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Robert (Bob) J. Capuzziello, 91

Robert (Bob) J. Capuzziello, 91, a lifelong resident of Milford died peacefully in his sleep and entered heaven on Friday, January 28. Born and raised in Milford, he was the son of the late Gaetano and Filomena (Cifizzari) Capuzziello.  Bob was the beloved husband of the late Lillian R. Capuzziello who predeceased him in March 2021. They were married for 67 years and were inseparable.

Bob was a graduate of Milford High school and a US Army veteran who honorably served in the Korean war.  Bob was a respected member in the community and owned and operated Bob’s Citgo, a full-service station on Main Street, Milford, retiring in 2002. He was a member of Sacred Heart Church, Italian American Veteran’s Post, Milford Lions Club and Jenny’s Bowling League.  He was an avid baseball player and played for Milford High School and Legion teams.

Bob was a human “almanac” for sports trivia and people’s birthdates, and one of few Italians who didn’t like pasta. He was a quiet man of faith, serving as an altar boy in his youth and in later years as an usher. He faithfully prayed for his children and grandchildren every day either at Sacred Heart Church or sitting in his recliner. Bob was generous and supported multiple Catholic charities.

He was a loving, present and an involved father to two sons:  Robert and his Wife Nancy Capuzziello of Milford and Stephen and his wife Brenda Capuzziello of Upton. He was a supportive, loving grandfather to:  Bobby Capuzziello III, Ryan Capuzziello, Stephen Capuzziello, Jr., Cassie Capuzziello and Scott and his wife Rebekah Capuzziello. When the grandkids were younger, Bob could often be found with his wife Lillian at their baseball games, band concerts or dance recitals. Robert leaves behind one sister, Mary Murphy of Hopedale; and one sister in-law Lucy Frascotti and husband Charles of Milford and their sons Robert Frascotti and his wife Rhonda and John Frascotti and his wife Sharon O’Connor.  He also leaves behind many other nieces and nephews.

He is predeceased by three brothers Frank Capuzziello, Joseph Capuzziello, Sr. and Gaetano “Sully” Capuzziello and three sisters: Rose Caprini, Margaret Catusi, and Helen O’Sullivan.

A graveside service will be open to family and friends on Friday, February 4 at 10:00 at the Sacred Heart Cemetery on Medway Road in Milford.  There will be no calling hours.  Arrangements are under the direction of the Consigli Ruggerio Funeral Home, 46 Water Street in Milford.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in his memory to Sacred Heart Parish. The legacy that both he and his wife Lillian leave is one of faith, perseverance and love.

“and make it your ambition to lead a quiet life: You should mind your own business and work with your hands . . . so that your daily life may win the respect of outsiders” 1 Thessalonians 4:11


Guest Book

Extending my deep & heartfelt sympathy to the family.
Luann Parente


Bob and Steve, he was a kind man. I never heard him say a bad word about anyone. I would see him at Sacred Heart always in prayer. He will be greatly missed but now he is with your mom. May he Rest In Peace. Mike Walsh
Mike Walsh


Dear Bobby and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Your dad was a big part of my childhood and the days of filling up at the gas station. Those memories will never leave many of us. He is the most beautiful soul I have ever known. I hope your memories sustain you through this loss. Take good care my friend.
Anna Chinappi


Our deepest condolences to all of the Caps! We have fond memories of Bob and the old days at the Citgo. He was quite a guy! Thinking of you… Mike, Michelle and Pete (Chillite) Blascio
Michelle


Our deepest condolences to all of the Caps! We have fond memories of Bob and the old days at the Citgo. He was quite a guy! Thinking of you… Mike, Michelle and Pete (Chillite) Blascio
Michelle


Steve & Bobby I am so sorry of your loss May you find comfort in the memories of your dad Brenda ( King ) DeSantis
Brenda DeSantis


Bob and Steve, so sorry to hear about your Dad. I would see both he and your mother at mass every Sunday and would look forward to our chats. My best to you and your family.
Ron Creasia


"Bobby" and "Stevie," I was saddened to learn of Uncle Bob's passing. Like my Dad, he was one of the good guys. His family and his faith were of utmost importance to him. I always remember going down the station as a kid. He'd have grease on his hands from working on cars and would always put a smudge on my nose. I have great memories of him and your Mom. They set a wonderful example of devotion to each other in their many years of marriage. They are together again and are at peace. He will be missed by all who knew him. My deepest condolences to all the family.
Susan (Capuzziello) Diomedes


Steve and Rob, I recall great days of Dad's involvement in Milford little league baseball and always when stopped in at Tommy Stocks barbar shop, always - always a kind word a little humor and conversation. Bob knew community and embraced it. A life of faith - well lived. In prayer.
Ernie Chaplin


To the Capuzziello family, So sorry to read about Bob's passing. Great man who loved his family and community...
Dana Stoico


My deepest sympathies Bobby and family!
Linda (Cifizzari) Hickey


I'm very sorry for your loss. I remember Bob and Lillian coming to our boys baseball games for many years, they were always very supportive of their children and grandchildren. RIP Bob 🙏
Suzie Batista


We are so sorry for your loss. Carolyn & Nick Bucchino
Nick Bucchino


Bob was a great man, I will always remember him coming over and talking with my parents. Rest in peace. My condolences to Bobby and Stephen.
Leo Niro


Bobby and Steve, I am truly sorry to hear this sad news. I've always been very fond of both your parents..... Very kind people. May he rest in heavenly peace in the arms of his beloved Lillian.
Katie leBlanc


To Bob’s family I send sincere thoughts and prayers, Bob and Lillian were an example for many, loving thoughtful gracious people, may they rest in God’s care
The Paul Beccia Family


Yes Bob was a very good man and church goer Bob was everything and more my sincere condolences Rip
Anthony Cifizzari


Yes Bob was a very good man and church goer Bob was everything and more my sincere condolences Rip
Anthony Cifizzari


I would like to express my sincere condolences to you and your family.
Henry A. Webster III


Condolences Steve and family...thoughts and prayers are with you.....
Patty Fitzgerald


My deepest condolences to the Capuzziello family. RIP cousin Bob
Vincent J Cifizzari


Sorry for your loss Bobby and Stephen. Many memories from the main st. days
Tim Collins


So sorry for the loss of your Father Bob... May he Rest in Peace.
Steven Macchi


Stephen and Family sending my prayers to you in the loss of your beloved father. 1978 Classmate Janet (Roy) Zavota
Janet Roy Zavota


Sorry for your loss Capuzziello family. Our prayers are with you.
Raghu


Bob and Steve Thoughts and prayers on the passing of ur dad.
Jim Beyer


I didn't know him personally but I recognized the name. I took a look and was correct. Brenda n family I'm so sorry for the loss of your Dad. May God give u the comfort as u need it.
Jessica n EJ Rappazini


My heart goes out to you & yours & may pleasant memories help ease your loss too. He was such a gentleman & enjoyed his visits to Plains Auto for years too. I so enjoyed him too. He was a special man & I am sure many heart are heavy today. God Bless!
Jean Antinarelli


Dear Bob and Steve and family, Please accept my condolences on the passing of your Dad.
Jeff Bonina


Bobby and Stephen, We are so sorry to hear about your dad. He was a good man and will be missed. A kind and gentle person. So many memories of our days going back to the Jenney station.
Ted and Elaine Rizoli


Bobby and Stephen, We are so sorry to hear about your dad. He was a good man and will be missed. A kind and gentle person. So many memories of our days going back to the Jenney station.
Ted and Elaine Rizoli


With sympathy too the Capuzziello family for your loss.
Huck


Bobby and Stephen… so sorry to hear about Uncle. Bob. I used to visit him often at the gas station when I would go for my long walks.Auntie Lil taught me how to make Pizzells . He and Auntie Lil were my Godparents and had a very strong faith. Now they are together. Praying for everyone. 🙏🙏
Carol (Capuzziello) &Stephen Buchanan


Bobby and Stephen… so sorry to hear about Uncle. Bob. I used to visit him often at the gas station when I would go for my long walks.Auntie Lil taught me how to make Pizzells . He and Auntie Lil were my Godparents and had a very strong faith. Now they are together. Praying for everyone. 🙏🙏🙏 Carol (Capuzziello) &Stephen Buchanan
Carol Capuzziello Buchanan


Dear Bobby & Nancy, Stephan & Brenda & all the grandchildren, So very sorry to hear about Uncle Bob’s passing. So many memories of such great times growing up whether at the gas station or cook outs ( weenie roasts) at 435 East Main St!!!! Hold tight to your memories as they will get you through this most difficult time …. With much love & deepest sympathy to all of you 💕
Trish (Catusi) & Rich Cucchi


Bob and Steve , So very sad and sorry to hear about your Dad. Shared so many great times with Uncle Bob, Auntie Lil and both of you. I will always treasure those memories and we will miss him. Sending Sincerest Condolences, prayers and hugs to you and your Families. Love Di, John, Sarah, Todd and Mary
Diane Bucci and Family


The Tuesday Bocce League at the Italian Vets Post will miss Bob. We are thankful for his help with setting up the alleys etc. before our games and helping to keep the league going. Henry Bertulli
Henry Bertulli


Bob & Stevie & Families. So sorry for your loss. Uncle Bob will be sadly missed, we had many good times on Maple St. fond memories Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Kilroy
Thomas & Donna Kilroy


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