OBITUARY

Debra Anne Noviello

February 11, 1962March 27, 2021
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Debbie Noviello, 59, of Fairfax Virginia, passed away on March 26, 2021.

Born on February 11, 1962, in Flushing NY, she was the beloved daughter of the late Vincenzo Giacchina and mother, Geraldine Giacchina still living in Northern Virginia. Married for 34 years to Vincenzo Noviello, who have been blessed with two beautiful children, Vincent & Angela Noviello She is loved deeply by so many including her three sisters, Diane Giacchina living in DC , Gina Marie Mack, living in Roanoke VA with her Husband, Fred Mack, Sonia Signorelli in New York, Her two brothers; Carl Giacchina living in New Jersey and Nino Giacchina, in Alabama. Leaving behind a host of nieces, nephews, great nephews & nieces, cousins and many, many dear friends.

A beautiful person inside and out, her own style, her huge heart, kindness and humor were just a small part of what made Debbie so special. She loved her family and friends fiercely and would do nothing but give from her heart and soul always. She gave her strength and shared her joy. Her fun-loving spirit and zest for life will be dearly missed by all those who knew her. She was a role model to so many, with her work ethic, level of commitment to whatever challenge came her way; and her energy for life. She was a woman of many words; no filter, straight shooter. She would always let you know her thoughts if she thought it would be helpful.

Her most treasured memories were spent in her “happy place” St. Marten – with a drink in her hand, sing-a-longs around the Piano Bar…. always knowing every word to every song. Her smile was radiant, contagious and filled with excitement.

Funeral services will be private. While they wish everyone could attend, your safety is paramount to their family and it will be a limited mass. However, a live-stream will be available beginning at 1pm on Saturday, April 3, 2021 and can be accessed through the Demaine Fairfax Facebook Page. In lieu of flowers, please consider a memorial donation in Debbie Noviello’s name to the organization SOME (So Others Might Eat) in Washington D.C. www.SOME.Org

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Brenda Miller

April 5, 2021

To our long-time neighbors, Vinny, our children’s friends, Vinny and Angie, we share a memory of kindness from your wife/mother, Debbie, that will last forever. We especially think back to a Sunday in September 1995; when Debbie came over, greeting our family and introducing herself and her family, as we started the first phase of building our home next door. That was the beginning of a friendship any neighbor would cherish for all the years that followed.

We share in your sorrow; we will miss and remember Debbie always. She is now safely home! To your family always remember . . . John 3:16: “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life.”

With Sympathy,
Peter, Brenda, Andréa, & Peter Jay Miller

Sadaf Minhajuddin

April 2, 2021

My dear friend Debbie— Such devastating news. I will never forget your vibrant personality, vivacious laugh and our treasured friendship at FVCbank. Debs- I have no words but I will say in the words of Rumi “ You were not a drop in the ocean but the entire ocean, in a drop”
I will miss you my dear friend. Rest safely in the best of places . Love Sadaf

Carlo Giacchina

April 2, 2021

To my dear sister Debbie, I am in total disbelief that you have left us too early. God has brought another angel into his kingdom. You-will be sorely missed, your loving heart and affection for others was beyond compare. I love you Debra. Love your brother Carlo.

Tom Barringer

April 2, 2021

Vinnie, I was so sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. You have my most sincere sympathies.
Tom Barringer

Lena Stanco

April 2, 2021

The pain and grief are still too fresh to put into words but all I can say is I lost not only my best friend, but a part of my soul. I know she would not want us to be sad and mourn her death, but to celebrate her life.
She was the type of person that was happiest when she made other people happy. Normally I am not at a loss for words, but this time I am. I will miss her terribly but will try to live the rest of my life knowing she is still by my side and I will try to make her laugh. Please keep the family and all her dear friends in your thoughts & prayers.

Christopher Turley

April 2, 2021

I have had the privilege and honor to know and work with Debbie for the past 5 + years. Debbie was my first true hire as a Manager in my banking career. Debbie found a way to make that interaction memorable and unforgettable leaving an assortment of delicious homemade Italian Christmas cookies for me. The cookies encapsulated her ability to work hard, plan ahead, think outside the box, and make a lasting impression. Her personality was infectious and her love, caring and respect that she gave to all was admirable. To be honest, Debbie became much more then just a coworker to me and my Family. She became a member of our Family. I think it helped that our families were from New York, we both support the NY Giants and we had a mutual love for music and dancing. However, over the time we knew each other it was our common commitment to the love for family, friends and co-workers and those interactions that bonded us together. The moments of joy and friendship from Honey Baked Ham lunches, car rides to meet clients, and late working days getting the work done. Strengthening those moments was the experiences of uncontrollable laughter, sharing life experiences, and many special moments with one another. Debbie knew me probably better than I know myself. She saw something in me and the opportunity to work for me.

Debbie – Thank you for being a great friend! Thank you for telling it to me straight and keeping me as focused as you could. Thank you for always carrying more than you had to. Work will never be the same but I know I’m a better Man, Manager and Friend because of having you in my life. I am eternally grateful.

To the Noviello Family – my heart breaks for you all. However, knowing Debbie, the love and experiences you share will lift you up and carry you through this challenging time. Please know that I am here for you should you need me.

With eternal love and admiration –

Christopher Turley and the Turley Family

Dawn Suehring

April 2, 2021

Debbie was one of a kind and I loved her dearly. I was with her when she 1st saw and met Vinnie, her husband. My heart is breaking. Love and hugs to all her family.

Michelle Conklin

April 1, 2021

My heart is broken. My sincere condolences to Debbie's family and friends. Debbie was an amazing and beautiful person inside and out. She was a good friend over the years. One of my favorite memories was our trip to Vegas and of course the many social gatherings at her house. She loved to entertain. She was so much fun and so real. I loved that about her. She loved her friends and her family. My memories of our time together will live on forever. To all of Debbie's family members and friends, I'm so deeply sorry for your loss.

Mary Ellen Faust

April 1, 2021


My heart goes out to Debbie’s close family and fiends. She was such a dear friend, and I will always cherish her friendship and sense of sisterhood. She was there whenever you needed her. There are too many fond memories I have of Debbie. She knew how to have a good time. Wherever she went, she ignited! She was full of life and the life of the party.
She will forever be missed and will be in our hearts. May we all find comfort in the joyous memories of Debbie!

mike ricciardi

April 1, 2021

True to form, Debby never let you down. Either through example or meaningful words. She spoke her mind and when it came to getting something done, she was tenacious. She worked hard, lived larger and always enjoyed a good tune & a dance. She will be missed on earth, and as she ascend to heaven , we should all note, the missing angel has retuned. Oh, and some advice to Saint Peter, if he is listen, be careful on what you ask because there is no filter on that girl!

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