Linda Amiro was born on April 4, 1951 in Middleboro. She was the youngest child of Louis “Tony” and Dorothy (Pierce) Rea. She was married on January 12, 2002 to John Amiro of Middleboro. They spent the past 30 plus years together.
Linda spent her whole career as a loving and caring CNA, most recently at the Lifecare Center of West Bridgewater before retiring due to illness. She truly enjoyed her work; caring and laughing with her patients and their families. She loved each and every one of them and treated them like her own. She would even go out of her way to make sure their holidays and birthdays were special.
Linda enjoyed traveling with her husband John, shopping, dining out, and gathering with her family and “adopted” family and friends. Coffee and treats, a cozy blanket and the Lifetime Channel made her day complete. Her outspoken way and contagious laugh will be missed by all who knew her. She had an absolute heart of gold and loved donating to the American Cancer Society and many animal causes. She always did the Giving Tree where you pick a boy & girl at the post office every year for children who were in need. Linda will be remembered as a loving wife, devoted mother and grandmother, and for her unconditional love and willingness to help anyone in need.
She was preceded in death by: her mother and father, Tony and Dorothy Rea; sisters, Annie Ouellette, Dorothy Zutaut, and Shirley Rea.
She is survived by her husband John Amiro; children, Robert Bourne of Middleboro, Derek and his wife Etta Bourne of Connecticut, Daniel Bourne of Middleboro, and Nicole and her husband Christian White of Florida; mother-in-law Elaine Amiro of New Bedford; brothers, John Rea of Lakeville, Louis Rea of Middleboro, and sister Sherilyn Shurtleff of Middleboro; grandchildren, Alexis, Anthony, Tivon, Keegan, Bianca, Haven, Olivia, Brandon, Ava and Logan; as well as many other nieces, nephews and cousins.
A graveside service will be held on October 16, 2021 (Saturday) at 11 AM in Saint Mary Cemetery, Wood Street, Middleboro.
A Celebration of Life will follow the interment in the Middleboro Lodge of Elks, 24 High Street, Middleboro.
In lieu of flowers, please carry on the tradition of choosing a boy, girl or family in need during the holidays, donate to the America Cancer Society or any animal cause.
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