Carmine Joseph Scalamoni

October 12, 1925 - December 29, 2013
Carmine Joseph Scalamoni

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Carmine Joseph Scalamoni, “Babe”, 88, passed on peacefully at home in Wilmington in the early morning on Sunday, Dec. 29, 2013.

Born in N.J. on Oct.12, 1925 he was the youngest of 5 and a devoted son to his parents Millie and Joe Scalamoni.

Babe was raised in Newark and worked for 42 years as a foreman at the Passaic Valley Water and Sewer Commission. He loved his job and the company of his co-workers and spent his mornings prior at the Lyndhurst Diner among friends. This was the 62’ year of marriage to his wife Paula Scalamoni and he was a loving and thoughtful Husband, Father, Grandfather, Brother and Uncle.

Carmine was a U.S. Marine Corp. Veteran in WWII serving from 1943-1946 and participated in the occupation of China. In 2001, he and wife Paula relocated from West Caldwell, N.J., where they raised their 3 children Steven, Paula and Loraine and lived for 30 years and moved to Wilmington to join their daughter Loraine Scalamoni and grandson, Zachary Voynow. Their son Steven moved here to join them as well and aide with their health issues.

Carmine is survived by his loving wife Paula and devoted children Steven and Loraine Scalamoni and grandson Zachary Voynow in Wilmington. With them, he is survived in NJ by his sister Violet Caputo and brother Peter Scalamoni along with the rest of his remaining family and friends. This includes his eldest daughter, grandchildren,great grand child, nephews and nieces.

Babe was a wonderful man, loved deeply and will be truly missed by those whose lives he touched.

The family will be holding a private memorial service Saturday, January 4, 2013 at the home of Loraine Scalamoni and her son.

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Wilmington Funeral & Cremation, 1535 S. 41st Street, Wilmington, NC 28403 910.791.9099

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