In Our Care

Lividoti, Thomas Frank, age 74, born in Boston, MA, from Arlington and Cambridge passed
away February 6 at the Bedford VA hospital of complications from ALS. He was the eldest son of Eileen (Galvin) Lividoti and the late Thomas Frank Lividoti of Cambridge. Loving husband of Jayne Marquedaunt of Cambridge.
Father of James Lividoti and his wife Lisa, of Nashua, NH, and Erin Gauthier and her husband Eddie, of
Hampton, NH. Beloved grandfather of 6, Annabella, Sophia, JohnThomas, Faith, Zoe and Makenna.
Brother of John Lividoti and his wife Janet of Reading, Eileen Lividoti Hibert and her husband William of
Cambridge, and Michael Lividoti and his wife Beverly of Medford. Uncle of Robert Bonacci of Arlington, Scott Bonacci of Franklin, Lauren and Jessica Lividoti of Medford.Tom attended St Paul’s school in Cambridge and after graduation, his family moved to Foxboro. He Graduated from Foxboro High in 1959 and shortly after he enlisted in the Navy. He served for 4 years on the USS Saratoga, patrolling the Mediterranean Sea. After his tour of duty, he trained to become an
electrician and was a proud member of IBEW Local 103. While working by day and attending classes
in the evenings, he received his Bachelor’s degree from Fitchburg State and his Masters from
UMass, Boston. He was a teacher in Cambridge for 30 years, working in the RSTA program at CRLS
where he taught electricity, and was also an administrator. Besides teaching, his passion in life was golf.
He lived his dream by working at the Winchester Country Club where he was a starter, ranger and all
around good guy. His winters were spent working on his game in Myrtle Beach. Visitation will be at the DeVito Funeral Home 1145 Mass Avenue Arlington on Friday 3:00 to 7:00pm A Rite of Christian burial will be held at St. Eulalia’s Church in Winchester on Saturday at 10:00am .Interment is private. The family wishes to thank the nurses and staff at the Hospice Unit at the Bedford VA for taking such good care of him, treating him with dignity and respect throughout his illness.In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to a Veteran’s organization of your choosing.