Charles Carmillo

Charles "Charlie" Carmillo

October 18, 2006 - June 24, 2020
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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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Posted at 06:36pm
To Charlie, on your 14th birthday,

The last time we played basketball, I asked you for a hug. For a hug, you said, I would have to win a match of "1 v. 1." If only I could, Charlie, I would make that bet with you every day. Slim as my chances are as you've grown and practiced, the chance to hold you tightly in my arms and tell you I love you, would be worth it. Even if at the last minute, as on that day, you slid out of my reach with a gentle, teasing laugh and a smile on your face.

Love, Uncle Jamie


Posted at 06:18pm
Dear Charlie,
Today is your special day ! I just had to say," Happy Birthday, Charlie ! " We all miss you terribly and find little ways to remember you everyday. Sadly, I missed shopping for gifts for you. Each day I realize there are more and more things I also miss about you too. Jamie and I tried to make today a very special day. And, we did! He wanted to go some place where we could feel a closeness to you. Well, Charlie, you are going to be surprised. We went to play basketball! Can you believe this! Jamie and I went to your favorite basket ball court in Littleton. We had to climb over the netting put in to keep people like us out, but we did it anyway. We played and played all the while talking to you, Charlie. We wanted to get fourteen baskets each to honor your birthday. Well, right off I got three baskets in a row. Yes, Charlie I did. In ten minutes, I had fifteen baskets and five minutes later I had twenty. Jamie was stunned! He said how did you do that! I told him Charlie did it, and he did. So, thanks, Charlie, for the help. Before we left, Jamie and I looked up to you Charlie and we said thanks. It was a great outing. Love, Nana

Sofia Trottier

Posted at 10:56am
I am deeply saddened by Charlie's passing. We were very close friends. We met in elementary school when I had just moved here. He walked up to me and said, " Hi, I'm Charlie. You are really funny! Let's be friends." I on the last day I would ever see him, he ran up behind me as I was leaving for the bus and he gave me a piggie back to the bus and gave me a hug. We were very close friends. Sending thoughts and prayers to your family.

Sofia Trottier, Age 13

Dotty Stumpf

Posted at 11:27am
I am so sorry to hear about Charlie. Our whole family is thinking of you with much love. Paul, I am so grateful for the beautiful tribute you wrote to and about your son. We haven't seen him for years, though I remember his playful, fun nature. Your message really spoke to who he was and who you and Amie are. It was so moving and a gift to so many of us.

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