Danielle Kurtz

Danielle L. Kurtz

Wednesday, March 21st, 1990 - Monday, February 25th, 2019
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Danielle L. Kurtz, 28 years of age, of Revere, passed away on Monday, February 25, 2019.

Cherished daughter of Tricia Chilante and the late Danny Kurtz. Loving sister of Dylan Chilante. Adored granddaughter of Catherine Chilante and the late Gaetano Chilante. Caring niece of Michelle Ferragamo and her husband David and Diane Levine and her husband Ron. Also survived by her loving companion Jonathan Mackey, many loving cousins and friends and her 3 loyal dogs Brucey, Mooka and Chichi.

Family and friends will honor Danielle’s life by gathering in Vazza’s “Beechwood” Funeral Home, 262 Beach St. REVERE on Sunday, March 3rd from 2PM to 6PM for a Memorial Visitation. A Funeral Service will be held in our Chapel of the Resurrection at 5:45PM. Committal Service is private.

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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Sunday, March 3rd, 2019 | 2:00pm - 6:00pm
    Sunday, March 3rd, 2019 2:00pm - 6:00pm
    Beechwood Funeral Home
    262 Beach Street
    REVERE, MA 02151
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  • Service

    Sunday, March 3rd, 2019 | 5:45pm
    Sunday, March 3rd, 2019 5:45pm
    Chapel of the Resurrection@ Beechwood
    262 Beach St.
    Revere 02151
  • Interment

    Committal Private


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Lynn Maguire

Posted at 09:36am
So sorry for your loss condolences from the Maguire family

Dena Zibell

Posted at 08:06am
Tricia I was so sorry to hear about the passing of your daughter Danielle! I remember when my daughter Kristen and Danielle were in kindergarten together at Garfield school and I still have pictures of them at that time. Even though I had moved after Kristen finished kindergarten I would think of you guys especially when we would look at pictures of them in kindergarten! I just wanted to pay my condolences and let you know how sorry I am and that you have to go through this and I will keep you in thoughts and prayers my friend!

Ellen Reardon

Posted at 11:20am
My beautiful, beautiful friend.
There is no one in the world like you. I have known that since the day that we met.
For so many years we spent nearly every day together. Even as we grew up and grew apart for various reasons, I still would tell stories about the things we did all the time. Any time I had a ridiculous idea in my head of something that I wanted to do, I didn't even ask twice and you were right there beside me. I needed a friend to take a road trip with, and you came right with me, no questions asked. We had sleepovers and dance parties and some of the wackiest, most ridiculous conversations. We went to concerts and amusement parks and always had so many ridiculous things happen to us. You were the most genuine, unique, sassy person I have ever known. You took no BS from anyone, at any time. And you hated to see the people you cared about taking any BS. You always encouraged me to do the things that would make me the happiest, no matter what. You always knew what I wanted and what I needed even before I did. You were brutally honest and would never hold back from telling people how you feel. Not enough people are like that. You had such an incredible laugh and an incredible smile. So many days you would make me laugh until I cried. Genuine, uncontrollable, belly laughing. So many of the happy memories I have from my adolescence involve you. I will never, ever forget those times. I will miss you every day. I hope you are snuggling with Fred right now. I love you so much.

Deborah Miscioscia

Posted at 03:47am
Oh my sweet Dany-El (as your Pappa would refer to you and we would giggle and roll our eyes each time he said it)
You were my favorite hair lil’ brusher, my most attentive audience aka little sponge during the many times I dispensed useless boy advice as we critiqued American Idol.
(Okay, so I may not ever forgive you for introducing that guilty little pleasure into my
I have always and will always consider you to be my family.
Despite the distance after my moving, I swear I have thought of you more times than I could ever count.
I will try not to live with the regret for not being in contact with you more. However that is going to be a super difficult task….
Gosh… were SO many wonderful things: Sassy, innocent, naïve, strong, sensitive, cute, and OMG freaking (FFAAF) adorable.
You were blessed with your daddy’s gorgeous squinty eyes as well as his “half” lil’ snarky smile and your Mom’s “Don’t take any crap attitude”. And her “to know her is to love her” dry as toast humor (Love you foreva Dish)
That amazing combination made you tough yet so vulnerable all at the same time….
A beautiful bundle of perfect imperfections.
You had greatness, innocence and vulnerability in everything you did.
And f-u-see kay , you were always REAL.
Again, just like your Mom. That is so hard to find. An amazing quality.
Beautiful on the inside and out.
One of my fondest moments before I moved “out of the country” was when we were all singing “Single Ladies” while sitting on my living room floor (as we often did or on the couch in the parlor (that was for you Dish) or the “Veranda” simply to make Gregg cringe and cuz we sounded pretty good too : )
Stupid, goofy, yet harmless fun. It was the BEST.
THE greatest moment (speaking for myself) was when we were waiting in the doctor’s office with your Mom and all of her numerous closest friends
(And she had a sh##@@( ton of them… like now.. she has the ability to make us all her disciples/minions but always in a good way ) to confirm she had in fact had been blessed with you.
AKA the stick turned
As I recall we all literally jumped out of our seats and cheered as well as scared the sh##@ out of everyone else in the waiting room.
It felt like it was some sort of strange yet divine intervention to provide some sort of comfort
( Sort of like God making amends) for having taken your Dad so suddenly while he was so young, while he and your Mom made their commitment to each other to live together, to love each other , to share their lives together as one.
With the tradeoff being the gift of: YOU.
(And it was the greatest un-wrapped gift eva)
You gave us hope, solitude, a reason for being, and somewhat of the answer to our question: “WHY”?
I know your Dad/Daddy was waiting for you with open loving arms in heaven on Monday. He has been waiting sooo long to hold you, to hug you, to tell you he loves you.
Despite how bad my heart aches, I am trying to make peace with it, to try and understand that you both have so much catching up to do.
And as for the rest of us are concerned, we will have to try to understand, we will try not to be filled with hate or to continue on living by being numb or with bitterness…
We will try to realize that we had been blessed.. we have had our precious time with you.
And now it is only fair for us to share you with the others who had to leave you before they were ready.
So now they get “their” time. Your Daddy has been waiting for eva and your Pappa keeps saying “Danny-El” but it had been falling on deaf ears until now.

So my sweet perfect Angel, until we meet again…
I will always think of you, I will always love you.. and my
Hair brush is packed for that special day.

And please don’t worry about your Nanna. Yes, she is taking this super, super hard.
Her heart is breaking. Broken.
But don’t ever forget SHE is the mold that created all of you.
She is the toughest most caring most protective most resilient cookie of all.
She will always lead, we will always follow.
She is what makes us strong even when she feels weak. And we will pay it forward.
Peace my buttercup… ttyl xoxoxox

Patricia Chilante Posted at 04:02pm

Thank u deb for writing beautiful memories..u will always be like family

Melissa Tran

Posted at 01:59am
I meet you in the hardest part of my life. You always supported me. You knew I loved you. We drifted as life went on and we would see each other every now and then. I will always remember you. You were the best thing to happen to alot of people. I remember sleeping over your house and staying up to watch the nanny. I remember all little habits you had. I remember how you always hated the cold and that you always kept the same ring tones. We would walk down the street and get steak and extra extra cheese subs. You were one of my only friends for a few years. Thank you dani. I will never forget.

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