Adeline "Adie" Daum Caffo

25 juin 19325 septembre 2021
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On Sunday, September 5, 2021 in Arlington VA surrounded by family. Born in Germany and raised with nine sisters and one brother. Adie is survived by her sisters; Hedwig Newitsch, Hilde Neuhof, and Lydia Rogowski; sister-in-law Angela; nephews, John and Michael Caffo; and nieces Mary Fowler and Patty Coleman. Also surviving are her great-nephews; John-Robert, Zachary, Nicholas; and great-nieces Sofia, Ashley, and Amanda.

Adie was a member of the Sons of Italy, and the Catholic Young Adult Club (CYAC), over 40-year member of St. Ann Catholic Church, a member of the Elks Club. She worked at Giant Food for over 30 years. Adie loved life and her passions, including; bowling, volunteering at Arlington Hospital, line dancing, and of course baking her famous chocolate chip cookies.

A visitation will be held on Thursday, September 1 from 2PM to 4PM and 5PM to 7PM at Murphy Funeral Home in Arlington. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Friday, September 17 at 11AM at St. Ann Catholic Church in Arlington. Burial will be immediately following at Columbia Gardens Cemetery.


  • Visitation

    jeudi, 16 septembre , 2021

  • Visitation

    jeudi, 16 septembre , 2021

  • Funeral Service

    vendredi, 17 septembre , 2021

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  • Graveside Service

    vendredi, 17 septembre , 2021


Adeline "Adie" Daum Caffo


Delores (Dee) Middle

25 septembre , 2021

Will remember the goods time bowling and The Red Hats Ladies. Pease be with your family.

Jerry West

17 septembre , 2021

What a truly beautiful person! Ms. Caffo was one of my very first patients in my optometric practice . Her late husband signed off on my office permit. I had the pleasure of seeing her yearly for 35 years. She was always smiling and we would talk about her bowling and swimming and mutual friends. Rest In Peace dear friend.

Sherri Caffo

17 septembre , 2021

Too many memories to count, but one that I am sure is hsare by all is her willingness to help you. Bring you in to her home and take care of you. Even come to your house to take care of yu there. She was alwys doing for others. Her strength and kindness to anyone she met was constant and that welcoming smile is something that will stay with me forever. Her sister Hedwig said it best"My sister Adie Loved life" and by doing that made us love Life with her. So glad she can be with the Lord and the love of her life Shatze!!

Gabi Daum

17 septembre , 2021

"Kind was her nature,
Wisely was all their doing.
Skilled hands must now rest forever."
We thank all those who lovingly cared for, sheltered and provided for her.
She will always have a place in our hearts,
Even though she is farther from us now.
Find your peace and live well.
Christian, Gabi and Daniel Daum from Völkersbach, Germany.

Siegrun Vielsaecker

16 septembre , 2021

When such a lovely sister dies she isn't really dead but lives on in our hearts.
Thank you very much for your love.
Your sister Siegrun Vielsaecker and family.

Rose Vergot

10 septembre , 2021

My dear Addie too many memories to pick one so I will say how much I loved each and every one. I'm so glad when I visited Virgina in June I we were able to visit it was perfect thank you for your time. The lord now has a kind and gentle Angel 🦋.LOL😘

Sharon Johnsen

8 septembre , 2021

I am so sorry to hear of Adeline’s passing. I enjoyed working with her at the gift shop. She was always so willing to help. My condolences to her family. Sharon Johnsen