Peter A. Nuccio

Born on 08/29/1923

Departed on 02/11/2013

Resided in Fredericksburg, Virginia

Peter A. Nuccio, 89, of Fredericksburg, passed away Monday, February 11, 2013 at VCU Hospital in Richmond.

Mr. Nuccio, a WW II veteran, owned Terian Wood Products and was a partner in Roxbury Mills Farm and Garden Center. He enjoyed bowling and golfing. Mr. Nuccio was a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church and the Elks Lodge BPOE #875.

Survivors include his wife of 27 years Susie Nuccio; step-children Danny Dunkle (Thea), Diane Nordstrom (Scott), Steve Dunkle (Carrol) and Julie Knight (Butch); eight grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his first wife Marion Nuccio, his brother Vincent Nuccio and his wife Rose.

The family will receive friends from 6-8pm Thursday, Feb. 14 at Covenant Funeral Service, Fredericksburg.

A service will be held at 10:30am Friday, Feb. 15 at St. Mary Catholic Church. Interment will be private.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Heart Association, Memorials Processing Center, Box 5216, Glen Allen, VA 23058.

18 thoughts on Peter A. Nuccio

  1. Danny and Thea Dunkle on said:

    Dad, we will miss you so much! So many wonderful memories, you have done so much for all of us over the years. We know you went DIRECTLY to heaven. This just wasn’t supposed to happen, we wanted you to stay with us so bad. Let God please watch over you for eternity.

    With so much love and admiration,
    Danny and Thea

  2. Bonny, Gary Whaling & Sons on said:

    Julie & Family,
    Please know you are in our thoughts & prayers. Heaven has gotten another Angel! Know that you will be together again one day but, until that time hold onto all those precious memories and know you have another angel in heaven watching down on you. He is with our precious heavenly father now and is waking those golden streets. Keep your hand in Gods and he will help you all get through this……..Love you very much!
    (We are here for you should you need ANYTHING). God bless you all!

  3. Souza Family on said:

    Our hearts are saddened by your loss and our thoughts and prayers are with you. Mr. Pete was such a sweet person and he will be missed.

    Jason, Beth, Emma and Liam

  4. Pete Nuccio.Sr on said:

    Uncle Pete I love you so much I remember when you came home from the Army and lived down stairs with gramma and grampa,we’d go fishing with dad and grampa,you’d take me with you on your sales trips when you worked for Edward Hines .Remember the little acreage we had at Lake Zurich we sure had fun there built that little shack where we’d eat lunch.Planted all those plants tomatoes corn,beans,squash all sorts of things.Those were the days Uncle Pete now all of you are together up in heaven.I’ll miss you very much,maybe someday I’ll get lucky and join all of you. Love you forever,your nephew,Peter.

  5. Niki Nuccio Stark on said:

    Dear Great Uncle Pete,
    I am so sad that this happened. You will always be very special to all of us as will “Mr. Winkie” I am glad that the last time we saw each other, you made us all laugh. I love you very much!! Xo love, your great niece, Niki Nuccio- Stark

  6. Jo Ann And Joe Hite on said:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with your family in this difficult time. We look back fondly on wonderful times spent with Pete and your entire family.

  7. Dr. and Mrs. John Karpiscak III on said:

    We will miss Pete a lot, being next door neighbors we always had a chance to chat about gardening, lawn care, his golf and my horses. I admired his active lifestyle, we’d even talk at 5:00am when he’d be loading his golf clubs in the car as I was pulling out of the driveway to work! He always had a kind word to say. A true gentleman who will be greatly missed by our family as well.

  8. Theresa Nucco (niece) on said:

    My dearest uncle Pete,
    Where do I begin to say what is and has always been in my heart? You have always been a wonderful uncle,I will always treasure the weekends I spent with you and aunt Marian in Mt. Prospect,when I was a young girl,I can go on and on about that. Then you married the most wonderful,loving,thoughtful,giving women, my aunt Susie,another angel from up above. Uncle Pete,I will miss your voice,laughter, but most of all your unconditional love for me. You are forever in my heart. You are with my beautiful mother,another angel. I love you,uncle Pete!

  9. Tom Hall on said:

    Sincere condolences to all the family.Pete was a good friend to all and always a pleasure to be around. great golf partner who loved the game and was always ready to play 9 more holes.He loved his family,church and country am proud to have been part of his life.We will miss Pete in our foursome,but know we will play together again someday.Sharon and Tom Hall

  10. Donna Nuccio on said:

    My thoughts and prayers are with you, Susie and family, and with all of the Nuccio family also. Hold your memories close in your hearts and let them be a comfort to you at this time and in the future. Pete became my uncle when I married his nephew, Pete, over 48 years ago and he has always been an amazing man to know. He not only served his country; he was also always there for his family and his friends. To put it mildly, he had a big heart. I shall miss our conversations about cooking, golf, and bowling and when I hear thunder, I will know he is back at his game. When I want a laugh I will watch the “Winkie” video and hear his voice making us all laugh once again. Love you and miss you, Uncle Pete…..forever.

  11. Beth & Lex Knight on said:

    With All God’s Love Beth and I will miss Pete so very much. Our Thoughts and Prayers go to You the Family. We know that Pete lived a good life but never ready for a Friend to say good bye. Pete will be playing golf in Heven now. We’ll catch you on the back nine. Lex and Beth

  12. Joe Scanlan on said:

    To my Great Uncle and Godfather, you were there when I was baptised and became such an important part of my familys life, no single word can descibe what kind of man you were,the memories that you and Aunt Marion have left with me are unmeasurablemyou will be Loved and never forgotten forever.

  13. Kate Ianniello on said:

    I knew Mr. Nuccio just a brief time, meeting the family at the hospital last week. He was very sweet and I could tell that there was a tremendous amount of love in your family. I am sorry for your loss. I thank you and Mr. Nuccio for making my workday a little bit brighter. Prayers for all of you.

  14. Courtney Olson on said:

    Words cant describe how much the family will miss you. This wasnt supposed to happen, you were going to bounce back and be ready to golf in just a few months. However, things didnt happen the way we wanted it. I know you’ll be looking down on us and I sure hope you keep that smile on your face. You were an amazing grandpa, always there for us whenever we needed you! I love you so much and miss you more than words can describe!!

  15. Mike Nuccio on said:

    Great uncle Pete you will be missed by many as you have meant so much to many tell your jokes as they come make all of heaven laugh love you Michael. A Nuccio

  16. Stacy Salvi on said:

    What a wonderful man you married. The first time Ed and I met Pete, we thought this is a man who loves life! So sorry for your loss. Thinking of you Susie and hope you plan on coming to Idaho to spend time with Diane.

  17. Deborah J. Verity-Gaucher on said:

    Mr. Nuccio was such a nice man that I remember him from the early 1980′s. He had an office in Westwood Office Park and I worked for Mr. Allen Whiteside, CPA next door. I would accept their mail or accept their packages when Mr. & Mrs. Nuccio were out. They were both so nice. I remember Mr. Nuccio gave me a recipe for making a large batch of corn on the cob which he made for large gatherings. His secret was milk in the water. He also gave me a sturdy cutting board with feet as a thank you for taking in his packages. I still use the cutting board and keep it out in my kitchen, it still looks great, and remember Mr. Nuccio fondly. I’m sure his family will miss him terribly but wanted you to know someone who knew him only from work recognized his kindness and remembered him from long ago. My sincerest sympathy for you all.

  18. pete nuccio.sr on said:

    Uncle Pete we’re so sorry we could not be there for you,but now all of you are up in heaven. When you get to Chicago we’ll be there and we’ll have a good visit and talk of old times and did we ever have some good ones.Til then,Love you Uncle Pete,Your nephew,Peter

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