Carol-Ann R. Capabianca

Carol-Ann R. Capabianca (nee Tucci), 81, passed away on Monday, July 29, 2019. Beloved wife of Leonard A.  Cherished mother of Leonard A.,  Jr. and wife Linda of Northvale, Toni Macchio and husband Steven of Northvale, Dean and wife Cheryl of Old Tappan and Loretta Esola and husband Richard of Arcadia, FL. Proud grandmother of Erica, Sabrina, Jennifer, Steven, Jr., Dean, Jr., Anthony, Toni-Rose, Jesse, Shane and Matthew. Adored great-grandmother of Aria, Eliana, Bodhi and Wyatt. Dearest sister of Louis Tucci and wife Mildred of Lodi, Patricia Jacoby of NC and the late Elena and Anthony.

Known to all as “Mrs. C”, Carol-Ann was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother and friend and touched the lives of everyone she met. She will be dearly missed by all who knew her.

She was a parishioner of St. Anthony’s Church, Northvale where she was a Eucharistic Minister for many years. She also belonged to the Northvale Democratic Club and enjoyed coaching cheerleading and loved her arts and crafts.

Visitation will be on Friday, August 9 from 6-9 PM at Pizzi Funeral Home, 120 Paris Ave, Northvale (201-767-3050). A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at St. Anthony’s Church on Saturday, August 10 at 10 AM.


  1. Mrs. C, what a beautiful women who had a lasting impact on how I looked at family and friends. You are finally resting with the Lord and so many of your friends, bask in his glory.

    And I might add that you knew what me and your son were doing wrong before we did it but just kept us safe from hurting ourselves, and for that I thank you!

    Love to you and all of the Capabianca family!

  2. Len, to have raised you, your mom had to be an incredible lady. So my heart goes out to and is with you and your family. I know your mom through life stories of a son. Stories of your mischievous youth, with her guidance and wisdom, to your mature mother/son relationship, complete with gathered memories and complexities; always with love. Your frequent references to her are a testament to you and your strength as a family.

  3. Mrs Capabianca You will be missed. Watch over your wonderful family.

  4. Auntie Carol ,my godmother ,you will always hold a place in my heart, you we’re my mom’s sister, and like a mom to me all my life. I will miss our nightly talks and laughs.. we got each other through a tough time and I will cherish that the rest of my life. I miss you and love you.. like I said…always..

  5. My sweetest Aunty Carol
    I will miss you and think of all the great memories we had especially when I lived down the block. I always knew I could talk to you and you were always there for me. You said we were strong warriors and share a special bond and you were so right. Our bond was love and you will be in my heart forever.

  6. Scott Perrenod

    MrsC … I know this is late but I think time is not an issue in Heaven. I will miss you dearly. You were my second mom. I remember all those days at the house, hanging out by the pool, causing trouble and being part of the family living all those years across the street. I was always one big block party on Hughes Street. It was a special pleasure “coming home” and spending time with you and Mr C, bringing back all those forever memories. Please say hello to my mom and dad up there and hold some open lawn chairs open for all of us to sometime in the future to take a seat in the forever summer of eternity

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