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Alice B Porcaro, 72 a resident of Everett and Littleton NH passed away on Sunday January 6 at her second home in Littleton NH. Alice was born on August 5, 1946 in Everett, one of ten children of the late Walter and Bridget (Southwell) Seward. She was raised in Everett and graduated from Everett High School Class of 1965.
Alice married the love of her life Alfred Porcaro and they were married for 48 years. She was the best friend to her husband and they shared many wonderful times and memories. They spent time between their home in Everett and their second home in Crazy Horse Family Campground, nestled in the White Mountains in New Hampshire.
Her children stated that their mother always had a smile on her face. She was a happy person who spread warmth and kindness to all she met. Her fondest memories were spending time with family and friends. She especially enjoyed times at Sebago Lake with a great majority of her family, the Winthrop Yacht Club but most of all at the Crazy Horse Campground.
Alice had an enormous love for family and friends. Nothing meant more to her than spending time with Al and her children and grandchildren and seeing them happy. Her grandchildren were her most important priority and never out of her thoughts. They were her pride and joy. Alice loved people and they loved her. Alice was always trying to put a smile on people’s faces because she was a happy person with a smile always on her face. She was an extremely loving and caring woman, and was full of life, pride, happiness and love.
Alice is survived by her husband Alfred of 48 years and her three children, Kathryn and her husband Robert Ippolito, Alfred (Bo) Porcaro, and Patricia and her husband Ronald Nickerson all of Everett. Alice is survived by her grandchildren Robert, Sabrina, Mikayla, Ashlee, Christopher and Devin. She was the sister of Shirley Sullivan, Barbara Kirby, and the late Doris O’Neil, Mary Barker, Lorraine LaVasseur, Margaret Martin, John Seward, William Seward and Walter Seward.
Funeral services will be held on Thursday morning at 8:30 am at the Funeral Home followed by a Funeral Mass at 10am in Our Lady of Grace Church in Everett. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Cemetery. Visiting hour will be on Wednesday from the Murphy O’Hara Funeral Home 519 Broadway from 4 to 8pm.