Dolores Ciccone

April 13, 1961March 5, 2019

Dolores Ciccone, 57, passed away on March 5, 2019 surrounded by her loving family in West Palm Beach, FL. Born in New Haven, Connecticut, she moved to Stuart 32 years ago. Dolores was a homemaker, an excellent wife to Gerald and mother to her three children, Gia, Nico and Mareysa. Dolores was a friend to everyone she met and will be missed by so many. Dolores is survived by her husband of 29 years, Gerald Ciccone, Jr; her children, Gia, Nico and Mareysa Ciccone; her brother and sister in law, Richard and Donna DeMatties; sisters in law, Deeann Rose and Lisa Ciccone; father in law, Gerald Ciccone Sr., and many cousins, nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her father, Russell DeMatties, her mother, Rose Raccuia and stepfather, Bernard Raccuia. A visitation will be held on Friday, March 8, 2019 from 5:00-8:00PM at Aycock Funeral Home in Stuart with a graveside service to take place on Saturday, March 9, 2019 at 3:00PM at Fernhill Memorial Gardens in Stuart, FL. Please visit Dolores’ online guestbook at All arrangements are entrusted to Aycock Funeral Home, Stuart, Florida.


  • Visitation Friday, March 8, 2019
  • Graveside Service Saturday, March 9, 2019

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Mary Lou Lanza

March 9, 2019

My deepest sympathy to Gerry Sr. and Gerry Jr. May God surround your love one and bring her to eternal happiness.

Mary Lou Lanza

Phyllis Arpaia

March 9, 2019

Our hearts are broken at the loss of such a special mom, wife,friend to all she met. She was always kind and generous to everyone she met. We saw her grow up into this fabulous person, always concerned about how others were doing. Even as she battled this terrible disease. She checked on me every couple of weeks. Ben and I will always keep her in our hearts, she will never be forgotten. Our thoughts go out to her and her family and all who also knew her. Much love sent.
Ben Raccuia and Phyllis

Romie Compean-Oliver

March 9, 2019

Dolores you will be missed so much. In the time that I was able to be around you... and spend time with you... they were always filled with loved and laughs. Your name is the same as my own mother and I think of her and the love I have for her and I know that the love your family has for you is just the same. May you rest in paradise. To the family I will always pray for your strengths during this difficult time. May you all find peace and love. ❤️❤️

Maureen Sapienza

March 9, 2019

On Tuesday 3-5-19 a part of our hearts went to heaven. We became friends many years ago when her daughter Gia Rose Ciccone joined the colorguard. Dolores Ciccone and Jerry Ciccone took us in as family. Whether it was bringing me coffee because Gia was late to practice or the many family dinners, guard bus trips, holidays and special occasions we shared. And all the real Italian dinners we shared !!!!We are heartbroken she has left us but smile at the many memories we shared together. Jerry, Gia, Nico, Mareysa we love you and will always be a family. Lisa Ciccone and Dee Rose you are my 2 sisters . Dolores ....until we meet again. Love,
Maureen and Bill Sapienza, Steve and Brittney Sapienza, Theresa and Steve Naumann.

Christine Vanwey

March 9, 2019

So sorry for your loss. May you rest in paradise.. Prayers to Gia and family we love yall.. Christine, Cody, Nina, Lacy

Renee Heiniger

March 8, 2019

Gerry Gia Nico Mareysa
I’m so sorry for the loss of your wife mother and friend. That was Dolores ,she was a committed wife, mother and friend to all. Never any judgement.. always faithful. I met the Ciconne family, when we attended St. Joseph church and our Children attended St. Joseph school. I will always remember her smile and great spirit, always positive. The love that the family shared was incredible her marriage to Gerry, her relationship to her children. I always admired the family. They were the epitome of love and faith, knowing you could not have one without the other. Love to All from the Heiniger family. Rest now with our Heavenly Father.

Kim Demico

March 7, 2019

The memories are countless . We shared all our “first” everything together. We even dressed like twins! Cut all our hair off together and got matching shag haircuts and laughed because we both hated it!! We were partners in mischief from a very young age I have the best memories right until . She is a part of me. I know she will watch over me. RIP Dolores forever in my heart.

Cousin Donna Frandy

March 7, 2019

Words cannot express my sadness for my Cousin's passing! The memories from childhood to night clubbing to all our winters in Florida - she was my rock! She was "salt of the earth" and touched so many people! She was always looking to help someone in need - a special person - heaven just got the best "angel"! She was real, sincere and beautiful in and out. She lived a wonderful fulfilling life - thanks to her wonderful husband that gave her great support for all the years. She was just simply wonderful - a great Mother, Wife, Relative & Friend - a tough act to follow! She will never be forgotten and I will always think of her and I will smile! May she rest in peace! Never to be forgotten! I will miss my "Talooh" Love you forever!

Marygrace Hunt

March 7, 2019

My heartfelt sympathy goes out to all who shared life experiences with Delores. From our childhood here in Ct we had so many laughs and adventures. will miss your infectious laugh and humor. RIP girlfriend .❤️😘🙏💐🙏
To your loving family I am So sorry for your loss .peace be with you all. 🙏

Debi Mavrides-Russell

March 7, 2019

My memories,too many to write in this small space, her love,her kindness, her laughter , such inner beauty .I watched her grow from this beautiful adorable child to the most wonderful adult , mother and wife. Her loss is immeasurable and also is the love she left behind . My love,my cousin ,our connection is for eternity . May you feel my kiss every night as you sleep peacefully .