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Anthony Joseph Volpe, 89

    Anthony Joseph Volpe, 89 years of age, of Westborough Ma. And Eastham Ma. Passed away April 17, 2020 with his family by his side. He was predeceased by his wife Marie Sansone Volpe in 2004, He is survived by Lisa Volpe Hachey of Hopkinton Ma., Maria Volpe of Eastham, Ma ., and Antonia Volpe Rind of Williamsburg, Va. grandchildren include Allegra Hachey, Spenser Hachey, Evangeline Hachey, Sonja Dutcher, Jeremy Dutcher and his wife Chelsea, Lily Marie Xia Rind, and several nieces, nephews, and cousins. He is survived also by a sister Ann Volpe Micelotti of Milford and her husband Anthony.  He was predeceased by his sister Jennie Bianchi and brother-in- law Vito Bianchi, and brother- in- law Michael Sansone and sister- in- law Joan (Kontio) Sansone.   Born on March 6, 1931 in Milford, Ma. The son of Vincenzo and Lucia Morcone Volpe.  Graduate of Milford High School class of 1948, he played football and wrote the class song.           

    He held Bachelor and Master’s degrees in music from Boston University where he studied under Sarah Caldwell.  Known to thousands of chorus and piano students as Mr. Volpe, he served as director of music for 40 years in the school districts of Spencer, Algonquin Regional High School and the Medway public schools and was noted for directing annual Gilbert and Sullivan operettas and broadway musicals.  He was an active participant in the Massachusetts Music Education Assn. Serving in numerous executive positions during his years in music education. During the post Korean conflict, he was a member of the 283rd Amy band for two years stationed at Fort Benning, Ga.   Prior to his military service, he was a member of the 26th Yankee Division National Guard Band, Boston Ma. for six years.           

    Mr. Volpe was a communicant of St. Luke the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church in Westboro and a third degree member of the Knights of Columbus. He was the founder –director of the Northborough Community Chorus until his retirement in May of 2018 at which time he became a volunteer at the Dana Farber Cancer Center, Milford, Ma. Where he would play piano once weekly. He was also a licensed real estate broker and a member of the Massachusetts real estate board since 1977           

    A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Saturday November 7, 2020 at 10:30 a.m. at the Sacred Heart of Jesus church 5 East Main St. The burial will follow in the parish cemetery. There are no calling hours.           

    Donations can be made to the Northborough Area Community Chorus, c/o Cynthia Rose, P.O. Box 442, Shrewsbury, MA 01545 Arrangements are under the direction of the Consigli Ruggerio Funeral Home 46 Water St. Milford MA


Guest Book

Dear, Lisa, Maria, Antonia, and families, I am sorry to have heard of your dad's recent passing. Your dad was such a nice guy. I enjoyed being in the NCC with him directing the music and singing along side of your mom and you. My prayers and thoughts will be with all of you during this difficult time.
Shannon Andresen


Lisa, Maria and Antonia, So sorry to hear of your fathers passing. The Harding’s will keep our former babysitters in our thoughts and prayers. Beth, Glenn, Jack and Susie Harding (and Bill and Barb)
Beth Colarossi


To the Volpe family. For years you directed us and taught us all about. I especially remember you explaining opera to us and sharing interesting little stories. RIP Tony. Much love.
Mary E. Desautels


A good man left us on April 17th. I am proud to say that he was my choral director at Medway High School, and performed in his first two "Volpe" productions there, South Pacific and OKLAHOMA. He was the one who inspired me to perform and for that I will forever grateful. My deepest sympathy to Lisa, Maria, Antonia and their families. Cherish the memories, I know I will.
Natalie Mucci MacDonald


My heart goes out to the Volpe family. As a member of the NACC, I remember Mr. Volpe with much fondness.
Marie Spence


So sorry for your loss. Got to know Mr Volpe at Snappy Dogs. Didn’t realize how musical he was. He will be sorely missed. I know he is with his loved ones in Heaven. You will always have great memories of him. May he Rest In Peace❤️
Marylou and Katherine Knox


Lisa, Maria, Antonia and family, my sincere condolences on the loss of your father. I owe much to him for all the life lessons learned so long ago and so recently. Truly an amazing man and wonderful friend to me. I will cherish ever memory. God bless you and comfort you at this difficult time.
Peter Falconi


Mr was a Great instructor I belong to the glee club he was awesome. I enjoyed every thing about him. I wish I knew he lived in Westborough when I was an officer in town I would have made an effort to visit him. RIP MR Volpe. Prayers to his loved ones I am so sorry for your loss. Thomas King from Algonquin.
Thomas W King


Wonderful man! Taught us music in Junior High school and at Algonquin Regional High School. He was so talented!
Patricia Milano


To The Volpe Family, I send my condolences to you. I have some really fun memories of Mr. Volpe. He frequently called me by my older sister's name. We'd laugh when I ignored him in class. May his soul forever rest in the arms of the Lord.
Adriane Gilder ARHS Class of '67


My condolences to the Volpe family He was my choral director at Algonquin Classof 72, enjoyed being in musical, Fiddlet on the Roof, so talented and knowledgable. May he rest in peace.
Janet And Philip Rogers


Maria, Antonia, and Lisa I am so sorry to hear of your dads passing. As a kid, I would always get excited when your mom and dad, Frank and Elena and my parents would get together for cards because I would get to see Uncle Tony. When I would see him in later years, especially the last 10, your dad was always interested in what I was up to, and always had some advice for me once I told him. You will all be in my thoughts and prayers, your dad was a great man. Curt
Curt Bigelow


Dear Lisa, Maria and Antonia, So sorry to hear about the passing of your father. Please take comfort in knowing that you were all the most wonderful daughters who loved him unconditionally. I know you will keep his memory in your hearts! ❤️❤️❤️
Barbara Tominsky


To Lisa and all Tony's family. So sad to hear of Tony's death. He was my music teacher in Spencer during my high school years, and a good friend of my husbands, a fellow teacher. He was such a good music teacher, always demanding perfection. Every time I hear the Hallelujah Chorus I think of Tony, and always will.
Oscar & Pat Najarian


Dear Lisa, Maria, and Antonia (Toni)!! So very sorry about the passing of your Dad on April 17th!! Almost unbelievable as we just received an Easter Card from him!! He was a wonderful, personable man who loved his wife, children, grandchildren, and family! He will be so missed as we would always get to see him on his trips to Williambsburg, VA to visit Antonia, and his granddaughter, Lily!! We had fantastic dinners, birthdays, and get-togethers together! An accomplished musician, he will be playing the piano with beautiful songs now for your Mom, in Heaven as well, who he dearly missed and for all the Angels up there!!
Frank, Marcia, & Nancy Russo


Dear Ann, Anthony and Volpe Family. Sally and I send our deepest sympathy to you for the passing of Tony. May he Rest in Peace.
Michael Brita


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