Christopher Nicholas Capo

1969 ∼ 2019

Gerald O'Keeffe of Arlington Heights, IL wrote:

Rest in peace, Chris. I will always have good memories of the many adventures you, your other cousins and I had in Osterville during the summers of the 1970s. I extend my condolences and wish all the best to your family and friends.

Peggy Kiroy of Centerville, MA wrote:

Cannot imagine your pain in losing your son. Praying for peace for all of you.

Amy Barrett of Providence, RI wrote:

I have many memories growing up next door to Chris that will always bring a smile to my face. He was one of a kind and I will miss him. So sorry Kathy, Tony, Giovonna and Anthony. Thinking of you all.

Chrissy Mollicone of Providence, RI, 02903 wrote:

I am so sorry about the loss of Chris and my deepest condolences to the Capo family. I have not seen or heard from him in many years but his spirit and sense of humor stand out to me always. My prayers and thoughts are with the Capo family during this difficult time. Chrissy

Holly M Kindl of Bristol wrote:

Dear Kathy, Tony, Giovonna and Anthony, I am deeply saddened to hear this news of your dear Chris. I never had the chance to meet him, but Kathy, you always shared about his many adventures and of his kindred spirit and it always seemed like he and I had a lot in common with him. My thoughts are with you in this difficult time.

Hugh and Ellen MacColl wrote:

We are so sorry for the loss of your beloved son, Christopher. We send our sincere condolences.

Anne Jones of Thomas, WV wrote:

I was so sorry to hear about the loss of Chris. I live in WV now, but every time I see blue hydrangeas I think of Bernie and Grace's house in Osterville and the many games of baseball in the backyard with Chris, Anthony, Nina, Timmy and Ian. Chris will be missed by all of us who were lucky enough to know him