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Carmine L. “Chuckie” Pettinicchio

Funeral Services were held privately for Carmine L. “Chuckie” Pettinicchio, who passed away on April 25th, following a courageous 2-year battle with ALS. He was 56 years of age.

Born on February 9, 1965, he is the son of the late Carmine Pettinicchio & Eileen (Desmond) Pettinicchio of Revere. He is survived by his dear brother James “Jimmy” and his wife Barbara of Revere. Dear uncle to James & Tayla Pettinicchio & great uncle to Giovanni Pettinicchio, all of Revere.

Chuckie was known as a mechanic in and around the City of Revere. He loved life and for the past 2 years he battled ALS with pride and courage and fought hard till the end of his life.

Remembrances may be made to the ALS Association – Massachusetts Chapter, 685 Canton Street, Suite 103, Norwood, MA 02062.


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  1. Ross Bankler
    Jul 13 2021

    My condolences go out to the Pettinicchio family I was saddened to find out about Chuck passing I met Chuck sometime in the late 80’s through a friend of mine he was really good person no one I know had bad thing to say about him he was a great mechanic he also had one of the fastest cars in Revere at one time he did all the work on the car I’m self and I also remember when he worked at the fence company whatever he put his mind to do he could do it and I do believe he started the phrase in Revere SUL so my heart especially goes out to Jimmy John so I’ll say this Chuck my friend rest easy it’s never goodbye it’s until we meet again

  2. Jimmy Leary
    May 6 2021

    Sorry to the Pettinicchio family for your loss, worked with Carmine in Boston at Duck tours, A master of his craft, a man of his talent will be truly missed.

  3. Mary Ann Cassell Best
    May 6 2021

    My condolences to Chuck’s family during this time, was saddened and shocked to hear of his passing. I met Chuck back in the early 90’s, he had a passion for fishing and I remember him creating beautiful fishing rods. We shared some good memories together back then. May he rest in peace and be reunited with loved ones gone before him.

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