To the Capelli Family,
We are so sorry for your loss. Uncle Tony will be missed by all of us. His smile, jokes and pranks were enjoyed by all. He is at his new home in the sky watching over all of us with loved ones lossed before him. Our condolences to all who knew and loved him. Love Always Nick, Antonetta & Angela
My condolences to the Capelli Family.He taught me as a teen working for Mikes. Always a good story and a hardy laught that was contagious.
Mike sorry to hear of your dad's passing, always loved your parents. Dolores just talked to her sister today that's how we found out the sad news. Would attend Mike ,but we live in Virginia now. Prayers to the family. Our condolences, Dan and Dee Schwartz
jim and mike im sorry to here of your dads passing. He was always very good to me
I have a lot of good memories with all of you. I will be praying for your family
love jim and barb truhan
sending our deepest condolences to the cappelli family ,tony was a great person , it was a privilege to have known him The Barrila’s
He will always be remembered for his talented musical ability and his very joke like "manner" ., and always had a smile.
Always a gentleman and great kidder with many ole school stories. Will truly be missed.
A fun and loving man, a memorable Uncle who will be missed. Sandy and Jack
Dear Capelli Family
Tony will be missed by all who had the pleasure of sharing in his life, his smile and humor. I had known of this gentleman since the age of six, when my mother met him at an individual's house who was raising six children in utter impoverish circumstances, he assisted with his caring love by changing diapers when asked. My mother told me he would leaving money in different locations throughout the house to assist with groceries etc. Mother met Tony when all Jennies children were sick with a flu, vomiting everywhere, but there he was to be found cleaning up after every child, you can only imagine the nightmare of six sick children.
What a wonderful man God had introduced my family to some sixty-one years ago as I can remember. My father and Tony were employed electricians at Dupont.
Tony would occasionally attend a party thrown by my parents, entertaining with guitar in hand, everyone enjoyed their time as he played throughout the night,quiet an entertainer.
Also he would give the shirt off his back to someone in need he would endeavor to assist. In his love for God he was truly a servant, a giant of a man.
I was blessed by his love and companionship for my precious mother Jill Friend.
Their lives together was a beautiful thing to behold. It made me happy to see that they had one another in their latter days. And I am thankful of your family's acceptance of her in their lives and homes. My mother greatly cared for you all, graced by such friendship and comfort. She herself was a person that no one will ever forget. This is a solemn time for your family as well as mine, [hard to see friends leave] but let us RE-JOYOUS knowing our parents are to be found in the holy presence of our God and Savior: which is our hope through Christ our Lord's accomplishment on the cross for our shame; his death, burial and resurrection has accomplished an eternal hope that lies in another time and space. We all await the reunion with love ones on our day. Then we will offer our praise to one so worthy! To our loving Heavenly Father and His miraculous Son Jesus Christ our Savior throughout all eternal days. Amen
Sending our condolences to the entire Capelli family. We are so very sorry to hear of Uncle Tony’s passing. Wish we could be there with you. Love, Anthony & Karen
Denny, Rose, Mike, and Jim are a part of my history growing up in Westville. Our sincere sympathy and prayers to the entire Capelli family.
To all of Denny's family:
Our family is a large one, and unfortunately I didn't have the opportunity to get to know most of you. I did however get to spend many times with Denny while we would visit my Aunt Theresa's home and he would attend the Palladino family gatherings there on several occasions. I always would look at him and say how much he resembled my Grandpop (Nick Palladino) which was his Uncle. What a wonderful man he is, you were all blessed to have him in your lives. I am praying for all of you to get the strength to get through this difficult time. May God Bless all of you. To Denny, now you will be with all of those loved ones that left this world before you, until the day I see you in heaven, enjoy your new home with the Lord! Love, Sophia
Sharing in your sadness as you mour for Uncle Tony, he will truly be missed. He touched so many lives. Uncle Tony was always the life of the party. Such a wonderful man. I will miss him. So sorry for your loss.
Love Nicole and family.
Mike , Jim and the rest of the Capelli Family,
My words can not express the sorrow my family feels for the loss of Uncle Tony as I called him and we will always remember him. Family gathering will never be the same without him and all his jokes. Sometimes even 92 years are not enough, he did make us all laugh.
Knowing he is in peace and there is no more pain helps with sadness, just know how much we loved him and he will always be in our hearts. we love you all and anything you need please let us know. Love Christine.