Brian Joseph Scacciaferro
November 17, 1994 – November 1, 2020
Brian "Bubba" Joseph Scacciaferro
Brian J. Scacciaferro passed away on November 1, 2020 in Warwick R.I. He was born November 17, 1994 in New London, CT. to Nicole (Scacciaferro) Martin. Brian went to Nathan Hale in New London until moving back to Niantic where he attended East Lyme Middle School. He graduated from Grasso Tech in Groton with a certificate in Auto Body in 2012.
Brian went on to find employment At Connecticut Valley Homes in 2017 and was currently employed there. Although he complained all the time to Harry, he loved his work and the family he made there.
Brian was the most kind and generous man who loved his family and friends more than anything. He had a new found passion for fishing with his cousin Tony yet still made time for the video games, working with his hands, his car, and being with people. He had a huge heart and infectious smile that could light up a room. He was taken from this world way too soon and for any of us who knew and loved him, we will never be the same.
Brian is survived by his Mother Nicole Martin, Father Don Martin, and maternal Grandmother Penny Wallace all of Niantic, an Uncle, Joseph Wallace of East Hartland, CT, Grandmother Heather Martin of Florida. I would love to list all of the family he has left behind but the list is far too long. We all miss and love you.
There will be a service on November 9 at Fulton Theroux Funeral Home on Hope Street in Niantic from 4:00 to 7:00 PM.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Brian's memory to:
TriCircle Inc. https://tricircleinc.com or 6 Way Road, Middletown, CT 06455
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Brian Joseph Scacciaferro
November 6, 2020
Nicole, Don, Tony and family,
I am so sad to hear of your loss. Brian was such a sweet guy who was always so respectful, kind and caring. I am at a loss for words and my heart breaks for all of you. So young and full of life taken away too soon. Please know our thoughts are with you and we are here if you need anything.
Kathy and Michael
November 4, 2020
Nicole, and family,
We had the pleasure of meeting Brian while he was working at DD. His smile, friendliness, and kind heart drew us in instantly. We knew that he would make a great coworker with Harry at CVH. Brian wanted to leave DD and timing couldn’t have been better. Harry and Brian worked together, laughing, listening music, simply making the best of the work day. Brian would often answer Harry’s phone when I called, so friendly and kind, I could actually see him smiling.
Brian had a special sole, one that touched all, which is visible on every picture that has been posted of him with his family and friends.
We are so sorry that he is no longer amongst us. Brian, with his big heart, caring ways, and infectious smile, should not have been taken so young. He was genuinely a wonderful person that we had the pleasure to have in our life.
Our deepest sympathy to his mom Nicole, whom he loved dearly, his family, and endless friends.
May all of your fondest and cherished memories you hold dear to your hearts guide you through this most difficult time.
With sincere condolences,
Harry, Caryl, Chloe, Bailee, & Jacob Glock