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Vincent Frank DiTullio

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Of Everett. Entered into eternal life on Wednesday, December 6, 2023 in the Elmhurst Health Care Center in Melrose after being in failing health.   He was 97 years old.  Vin was born in Everett and remained a resident until his passing.  Devoted son of the late Nicola and Raffaela (Roberto) DiTullio. Dear brother of Anna Wesa of Everett.  He is also survived by his longtime sweetheart, companion and best friend for 23 years Beverly Wiggins of Malden.  To Beverly he was known as Vince, family as Jim and friends and neighbors as Vinnie.  Vinnie entered the U. S. Navy at the end of WW II, of which he was very proud.  Vinnie met Beverly at a dance 23 years ago.  They shared a love of music, especially Jazz, show tunes and Art.  They visited Art museums, Vinnie lingering at the art and looking and purchasing Art books in the gift shop.  He was self-taught about art, enjoying the books he collected.  Vinnie’s hobbies were watching football, PBS travel shows and TV word shows.  Beverly and Vinnie spent many hours playing Trivia on the phone and during visits.  They spent Sundays together playing trivia, listing to music and ordering dinner from their favorite restaurant, the “99”.  Vinnie lived independently until recently when his health began to fail.  Beverly spent his last days by his side until the end.

Visitation was held at the Cafasso & Sons Funeral Home, Everett on Tuesday, December 12.

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