJae, Alec, Reahanna and Michael, Jr., and one great grandson, Jayden. Marylou was predeceased by her daughter, Kathleen Viveiros and her brothers, Leo, Thomas and Kenneth Burns.

Services will be private at the request of the family.

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Susanne Burns

March 9, 2019

Want to send my condolence out to the family in this very difficult time RIP marylou

Tom and Pauline Viveiros

March 8, 2019

To Becky,Mike,Connie,John,and Mike Burns sorry for your loss.May God comfort you all at this difficult time.RIP Mary Lou.
From Uncle Tom and Aunt Pauline.

Carol Correa

March 8, 2019

Dear Becky & Family,

Twenty -eight years of memories are a lot to share with everyone. What I want to keep in my heart are the many get togethers at her house, the birthday parties for our kids, joining the Lions Club together, Parents Without Partners & the Telephone Company Pioneers where we did so much volunteer work together, her love of cooking & entertaining, our joys & our problems we shared together, eating out, playing miniature golf, going to the movies, watching our families grow up, & living our lives our way. Thank You Mary Lou for all the good times we shared. Until we meet again..................Goodbye

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY