Nicholas Caravassi

November 9, 1951 - March 28, 2020

Nicholas Caravassi, age 68, of Aubrey, Texas, formerly of Fords, New Jersey, passed away on Saturday, March 28, 2020.  He was born on November 9, 1951, in Brooklyn, New York, to Josephine (Santangelo) and Angelo Caravassi. Nicholas married the love of his life, Cecilia Carol Hughes, on March 4, 1972, in Kearny, New Jersey.  He proudly served his country in the United States Coast Guard and was a Third-Degree brother of the Knights of Columbus, Council 9199 of Fords, New Jersey. Nicholas worked in sales in the printing industry and spent many years as a bartender throughout different venues in New Jersey.

Nicholas is survived by his beloved wife, Carol Caravassi; his son, David Caravassi, future daughter-in-law, Victoria Hammer, and his granddog, Roscoe of Spring, Texas; his sister, Connie Prachar and her husband, Dan, of Iselin, New Jersey; his sister in-law, Margaret Webb, of Newburgh, New York; his God daughters, Cindy Albarella and Christy Baxter-Teague; many nieces, nephews, and cousins including the Albarella, Capano, Dalbo, DiLorenzo, Hughes, Prachar, Santangelo, Watt, and Webb families.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Josephine and Angelo Caravassi, and his best friend, Jay Dalbo.

Memorial services will take place at a later date.  In lieu of flowers, please send hand written notes or cards to:

Carol Caravassi
Winn Ridge
976 Alton Drive
Aubrey, TX  76227

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Dear Carol and Family, We are praying for your health and well being; but most of all we are praying for your peace at the loss of such a wonderful, beautiful husband. May you always have the many, many great memories to carry you through. As for your friend Dolore (Dee) - she had a bad fall today, Tuesday, May 12, 2020 and is currently at the Urgent Care center... So my friend, just know that you are loved and you are not alone. We stand with, and for, you Carol. Always, My very Best, Erica and Dee (by proxy) :) Erica Waynick and Dolore Lovelace, May 12, 2020 Nick, I will always remember your generosity and the hospitality you showed on countless occasions — including the time you and Carol cooked me a steak and almost burnt the house down because I liked mine a little too well done. Thank you for everything. Thank you for treating David’s friends like family. Thank you for all of the great conversations over the years. Thank you for the memories I will never forget. Until we meet again, cheers! Dom Higgins, April 16, 2020 I was so sad to hear about Nick's passing. We work together at the Pines Manor. He was so happy and excited to be moving to Florida. You have my condolences and he will be in my prayers and thoughts.
John Eagan, April 16, 2020 So sorry to hear of your passing, will always love all those Christmas family parts we had. Take care Carol.
Bobby sanguedolce, April 10, 2020 I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Nick was always one of my favorites to see at all family functions. I am heart broken and will miss him forever. My best wishes to you and your family.
Bill Haley, April 8, 2020 It pains me immensely to write these words. These circumstances blindsided everyone and left a tragedy in its wake. Thank you for being so much more than just my best friend’s dad. You treated all of us, the whole gang like we were part of the family. Some of my best memories growing up were with you Dave and Carol. Thank you for being like a second father to me. You will be missed dearly but never forgotten. God bless.
Brian Christian, April 7, 2020 Carol and David, so sorry to hear about Nick. He was a pleasure to be around and will be missed. Thinking of all of you and I hope all of the wonderful memories can dry your tears and make you smile and remember him in such a special way.
Karen Munro, April 4, 2020 Nick’s passing has brought about a flood of terrific memories. He was loved by my family and by me. He always treated my sons like a part of his immediate family. Nick will be terribly missed by us and so many. Joseph DiLorenzo, April 3, 2020 David I am so sorry for the loss of your Dad. We just bid them a fond farewell in the neighborhood congratulating them on the new chapter of their life. I cannot imagine your anguish and sorrow. Many prayers for Mom’s recovery. I wish you peace as you deal with this horrible situation. 66 Parsler Place Dianne Botti, April 2, 2020