Olga C. Foscaldi

1924 ∼ 2020

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Olga C. (Alberghini) Foscaldi, passed away at the Cape Heritage and Rehabilitation Nursing facility in Sandwich MA on April 18, 2020. She was 95 years of age and died of natural causes. Olga was the daughter of Italian immigrants, the late Louis and Argia (Bretta ) Alberghini and was a

lifelong resident of Bridgewater. She graduated from Bridgewater Academy class of 1942. After high school she went to work for the John E. Lucy Shoe Company in Bridgewater where most of her family was employed. She married Ralph J Foscaldi from Brockton in 1952. Ralph was a WWII and Korean War Veteran. They bought a house in Bridgewater in 1958 where they settled and raised their son Bob.

Olga was a quiet person who enjoyed cooking, knitting, homemaking and was an extremely loving and caring Grandmother for her three grandchildren. She was a member of the Lucy Shoe Bowling League for many years. When she and her husband Ralph retired, they traveled to many places in the US and visited relatives in Italy. She attended church regularly and later became very active at the Bridgewater Senior Center and volunteered to work at the bazaars at Saint Thomas Aquinas Church in Bridgewater.

Olga was the loving wife of the late Ralph J. Foscaldi, loving mother of Robert M. Foscaldi and his wife Mary-Frances and proud “Grandma” of Juliana, Vincent, and Mason. Olga was the sister of Enio Alberghini (and his late wife Olga), Anita Pincolini (and her late husband William), and Louis P Alberghini and his wife Mary Ann, all of whom reside in Bridgewater. Olga is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews.

Due to COVID-19, all services for Olga will be held privately.

Olga C. Foscaldi

1924 ∼ 2020

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