In Memory of



Obituary for Brian Carucci

Brian Craig Carucci of Canton, CT, born August 23, 1967 in Hartford, CT, son of Teresa Carucci and the late Craig Carucci, was enjoying a great day at work when he suddenly became gravely ill and passed away on November 4, 2022. He grew up in West Hartford and was a graduate of Hall High School.

Besides his loving wife, Joanne and his mother, he leaves his daughters, Amanda and Reagan, his siblings, Karen Roncaioli and her husband Ron of Rocky Hill, Kevin Carucci and his wife Colleen of West Hartford, Robert Carucci and his wife Kara of Windsor, and Maryanne Bourdier and her husband Junior, of Rocky Hill; his sister-in-law, Jennifer Cabanero and her husband Levyn, of Alabama, his mother-in-law, Elizabeth Tolan, of Canada, several aunts and uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, special friends, Paul Marques and Alissa Barrow, and the poker guys, Marc, John, and Frank, and many friends too many to name. He loved his special predeceased pets: snake, ferret, Puddles, Mishka, Kodak, Rigby, and at home, Perla and Obsidian will miss him so much!

Brian worked as a carpenter and timber framer for over 30 years with Four Square Post & Beam, and most recently TR Woodcrafts. He was most proud of his family and always participated in his girls’ activities and attended most school events such as the Ellis Island simulation. He was a cheerleading coach for his girls’ squads, including all competitions. He was the photographer for many years at the Girl Scouts Father/Daughter dances. He was a very talented photographer and was often seen with a camera bag and shooting exceptional pictures of family, friends, and nature. This last month was probably his happiest because he had started a job he loved, building custom furniture and works of art with a very special work crew.

Brian was fun-loving, would give you the shirt off his back and he will be deeply missed by so many.

Services will be held at the Vincent Funeral Home, 120 Albany Turnpike in Canton on Friday, November 11th with calling hours being held from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM, closing with a Celebration of Life at 6:00 PM.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Wounded Warrior Project.

A GoFundMe page has been established for his girls’ college funds which can be visitited by Clicking Here