Thomas A. Capobianco, Scranton, passed away Saturday morning in the Allied Services Hospice Care Center after an illness.
Born 1950 in Roslyn, New York he was the son of the late Albert and Madeline Bruschini Capobianco and was a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Stout where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Hotel Restaurant Management. Tom was the beverage manager at the Country Club of Scranton.
Surviving are a daughter Tess Capobianco and a son Thomas J. “TJ” Capobianco both of Scranton; his former wife Priscilla Capobianco of Dunmore; a sister Kathy Zander of Locust Valley, NY.
A celebration of life will be held at future date.
Sandy and Jeff Feather
Tom, you are truly a one of a kind, you opened your heart and let us feel welcome in a new place, knowing minimal people. The bar will never be the same. Until we see each other again, keep shining down on us.
Godspeed my friend. You will always be one of the good ones.
Joe and Judi Manley
Tom, Over the years, you became such a good friend..your unique way of personal engagement, making people feel so welcome, and you inimitable back bar witticisms, as well as your vast pop musical knowledge, provided an incredible social experience at our club, at which you were a key employee. We have lost a good one.
You will ne missed by many. Rest in peace..
Condolences to the family. Tom was an amazing man. He will be more than missed.
Priscilla and Family,
I am so sorry to hear of Tom’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Tom was one of those people who I liked the moment I met him. His quiet, yet sincere and engaging presence revealed a wonderful person and truly “great” guy. I wish I had more opportunities to spend time with him. God love you Tom.
Jack & Jason Walsh
Our deepest sympathy and condolences to the Capobianco family.
Kathy and Kevin Wright
To Tom’s family,
We were so sorry to hear of Tom’s passing. We’ll miss his warmth and kindness, his professionalism and his understated wit. He had a remarkable ability to make one feel welcome.
Our prayers are with you.
Mark and Linda Suchter
Our deepest condolences to you Tess, and your family. Your dad was a special guy who always greeted us with a smile, and took the time to stop and chat with us whenever he saw our family at the club. He will be missed by all.
Kathy Zander and Family
I was so sorry to hear about Tom’s passing. He was a great guy who loved his family very much. I can imagine how much he will be missed. Let your memories of him and love guide you through this difficult time. You’re in my thoughts and prayers.
With Love, Marge
Robert and Maureen Jones
We were sorry to see Tom’s passing . We first met Tom when we joined the CCS . What a great person . Tom always was very friendly and outgoing . He will be missed and remembered .
I’m truly sorry to hear of Tom”s passing . First met him when we joined the Club years ago . Tom was a great person and will be remembered for his demeanor . Friendly and engaging , alway pleasant . May you rest in peace