Angela Albano, 83

Jul 9, 2020 by

Published July 10, 2020

MELROSE — Angela Albano, 83, resident of Melrose, passed away peacefully with her family by her side on Saturday, June 20, 2020 at her home. 

Born on December 5, 1936 in Boston, Angela is one of three children of the late Walter and Julia (Ripamonte) Albano.

After graduating from Somerville High School, Angela attended MassArt in Boston. In later years, while living in Southern California she also attended The University of California Irvine where she studied Linguistics.

Angela was a highly accomplished Accent Reduction Specialist and ESL Instructor. She is lovingly remembered by the thousands of students and dear friends all over the world that she taught and mentored over her 50-year career.

Angela is the devoted mother of Elizabeth McLintock-Perea and her wife Emily McLintock-Perea of New York, N.Y. Loving sister of the late Helen Lupone and her surviving spouse Americo and brother Walther Albano and his surviving spouse Catherine. Proud grandmother of Fiona, Beth, Aaron, Abraham, Christina, Angela, Sarah, Rebekah, Johnathan, Gabrielle, and Diana. Also survived by her great-grandchildren Jason, Tommy, Brendan, Ashton, Isabella, Emary, Tegan, Lilia, Oliver, Kira, Lois, Wyatt, Finley, Abraham Jr., Rhea, and her nieces and nephews, Julie, Mark, Jeanette, and Kimberly. Also survived by her son Abraham Perea of Oregon.

Relatives and friends gathered in honor of Angela’s life during visiting hours at the Robinson Funeral Home, 809 Main St., Melrose, on Friday, June 26.

Those wishing to assist during this time are invited to contribute to and celebrate Angela’s legacy of love.

Please offer your words of love and support online at and on Angela’s Facebook page.

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