Leo Amendola

1934 ∼ 2021

Kristen Rosen of Mashpee Ma wrote:

Dear Dawn and Linda, and the entire family of “Uncle Leo”, Please accept our most heartfelt condolences on the loss of your husband, father and Nonna. May all his memories be a blessing to you during such a difficult time. Love, Kristen & Howie Rosen

Paul E Hesson of Orange Park, Fl. wrote:

Leo was all about class and kindness. I learned more from my Brother in Law than anyone else. Rest in peace Leo, Love, Paul

Megan Cabral of Falmouth, Ma wrote:

Oh Leo... this saddens me beyond belief... I’ll miss your friendly smile and cheerful voice always popping in to say hello... My prayers go out to your loving family. You will be terribly missed my friend.

Patty Cappadona of Marlboro ma wrote:

Dear Mrs Amendola ,Linda &Dawn; I was so sorry to hear about your loss.Leo was always kind ,funny and a a great neighbor o me ai will miss him and think of you and your family everytime I pass you and old house .I am sending you prayers love and wishing you all peace Much love Patty Cappadona

Robert Landry of Marlborough wrote:

My sincere condolences to the Amendola Family. Leo will be remembered as a great neighbor and friend to our family. Many, many laughs were had in the old neighborhood! I'm deeply saddened to hear of Leo's passing. Bob Landry and Family

Shirley M. Kalnin of Mashpee wrote:

Dear Dottie, My Deepest Sympathy of your great loss. May he rest in peace. Fondly Shirley

Carol (Confrey) Branscombe of Leominster, MA wrote:

Dawn and family, I'm so very sorry to hear of your dad's passing. He was the kindest man; warm and always nice to me. I just remember him smiling and laughing, and even remember visiting him at his pharmacy in Sudbury. His was a life well lived and I'm sure your many happy memories of him will help bring a smile to your face. Thinking of you, Carol

Vicky Nixon of Brewster, MA wrote:

Leo was my first boss ever at Post Road Apothecary in Sudbury when I was a teenager. I have great memories of working with him. He called me “Pebbles” because of how I wore my hair. I’ll always remember him for that. My thoughts and prayers are with the whole Amendola family!

Naomi and George Fox of Boynron Beach,Fl.33437 wrote:

Our heartfelt condolences to Leo's family. We remember him with such fondness. Always a smile,always a good word,fabulous outlook on life.He served his time well. May his dear soul rest in peace. sincerely,Naomi and George

Mary Ellen Moynihan of Hudson, MA wrote:

I was so saddened to learn of Leo's passing.  He was a truly wonderful man and a great friend to so many including myself.  My thoughts and prayers are with his wife Dottie and his children, Dawn and Linda.

Christopher of East Falmouth, Mass. wrote:

Leo will forever be in our prayers!!

Marc Poisson of Dorchester, MA wrote:

Dear Dottie, Dawn and Linda, My sincere condolences for your loss. Take solace in knowing he is peacefully asleep in the loving arms of our Creator. Given his Italian heritage it is likely Leo was named after St. Leo of Catania in Sicily (703 - 789). His lifelong dedication to service certainly mirrored that of St. Leo’s and it is only fitting that he was laid to rest on the Feast Day of St. Leo also at the age of 86. Well done, good and faithful servant!

John Pustaver of Sudbury wrote:

Very sorry to read of the passing of Leo, our favorite pharmacist in Sudbury for many years. My condolences to all friends and family.

Jill P. of Downingtown PA wrote:

Dottie, Dawn, and Linda - so many fond memories of Leo when we were growing up in Marlboro! From his cute laugh, to his love for “Marshmallow” (you know they are giving each other a huge embrace) , to our visits to his pharmacy, and to the joy of retirement on the Cape. He will mostly be remembered for his big heart filled of love for you ladies, grandchildren, and his entire family. Love you all, sending big hugs and condolences . ❤️❤️❤️

Karen E Cross of Taunton wrote:

I didn't really know Leo but I do know that he was a fighter and gave all he had to his lovely wife, Dottie and his steadfast family. I work with his daughter, Dawn Flannery, who is an exemplary example or the kind of person Leo was. You have all been in my thoughts and prayers since the beginning of this journey, and you will continue to be there. God Bless you and bring you peace.

Peter Thomson of Jamaica Plain wrote:

I was so sorry to hear from Linda about Leo's death. He and Dottie were always kind and welcoming during the years of my many visits to his homes in Marlboro and Falmouth, and he clearly so adored his daughters. I know he'll be missed badly by his family and community.