Cartwright Funeral Homes


CARVEALLE, Louis P. “Louie”, of Randolph, formerly of Hyde Park, passed away peacefully at his home, surrounded by his loving family, on June 3, 2021, at the age of 78.

Louie is survived by the love of his life, Maureen (O’Leary) Carvealle of 58 wonderful years. Loving and devoted father of Paul Carvealle and his wife Lisa of S. Yarmouth, Mary Johnson and her husband Richard of Foxboro, Karen Carvealle and her loving companion Mark Dare of Randolph, Kim Techiera and her husband Michael of Foxboro and the late Michael Carvealle.

Brother of Patrick Carvealle and his wife Kathy, Susan McCormack and her husband Richard and the late Chris Carvealle. Brother-in-law and closest confidant Joseph O’Leary and his wife Kathie, Gail Cecil, Brian O’Leary and his wife Marilyne.

Cherished grandfather “Pa” of Kara, Nicole, Kelly, Taylor, Michael, Nicolas, Heather, Shawn and the late Richard, Jr. Great-grandfather of Ashlee, Hailey, Everleigh, Jacob and Aria. Loving godfather of Jeffrey Cecil, Lifelong friend of Richard “Sonny” Ruggiero. Louie is also survived by several nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.

Louie was a proud United States Army Veteran.

Louie was a member of the Drum and Bugle Corp. He played the trumpet with the Cavaliers and the Boston Crusaders. He worked at Harwich Lithograph for over 30 years and the Boston Globe for over 15 years. Louie was a lifetime member and bartender of the Randolph Elks Lodge for 46 years and a long-time member of the Sons of Italy. He was a staple in the Randolph youth hockey community for over 30 years. He enjoyed coaching and refereeing hockey. Louie was a District Chief of the South Shore Referees Association.

Louie took great pride in his Italian cooking. He was known for his meatballs and eggplant. He enjoyed fishing, gardening, watching the Boston Bruins, taking long scenic rides and listening to country music. He had the biggest sense of humor, always making people laugh and smile. He became a friend to everyone he met. Louie loved to have a good time wherever he went. He loved to be the first one on the dance floor to show off his moves, especially when Elvis was playing.

Louie’s biggest accomplishment is his family. He was proud of the close bond they shared and cherished the time he spent with them. His love for his family was immeasurable. Louie was a strong man, he never quit and always kept pushing forward in life no matter what was presented to him. Louie was a kind and loving man who will be deeply missed by all who were blessed to have known him.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend visiting hours on Tuesday, June 8th, from 4:00 – 8:00 PM in the Cartwright Funeral Home, 419 No. Main St. (Rt. 28), Randolph. A Funeral Mass will be held on Wednesday, June 9th, at 10:30 AM in St. Mary Church, Randolph. Burial will follow in St. Mary Cemetery, Randolph. For directions or to leave a sympathy message for the family, visit

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