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Jamie R. Scalese

October 31, 1962 - September 27, 2021

Jamie R. Scalese

October 31, 1962 - September 27, 2021

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Obituary For Jamie R. Scalese

Scalese, Jamie R. of Swampscott on September 27th. Raised in Belmont. Loving Son of James F. Scalese and Joan M. (Masterson) Scalese. Dear Brother of Stephen Scalese and his wife Rovena of West Boylston and Gail Scalese of Belmont. Cherished Uncle of Aaron, Christina and Kendall. Loving father figure to Micaela, Delanie and Kenleigh Muller. Jamie was a Registered Nurse serving veterans at both the Boston VA and Bedford VA for nearly 20 years. He was a decorated combat US Army National Guard Veteran who served in Afghanistan. Forever committed to his beloved dogs Nala, Roxy and Lulu. Jamie was an avid outdoorsman who loved to hike and kayak and was an avid reader. He will be sorely missed by his family, friends and many colleagues. All are invited to visit DeVito Funeral Home 761 Mt. Auburn St., WATERTOWN on Friday from 4-7 pm and to his funeral mass on Saturday at 10 am in Sacred Heart Church. In lieu of flowers, please direct donations to Dana Farber Cancer Institute at dana-farber.org or or Northeast Animal Shelter at northeastanimalshelter.org/donate.

Services

1

Oct

Visitation

04:00 PM - 07:00 PM

DeVito Funeral Home - Watertown
761 Mt. Auburn St.
Watertown, MA 02472

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2

Oct

Funeral Mass

10:00 AM

Sacred Heart Parish
770 Mt. Auburn St.
Watertown , MA 02472

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Condolences

  • Gail, I am so sorry for the loss of your brother. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. R I P Jamie. Cathy Roop.

  • Jamie was my preceptor when I first came to the Boston VA and he taught me a lot. He was smart and fun. We had many good conversations. I am saddened by his sudden passing. Praying for comfort for his family. Beena

  • Jamie I will miss you dearly ♥️

  • I am so sorry and saddened to learn of Jamie's passing. We worked together in the PCU at the West Roxbury VA on night shifts and enjoyed listening to music together, sharing stories and laughing. He so kindly offered to help me move into my new apartment. I last saw him at Nahant Beach walking his beloved Roxy. Thank you for your heart to help and for your service Jamie. You are very missed.

  • Jamie , the salt of the earth. Although I only knew Jamie for a couple months , he was a wonderful natural leader and unbelievable registered nurse. Jamie went out of his way to assist me while staying at the Dom at the Bedford VA. Jamie was extremely bright , motivated , courageous , and a joy to talk to. He always gave 100 % of his time and effort , all the while performing his duties with utmost dedication and drive. Jamie served his country in both Iraq and Afghanistan. We had some very good talks when time permitted. Jamie was the commanding officer of 200 U.S. Army troops in Kandahar province in Afghanistan. Deepest condolences to Jamie's family , friends , and coworkers. Jeffrey M. Nolan

  • My sincerest condolences for your loss. Jamie and I went to Belmont HS together. Regrettably we lost touch. But, as I think back to my years at BHS, Jamie was a huge part of every aspect of my hs journey. He will always hold a special place in my memories of that time. PJ ( BHS class of 81)

  • All my prayers and thoughts to Jamie and his family. I served with Jamie in the New Hampshire Army National Guard and with him in Afghanistan. Bigger than life and fun guy. Outstanding man and Soldier.

  • Sincere Condolences to the Scalese Family. Jamie was my colleague at West Roxbury VAMC. RIP.

  • Jamie, my friend and Comrade! We've been friends for a short time! But what we experienced few would understand! You are a man above men, a gentleman of gentlemen, a lady's gentleman, a soldier, a leader, you represented these United States as only a Patriot would give of himself! I'm proud to know you, serve with you, work with you, and be a close friend with you! You are an honorable man, a good family man, a man true to your family and friends! I'm honored to be your friend!

  • Mt deepest condolences on your loss. Me and Jamie were teammates in Afghanistan. He helped me get my dog back to the states having done the same with one he had found. I grew up in Belmont as a child and we would talk about growing up there. He was a great guy and will me missed.

  • Deep condolences to the Scalese family. I worked with Jamie as a fellow nurse at the VA WX many years ago. I am deeply saddened by his passing. Even though it's been a number of years since I saw him, I remember him for his smile, his friendliness and kindness. May he RIP Vernis

  • I am so sorry to read of Jamie's passing. I worked with him at the VA and we had many great conversations of nursing life, veteran life, military life, and loving our dogs and the outdoors. Sending thoughts of peace and comfort to Jamie's loved ones.

  • It's hard to believe you are gone! Many night shifts we share our passion for the good old times and songs, we laugh, talk about watches, the war and life itself, we both talk about our time overseas and so many things. You told me about your dogs and how much you enjoyed kayaking ....! May you rest in peace forever! My most sincere condolences to the family.

  • Jamie is one of the most devoted, kind and talented nurses I had the honor of working with at the WX VA. Jamie's patients were so well cared for, and he was such a fantastic advocate for them and their recovery. It was a dream come true to be a physical therapist working with him on post-op patients. I will cherish the work we shared together, and will miss seeing his smiling face.

  • To Stephen and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. - The Leibowitz family

  • Jamie was a beautiful person in heart and spirit. He forever inspired the way I view the world, the life I live and my role as a human being here on earth.Jamie was one of my biggest supporters . He was the most generous ,disciplined and loyal friend . I was truly blessed to have him in my life , for this I will I will be forever grateful I will never eat a breakfast without thinking of you. Jamie practiced the teachings of Buddha so for you Jamie here is wishing you rest from Samsara and reaching Nirvana . I will remember you often and miss you always . Your Friend Ida

  • Gail, I wish you and your family peace and comfort as you grieve the loss of Jamie. Your brother was a great person and awesome nurse; please know that he will forever live on in all of our many memories.

  • Jamie, I will miss your kind heart and infectious laughter . Anytime you go down to the cafeteria for breakfast, you always brought me something, I will never forget your kindness and how respectful you were of everyone you worked with.. I will miss you champ! Thank you for your service .. Rest Easy Jamie! Cynthia P.

  • Jamie was alot about the Canbanan, he'll know. Rest in peace my Brother..

  • A beacon of light for us all. RIP brother . Patrick

  • Jamie i was really fond of you and loved to hear you give me your views on life and work. Working with you was an adventure i will never forget. Thank you finding time to make sure i was fed daily when i was pregnant working with you. That's the kind of person you were, your warm and thoughtfulness always showed you care. I had to tell the sad news to my elder son but the little one that wanted to talk and see you on video, i will sure remind him one day. I will miss your laughter and good nature. You are true American Hero; Thank you for your service to the country and gracing our hearts . Will always love and miss you, may your Light Continue To Shine Through us! Milika Njenga

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