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Theresa Lentini Moroso
March 5, 1962 ~ October 14, 2023 (age 61) 61 Years Old
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Theresa Lentini Moroso of Belmont, Massachusetts, passed away October 14, 2023. Beloved wife of Mark S. Moroso, Sr., her companion of 46 years. Devout mother of Rosemarie A. Plaud and her husband Jason W. Plaud of Belmont; Mark S. Moroso, Jr., and his wife Livia Lopci of Newton; and Anthony M. Moroso and his significant other Abigail E. Kaelberer of Framingham. Proud grandmother of Xavier A. Plaud, Valentino S. Plaud, Giovanni S. L. Plaud, Mark S. Moroso, III, and Miriam A. Moroso. Daughter of loving mother Rosemarie M. Bianco and her late husband Jimmy Bianco of Franklin, and her late father Salvatore C. Lentini and his surviving wife Laurie A. Lentini of Belmont.
Loving sister to Anthony J. Lentini of Franklin; Annamarie H. Polcaro of Los Angeles, California; Natalie C. Zoppo and her husband David Zoppo of Medfield; half-brothers Michael A. Lentini and his wife Ashlee N. Lentini of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania; Mathew B. Lentini of Belmont; her late step-brother Paul Bianco of Providence, Rhode Island; and step-sister Nicole Bianco and her husband Luigi Tremblay of Montreal, Québec. She is also survived by many loved nieces and nephews across the country, and her two dogs, Leo DiPuglio and Grumble Lucifer.
Theresa was born on March 5, 1962, in Burlington, Massachusetts. Growing up, she spent summers with her family visiting relatives in Montana and going on camping trips all over the North-West United States.
At the young age of 21, Theresa and Mark married and purchased a home in Belmont. While raising her children, she worked first as an Emergency Medical Technician and then owned and operated a daycare while also working nights at Ciros, her mother's restaurant in Brookline. In the spring of 1991, Theresa and Mark decided to start EaglePoint Builders, Inc., a general contracting company.
EaglePoint Builders was one of the few woman business enterprises of its kind in the Commonwealth, which made Theresa a pioneer of her time in a male-dominated industry. Theresa was self-taught in all aspects of the business, from the office to the field. She did anything and everything necessary to ensure its success, including working alongside Mark and their employees at job sites.
Theresa enjoyed spending summers with Mark and their kids at Lake Memphremagog, Vermont. The family would also spend meaningful summers together, first in Narragansett, Rhode Island, and later on Cape Cod, where she and Mark eventually purchased a summer property. In the winter, she was an avid hockey player and played on many hockey teams with her husband through the years. Off the ice, she skied at resorts in northern New England with her immediate and extended family members.
Her greatest passion however was raising her three children, Rosemarie, Mark, and Anthony. She was passionately involved, if not over-involved, in all of her kid's lives. She coached them, and many of their friends, in youth soccer and hockey, drove them to and from endless sporting events, chaperoned camping trips for cub scouts, and organized various team dinners, among many of her selfless acts to her children and their community.
Theresa was a one-of-a-kind person who was tremendously brave and hysterically fun. She never judged others and never gave any mind to those who judged her. She was a larger-than-life character who found a place in her heart for everyone and made everyone feel welcome.
She always gave more than she took. Theresa brought a present breath into every room she walked into and empowered those who didn't believe in themselves. Her loss will be felt by the many people who had the privilege of receiving her light and love.
A funeral mass will be celebrated in St Luke Church 132 Lexington Street Belmont on Thursday Oct. 19th at 10:00 AM. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours will be held in the Brown & Hickey Funeral Home 36 Trapelo Road Belmont on Wednesday from 4:00 - 7:00 PM. Interment will be private.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to the New England Donor Service.