She, born in Pittsburgh, PA, was the daughter of the late John and Eleanor Migliaccio and is survived by siblings Ellen Hammond of Pocasset, John Migliaccio of Bourne, Nora Glass of North Falmouth and Robert Migliaccio of Pocasset.
Growing up an Air Force brat, Lynn and her family proudly called many bases their home including Dover AFB DE; Eielson AFB AK; and Otis AFB MA. Encompassed in the culture of New England, she developed a love for the great game of baseball and her team, The Red Sox.
She boasted many talents as a young adult, having been a key member of the Track and Field team as well as the softball team at Bourne High School, from which she graduated in 1977. She excelled in the outfield and in the kitchen, often bringing goodies home from culinary classes for her family to enjoy. She was then, and throughout her life, a truly kindhearted soul, touching the lives of everyone who had the pleasure of meeting her. She always kept her door open to all and blessed those who walked through with wise and caring advice.
Migliaccio worked as a dispatcher for Tommy’s Taxi for 17 years and most recently, at Lifeline. Her love for music was unmatched, and she shared that love with her beautiful children.
Even though she had many passions, the true light of Lynn’s life were her five kids. Family meant everything to her, and her legacy as well as her memory will forever be an unwavering source of strength for those she’s left behind. She is survived by her twin boys Anthony and Jarell Delgado as well as her beloved daughters Janine Delgado, Gina Delgado, Nora McCarthy and her husband Patrick. She also leaves her most cherished granddaughter, Mia Delgado whom she adored with all her heart. Lynn will be dearly missed by each of them, but they take pride in having had her to guide them, love them and teach them how to survive through even the most difficult of times.
Relatives and friends of Lynn are kindly invited to attend her funeral mass on Saturday, September 9, at 10 a.m. at St. Stephen’s Church, 251 Concord St., Rt. 126, Framingham. Her burial will follow at St. Stephen’s Cemetery, Framingham.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Lynn’s memory to the American Cancer Society at 30 Speen St. Framingham, MA 01702.