Daryl J. Iannitelli
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DOUGLAS, MA- Daryl Jo Iannitelli, 55, died Monday, April 28, at her home. Ms.Iannitelli was born in Bennington, VT, on October 24, 1958, the daughter of Phillip and Margaret (Whitney) Crafts. She received her education in Hopkinton, graduating from Hopkinton High School.

Ms. Iannitelli enjoyed going for rides in her car and gardening. She liked listening to rock ‘n’ roll music, especially Aerosmith. She was a very fashionable woman who loved children and hot rod cars. She enjoyed her home and family and enjoyed following the Boston Marathon, which started close to where she lived in Hopkinton.

Ms. Iannitelli is survived by her daughter, Jamie Iannitelli, of Douglas; her mother, Margaret Crafts, of West Dover, VT; brothers, Douglas Crafts and his wife Lauren, of Longmeadow; and Whitney Crafts, of Framingham, MA; sister, Debbie Crafts, of Springfield; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins. She was preceded in death by her father.

Graveside funeral services will be held Sunday May 4, at 1 pm in the family lot in Mountain View Cemetery in West Dover. Rev. Rob Hamm will officiate. There are no visiting hours. In lieu of flowers, Ms. Iannitelli would request that friends spend time with someone they love. To send email condolences visit www.sheafuneralhomes.com.

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