Carolyn S. Ciccone

Date of Passing:

March 15, 2021

Ciccone, Carolyn S., (Piccirilli), 80, of Waseca Avenue, Barrington, died peacefully on March 15, 2021. She was the beloved wife of the late Anthony A. Ciccone.

Born in Providence, a daughter of the late Samuel and Antonietta (Pagano) Piccirilli, she was a lifelong resident of Barrington.

Mrs. Ciccone was a graduate of Barrington High School Class of 1958. She was an Administrative Assistant for the Barrington School Administration for 27 years before retiring in 2006.

Carolyn was a communicant of Holy Angels Church. She was a volunteer usher at the Providence Performance Arts Center.

She is survived by a son, Michael Ciccone and his wife Suzanne of Boxborough, MA; a sister, Virginia K. Clark and her husband Gary of Barrington and three grandchildren, Grace, James and Leo Ciccone. She was the mother of the late Cara Lynne Ciccone.

Her funeral will be held on Wednesday March 24, 2021 from the W. RAYMOND WATSON FUNERAL HOME, 350 Willett Avenue, Riverside at 8:45 a.m. with a Mass of Christian Burial in Holy Angels Church, Maple Avenue, Barrington at 10 a.m. Burial will follow in St. Ann Cemetery, Cranston.

Calling hours are Tuesday 4-7 p.m. Flowers are respectfully omitted. Contributions in Carolyn’s memory to The American Heart Association, 1 State Street, Unit 200, Providence, RI, 02908 would be deeply appreciated.

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13 Comments

  1. I will always remember Carol’s kindness when I would often visit the Special Ed office.
    With deepest sympathy,
    Kathy Goldberger

  2. I am so sorry to hear of Carol’s passing. I will always remember her
    kindness to me the many times I was in the Special Ed office!
    With deepest sympathy,
    Kathy M. Goldberger and family

  3. Ginny & Michael: Sorry I couldn’t make it. GOD rest her soul!

  4. Michael and family, Please accept my sincere condolences on the passing of your mom. I met your mom through your dad. I used to go to the Deli next to there house. Tony would come in and sit with us ladies and we formed a very nice friendship. After Cara passed away I would visit them at home. I had lost my son and I could understand their heartache. We had many good talks and when your dad passed I would visit your mom. What a wonderful person she was and we bonded. I am so sad that will will not visit together again. May my friend Rest In Peace.

  5. My sincere condolences to Carol’s family. I’m sorry to hear of her passing. My thoughts and prayers are with Ginnie, Gary and her family.

  6. Tony was a long time member of the Portsmouth Science Department. The Department was close knit and we shared each others joys and sorrows. We miss Tony and now Carol. We were all fortunate to have them as friends. Rest in peace.
    This condolence is submitted on behalf of the Portsmouth High School Science Department.

  7. Condolences to the family of Carolyn Ciccone, Tony and Carol were long time friends. We pray that she is reunited with Tony and daughter Kara.

  8. On behalf of all your colleagues at Red Hat, I would like to pass on our deepest condolences and sympathies at this time, Michael. Our hearts goes out to you during this difficult period. If there is anything we can do then please just ask.

    May she rest in peace.

  9. Michael, sorry to hear of carol’s passing. we have known your family since the time we moved in in 1983. she and your dad were great people. my son would call her Grandma C. She is now with Tony in heaven.

  10. To the family of Carol,
    So very sorry. Such a quiet and thoughtful lady indeed.
    My sincere sympathy and prayers. May she rest in peace.

  11. I’m so sorry to learn of her passing. I met her and Tony when I was working at Applebee’s. She would come in just for the French Onion soup. We would joke about it. They were one of my favorite people to come in and chat. May her soul rest peacefully in God’s loving, merciful arms and may Perpetual Light shine upon her. Rest in Peace Carol. Thank you for making my time at Applebee’s a great one.

  12. Carol and I worked for the Barrington Public Schools. She was always such a joy to talk to. When we retired, we joined a bowling league and had fun together. I’ll miss her.

  13. Carol was the mother of my good friend, her son Michael. I remember her as a warm and loving person, who cared most of all for her family.

    I am reminded of these words from Ed Sheeran’s Supermarket Flowers:

    Oh, I’m in pieces, it’s tearing me up, but I know
    A heart that’s broke is a heart that’s been loved

    So I’ll sing Hallelujah
    You were an angel in the shape of my mum
    When I fell down you’d be there holding me up
    Spread your wings as you go
    When God takes you back
    He’ll say, “Hallelujah, you’re home”

    Hallelujah
    You were an angel in the shape of my mum
    You got to see the person I have become
    Spread your wings and I know
    That when God took you back
    He said, “Hallelujah, you’re home”

    Many hearts are broken by the loss of Carol, but we can take comfort that she’s with her beloved husband Tony and daughter Cara.

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