OBITUARY

Robert & Beverly Capolino

June 5, 1951December 27, 2020
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Robert & Beverly Capolino of West Babylon, New York passed away in December, 2020. Robert was born July 11, 1949 and passed away n December 30th. Beverly was born on June 5, 1951 and passed away on December 27, 2020.

A memorial visitation will be held on Wednesday, February 10, 2021 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM at Boyd-Spencer Funeral Home, 448 West Main St., Babylon Village, NY 11702. U.S. Navy Honors and committal prayers will take place on Thursday, February 11, 2021 at 10:15 am at Long Island National Cemetery, 2040 Wellwood Ave, Farmingdale, New York 11736. Please gather at LI National Cemetery Administration Building for directions.

Services

  • Memorial Visitation

    Wednesday, February 10, 2021

  • U.S. Navy Honors and Committal Prayers

    Thursday, February 11, 2021

Memories

Robert & Beverly Capolino

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Ann Bokina

February 10, 2021

It is very touching to read all the shared memories of this amazing man. I met Bobby 20+ years ago when he came to our company to do our exterminating. We became fast friends. He was one of a kind, a rare treasure. I didn't know his wife but feel like I did as Bobby always spoke of her in such a loving way. Everyone at my company knew Bobby and his never ending kindness. He will be sorely missed.

Grace Heyne

February 10, 2021

Dearest Bobby, a bunch of us met you thru work when you came to service Soundcoat. You were the absolute best at your craft and always extremely helpful to many of us. The shock of your passing, and of your wife's, was tremendous. You always spoke so beautifully of her and now you are both peaceful in heaven together. We miss you so much. Rest in peace, with all our love Grace and John

Todd Cortese

February 9, 2021

Aunt Bev and Uncle Bob....you were taken from us way too soon. You will always be in my heart. Rest In Peace....You will be missed....

Denise Davidowitch

February 9, 2021

Aunt Bey and Uncle Bob 💔🙏
I have a lifetime of memories with you both and will cherish them the rest of my life. Your passing has left a deep wound on the family we still can’t believe it’s real. You both will be missed terribly and I pray that you are wrapped in God grace and love . We will meet again ...till then .

Love and Peace
Your niece Denise

Terri Scuccimarri Casaleggio

February 6, 2021

As a little girl, I remember meeting the children of Aunt Vera and how pleased I was to have cousins. But fate separated us from each other in later life. Rest In Peace.

Mark Minnelli

February 6, 2021

I have never met a more perfect couple..Bev being witty and funny and always joking..Bob was quite and humble,and loved by everyone..They both loved their family alot..The stories I heard about the life and times of Lorraine and Bev and Audrey,definitly put a smile on my face..I could not imagine either one of them being without the other,so I guess things had to happen the way they did,Leaving together days apart..They will be missed and talking about for many years to come..May they rest in peace forever more..Mark M(Beverlys half of a half of a brother)

Kenneth Gudewicz

February 6, 2021

I first met Bob when I got to the US Hunley. He was my first friend on ship. We became best buddies and even shared a place off ship. Bob showed me first hand what true love was. He always talked about his girlfriend Bev and never strayed from her. I came to vally stream to visit him after he got discharged. I still remember having dinner with his whole family down stairs. So much wonderful food. Bob also had me meet Bev,s cousin Sandy. I have stayed in touch with Bob and Bev for 52 years so thankful to have had him I'm my life. I am still in touch with Sandy we saw each other again about 2 years ago. We are friends on Facebook. I am truly heartbroken, but I have so many wonderful memories of my best friend ever. God bless them and their families.

Jennifer Bingham

February 6, 2021

Aunt Bev and Uncle Bob I remember when I come over the first thing Aunt Bev would do is pinch my cheeks and Uncle Bob would always do this silly whistle I think it was my mom lol, Also every time I would spend the night over and as soon as my mom left they would have to call them to come back and get me cause I would start to cry and say my stomach hurt cause I was scared to stay the night at peoples houses lol . It was just me I swear . They were the kindest people and would do anything for you. I love you both so much.

Lia Sargent

February 6, 2021

I remember Beverly, my first cousin, as a sweet and quiet little girl who I was always happy to see. So sad at this tragedy. My thoughts are with those who were close to her.

LORRAINE WHITE

February 6, 2021

BEVERLY I LOVE YOU WE HAD A SPECIAL BOND HAS SISTERS FOR 69 YEARS WE SHARED A LOT. BOB I LOVED U AND YOU WERE LIKE A BROTHER I MET YOU WHEN YOU WERE 17 AND WE SHARED A LOT ALL THE NAMES YOU WOULD CALL ME LIKE JAWS AND SERGEANT WHITE. BEV LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU FOREVER BOB MISS YOU AND LOVE YOU BRO . YOU SISTER LORRAINE

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