Diane F. Femino
1952 ∼ 2019
Geoff Worrell & Family of Wareham wrote:
We were deeply saddened on the loss of this great lady. Gina and family, please know that you are in our thoughts and we hope that the many memories of great times will offer some bit of comfort to your family at this time.
Susan Pizzolato wrote:
Diane was such a sweet, cheerful person. Lovely in every way. My condolences to her husband, her dear sister Anne, and all her family.
TheresaM Gratis of BUZZARDS BAY wrote:
So very sorry for your loss. May she RIP and God Bless all her family and friends.
Anita Diliberto of Watertown, Ma wrote:
To my beautiful Sister and God Mother: Our hearts break. There are no words. We lost you too soon. But we are comforted knowing that you are with our family in heaven - Cindy, Greg, Mikey, Ma and Dad, Terry and so many others. We know that you have already signed up to tend to God's vast and heavenly gardens. Be at peace with our family, Jesus, the Blessed Mother, the Angels, the birds, butterflys, bunnies and flowers. To Richie, Gina, Rocky, Jen, Bob and Family - all our love and support. Love Auntie Anita, Pete and Brady
LISA J Diliberto of Woburn wrote:
"Goodbyes are only for those who love with their eyes. Because for those who love with heart and soul, there is no such thing as separation" Rumi
Jackie Oconnell of Wareham ma wrote:
She was such a strong person who we all loved so much. She was an amazing aunt and God mother and will be missed beyond words.
Ron and Rosemary Smith of Fort Myers , Florida wrote:
We love you forever DIANE!! And we will miss you forever- our hearts are broken!! Rose and I will always remember you’re Kind Spirit and you’re Generosity!!! Se you someday in heaven- save us a seat!! Ron, Rose and Maggie❤️❤️❤️❤️
Anne & Ron Landisi of Fort MYERS Beach, FL 33931 wrote:
I am sorry that I never had the opportunity to meet Diane. I already know that I would have been welcome in her kitchen and would have enjoyed her company and that of her family and a delicious meal created from her garden. Her sister Rose and husband Ron are our friends. They are very special people full of love and compassion just as Diane was. We feel very blessed that God allowed our paths to cross. Take comfort in the arms of our Blessed Mother, Rose. She knows what loss and sadness is like. Love and prayers, Anne and Ron XO
Ronnie Keshishian-Sun City Arizona of Sun City Arizona wrote:
I am very sorry to hear of your loss.Diane was a special person and touched many hearts.She will always be remembered and never be forgotten.RIP Diane.
Robert DeLuca of Wareham Mass. wrote:
Rich, Rocky, Gina, and Family There are no words of comfort for such a devastating loss that came so quick.The name Diane from the Romans "the Divine" from the French "the Messenger" Diane was all of that and more! Diane and Cindy were inseparable as they are now in the hands of our Lord. Through Cindy's sickness Diane was there little did we all know she was as sick. I was Honored that you would let me help in any way i could. God Bless you Forever in our Hearts. Cindy & Bobby DeLuca & Family
Susan Reiner Carney of Natick MA wrote:
Rest In Peace . You will always be that fun girl who I was friends with in jr and sr high as well as freshman year at North Adams. All those pajama parties at your house ... memories of so much. God bless you.
anna of wareham wrote:
God rest Diane, a beautiful soul, and bless the loving family who are living with this terrible loss . I am so very sorry and I pray you will find consolation and comfort in your shared memories of her life. Peace
Deborah Boyajian of Portland, Maine wrote:
I’m so sorry reading about Diane’s death. Sending heartfelt condolences to the family. Diane’s beautiful smile and that special gleam in her eyes, has not changed at all — brings back warm memories of growing up together in the ‘East End.’ Deborah Boyajian
richard femino of wareham,ma wrote:
baby,thankyou for the best 47 years of my life,sure we had our bad times, a few incidents but we always seemed to connect and reason it out a lot was my fault, sometimes yours haha, seriously I cant thankyou enough.you taught how to be in plain English (human) you showed me how a little courtesy and kindness can go a long way.you gave me two beautiful children rocky and gina.and cause of you they are a perfect gentleman and lady and you have (4) beautiful grand children, angelo with (rocky and jen) and bobby paulie and little thresa with gina and bobby,one of your greatest qualities was your love for people and how you were always there to help anybody wether it was my family your family or just a stranger you knew how to make a person feel goodi will miss your Italian cooking how yopu could turn a disaster in to a meal fit for a king,and your touch how you could make our home so comfortable and make it comfortable to anyone who came in our house,your green thumb you had for plants how you planted a garden and the vegies we had and the never ending basil yes you made sure we had plenty for cooking and your salads that everyone loved, and I will miss the way you made the broccoli with the garlic your shrimp scampi as only you could make and yes your meatballs that anyone who ate them couldn't get enough,but baby, to wrap it up I will miss you,(47) years and we had a lot more to share all these years you cared for everybody, wether it was my mother, your brother, your father, your aunt yiur mother, and last yes your sister cindyy, who fought a tenacious battle with cancer and you were right there with her through her journey with your sisters and her husband bobby,sadly at the end cindy lost the battle, it was devastating to all of us, it was hard to accept but then you were no longer a care giver you were gonna start to live your life for the first time in years you could start focusing on diane now, then like alightning strike you became the patient to fast to soon that's what we are left with,(why) did (god) take you, from us but I guess he needed some organizing up ther in the big blue sky and if any body could solve problems and bring people to gether that's you, but another thing you taught me is (WHEN ONE DOOR CLOSES ANOTHER ONE OPENS)and I will be there when you open it for me, so baby, for now its not goodbye, diane frances femino I love you your husband RICHIE
Linda M DeLuca of Watertown wrote:
Richie, Rocky & Gina, I like everyone else have no comforting words. There are no words to express the sorrow of such a tremendous loss. I went to school with Diane, she was so smart. I loved spending time shopping with her and our beautiful Cindy. She was such a wonderful Mother, sister, daughter & wife. Diane had such a warm welcoming way about her. I always felt like one of her sisters whenever I would see her. I'm so sorry for your loss and may God give all of you strength. Rest in Peace Diane, Linda DeLuca & Joe Ryan
Shelley Marks of FOXBOROUGH wrote:
So Sorry to hear. My prayers are out to you and the family.
Patrick Murphy of Boston MA wrote:
Please accept the Murphy Family's condolences for your Family's loss.
Jenn Smith Tavares of Wareham wrote:
Our condolences to Richie, Rocky, Gina and family. We are so very saddened to read about Diane passing away. She was a great person, she was always smiling, and she was a great neighbor when I was growing up. May she rest in peace.