Theresa M. Salamone
April 7, 1923 – January 26, 2019
Theresa Marie (Storti) Salamone, 95, of Plymouth, formerly of Lynn died Saturday at the home of her daughter, Janice Signore after a brief illness. She was the wife of the late Albert F. “Al” Salamone, with whom she shared 64 years of marriage. She was predeceased by her brother Ralph Storti of Dearborn Heights, Michigan, and sisters Angie Calvani of Peabody and Anna McCaul of Lynn. Theresa was born in Revere, and the daughter of the late James and Carmela (Gregorio) Storti. She was a resident of Lynn for most of her life until moving to Plymouth, Mass. in 2002. She and her family previously resided in Revere and moved to Lynn in 1969 to be close to her mother. Theresa was employed by Phillips Lighting in Lynn as a technician for 15 years until her retirement in 1987. She was a former communicant of St. Pius V Church. She loved her extended family and was always proud of her children. She and her husband traveled to Italy and other interesting locations and liked to go on cruises. She showed her love of family by preparing and serving her signature Italian dinners, and was also an avid fan of the New England Patriots and the Boston Red Sox. She is survived by her four children: Janice Signore of Suffolk, Virginia, Karen McCann of Cohasset, Paul Salamone and his wife Lauren of New York, and Mike Salamone of Naples, FL. She is also survived by 4 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services at the Cuffe-McGinn Funeral Home, 157 Maple St. Lynn, on Saturday at 9:00 AM. Visiting hours will be followed by a funeral Mass in St. Ann's Church (Peabody) at 11:00 AM. Interment will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Donations for Parkinson's research can be made at https://parkinson.org/ways-to-give.
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Theresa M. Salamone
Maria Prose (Storti)
February 3, 2019
Will always remember Auntie Theresa's cooking, her laugh, and the last visit to Boston where almost all of Storti siblings came and had a wonderful day celebrating Auntie.
A wonderful, happy, warm memory to carry with us. Rest in peace (our last aunt). With love.