Carmine DeMici

DeMici, Carmine J.
Carmine J. DeMici, 98, of Danbury, husband of the late Quentina DeMici, died on Monday, November 26th at Danbury Hospital. Born in Danbury on March 17, 1914 son of the late Lugi and Theresa DeMici, he was a lifelong resident of Danbury, and attended Danbury schools. Carmine served in World War II as a 3rd class Petty Officer in the United States Navy. Mr. DeMici has over 50 years of service to his country and fellow veterans and was a part of the Knights of Columbus, 4th Degree, VFW, Catholic War Veterans, The American Legion and a member of Water Witch Hose Company. He was also an usher at the St. Peters Church in Danbury for many years. He was employed by Frank H. Lee Company, City of Danbury Parks & Recreations, and was a school crossing guard. Carmine was an avid New York Mets fan and will be sadly missed by his family. The DeMici family would like to thank all the nurses of 9W at Danbury Hospital for the kindness and care of Carmine DeMici and his family. Carmine is survived by one son Louis P. DeMici and his wife Michele of Danbury, three grandchildren, Tiffany, Devin and Ashley and three brothers and one sister-in-law, Joseph DeMici, Rino DeMici, Armando Damici and several nieces and nephews. Carmine was predeceased by his brothers Louis DeMici and Francis Damici. A graveside funeral will be held at 11:30 am on Wednesday, November 28th at St. Peter Cemetery. There will be no calling hours. To light a candle of hope and remembrance please visit our website at


Published in News Times on Nov. 27, 2012