Angelo Falco

Passed 11/30/2021

Angelo Falco

Passed 11/30/2021


Obituary For Angelo Falco

It is with great sadness the family of Angelo Falco announces his passing on November 30, 2021. He passed peacefully with his children by his side, at the age of 59.
Angelo was born in Boston, Massachusetts on August 30, 1962 to his late loving parents Vincent Falco and Barbara (Hanna) Falco.

Angelo was the loving father to Alyssa Falco, Matthew Falco, Ryan Falco and Nicole Falco.
He was the brother of Marianne and Wayne Warmington of Hanson, Lisa Falco and John Feneck of Rockland, and the late Maureen Hackett. A loving grandfather to two.
Angelo also had many nieces, nephews and cousins that he loved dearly.

Angelo loved being around his children and family, especially during their traditional Sunday dinners! Angelo enjoyed being outdoors whether it being at a lake or ocean to go fishing, or even on top of the mountain to go skiing. Angelo could always put a smile on your face, between his kindness or his funny sense of humor even if you didn't know him.

He will be truly be missed by his loved ones.
Angelo's family welcomes friends and loved ones to celebrate his life at Magoun-Biggins Funeral Home, 135 Union St, Rockland Mass 02370 on Tuesday, December 7th from 5pm to 8 pm.

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  • god bless the falco family dolores hall

  • Alyssa Falco is my best friend and has been for twenty years. During that time alyssa lived with Angelo off and on, and when she did, I was always there. Angelo welcomed me into his home always. There was never once a time that he said I should go home , even when I had been there for weeks on end. He was a great father and I have a feeling he will be missed by many more people than we ever knew. He was a bright light to say the least. Alyssa, Matt, Ryan, and Nikki, know he will watch over you and always be so proud of you all. I love you guys! Xoxo grace dennison

  • To Ryan, Nikki, Matt and Alyssa, We are so sad to hear of your Dad's passing. May he rest in peace. Love from Paul and Rita Kelly.

  • Rest in Peace Ang. We spent many summers together in Dorchester, Milton and Rockland growing up and every Sunday at dinner. Like Lisa said, you were always so lighthearted and funny. Miss you! - Uncle 'Jim Jim"

  • My big brother, I am going to miss you but now you can Rest In Peace. You were even joking around when I saw you Sunday. If you met Angelo, you no longer had a first name it was replaced with a nickname or a jingle and sometimes he would throw in a little dance to go along with it! He was always happy! Love you and I will miss you!! Your little sister Pizza!

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