Obituaries

Carl J. Capobianco

December 27th, 2014

Carl J. Capobianco, formerly of Billerica, Wilmington, Andover, North Andover, and Vero Beach, FL, passed away peacefully on December 24, 2014, at the age of 88.

Carl was born in Boston, MA; he was the beloved son of  the late Ralph and Antoinette(Chicariello) Capobianco.

Carl is lovingly survived by his children Carlene Capobianco of Georgia and Ralph (Chip) Capobianco & his wife Nancy of South Carolina, his Grandchildren Carl Mitcheson, Taryn Doak, Nick Kania, Travis Andrews & her husband Deacon, and his Great-Grandchild Maddix Andrews. Carl was the dear brother of John, Ralph, and Romolo Capobianco, and Anna Tucci and is further survived by his former wife and dear friend Margaret (Denton) Capobianco as well as several nieces and nephews.

Carl was a Navy veteran of WW II and served on the USS Topeka. Carl was the owner of Windkist  Arabians in North Andover, MA, where he successfully raised and showed Arabian Horses for over 30 years.

Family and friends will gather at the Nichols Funeral Home, 187 Middlesex Ave. (Rte. 62), Wilmington, on Wednesday, December 31st at 9:00 a.m. followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Thomas Church, 126 Middlesex Ave., Wilmington at 10:00 a.m.  Interment with Military Honors will follow in Wildwood Cemetery, Wilmington.  Visiting hours will be held at the Funeral Home on Tuesday December 30th from 4:00-8:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers donations in Carl’s memory may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 480 Pleasant St., Watertown, MA  02472

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9 Entries in Guest Book for “Carl J. Capobianco”

  1. Suzanna Cumming Roussopoulos says:

    My thoughts and prayers on your loss. May your faith keep you strong.

  2. Kathi & John Wyatt says:

    Peg, our thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Love, Kathi & John Wyatt

  3. Annamaria Capobianco Cumming says:

    Remembering Carl as we worked on the farm every weekend, a young, handsome, strapping boy full of mischief and so much fun to be with. Then all too soon he was going off to win the war in his navy uniform. Writing letters sealed with lipstick kisses from the women in our family old enough to wear it.
    Coming home, marrying dear Peg, raising a family and horses.
    What a wonderful life Carl has had and I am so happy to have been a small part of it.
    Rest now, Carl, your work here is done and you are now home with God, your mom and dad, the Chicariello’s and the Capobianco’s.
    To the family he has left behind, may the Lord guide you through the days ahead and give you peace.

  4. Barbara Capobianco Kaufman says:

    Dear Peg, My Thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family at this difficult time.

    Death Leaves A Heart Ache That Never Heals
    Love Leaves Memories No One Can Steal

  5. Maryann Di Marino says:

    He will be forever in our hearts! Prayers for our family.

  6. Steve and Melanie Treadaway says:

    Dearest Carlene, we are so sorry for the loss of your Father. Reading his obituary, he must have been a wonderful Man. We know that he will be truly missed. You are in prayers. Love, Steve and Melanie – (Keegan’s Parents)

  7. Steve and Melanie Treadaway says:

    Dear Carl, Sweetheart we are so sorry for the loss of your Grandfather. We wish that we could be there for you. You are definitely in our thoughts and prayers. We love you, Melanie and Steve

  8. Gerry Duggan says:

    Dear Peggy Denton, memories flood back when certain names come up. Growing up on Harvard Ave, Wil. the Dentons diagonally across the St. Remember your parents, Rusty the Irish setter who was trained to go to Tattersall’s every day to p/u the paper and bring it home. Remember Carl coming to visit after the war and taking you away to Andover and the Arabian horses. May Carl rest in peace until the day when we all will be together again. Bless you and your family. Gerry

  9. Annamarie Capobianco Cumming says:

    Today, as we said a last farewell to Carl, I knew seeing his beloved family gathered all around that we would never say goodbye. Carl has spread a broad stoke of love in his path of life on all those who he has touched.
    May that love sustain you and the memories bring you joy. It’s what Carl would have wanted.
    I wish you all love and peace in the New Year 2015.

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