CIARAMELLA, Nicholas A.- Of Portland, Maine formerly of Malden, unexpectedly, July 28th. Devoted son of Anthony and Cherilyn (Kenney) Ciaramella of Malden. Beloved grandson of Roslyn Raye and her husband Charles of Naples, FL, Francis Kenney and his companion Jean Mailloux of Milan, NH and the late Anthony, Sr. and Mary T. Ciaramella. Cherished nephew of Josephine Fazio and her late husband Salvatore of Revere, Frances Kursonis and her late husband John of Chelsea, Francine Braid and her husband James of Salem, Cynthia Lopresti and her husband John of Naples, FL and Tracy Kenney and her husband Tom of Lynn. Also lovingly survived by his cousins, Teddy and his son Salvatore, Kimmie and her sons Daniel and Dylan, Jamie, Toni Lyn and her son Kroy, Jake, Chandler, Taylor and Cole as well as many friends and extended family members. Family and friends are kindly invited to attend a Funeral from the Smith Funeral Home, 125 Washington Avenue, Chelsea on Friday, August 3rd at 9 AM followed by a Funeral Mass celebrated in St. Mary's Church, 46 Myrtle Street, Melrose at 11 o'clock. Services will conclude with interment at Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden. In lieu of flowers the family suggests that memorial contributions be made to Immersion Recovery Center, 3333 S. Congress Avenue, Delray Beach, Florida 33445. Please note Scholarship Fund in the name of Nicholas Ciaramella.
Nicholas grew up in Malden, he attended St. Mary`s Elementary School in Melrose, Malden Catholic High School and graduated from Merrimack College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Management. Recently, Nick moved up to Portland ME and was working as a data analyst. Nick worked hard at his job and during his time off he enjoyed spending time with family and friends; especially enjoyed an occasional round of golf. Nick was involved and deeply passionate with the goal of helping others to fight back against the disease of addiction and was always able to put a smile on many peoples faces. In Nicholas`s short life he touched the lives of many and will be deeply missed!