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Elizabeth C. (Iacomini) Latini

May 11, 1928 ~ March 2, 2021 (age 92)


Elizabeth "Betty" C. (Iacomini) Latini, of Quincy died on March 2, 2021, following a brief illness.

Betty was raised in Quincy. After graduating from North Quincy High, she was employed at the Shawmut Bank in Boston.  Later, Betty worked as the staff manager and cake decorator at Grahn's Bakery in Quincy. There she met the love of her life, John Latini, a baker.  They married in 1951, and had four daughters.  Following retirement, Betty and John moved to Plymouth.

Betty was a modern 92 year old.  She could text, email, use a Kindle; iPad and manage her Facebook page.  She enjoyed crocheting afghans and was a member of the Seaside Stitchers at the Kennedy Center.  Betty enjoyed lunches at Sullivan's on Castle Island and at Ned's Point in Mattapoisett. She loved mystery rides, metal detecting, and playing solitaire.  Betty spoke daily with her 101 year old sister and best friend, Margaret.

Wife of the late John Latini.   Cherished Mother of Nancy Barron and her husband Bill of Quincy; Lorraine Moore and her husband Tom of  Weymouth; Debbie Kelly and her husband Ken of  Plymouth; and Lois Cosgrove; Sister of  Margaret Gibbons. She is predeceased by her brother Francis Iacomini, sister Leonora Smith, and her great-grandson Joshua Moore. 

She was the beloved Grandmother to Bill, John and Christopher Barron; Jason, Eric DellaBarba, Jason Moore, Kristin Jordan; Zachary Cosgrove; Angelina Cosgrove; Jacob Fluegel and Alex Fluegel.

Betty was the cherished great-grandmother of Jack, Will, Cameron, Kellen, James, Finn and Brendan.

End of Life services are private for immediate family due to Covid 19, at the Hamel-Lydon Chapel 650 Hancock Street Quincy, MA. In lieu of flowers, please send donations in memory of Betty Latini to stjude.org


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