Carrozza, Nicholas Adam

April 12, 1940 - November 8, 2020

Nicholas Adam Carrozza, also referred to as Sonny or Bobi, age 80, passed peacefully in Carrollton, Texas on November 8, 2020.

Nicholas was born April 12, 1940 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and he spent time living in Dallas and Houston, Texas. He worked over twenty years at Inwood Business Machines in Dallas, ten years at Global Services in Houston, and fifteen years at Copynet in Dallas until retiring in May of 2020. Nicholas served in the United States Coast Guard and was a member of Mary Immaculate Church. Nicholas was devoted to his family and his career. When not working or taking his bi-monthly trip to Las Vegas with his wife, he liked to spend his time with his children, grandchildren and dogs.

Survivors include his wife, Conchita Bautista Carrozza, his sister, Dolores Perry, his children; Nicholas Carrozza, Daniel Carrozza, and Holly Carrozza Haas, his son-in-law, David Haas, his grandchildren, Elizabeth Haas and Landon Haas, his nieces, Cindy Perry Bailey and Lisa Perry, and his nephews, Michael Perry and Rick Perry.

A rosary will be held at 1:00 p.m. followed by a mass at 1:30 p.m. on Monday, November 23, 2020 at Mary Immaculate Church located at 2800 Valwood Pkwy. Farmers Branch, TX 75234.

Family and friends are welcome at 640 York Ct. Lewisville, TX 75056 for a reception immediately following the service. Memorial contributions and flowers will also be accepted at this address. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to SPCA of Dallas. Nick loved all dogs.

Please leave the family condolences and share memories on this website.

 

Arrangements under the direction of:

Aria Cremation Service and Funeral Home

19310 Preston Road

Dallas, Texas 75252

(214) 306-6700

 

20 replies on “Carrozza, Nicholas Adam”

Mike Braswell says:

Nick was my friend, one of my mentors; a great man!

Skipper Davies says:

There are no words for my sorrow..Nick was an awesome man..may all the family find peace and comfort in this time of loss..My thoughts and prayers and LOVE are with you..

Mary & Joe Sykes says:

We have many great memories of the many trips we took with Nick and Connie. We could write a best selling book of all our fun experiences. Nick, you are truly missed. Rest In Peace my friend.

Tommy Duncan says:

Condolences to my old friends family.

John & Kay Trattar says:

We were saddened to learn of Sonny’s passing. Thoughts and prayers are with his family during this most difficult time.

Amy and Brent Timmerman says:

Praying for peace for all Nick’s family and loved ones. Nick was a good friend to our family for many years.

Jeffrey Young says:

Sorry for your loss and I hope that you know what a wonderful gift it is to have a loving father that dedicated his life to his family.
I hope that you realize that he lives on in each of you.
My sincere condolences.
Jeffrey Young

Valerie Pakula says:

I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you in this sad time.

Mary Ann pursel says:

Connie my heart breaks on your loss of Nick. My Ronnie loved him, prayers to you and the family.

John Hason says:

Prayers for his family,enjoyed Nicks friendship,Facebook comments,good soul

WINFIELD WILLIAM SCOTT says:

CONNIE I AM SO GLAD I GOT TO TALK TO NICK AT PAT WORRELL’S MEMORIAL SERVICE. AND HE WAS SO FORTUNATE TO HAVE SUCH A SWEET WIFE. WE WILL BE THINKING OF YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.

MaryJo Costanzo says:

I am so sorry and shocked to hear about Nick. What a wonderful man he was. Also a wonderful boss at Inwood. Prayers for the family.

jane says:

our dear poker-playing, always caring dear friend , Nick…. we always heard about the family from Nick .. he was so proud of his grandchildren …. He loved them so much. What a great guy.. We loved him , Jane Ann & Richard Logan

Mary Eifert says:

My heart goes out to you in your loss of a really good man, and good friend to my husband, Steve. I’m sure he will be missed by all who knew him.

JOSEPH CARROZZA says:

MY HEARTFELT CONDOLENCES TO EVERYONE.WE ARE MISSING A GREAT PERSON. NICK WAS A SPECIAL COUSIN TO ME AND I ALWAYS ENJOYED OUR LUCNHES WHEN I VISITED DALLAS.

Darren Staton says:

A Man of Valor…A Trumpeter…A Man of Dignity and Respect…Goodbye For Now My Friend 🤝🙏🏼

Ann Fleet says:

So sorry for your loss – wish I could attend but am being extra careful due to the virus. Prayers are with you and the rest of your family.

Sue Abshire says:

I was saddened to hear of the loss of Nick. He was a very special man and a good friend. He will be missed.
My prayers are with the family.

Gloria Cuenod says:

Wonderful boss. Delightful man. My heart is sad to know that he is gone.

Jeni Baldwin says:

I remember the kind and charismatic nature of Mr. Carrozza growing up. My parents would get together with them and I always saw them laughing. I admired Nick. I met his children and realized the whole family was just…good. Years later, Nick proved he was cool because he had very strong beliefs and he found ways to stay current and relevant. He was always on social media and even friended me, a kid in his world, on Facebook, to include either me in the mix. He was a devoted dad and husband. He influenced many and demonstrated a strong conviction for high standards. I really respected him. He will be missed.

The last time I saw Nick, as I now called him as a grown up, we were at my parents’ 50th anniversary celebration a few years ago. Connie and Nick stood with three other couples who were all there at the wedding. What a gift.

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