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Stanley E. Fielding
April 28, 1930 ~ July 23, 2022 (age 92) 92 Years Old
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FIELDING, Stanley- Of Wakefield, formerly of Malden, July 23rd. Devoted husband for 71 years of the late Mary M. (Smith). Beloved father of Mary D'Angelo and her husband John of Stoneham, Yvonne Lozzi and her husband Daniel of Wakefield and Stanley Fielding and his husband Dale Jakubowski of Shasta Lake, CA. Son of the late Edgar J. And Edith M. (Crosby) Fielding. Brother of Jean Gavin of Malden and the late Ruth Streczyk, Ernest "Ernie" Fielding, Kenneth Fielding, Robert "Butch" Fielding, Joanne Blanch and William Fielding. Cherished grandfather of Laurie Wilczek, John D'Angelo and his wife Karin, Doreen Carangelo and her husband David, Danny Lozzi, Jr., Kenny Lozzi and his wife Jessica, Jerry Lozzi and Craig Fielding and his wife Erica. Also lovingly survived by his great grandchildren, Janelle Mercer and her wife Kathleen, Rachel, Aidan, Zachary, Marisa, Tori, Leah, Darren, Tyler, Aryanna, Jocelyn, Kenneth, Jr. and Mary, his great great grandchildren Jason and Cameron as well as many nieces and nephews. Family and friends are kindly invited to attend a Funeral Mass celebrated in St. Joseph's Church, 770 Salem Street, Malden on Friday, July 29th at 10 o'clock. Visiting Hours in the Carroll Funeral Home, 721 Salem Street, (Maplewood Square) MALDEN on Thursday from 4-7 PM. Services will conclude with interment at Forest Dale Cemetery, Malden. Late United States Army Veteran during the Korean Conflict. Member of the Veterans of Foreign War, Commander of the Lt. Norman Prince Post 1506 and Life member of V.F.W. Post 2394 in Melrose. After retirement from his career in plumbing, in his spare time he enjoyed spending time with his wife and family. reading and watching football and soap operas.