ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Nicholas Virgilio . We will remember him forever.

Nicholas “Nick” Dominic Virgilio
Born August 18, 1940 in Brooklyn, NY
Died August 18, 2020 in Largo, FL

Preceded in death by his wife, Lydia Martino Virgilio, three infant children, his granddaughter Ashley Nichole Hall, and his parents Frank and Ann Virgilio. 

He is survived by his children: Cathy-Ann Capo Stone and her husband Dave (Tampa, FL), Lucia Robles and her husband Rick (Brandon, FL), Jerry Virgilio and his wife Amy (Largo, FL) and Angel Kiesel and her husband JP(St Petersburg, FL) and his grandchildren:  Megan Capo (Marques), Nathan Capo, Chris (Hanna) Robles, Jessalyn  (Josh) McLean, Luke Greef, and Anthony Virgilio; great grand children Abrielle Robles, Adelina Robles and Maddox McLean; siblings: John (Annie) Virgilio (Ft Ogden, FL), Frank (Jeanne) Virgilio, Jr (Brentwood, CA), and Geraldine (Mike) Pine (Mosses Lake, WA) and many nieces and nephews who he loved dearly.

Nicholas served his country in the Marines.  He owned his own businesses in the Florida Keys, Homestead, Miami, Tampa, and Madeira Beach, FL.  In retirement he worked for Home Shopping Network as a security guard.  He proudly held his 3rd degree in the Knights of Columbus and was a loyal member of St Judes Catholic Church where he was an usher and attended faithfully until he was unable. He also was a loyal member of the fraternal orders of the Moose, Elks and Eagles where he was active and always held the highest office that could be obtained.

Nicholas loved his children, his family, his country and the Lord but most of all he loved his deceased wife Lydia who he longed to see again.  On August 18, 2020 on his 80th birthday they were reunited.

The family requests donations in Nick’s memory be made to The Spring of Tampa Bay https://thespring.org/donate/

Posted by Yvonne Morgan on August 19, 2020
May Mr. Virgilio's memory live on and the peace of God uphold those remaining until they meet again.

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Posted by Yvonne Morgan on August 19, 2020
May Mr. Virgilio's memory live on and the peace of God uphold those remaining until they meet again.
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