Charlotte  Hill

Obituary of Charlotte Marie Hill

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Charlotte Marie Hill (DiPerri), 71, of Carver, passed away on December 19, 2023 at home. Charlotte valiantly battled cancer and was surrounded by family.

Charlotte was born October 30, 1952 in Boston to Charles and Anna (Camuso) DiPerri. She graduated from South Boston High School. Charlotte had various jobs but her favorite job was that of a mother and grandmother. Charlotte loved to gamble and could frequently be found at the slot machines at Foxwoods. She loved to go on cruises with her family. She would sit on the balconey for hours marveling at the wonder of the ocean.

Charlotte is survived by her three children; Gina Morrissy and her husband Daniel of Plymouth, William Hill of Carver, and Nicolas Hill of Plymouth. Charlotte had five grandchildren; Christopher, Alyssa,  William, Zachary, and Jimmy. Three siblings Linda Connolly of Weymouth, John DiPerri and his wife Mary of Norwood, and Rachel Holbrook of Weymouth. Charlotte alsoleaves her Aunt and Godmother Vincenza O'Hearn of Tom's, NJ. Charlotte had numerous nieces and nephews she adored. She is predeceased by her parents.

An hour of visitation will be held on Saturday December 30th from 9-10:00 AM at St. Kateri Church, 126 S. Meadow Rd, Plymouth with a funeral mass to immediately follow at 10:00 AM.

Memorial donations may be made to Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital, Plymouth Cancer Center. The family wishes to extend their gratitude to Cranberry Hospice.

A Memorial Tree was planted for Charlotte
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Shepherd Funeral & Cremation Service - Carver
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Charlotte Hill

1952 - 2023

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