Linda Reppucci

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Linda Reppucci (Donoghue) 75, of Carver Mass, passed away on March 7th, 2024. She was born and raised in South Boston, Massachusetts.

Linda was a proud nurse who had a kind heart that she generously extended to her patients. She cared not only for their frail bodies but also cared for their souls with deep respect and kindness. In her retirement she pursued her lifelong dream of becoming a chef, going as far to even train as a master chef in Italy. She connected deeply with her loved ones with her flavorful and well-crafted food.

She was fortunate enough to find her loving husband Robert Reppucci later in life. They shared a love of travel, delicious food, and nature. They enjoyed the woods of New Hampshire together, whether living in their early home or later enjoying their peaceful weekends in their RV.

Linda is survived by her beloved husband, Robert Reppucci, her children Scott Gilbert, Julie Gilbert, Barbara and John Mosca, her sister Cheryl Matson-Brown and her grandchildren, Alisha, Tyler, Dylan and Juno. She was preceded by her youngest son Richard Gilbert.

She will be laid to rest Wednesday March 13th, 2024. There will be a viewing at Shepherd’s Funeral Home at 116 Main Street, Carver MA from 9 to 10;30 followed by a funeral mass at Our Lady of Lourdes church, 130 Main Street, Carver MA at 11am. There will be private burial at Lakenham cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Rosie’s Place Homeless Shelter in Boston.

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

1948 - 2024

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