In Memory of William R. Panico, Owned Watertown Carpet Store

The family of William R. Panico, submitted the following memorial in his honor. Panico owned and operated Final Touch Carpets in Watertown for over 30 years. In Memory of William R. Panico

April 8, 1944 – November 15, 2018

Bill, thank you for your unconditional love and kindness

And for always being so selfless.Dad, thank you for your thoughtful and loving heartAnd for your never-ending giving nature.Papa, thank you for your silliness and fun-loving waysBut mostly for the comfort you brought us every day. We love you,

Linda, Kim, Nikki, Dave, Kyle, Kodie, Samantha, Reagan, Sadie, Faith and Christian

OBIT: Frank LeBlanc, 90, Retired Physicist, WWII Navy Veteran

Francis J. “Frank” LeBlanc of Watertown died on Oct. 12, 2019 at the age of 90. Beloved husband of Gracemarie V. (Alfe). Devoted father of Janine M. LeBlanc-Straceski (Anthony) of Andover, John J. LeBlanc (Debra) of North Andover, Steven F. LeBlanc (Anne Beinecke) of Cambridge and Marybeth L. Shea (Tom) of North Andover. Loving grandfather of Joseph & Christa LeBlanc, Madeleine & Matthew Shea, and Francis, Joseph & Michael Straceski.

OBIT: Katherine McCourt, 102, 1935 WHS Grad, Raised Big Family

Katherine McCourt

A Funeral Mass for Katherine M. (Broderick) McCourt, 102, of Londonderry N.H., formerly of Watertown, will be held on Tuesday, June 11, in the Church of Saint Patrick, 212 Main St., Watertown. 

Mrs. McCourt, the only child of the late John and Catherine (Feeney) Broderick, was born in Everett days after the United States entered World War I. She soon moved to Watertown, where she attended Hosmer Elementary School, East Junior High School, and then Watertown High School, graduating in 1935. As a result of her parents’ hard work and savings, she was able to further her education at Bryant & Stratton Commercial School where she completed the Secretarial Program in 1936. Upon graduation, she took a job at the John McCourt Company, a construction firm started by its namesake in 1893. There she met the founder’s grandson, Frank McCourt, who soon after proposed to her during his active military service. After Pearl Harbor, the two moved up their wedding to Christmas Day 1941 so that he could fight in World War II without losing the love of his life.

OBIT: Charlie Casello, 98, WWII Navy Vet, Active in Local Church

Charlie Casello

A Funeral service for Charles Paul Casello will be held in the Grace Chapel, 525 Main St. Watertown on Wednesday June 5, 2019 at 10:00 a.m.

Charlie was the loving son of the late Carmello Casello and Concetta (Galvagno) Casello. He passed away Thursday evening in Cambridge after a period of declining health. Charlie was 98. Charlie was born and raised in Lexington.

OBIT: Paul Kelly, 84, Past President of Hibernians, Served in Korean Conflict

Paul Kelly

A Funeral Mass for Paul Francis Kelly will be celebrated on Monday May 20, 2019 at 9:00 a.m., in the Church of Saint Patrick, Watertown. A son of the late Edward P. Kelly and Ann C. (Morley) Kelly, Paul passed away Wednesday morning after a long illness. He was 84. Paul was born in Waltham and was a longtime resident of Watertown before moving to Scituate in the early 2000s. He graduated from St.

OBIT: Agnes McFarlin, 82, Nurse Practitioner, Devoted to Her Family

Agnes McFarlin

A Funeral Mass for Agnes L. McFarlin will be celebrated on Saturday May 11, 2019 at 11:00 a.m., in the Church of Saint Patrick, Watertown. A daughter of the late William & Gertrude (McDonnell) McFarlin, Agnes passed away Sunday evening. She was 82. Agnes was born in and raised in Alston and later in life moved to Watertown. She was a graduate of St.

OBIT: Grace Julian, 89, Taught CCD, Worked at Star/Shaw’s Over 50 Years

A Funeral Mass for Grace Teresa (Bottari) Juliano will be celebraated on Friday May 3, 2019 at 9:00 a.m., in the Church of Saint Patrick, Watertown. A daughter of the late Felice Bottari and Pauline (Cicclo) Bottari, Grace passed away Sunday morning. She was 89. Marie was born and raised in Cambridge and graduating from Cambridge High & Latin class of 1948. She moved to Watertown in 1958 with her husband Joseph Vincent Juliano.