LIMONE, Elisa A. “Lisa” (Conte), 63 of Medford, formerly of the North End, died Wednesday after a long illness in the Kaplan Family Hospice House, Danvers, MA.

Born in Boston, she lived in Medford for the past 28 years and formerly of the North End of Boston. She was the daughter of the late Anna (Costa) and Alessandro Conte.

Lisa was a Reservationist with Delta Airlines for 10 years. She was a long time member and past vice president of the Madonna Della Cava of the North End of Boston.

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Beloved wife of the late Peter J. Limone. Devoted mother of Erika Rhuda and her husband Richard of Melrose. Loving grandmother of Ava and Luke. Longtime partner Leonard Raffa of Boston. Daughter in law of Frank Piazza. Sister in law of Andrea Fabiano, and Karen Teta. Also survived by many loving and devoted family and friends.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend a funeral mass celebrated in St. Leonard Church, Hanover St., Boston, Friday at 9:45 AM. Visiting hours have been omitted. Services will conclude with burial at Oak Grove Cemetery, Medford.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be sent in Elisa’s name to the Compassionate Care ALS, P.O. Box 1052, West Falmouth, MA 02574 or Kaplan Family Hospice House, 78 Liberty St., Danvers, MA 01923.

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8 COMMENTS

  1. LISA AND I LOVED THE SONG “HEAVEN MUST BE
    MISSING AN ANGEL” AND SHE HAD THAT AS A RINGTONE ON HER CELL PHONE.
    WELL LISA, HEAVEN WAS MISSING AN ANGEL, BUT
    YOU ARE BACK THERE NOW.
    I LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU TERRIBLY, BUT I COMFORT MYSELF WITH THE THOUGHT THAT WE
    WILL SOMEDAY MEET AGAIN, MY DEAR FRIEND.

    LOVE, M A R I E M.

  2. Lenny, Erika & Family,

    I was blessed to have known Lisa, God has taken her home
    and we should all rejoice in knowing Lisa has reached her final destination in heaven. We will all meet again.

  3. LISA (Lollipop)
    MY MEMORIES OF YOU AND PHYLLIS ARE A TREASURE I KEEP CLOSE TO MY HEART AND GIVES ME SOLICE AT THIS TIME. I MISS AND LOVE YOU!!!!!
    REST IN PEACE MY FRIEND AND WE WILL BE TOGETHER AGAIN IN THE FUTURE
    ERIKA AND FAMILY
    MY PRAYERS AND LOVE ARE WITH YOU.
    I LOVED LISA SHE WAS PART OF MY FAMILY AND I WILL MISS HER VERY MUCH

    LOVE DIANE

  4. Yet again another dear friend has left us much too soon. I’m heartbroken knowing I will never see you again, well not in this life, but happy that you are now in peace. You will be forever in my heart. Thank you for everything.

    P.S. Say hi to Phyllis for me.

    Love, Janie

  5. Lisa,
    anyone who crossed paths with you in their life reaped the instant joy an enlightenment that your smile brought to ones soul.
    Truly touched by an angel.
    Those of us who had the gift of your friendship will always continue to experience the heartfelt warmth and kindness your beautiful smile graced us with.
    It is engraved in our hearts, souls and minds.
    Rest in peace our friend.
    love,
    Richie Montemarano

  6. I did not know Lisa as well as most of you who commented here, but the few times in her company I will always remember.
    She lived her life with dignity, courage and grace and left this earth the exact same way.
    She is smiling and watching over all who loved her .

  7. As I reflect on Lisa’s memory I find it extremely difficult to speak of Lisa in the past tense for she was a woman full of life, vitality and strength. Most commendable was how she dealt with her life’s most difficult tribulations with such hope, courage and bravery. Though her mission in life was short lived, her accomplishments were many. God bless you Lis and your devoted family and friends.

    With Love,
    Eva Solimine

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