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Charles Carmillo

Charles "Charlie" Carmillo

October 18, 2006 - June 24, 2020
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Obituary

Charles “Charlie” Carmillo, 13, of Chelmsford, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, June 24, 2020. He was the beloved son of Paul and Amie (Dergay) Carmillo.

He was born in Newton, MA on October 18, 2006. Charlie attended South Row Elementary School in Chelmsford and recently completed the seventh grade at the McCarthy Middle School. He was a member of the Chelmsford Boy Scout Troop #75. Charlie had a passion for basketball. He loved playing with his siblings and being silly. He was an easygoing person and made no demands on others. Charlie was a bright student; gentle hearted, and loved to make people laugh. His family and friends will dearly miss him.

In addition to his parents, Charlie is survived by his siblings: Nicholas, Olivia, and Vivian Carmillo, his maternal grandmother, Mary Dergay of Chelmsford and his maternal Uncle James Dergay of Chelmsford.

Funeral services and interment will be held privately.
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Mike Teuber

Posted at 11:16am
My enduring memory of Charlie will be his ever-present smile and laughter. Love to the Carmillo and Dergay families and may you find peace. Love, Mike Teuber
UF

Uncle Bill and Family

Posted at 09:10am
We (Angela, John Arthur, and myself) are so sorry about Charlie's death. He was such a wonderful boy (a total delight). We are so sorry.

We will always remember moments and love that we shared with Charlie. In particular, I have great memories of: Charlie sharing his birthday party with me (his 4th and my 70th) and Charlie sharing with John Arthur the delights of Canobie Lake, the Polar Caves of Plymouth, NH and Davis Farm. Where ever we were going in New England, John Arthur would always look forward with great enthusiasm of sharing time with Charlie. He always hopefully asked, "Is Charlie going to be there?".

We will miss Charlie forever.
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Uncle Ray

Posted at 08:17am
Great memories continue to give joy forever. At age 2 Charlie, Nana and I walked along the bike path. It didn't take long before Charlie and I were chasing each other. We giggled, gave hugs, and filled the stroller with colorful leaves. It was a great day! Living in Florida, I seldom see the little ones, but this day was special and it has stayed with me all these years. Thank you Charlie. Love, Uncle Ray
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Your friends at Russell Mill Swim & Tennis Club

Posted at 04:53pm
"Charles Carmillo" will remain in our hearts forever.

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Beth Rose

Posted at 04:19pm
Amie, Paul, Nick, Olivia and Vivian....there are no words to express how sorry I am ....when I think of Charlie I see his infectious smile and I remember the little toddler chasing his big brother, and watching the little boy grow into a young man over the years as he watched over his little sisters at the Family Christmas Party...Charlie was full of fun, energy and a love for sports, his friends and most of all his beautiful family...Love you forever Charlie and may you all find some comfort and peace in knowing how much this wonderful young man touched the hearts of so many people.
Cousin Betn
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