Eileen Aliano Obituary, Death – We are really sad to inform you that Eileen Aliano, Bob’s cherished wife, passed away recently.
We are sorry to hear about Bob and his family and promise to be here for them at all times. I hope that you are able to find some measure of peace, comfort, and bravery at this difficult time.
You have the love of everyone here at the Rialto Barbershop, as well as all of our clients and friends in the community.
A life that was lived to such high standards deserves to be remembered in a manner that is both meaningful and lovely.
IN LOVING MEMORY OF EILEEN ALIANO Eileen M. (Jansky) Aliano is originally from the West Roxbury neighborhood. The day is the 21st of January in the year 2023. The cherished wife of Robert J. Aliano for the past 63 years. Beloved mother of David Aliano of West Roxbury, Mark Aliano of Biddeford, ME, Deborah Aliano of Boston, and Robert J. Aliano, Jr., who went away. Elaine Fahey of Norwood and Evelyn Roman, who also passed away, had a great deal of affection for her.
In addition, her nephew Jeffery Roman is still around. Eileen was seen as an outstanding example of what a good mother should be by all those around her. Everyone who knew her will miss her, especially because she was such a talented chef. People are welcome to visit the P.E. Murray-F.J. Higgins, George F. Doherty & Sons Funeral Home on Sunday, January 29, from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm. The funeral home is located at 2000 Centre St. in WEST ROXBURY. On Monday, January 30, the funeral will begin at the funeral home at 9 a.m., and at 10 a.m., there will be a Funeral Mass at St. Theresa-Avila Church in West Roxbury. Both events will take place on Monday.
Your loved ones and friends are more than welcome to attend. Interment private. If you would want to express your sympathies, you may do so by mailing a letter to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute at the following address: P.O. Box 849168, Boston, Massachusetts 02284. A virtual guestbook can be found at Pemurrayfuneral.com. George F. Doherty & Sons of West Roxbury, which was owned by F.J. Higgins and P.E. Murray 617 325 2000