Viola L. Santoro

1922 ∼ 2019

The Kendrigan Family wrote:

To the lovely Santoro family, I extend to you all our sorrow in the loss of such a warm and loving person, your mother/grandmother. We all want our loved ones to be with us forever and she is with her beloved,John. That must be comforting to you. Know that our hearts are with you as well as our Prayers. Bonnie, Jimmy and our family

Peter Iafrate of Gainesville, FL wrote:

So sad to hear of Viola's passing. She was my mother's cousin and best friend, and like a second mother. So many great memories. I am so glad I got to visit with her just about a year ago, at that time, still very sharp and witty. I will miss her and John a lot, truly the end of an era.

Lisa Decas Jacques of Middleboro, Ma wrote:

To the Santoro Family, we are so very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers to you and your family. Wayne and Lisa Jacques John and Kiki Decas

Mary Iadarola Alden of Milford, Mass, 50 East Walnut St. wrote:

So sorry to the passing of your mother. Your mother and father were wonderful people. I remember when they came to Milford they would try to visit everyone.

Joan Holway of Marion wrote:

She lived a good life.

Jane Goodwin of Encinitas CA wrote:

Dear Bobby and ‘Li’l John’ and the entire Santoro family My deepest love and sympathy to you on the passing of your cherished mother and my beloved Godmother . I am SO deeply grateful that your mother was in my life all these years and her esteemed role of Godmother to me will be held in my heart forever. Love,Jane

Chris & Judy Gibbons of Rochester, Ma wrote:

Viola was one of the nicest people my wife and I had the pleasure of knowing. We worked together at Peoples Savings. She always looked out for me! Great lady!

Camille S Watson of Marion wrote:

I thank God that i got to know Viola she thought me how to be humble , and graceful no matter what the situation may be. I will miss you , and i will cherish every moment we spent together, every conversation with laughter . It is your time to rest. 'God called your name so gently. That only you could hear. No one heard the footsteps, Of the Angel drawing near. Softly from the Shadows there came a gentle call, You closed your eyes and went to sleep and quietly left us all."