Linda Pirro Solomon

Linda Pirro Solomon, 71, of Marion, Dover and Needham, died November 27, 2019. She was the wife of Dr. Alan Solomon.

            Linda was born in Boston, Massachusetts. Originally from Needham and Dover, Massachusetts before moving to Marion in 2001. She was the daughter of Erminie and Anthony T. Pirro (deceased).

            Linda worked as a medical technologist, and a hematology specialist, in Boston and at the Metrowest Medical Center for over thirty years. She also worked as a medical sales representative for a biotech firm and later became a financial advisor after moving to Marion.

            She enjoyed playing tennis, and served as chairperson of the racquet committee at the Bay Club in Mattapoisett, Massachusetts. She was an artist and served on the boards of the Wareham Art Association, the Marion Art Center and the New Bedford Art Museum/Art Works.

            Linda earned her degree in medical technology from The New England Hospital, and a bachelor’s degree from Lesley University in Health Education.

            She loved children, family and friends. She also enjoyed sailing, antiquing and gardening.  Linda had a passion for travel and experienced many beautiful sites worldwide with her husband and close friend. She was beloved for her sense of humor, compassion, wisdom and strength.

            Her survivors include: her loving husband, Alan; her mother Erminie; sons Gregory Lawrance and his partner James Gunter of New York City and Travis Tutcik and his wife Riyo Hirota; their three children Leo, Niko and Akira of Jamaica Plain, MA. She is also survived by her brothers Thomas and his wife Carol of Palm Beach Shores, Florida; Richard and his wife Mary of Bonita Springs, FL., four step-children, Joel and Susan Solomon of West Roxbury, MA; Ruthanne Solomon of Hartford, CT; Leslie and Arthur Reitman of Atlanta, GA; and Dianne and Louis Eichel of Rochester, NY; as well as several wonderful step-grandchildren: Noah, Gigi, Ben, Madeline, Toby, Ava and Sam. She leaves two nephews, Derek and Richie; one beloved niece, Janice and her husband Jason of Needham, MA; a great nephew Kyle and great niece Brooke; and many close and loving cousins and friends.

            A memorial service will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, remembrances can be made to Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Multiple Myeloma Research, 450 Brookline Avenue, Boston, MA 02215-5450. For online guestbook, visit


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