Charles L. DeBarbieri

charles  debarbieri

July 21, 1937 ~ October 17, 2023

Born in: New York, NY
Resided in: Coram, NY

Charles Louis DeBarbieri born in Brooklyn, NY

Charlie loved all things New York – the Yankees, Lake George, and the races at Belmont Park. He knew every Frank Sinatra song, every line from Raiders of the Lost Ark, and loved traveling to the Bahamas.

Above all, Charlie loved his family and gave them everything with his giant heart. He was husband to his sparkling wife Dolores for 55 years. He was Dad to his daughters Lisa and Nicole, who he moved into and out of multiple NYC walk up apartments, just for a pastrami sandwich. He was father-in-law to Tom and Sunny, even though one of them was not a Yankees fan. Baba to grandsons Thomas and Alex, who hold the record for eating the most of Charlie’s famous blueberry pancakes. And lastly, he was a pal to his dog Morgan.

Charlie was a legend and so full of life. We know he is sitting in the sunshine watching his tomatoes grow, listening to the Yankees on the radio, and enjoying a cold beer.




Visitation: October 20, 2023 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A

Second Visitation: October 20, 2023 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A

Mass: October 21, 2023 10:00 am

Infant Jesus R.C. Church
110 Myrtle Avenue

Private Cremation:

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The family greatly appreciates donations made to these charities in Charles L. DeBarbieri 's name.


520 8th Avenue, Floor 7

New York,


St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

501 St. Jude Place



Memories Timeline


  1. candleDear Dolores, Lisa and Nicole,
    We’re so very sorry for your loss. We remember Charlie with a smile and a gentle manner. He will be in our prayers.
    May he rest in peace.
    Eleanor and Tom Cavanagh

  2. candleTo Dolores, Lisa, Nicole and those who loved him, our deepest condolences. Our lives have been made brighter knowing Charlie. Rest peacefully and may God hold you in the Palms of His Hands.

  3. You will be missed, Uncle Charlie. Your warm smile and infectious laugh would always light up the room. You were the best host (open the door, say/kiss hello, close door and ask “Hey Jen, you want a beer?”) 😉

    To my beautiful Aunt Dolores and cousins – Lisa, Nicole, Tom, Sunny, Thomas and Alex – I am so deeply sorry that this wonderful man has passed on but now he is at peace. He will always be with each of you. I know you will continue to celebrate his life.

    We were all very lucky to have him in our lives – and you were certainly the luckiest of all to have him as a loving husband, father and grandfather. xoxo

  4. candleAunt Dolores, Lisa and Nicole, I am so so sorry. I will always remember Uncle Charlie’s smile and big laugh. He truly was a great man and will be missed. My deepest condolences to all of you .

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