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“Marc, my kind and gentle cousin...always with a smile... and always with your Leo by your side.I loved watching you be a Dad...Fly high my cousin......Read More »
1 of 5 | Posted by: Dona de Grisanty - Saugus, MA

“Marc your beautiful smile shall live through Leo forever. Always in our hearts rest in peace dear Marc. ”
2 of 5 | Posted by: diane cerundolo - Pittsfield, NH

“Deepest sympathy and prayers for such a tragic loss. Marc always had such a warm smile and a heart of gold. Miss you nephew and miss knowing you are...Read More »
3 of 5 | Posted by: Uncle Joey - Portland, OR

“Marc, we followed the same path, went to school together, worked together, enjoyed a great friendship for over 30 years. You are greatly missed and I...Read More »
4 of 5 | Posted by: Tony Venuti - MA - Friend

“We are very sorry for your sudden loss. The pain won't go away but those memories will live forever in your hearts. Prayers to you and your family. ”
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Marc Anthony Cerundolo, age 49 of Stoughton MA, died unexpectedly November 20, 2020, at Good Samaritan Hospital.

He left behind his wife Jenna (Glynn) Cerundolo and son Leo; parents Anthony J. Cerundolo and Joyce D. Cerundolo of Canton; sister Sandra Lamparelli and partner Dean Graves; nieces Nina, Liana and Francesca Lamparelli of Canton; Aunt Mary Scolastico, Uncle Joe Indorato, Uncle Dr. Harry Shapiro, Aunt Pam Winters, Uncle Joe Shapiro; father-in-law Gregory Glynn and wife Dale; brother-in-law Josh Glynn and wife Danielle, their two daughters Kayla and Kassidy, along with several 1st and 2nd cousins.

Marc was born May 7, 1971 and raised in Canton. He graduated from Blue Hills Regional High School, specializing in Automotive Repair.

He pursued his love of working with vehicles for major dealerships and getting certified as a master technician during his career. He made the change to bigger engines in April of 2008, where he became a machinist for the MBTA.

He had a passion for anything with wheels, Marc collected motorcycles, quads, cars, trucks; old and new. His true 'love' was Mustangs. He often attended car shows and sometimes had his own vehicles proudly on display.

Marc met Jenna in 2009 and they married in May 2011. Their son was born July 2015, which was Marc's proudest moment, becoming a dad. Spending quality time with family was important to Marc. Whether it was a family vacation or just a cookout in the backyard of his parents house his devotion to family was undeniable. His family was his world, and he was theirs.

Marc had a great sense of humor and an infectious smile. His laugh was unique and quite contagious. You couldn't help but to laugh along with him.

Marc will be greatly missed, but definitely remembered for his devotion to family & friends, constantly helping others, expertise with engines and amusing personality.

A private service will be held at Knollwood Memorial Park, Canton MA on April 17,2021.