Roseann Dasaro

Roseann J. Dasaro (Carbone)

Thursday, November 30th, 1933 - Monday, May 11th, 2020
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Roseann J. (Carbone) Dasaro, 86 years of age, of Everett, formerly of East Boston, passed away on Monday, May 11, 2020 surrounded by her loving family.

Cherished daughter of the late Carmine and Caroline (Morretti) Carbone. Beloved wife for 67 years of Frank S. Dasaro. Loving mother of the late Frank Dasaro and his surviving wife Vanessa, Nancy Dasaro and her husband Kerry Conner and Robert Dasaro. Adored grandmother of Anthony Dasaro, Melissa Ficarrotta and her husband Joseph, Eric Dasaro and his wife Adele and Nicholas Goodwin. Cherished great-grandmother of Landon, Alexis and Morgan. Caring sister of the late Jerry, Pasquale and Anne Carbone. Also survived by three bonus granddaughters Alyson (Conner) Cassidy, Keri-ann (Conner) Miserandino and her husband Marty and Ashley (Conner) Addesa and her husband Mike along with 6 great-grandchildren, Noella, Conner, Raegan, Millie, Ellianna and Annalise. She will also be greatly missed by many loving nieces, nephews and cousins. Roseann was a proud retired employee of Harvard University where she worked for 25 years.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all services are private. A Memorial Mass will be held at a later date when it is safe to do so.

At the family’s request please OMIT flowers. Donations may be made in Roseann’s memory to the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital by visiting
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Tony Giacalone

Posted at 06:05pm
I knew Roseann when I was in college and that was over 30 years ago. All the "kids" called her Rosie. She was so friendly, smart, kind and funny. She made me and hundreds of others at Currier House feel so welcome and at home. I'll always remember what a joy it was to have her at Currier House and I am sure there are thousands of others that feel the same way. She was a wonderful person.

Nancy Dasaro Posted at 05:30pm

Tony: Thank you so much for the kind words. She loved working there and all those "kids" meant so much to her. I remember at commencement, students would bring their parents, especially their moms, to meet her so they could thank her for taking such good care of their child. She was like a surrogate mom during the school year. She was all the attributes you mentioned. I would add courageous, strong and committed. Thank you, Tony, you really touched our hearts. Stay safe and be well!

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