Lila Rose Caprio

August 8, 1957 - May 8, 2010

08/08/1957 - 05/08/2010

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Cemetery
Tuesday May 11, 2010
Forest Lawn Cemetery
8100 Granby Street
Norfolk, VA 23505
757-441-1753 | Directions
Service
Wednesday May 12, 2010
11:00 am

Norfolk-Lila Rose Caprio, 52, departed her earthly life to be with the Lord on Saturday Night, May 8, 2010 at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital.

A native of Wellsburg, WV, she was born August 10, 1957 to the late Albert and Lola Stewart. Mrs. Caprio was a Sunday school teacher at the Pentecostals of Suffolk Church and had done after school care at Norfolk Christian School last year as well as part time work with the Norfolk Public Schools.

She is survived by her husband, Anthony, her two sons, Nicholas, Zachary and his wife Ashley, two precious granddaughters Ava Marie, Mya Nicole. She was predeceased by three brothers, Larry, John, Glenn Stewart; one sister, Linda Stewart. She had three remaining brothers, Albert, Gary, Charles Stewart, seven remaining sisters, Wilma Brooks, Esther Thomas, Gloria Owens, Kay McCrackin, Alberta Taylor, Carol Kerper, and Christina Elliott.

A funeral service will be conducted on Wednesday May 12, 2010 at Altmeyer Funeral Home, 5792 Greenwich Rd., Virginia Beach, VA 23462 at 11am. Burial will follow at Forest Lawn Cemetery with Pastor Robert E. Hall officiating. Condolences may be expressed to the family at altmeyer.com .

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Betty and Charles Swalef
8 years ago

Anthony and family, sorry to hear about Lila. I will always remember the services spent in the nursery together with the kids. She always had a smile and laughter. May God be with you, and her memories will be with you forever. She is laughing with the angels now.

The Thompson Family
8 years ago

Anthony just want to say how sorry we are for your loss. She was such a good person to be with. We have known you all for a very long time we been through hard times as well as easy times together but this is a time when memories will have to keep you strong remember her for her smile, laughter, and the tears. This will keep you strong in the months and years to come. She is gone but not forgotten. We will never forget her.

DL Leadbeater
8 years ago

Anthony, Zack and Nic: My heart is broken at the lost of your wife and mother. Words can not express the hurt I feel. She was a wonderful woman and she touched so many lives. One can not help when remembering her, a smile comes to their face. She brought joy to others. I pray God’s peace upon you three during this time.

Sue Crouse
8 years ago

Dear Mr. Caprio and Nick,

My prayers are with your family as you grieve the death of Lila. I am sure you have many happy memories to reflect on your lives together. May God’s peace bring comfort and His strength be with you daily.

In His Care,

Mrs. Crouse

Maggie Mathwig
8 years ago

Lila was one of my favorite people at NCS, for the short time I worked there. As the “after-care lady”which my then-2nd grader called herher job was extremely important, and she did it with joy and dedication. My son never wanted to leave aftercare! He is now a sixth grader and was very sad to see the obit today. But we remember her great personality and fun nature. She would bring snacks, games, and even 3 Stooges videos to help the students unwind after a long hard day of learning. And she would actually get right in there and play games. She was a real ambassador for the school, inspiration to the kids and a total gem to know as a person. Even though we didn’t stay in touch after I left the school, I will never forget her. I remember particularly how happy she was to find out that she would be having a granddaughter and I remember I made her a real kitschy feminine fun picture frame that we had a good laugh over! She is definitely one of those people who will make heaven more “heavenly!” In our eyes, of course,her life was too short! A very great lady…

joyce seha
8 years ago

my prayers and condolences goes out to the family and all that loved lila. she will be missed . especially her smile ,her laughter, and the way she just found the posistive in any sistuation. i love you lila but i know that you are in the greatest place ever.

lawrence weaver
8 years ago

To Anthony, and his family my wife and I want to give our deepest condolence,and our prayers are with you. At this time of grief Lila, was a very good friend of mind I remember when Anthony,and Lila, got married, they were ment for each other She will surley be missed.

Phelecia Riddick-Debnam
8 years ago

To the family of the late Mrs.Lila Caprio,

From week to week, I come in contact with numerous patients at Sentara‘s Norfolk General and Careplex Hospitals in Norfolk and Hampton. Although each patient is special, there was something extra special about my friendship with Mrs. Caprio. She was a woman that exhibited strength, hope, and love despite the battle that she was fighting. Her spirit was one that was admirable. Her smile and laugh were contagious.

I was extremely saddened to hear of her passing. I remember our last conversation on Monday morning, May 3, 2010, when I was leaving work and heading home. As I exited her room, she flashed that gorgeous smile and wished me a safe drive home.

I am privileged to have had the chance to know and care for Mrs. Caprio on 6RP at SNGH.

May God provide the strength to your family during your time of bereavement.

Sincerely,

Phelecia Riddick-Debnam

Nurse Care Partner, 6RP Oncology Unit