Dolan Funeral Home

Marie Elisane Saintelus

Marie Elisanne Saintelus of Roslindale Massachusetts passed away at the age 89 on Tuesday, July 10th, 2018. She was born on November 27th 1928 in Bouvier Haiti of Salomon Paul Charlotin (deceased) and Elisemene Morisset (deceased). She moved to Port au Prince at the age of 14 and began a new life thereafter.  She was successful entrepreneur who made a living for herself and her family as a grocery retailer and wholesaler.

She will be remembered as a loving  mother, grandmother, great grandmother and great great grandmother. She is survived by her children: Jean-Claude Laurole and family, Marie Elma Olivier and family, Jesula Jean-Pierre and family, Prophete Saintelus and family, Gladys Saintelus and family, Josue Saintelus and family and Ernst Saintelus and family. Her grand children: Gyna O. Jean-Baptiste and family, Vladimir P. Olivier and family, Aubene Rolande Kathy Traoré and family, Celine Darline Chaussard and family, Jennifer Olivier and family, Darlin Jean-Pierre and family, Jemima JP Herrera and family, Richard Jean-Pierre,  Ketia Laurol and family, Robinson Laurol and family, Yvanah Laurol and many others; she will be missed by many great grand children and great great grandchildren. She will lovingly be cherished and remembered by many friends and family.

To celebrate and honour Marie Elisane’s life a Visitation be held on Friday July 27th from 6pm to 9pm at Dolan Funeral Home 1140 Washington St Dorchester Mass. The Funeral service will be held on Saturday July 28th, 2018 at 9am-10am Viewing Boston Missionary Baptist Church 336 Dudley Street Roxbury, followed by a Service at 10:00AM.

The Interment at Fairview Cemetery 45 Fairview Ave, Boston, MA 02136

The honour of your presence is requested at Boston Missionary Baptist Church 336 Dudley Street Roxbury, Massachusetts following the Internment ceremony for a Repass.

Rodrigue Jean

Rodrigue Jean, 88, passed away surrounded by his loving family on Wednesday, July 4th, 2018.

Born on August 22nd, 1929 in Tabare, Haiti to his parents, Elize Cenatus-Jean and Brenis Jean, he was the couple’s first born of eight children.

At a young age, Rodrigue moved to Port-au-Prince to pursue his education. While in school at Simon Bolivav, one of the most prestigious schools in Port-au-Prince at the time, he studied auto mechanics. Rodrigue went on to become one of the best-known auto mechanics in his town. He always exhibited a relentless determination and went on to work at Society Automobile of Shaza, the biggest auto garage in the city. At this garage, he was a chief mechanic and known as ‘Boss Rodrigue’ by all of his employees. At this point he had established a home in Port-au-Prince, his home was often frequented by his brothers and sisters whenever they would visit the capitol.

Rodrigue was always thinking ahead of his time, he felt that it was his duty to do all he could to help his family. He made the decision that he was going to travel to the United States in pursuit of a better life; he left behind a luxurious life in Haiti in pursuit of the American dream.  Rodrigue’s journey started in New York City, where he made $1 an hour and paid to sleep on a couch that was given to him from 9pm-5am. He then spoke to some friends who convinced him to move to Boston where he would later bring his family, one by one.

In Boston, Rodrigue worked at a car garage for one year then went on to work at Coca-Cola for three years. He then decided to apply for a job at General Dynamics and ultimately became a rigor at the company. He worked as a taxi-driver on the weekends and would later transition into working as a driver full-time.

Rodrigue had an unwavering love for his family and friends. He was also loved by everyone he met, he had an infectious personality and always wanted to make others laugh. He believed that the best way he could raise his children was to be a stern and respected father. He instilled the values of hard work, courage, and reputation into each of his children. He is most proud to have brought his entire family to the United States to have a life better than they did back home.

Rodrigue is survived by his wife Clarisse Jean, whom he loved dearly. He is also survived by his children Miguette Jean, Kettly Jean, Valinstagne Jean, Yves Jean, Guilaine Jean-Mary, Marlie Edouard, Joseph Jean, Gracien Rodrigue Jean, Ronald Bellerice, Cheryl Jean, Sandra Bellerice and, Stephanie Bellerice as well as his children’s mother’s, Tertulia Edouard and

Marie Bellerice. He is survived by his many grandchildren as well as his many nieces and nephews who loved and adored him.

He is also survived by his loving siblings Marie Ersulie Verrier Jean, Wilfred Jean, Florence Jean, and Iphonia Jean-Louis. Rodrigue is preceded by his siblings Glatide Jean, Max Jean, Chesnel Jean, Edia Pierre-Jean, Marie Andree-Rene, and Irma Jean.

It should be known that Rodrigue lived a very full life. He was the patriarch of the Jean family and led this family through all the good and bad times. He was looked at, by everyone, as the man to talk to and get advice from. He will be missed dearly, may he be remembered for his sincere love for his family and the love he shared with us all.

Visiting hours will be held at the Dolan Funeral Home, 1140 Washington St., DORCHESTER LOWER MILLS on Friday, July 20 from 4-8pm. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in Saint Angela’s Church on Saturday at 10am. Interment at Forest Hills Cemetery.


Natalie A. Foley

Natalie A. (White) Foley, of Milton, formerly of Hingham, July 16, 2018.

Beloved wife of the late William C. Foley. Loving mother of Jay Faherty and his wife Barbara of East Bridgewater, Beth Mittl of Potomac, MD and Natalie Bondar and her husband Doug of Dedham. Step-mother of William C. Foley of Dorchester. Beloved grandmother of Jenna Faherty, Emily Mittl, Matthew Mittl, Ryan Mittl, Katie Bondar, Casey Mittl and Megan Bondar. Daughter of the late Andrew and Natalie Garrity. Sister of James A. Garrity of Cave Creek, AZ and Diane Garrity Callahan of Pembroke.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in Saint Elizabeth Church, 350 Reedsdale Road, Milton, Friday July 20 at 10:00 AM. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours at Dolan Funeral Home, 460 Granite Avenue, EAST MILTON SQUARE, Thursday 4-8 PM. Interment Milton Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Rosie’s Place, PO Box 51399, Boston, MA 02205-1399 or Hospice of the South Shore, 55 Fogg Road, South Weymouth, MA 02190.

Cayet Bellevue

Cayette Bellevue, of Mattapan, died at home Wednesday July 4, 2018. He was 51 years old.

Born in Mirebalais, Haiti, he is the son of Joseph H. Bellevue and the late Anne Marie Bellevue.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in Saint Angela Church, 1548 Blue Hill Avenue, Mattapan, Friday July 20 at 10:00 AM. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hour at the church from 9:00-10:00 am. Interment Fairview Cemetery, Hyde Park.

Elizabeth M. Shea

Elizabeth M. (Shields) of Quincy died on July 11, 2018.

Beloved wife of the late James X. Shea.  Loving mother of Kathleen Carroll and her husband William of Duxbury, James X. Shea, Jr. and his wife Debra of Norwell, Neil Shea and his wife Lorraine of Marshfield and Carolyn Coyne and her husband Kevin of Marshfield.  Sister of Joseph Shields and his wife Ruth of Walpole, John Shields and his wife Martha of Harwich, Kathleen Lovett and her husband William of Milton and the late William Shields.  Sister in law of Joan Shields of Woburn.  Cherished grandmother of Elizabeth, William and Brendan Carroll, Jimmy and Madison Shea, Brandon, Patrick, Neil and  Rachael Shea and Sarah and Caity Coyne.

Elizabeth was born and raised in Dorchester and later settled with her husband in Quincy.  She enjoyed gardening, reading and spending time with her friends and family; especially her grandchildren who were the cornerstone of her life.  She will be missed by all who had the pleasure to have known her.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday July 16, 2018 in St. Agatha Church, East Milton at 10:30am.  Family and friends invited.  Visiting hours will be Sunday July 15, 2018 in the Dolan Funeral Home, 460 Granite Avenue, EAST MILTON, FROM 2:00-6:00pm.  Interment in Milton Cemetery, Milton.

Guy Beaubrun


Sunrise: April 16,1977                                                                                                    Sunset: July 8, 2018

Guy Beaubrun, the owner of Little Saints Transportation, died unexpectedly on July 8, 2018, at the age of 41. Guy is survived by his parents Sainrilus and Marie Beaubrun; and his fiancée, Janelle Clervil. His seven children, Moreena Emile, Lynelle Clervil, Guy Beaubrun Jr., Nathan Clervil, Bryanna Beaubrun, Zion Beaubrun and Nicolas Beaubrun. His siblings, Bernard Beaubrun, Guirlene Beaubrun and Stephanie Clermont. His nephews Marcus and Isaiah, niece Annalie, brother-in-law Roger Moise, and a host of family and friends.

Guy Beaubrun was born on Saturday, April 16, 1977, in Leogan Haiti; the second son of Sainrilus and Marie Beaubrun. Guy as a child loved the ocean and treasured the time he spent in Leogan with his grandparents and siblings.  Guy was always happy and adventurous. His adventurous spirit continued as Guy, and his siblings migrated to the United States on April 16, 1995.

Guy graduated from Hyde Park High School in 1999, establishing friendships with Claudy Paul and Clifton Italien; bonds that would last a lifetime. After high school, Guy went on to attend ITT Tech and determined at that point he wanted to be self-employed. That drive led him to establish Little Saints Transportation; a successful business he ran up until the time of his death. Little Saints not only transported countless children but with Guy at the helm and heart, left an impact on the entire community. In keeping with his entrepreneurial spirit Guy was a Constable, Notary Public, and Driver Instructor. Guy held many licenses including his license to carry, 7D and CDL.

He was a family man. In addition to being a loving and devoted son, he was a brother and friend to all who were blessed enough to know him. Above all else Guy was a Father! Parenting not only his children but, all of those he mentored, fostered or otherwise took under his wing; always with a smile and never an unkind word. Those who knew Guy still reflect on his big smile, easy demeanor, and HUGE Heart.

While the world knew Guy for his heart and smile, those who truly knew him recognized Janelle Clervil, as the reason for his smile.  As the love of his life, together they completed each other. Guy will be deeply missed by his family, friends, and community.

Visitation will be on Saturday July 14, 2018  from 9:30-10:30am in Saint Peter’s Church, Dorchester.  Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in Saint Peter’s Church Saturday at 10:30am.  Interment is private.


The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy. – Martin Luther King Jr.


Martha T. (Flynn) Campbell

Martha T. (Flynn) Campbell, 90, of Weymouth, formerly of Milton, died peacefully surrounded by her family.

Martha grew up in Waltham, attended parochial school and graduated from Notre Dame Academy.  She then continued to Emmanuel to earn degrees in biology and chemistry.  Following this she earned her masters degree in social services from Boston College.

Martha enjoyed a long and varied career in social services along with assisting in the family business with husband Bill and children, finally retiring at 86 years of age.

Daughter of the late John J. and Mary J.(Rooney) Flynn.  Beloved wife of the late William D. Campbell.  Loving mother of Carla and her late husband Douglas Wilcox of Hull, William Jr. and his wife Belinda of Weymouth, Martha and her husband Stephen Cunningham of Milton, Stephen and his wife Karen of Milton and Ted and his wife Rebecca of Weymouth.  She is also survived by eleven grandchildren: Briana, Alix, Scott, Stephen, Michael, Kyle, Maggie, Jack, Brian, Sarah and Devin, and five great grandchildren: Joseph, Delaney, Mackenzie, Rowan and Dakota.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in Saint Mary of the Hills Church, Milton, Saturday July 14 at 9:00 AM.  Relatives and friends invited.  Visiting hours at the Dolan Funeral Home, 460 Granite Avenue, Milton, EAST MILTON SQUARE, on Friday July 13 from 5-8 PM.  Interment Milton Cemetery.

Donald G. Morris

Donald G. Morris, of Hyde Park, 83, passed away July 9 surrounded by his loving family.

He was married for 60 years to his beloved wife Janice (Stevens) Morris.  Loving father of Steven B. Morris and his wife Kathleen of Needham, Scott D. Morris and his wife Nancy of Stoughton and Susan D. Harkins and her husband Barry of Woburn.  Cherished grandfather of Steven Jr., Jillian, Brooke, David, Kristen, Jack, Colin and Chloe.  Great grandfather of Evelynn and William.

A Funeral Service will be celebrated in Parkway United Methodist Church, Friday, July 13 at 10:00 AM  Family and friends invited.  Visiting hours at Dolan Funeral Home, 460 Granite Avenue, Milton, EAST MILTON SQUARE, Thursday from 4-8 PM.  Interment Fairview Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Donald’s memory to Parkway United Methodist Church, 158 Blue Hills Parkway, Milton, MA 02186

Gail Kaler Leslie

Gail Kaler Leslie of Milton, MA, 64, beloved wife of John H. Leslie, passed away on July 5th after a courageous battle with cancer.  Beloved daughter of the late Robert J. and Joanne (Bowen) Kaler; she was the dear sister of Mary K. Chapin [Steven] and Stephen [Maryann], Robert [Liri], Timothy, Thomas, and the late Lisa Kaler. She was also devoted to 11 adoring nieces and nephews, and through marriage a loving daughter, son, granddaughter and grandson.

Gail will be fondly remembered by her family and her numerous cousins, friends, and colleagues for her extraordinary wisdom, kindness and constant support.  A summa cum laude graduate of Boston College School of Nursing (BSN) and Yale Graduate School of Nursing (MS), Gail was a longtime Clinical Nurse Specialist in the Urgent Care Psychiatry unit at Massachusetts General Hospital (“MGH”) in Boston, where she was a highly valued and respected Senior Ethics Consultant on the MGH Optimum Care Committee. She grew up in Milton, attending St. Mary of the Hills School and then Fontbonne Academy, and lived there all of her life.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in Saint Mary of the Hills Church, Saturday July 14 at 10:00 AM.  Relatives and friends invited.  Visiting hours at Dolan Funeral Home, 460 Granite Avenue, EAST MILTON SQUARE, Thursday July 12 and Friday July 13 from 7-9 PM.  Interment Milton Cemetery.

Donations in her memory may be made to the Catholic Relief Services, 228 Lexington St. Baltimore, MD 21201-3443

Ida Alves

Ida Alves of Brockton, Passed away Tuesday, July 3, 2018. Ida leaves behind 7 loving children, 23 grandchildren, 37 great grandchildren, and 1 great-great grandchild.

Visiting  hours will be held at the Dolan Funeral Home, 1140 Washington St., DORCHESTER LOWER MILLS on Friday, July 6 from 5-9pm. The Funeral Service will be held at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, 49 Winthrop St., Roxbury on Saturday at 10am. Interment at New Calvary Cemetery.