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Edna M. (Toomey) DiGiampietro, 90, longtime resident of Stoughton, passed away peacefully with her family at her side, at the Dr. Ruth McLain Hospice Home in Braintree, MA on October 30, 2023. Edna was the only child of the late John J. And Mary E. (Noone) Toomey of Brockton.
Edna is survived by her husband of 64 years Orlando A. DiGiampietro and was a devoted mother to Cathy DiGiampietro and her wife Tracey Juda of Lakeville, Jean Dooley and her husband Kevin of Berkley, Susan Porazzo of Hanson, Paul DiGiampietro of Canton, and the late John DiGiampietro. She was also the cherished grandmother of Gina DiGiampietro and Alexandra Porazzo.
Edna was a proud graduate of Brockton High School and the Mass General Hospital School of Nursing. Her career spanned several decades, during which she worked at Mass General Hospital, the VA Hospital in Brockton, and New England Sinai Hospital.
In addition to her work, she enjoyed traveling, especially cruising the Caribbean and Europe. She was an avid reader and had a passion for crossword puzzles, game shows and ironing.
Above all, Edna loved spending time with her family. They were her pride and joy, and she made sure they knew it. Her love for them was evident in everything she did.
Edna M. DiGiampietro will be dearly missed. Her memory will be cherished by her family, friends, and all who had the privilege of knowing her. The family would like to offer their thanks and appreciation to the staffs of The Dr. Ruth McLain Hospice Home and Life Care Center of Raynham.
A private service was held at Knollwood Memorial Park in Canton.