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Denise D. DiCarlo

12 février 195216 octobre 2020
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Denise D. DiCarlo, 67, died October 16, 2020 at Seacoast Medical Center, Little River, SC.

Born on February 12, 1952 in Bronx, NY, she was the daughter of Joseph and Mildred Rocco Buccallo.

Denise was a loving mother of three boys. Denise was not born a wealthy woman, however, she worked day and night to make sure she could provide them with the nicest clothing and three home-cooked meals every day. She kept the memory of her mother, Millie, and father, Joe, close to her heart. She shared stories of her parents with her young sons. She sat with them every night and helped them with their homework. Denise was self-sacrificing and gave everything so her boys would be happy. She successfully fought for her life to recover from a car accident so that she could remain in the lives of her family. In 2008 her dream came true. He granddaughter, Elyssa Grace was born. She loved Elyssa with all her heart. Denise was also a talented and creative artist. Denise lived to help others. She shared so much love and will be so dearly missed by her family.

Denise is survived by three sons, John DiCarlo, Jr., Scott DiCarlo, and Eric DiCarlo; and one granddaughter, Elyssa Grace DiCarlo.

A memorial service will be held at 2 pm on Thursday, October 22, 2020 in Lee Funeral Home Chapel.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the wearing of a face covering is strongly recommended.

A guestbook is available at www.leefhandcrematory.com.

Lee Funeral Home & Crematory of Little River/North Myrtle Beach is serving the family.

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Geri-Ann Oxley

novembre 5, 2020

I miss my dear friend every day! We hit it off as friends as soon as we met hanging out by the pool at Intercoastal Beach Resort, but we became so much closer over the summer when she was grieving the end of an 8 year relationship. Not too long before she became sick she told me that she wished I was her daughter! I was so touched and we joked about her adopting me. I miss the way you always said hello my friend every time we spoke! Love and miss you my friend! ❤️❤️❤️

Shelley Sidenworm

novembre 5, 2020

I knew Denise for several years as we worked evenings side by side many years ago. She was a wonderful person who filled a room with joy. I will miss her always. RIP my friend.

Marcia Webb

octobre 22, 2020

Denise and I were friends, but even closer the last few months of her life. I called her my “Sister” which we would giggle about and she’d say “that is so special to me!! “ If there is one word I could describe Denise
would be “Joy”. Oh she had some very low days but we’d start to talk and she’d come round with that hardy joy filled laugh..she talked about her precious boys and that beautiful granddaughter of hers. Oh how she adored them and so proud of them. She also was sincere in her faith in Christ and Father God showed her such favor, so much that she’d say I really feel like He is with me! She told me she was ready to go and we had prayed together.. so Denise, I will see you in heaven my sweet sister !! Love ❤️ you!!

Geri-Ann Oxley

octobre 21, 2020

Steve Downs

octobre 18, 2020

I was truly saddened this morning to learn of the passing of my dear friend "Dee". Also, I can imagine the the pain felt by her three sons, who she loved dearly, and I wish to express my heartfelt regret for their sudden loss. I only met Dee on August 19th, and something clicked between us right away when we were introduced by a mutual friend. Since then, we crammed a season of memories into less than six weeks over meals, going to the beach, driving, shopping, and getting her new townhouse ready. She introduced me to many of the fun things and places to eat around the MB area that I would never have visited alone. Every second spent with her absolutely enjoyable, including having more laughs per minute than with anyone I have ever known. That Denise cackle! I hope I was able to give her some happiness during a time when she really needed happiness. Her sons could not have had a better and more beautiful mother. We all will miss her dearly. ❤

p.s. she never wanted her picture taken, but I managed to sneak this one below when she wasn't looking. Broadway at the Beach on Sept 20.

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