Charlotte D. Procaccino

charlotte procaccino
Loving wife of 60 years, of Joseph A. Procaccino, Sr.; devoted mother of Joseph A. Jr.(Margaret)Procaccino; sister of Alfonso (Nancy) DiMeo and Bella Podesta; cherished grandmother of Christina and Carla Procaccino.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. We will miss Lottie dearly. We loved to see her sitting out on her porch and greeting everyone. The kids always loved to stop and say hi to her and Joe and looked forward to walking by their house. She was such a joyous person and always so happy and loved to give candy to the kids. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Joe. Love, Your Neighbors, The Elmas Family (Erdal, Patty, Laila and Ava)

  2. Mr. Joe and Family, We will miss Miss Lottie very much – she always had a kind word to say. Let us know if you need ANYTHING. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love, Tim, Julie, Emma, Maeve & Gwendolyn

  3. Miss Lottie will be missed sorely by our family. When I first met her, she was wearing a shirt with her granddaughters’ picture on it. She spoke with such pride of her granddaughters, a great nephew and other family. Our children love spending time vititing with Joe and Lottie. Joe, you are very special to us, and we are so, so sorry for your loss. May we all know even just a fraction of the happiness that you shared with Lottie for many years. Keira said, “I miss Miss Lottie. She’s an angel now, with beautiful angel clothes and beautiful wings.” We know she is watching over you and your family. You’re in our daily thoughts and prayers. Love, Jeff, Patrice, Logan & Keira

  4. Please accept our deepest sympathies and most heartfelt condolences for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the entire Procaccino Family. Edward and Amy

  5. We are so sorry for your loss and offer our deepest condolences. Ms. Lottie will be missed but her presence in the neighborhood will always be felt. We feel very fortunate to have known Ms. Lottie, to be your neighbors, and look forward to providing whatever support you need during this difficult time. Ed, Shelley, Ireland, Tamsin and Sam Degges

  6. My family and I will miss Miss. Lottie dearly. I have known Joe and Lottie since I was a small boy and always enjoyed the time I spent with either of them. I will always cherish those moments. I am very proud that I was able to introduce my new baby to Lottie and Joe last Fall, I will never forget how happy it made her and how she went out of her way to find a small gift to give the baby. Our thought and prayer are with you. David, Carolee & Kaydence

  7. Joe and Margaret, We are very sorry to hear of the loss of Joe’s mother. We hope you are comforted by your many memories of her. Your family is in our thoughts. Carol & Ken Hawker

  8. Dear Joe, Fred III and I send deepest sympathy to you and your family on Lottie’s passing. We recall with affection and appreciation all she and you did to help as we sought to diagnose and cope with his autism. He is 62, lives in a group home in Sykesville, works at Goodwill and is with me on weekends. Lucille died a year ago. Our daughter, Elin, is now posted in Central Asia. Our condolences and warmest regards, Fred Schilling Jr. and Fred III

  9. Dear Joe, You will be in my thoughts and prayers. May the wonderful memories of your 60 years together comfort you in this difficult time. Take care of yourself. Sincerely, Mary Anne Sotos

  10. Dear Joe, My thoughts and prayers are with you. The greatest tribute I can give to your mother is that she raised a wonderful son. I didn’t know her, but her picture in the Post is lovely- it was just coincidence I was drawn to it this morning …. Deepest sympathies. Jane

  11. Dear Joe, Please accept my sincere condolences on the loss of your beloved wife, Charlotte. I am sorry I was out of town and unable to come to the funeral. I shall remember her and you and your family in my daily prayers. God Bless. Sincerely, Pat

  12. Dear Joe & Margaret Please accept my deepest sympathy for the death of your loving mother. I remember meeting your mother and father over 30 years ago, and over the years I have enjoyed the occasional meetings we have had as well as exchanging Christmas greetings each year. When my mother died ten years ago you gave me a plant that had a single flower on it. I still have that plant in my home. After the flower died it never bloomed again – until late last week when I spotted a new bud. It is now beginning to bloom again with a new flower and I can just imagine that my mother was there to welcome your mother into heaven and they have sent us this new flower to let us know that they are enjoying each others company in heaven. Paul Cormier (the man who held your ring).

  13. Dear Joe, Ed and I send heartfelt condolences for the loss of your lovely wife. After meeting her for the first time last week at Trader Joe’s, I came home and told Ed I had the pleasure of seeing you together. You were blessed with a 60-year marriage, and those wonderful memories will be with you always. You and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers.

  14. Dear Joe and family: Carrolle and I were saddened to learn of Lottie’s death. We were so glad to have spoken to her just a week ago, when she said she was feeling much better. She enjoyed the Easter cards we had sent, as well as the article about the zeppoles for St. Joseph’s Day. You and Lottie were wonderful friends and, in fact, we considered you much more like family. We will never forget your kindness toward our Dad, and remember fondly dinners at our home when you sang along with Mom as she played the piano for you. We love you both, and now have someone else we can pray to. I can just hear her singing now with our Mom and Dad! We will keep in touch with you, Joe! Harriette & Carrolle Rinaldi

  15. Deart Joe, There are no words, Old Friend. I lost my bride of 58 years a short time ago so I know where you are. Think of how fortunate you were to have Charlotte with you for all those years. That brings a smile with the tears. She is not gone, Joe. Just out of sight and watching over you. The two ladies will be holding hands wondering what is keeping us. My best and prayers to you. Frank

  16. Dear Joe: I was sorry to read of your mother’s passing and wanted to express my deepest sympathies to you and your family.

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