Phyllis Rose Caponigro

Bangor, Pennsylvania

1993 - 2021


January 13, 2021
Bangor, Pennsylvania


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Phyllis Rose Caponigro ROSETO Phyllis Rose Capone Caponigro, 87 of Roseto passed away January 11 at Lehigh Valley Hospital-Pocono. Phyllis was born in Roseto on October 16, 1993, a daughter of the late Joseph and Rose Capone. She and her beloved husband Anthony G. Caponigro were married 64 years...

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Dear Snookie & Family,
I am saddened to have learned about my cousin Phyllis' passing. She seemed to me to be one of those persons who just always would be around, and she was ALWAYS a delight to run into her the few times I was honored to have been in her presence, as of late. I know she will be extremely missed by you and her dear family, as well as close friends and relatives. I was very close to Phyllis & family my entire early life, babysitting for the children as a teen,...

. I went through the four years of high school with Phyllis and it was a special good time, in part because of people like Phyllis. When looking back and thinking of her I see her beautiful smile and kindness. A special lady. My love and sympathy. Connie Dunn

Deepest sympathies and condolences to Gene and his family.

To all who loved Phyllis, she will be greatly missed. Every day at work, she had a smile and a kind word. Phyllis was smart and kind. One of the best!
I hope to see you in Heaven.

My thoughts and prayers go out to all of the Caponigro family. Phyllis was a wonderful person!!

To the Family, So sad to hear of Mom Cap’s passing. It’s been a long time but I have many great memories of times spent at the house w Leslie and remember always sitting around the kitchen table! May cherished memories keep her alive in your heart always.. she will be missed.

XO Ruthann Cerino Gargone

Donna and Anthony my heartfelt sympathy for the loss of your mother❤I’m so very sorry!!!! Love Bonnie Pullo

May God bless you and the family in this time of sorrow. She will always be loved by her family and her memory will live on through them all. Keep her traditions alive. Keep them close to your heart ❤
With love always ,
Carl, Christa , Jake and John Hull

Dear Snookie and family,
Phyllis was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, and friend. Although I knew her for many years, we became closer when I joined the choir. She was a dear friend, who loved cooking for her "kids" every Sunday. You were all the recipients of her love and devotion to you all. Sincere condolences to you all.