Mildred Mangini, Longtime Traffic Supervisor for Swampscott Police

Visiting hours are Sunday from 2-6PM at SOLIMINE FUNERAL HOME, 67 Ocean St. (Rt 1A), Lynn.

Mildred Mangini. Courtesy
Mildred Mangini. Courtesy
Mildred V. (LeBlanc) Mangini, age 93, of Swampscott, died peacefully on Tuesday after a wonderful life. She was the beloved wife of the late Jerry L. Mangini. Together they shared 55 years of marriage and were an adoring couple. Born in Lynn, she was the daughter of the late Clarence and Victorine (Soucy) LeBlanc. She was raised in Lynn and was a graduate of Lynn English High School. She had lived in Swampscott for the greater part of her life.
Millie had proudly worked as a traffic supervisor for the Town of Swampscott Police Department for 26 years until her retirement. She was loved and respected by everyone she worked with. She was very active at the Senior Center in Swampscott, and also taught knitting there. She touched many lives and was well-loved in her family and her community. She was also a member of Holy Family Church in Lynn.
She is survived by her two sons; Lawrence A. Mangini of Swampscott and Jerry P. Mangini of Saco, ME; six grandchildren; Michael Mangini, Alison Fialho, David Mangini, Jennifer Mangini, Jeffrey Mangini, and Jerry Michael "Micah" Mangini; five great-grandchildren; Ezra and Cash Hamlin, Hattie Mangini, and Maria and Meredith Mangini; her brother; Phillip LeBlanc; her sisters; Gladys Keating and Phyllis MacDonald; as well as many nieces and nephews. She was the sister of the late Thomas, George, and Clarence LeBlanc. 
Her funeral will be held on Monday at 9AM from the SOLIMINE FUNERAL HOME, 67 Ocean St. (Rt 1A), Lynn, followed by a Funeral Mass in Holy Family Church at 10AM. Burial will be in Swampscott Cemetery. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited. Visiting hours are Sunday from 2-6PM. Those who prefer may make donations to a charity of one's choice. 

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