Duckett Funeral Home of J.S. Waterman & Sons

656 Boston Post Road, Sudbury, MA


Louis Giannetti

July 6, 1957July 23, 2019

Louis “Louie” Giannetti, Jr., 62, longtime former resident of Sudbury, passed away July 23, 2019 at Massachusetts General Hospital with his family by his side after battling an extended illness. He was the beloved husband of 40 years of Joanne “Jody” Giannetti of Livermore Falls, ME. Loving father of Courtney Giannetti of Livermore Falls, ME and Louis Giannetti III and his fiancée Caitlin Mannix of Norwood. Louie also leaves behind his two sisters and their spouses, Gail & Joe Arena and Paula & Larry Ciampi, as well as many nephews and nieces. Louie was predeceased by his sister Diane Cassavant. Louie worked for the Town of Sudbury DPW for many years. He loved motorcycles, trucks, landscaping, and was well known for his “gift of gab.” Services will be held at a later date.


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Alana Tevelelian

August 3, 2019

Oh my. I’m so sorry to hear if this. It took me a second to rememebr his face, but then I did. I was 15 when I knew him. I am now 46. He used to come into Marrones Bakery. He always came in with a smile and made my best friend Nancy and I laugh!!!! He was so good to us. I hadn’t seen him since I was probably 20 but I imagine he continued to be the wonderful person he was. Lots of love.

Priscilla Linden-Demers

July 28, 2019

Rick and I send our deepest sympathies and warm thoughts..I remember his smile at the Highway Department when I drove for Sudbury....

George Sharkey

July 26, 2019

I remember Luis on the school bus Grade school he will be missed

Lori Taylor

July 26, 2019

To the Giannetti Family....I was so very saddened to learn of Louie's passing. I don't usually leave messages for the families of my patients, but Louie was special. As you mentioned in his obituary, he definitely had the gift of gab! From the moment I met him, he was funny, personable, thoughtful....just downright hard NOT to like. Even when I knew he wasn't feeling well he would joke with me that he was a "nice Irish boy" and that he had a great "corned beef and cabbage recipe" (when I commented on that seriously Italian name). That sort of thing gave me a little insight as to what he was really like as a person, and although it might've been helping him get through his day, I don't think he knew that it was helping me get through mine, too. Also, your support as a family seemed to be the strength that carried him though the stressful times. That didn't go unnoticed by any one of us at MGH. I wish for him and for your family that things could have turned out differently. I will remember our brief time together very fondly. Again, I'm very sorry. Lori Taylor, NP (MGH)