OBITUARY

Robert W Caracello

March 13, 1939November 26, 2018

Bob was born to the late William & Mary (Ezzarello) Caracello in Chicago, IL. He grew up in Downer’s Grove and worked in the Chicago area until moving to Port St Lucie, FL in 1983. He was the General Manager of Coggin Motor Mall for 24 years, until retiring in 2002. Upon moving to Florida he became one of the greatest fans of the Miami Dolphins and never lost his love for the St Louis Cardinals. His love of sports was one of his greatest joys.

Survivors include his wife Jevene E. Caracello(Propis), Brother Richard A. Caracello (Judith), Niece Kimberly A. Bertholet (Nicholas), Brother-In-Law Gregory J. Propis (Sherri), Nephews Taylor Propis and Dylan Propis.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to Treasure Coast Hospice Foundation, 1201 SE Indian St., Stuart, FL 34997 (www.TreasureHealth.org) or The American Cancer Society (www.Cancer.org)

A Catholic Mass will be offered on Saturday, December 22 @11:00 am at St Bernadette’s Catholic Church. A luncheon will be immediately following at the Legacy Golf & Tennis Club in PGA.

Services

22 December

Mass of Christian Burial

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

St. Bernadette Catholic Church

350 NW California Blvd
Port St. Lucie, FL 34986

REMEMBERING

Robert W Caracello

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Chris & Patty Kafka

December 9, 2018

Jevene, Rick & Judy,

During the sadness of your loss of Bob; please know that our prayers & loving support wrap all of you
in our hearts.
Bob was a special husband, brother, brother-in-law to the three of you. May God comfort you in your loss.
May you find peace to fill the whole in your hearts as you say good- by.
With love,
Chris & Patty Kafka

Wayne & Mary Berkley

December 2, 2018

Bob. you were my boss and friend for 20 years. You were tough at times but we understood each other. You we supportive to Mary and I when our daughter Amanda was ill. I will never forget all you did for us, and your support. One thing that stands out was when I was a celebrity waiter, for the Leukemia society, and you tipped me $500.00 for a glass of water. May you find peace, and I know Mandy is there talking your ear off.
Wayne and Mary Berkley

FROM THE FAMILY