Barbara Carmella (Falzone) Graf, of Everett, entered into eternal rest, unexpectedly, on December 30, 2020, in the CHA-Everett Hospital. She was 83 years old.
Barbara was born in Everett. She loved spending time with her children and grandchildren most of all. Family was everything to her and she was everything and more to them.
Some of Barbara’s favorite things to do besides spending time with family were traveling to the beaches of Florida, Aruba, and Revere. She also enjoyed read- ing, cooking, crocheting, and monthly luncheons with her 2 sisters. Barbara retired from 31 years of employment at the Whidden Memorial Hospital, maintaining many long lasting friendships. Barbara is the light that will continue to shine through her loving daughters, sons, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Loving daughter of the late Ruth Marie (Blood) and Leo Natale Falzone. Beloved wife of Paul H. Graf, Jr. for over 56 years. Cherished mother of Anne Marie (Arsenault) Hassey and her husband, Richard, John Arsenault, Linda Ruth (Arsenault) Meucci and her late husband, Michael Meucci and Mark Michel, Vincent Costa and his wife, Kim, Michael Costa and Rhonda Cardoos. Barbara is also survived by her pride and joy loving grand- children, Michael Anthony Meucci, Jason Hassey, Courtney (Hassey) Aseltine and her husband, Richie, Amanda Egli and her husband, Adam, Nicholas Arsenault and his wife, Ashley, Shawn Arsenault, Christopher Meucci and his wife, Crystal, Samantha Costa, Michael Costa, Emily Costa and Gabbie Costa. She also leaves many loving great-grandchildren, sisters, Theresa Falzone, Laura Dunn, and her husband, Stephen, brothers, Charlie Falzone and his wife, Millie, and the late John Falzone and his surviving wife, Marilyn, sister-in-law, Jean Ruotolo and late brother-in-law, Louis Ruotolo.
Barbara’s visiting hours were in the Cafasso & Sons Funeral Home, 65 Clark St. (Corner of Main St.) Everett, Monday, Jan. 4. Her funeral Mass was Tuesday in Our Lady of Grace Church, 59 Nichols St., Everett-Chelsea. Private burial followed. Contributions in Barbara’s memory to Decibelsfoundation.org would be sincerely appreciated.