Obituaries September 7, 2017

Published on: September 7, 2017

J. Frank Visicaro

J. Frank Visicaro, 89, of Sun City Center, Florida and formerly of Florham Park, N.J., passed away on August 19, 2017 surrounded by his caring family. He is survived by his loving wife of 72 years, Josephine (Zappulla); seven children, Thomas Visicaro (deceased), Cecelia Pacifico, Gaetana (Joseph) Cicarone, RoseMary Buch, Frank S. (Debbie) Visicaro, John (Johanna) Visicaro, Philip Visicaro and 20 grandchildren, plus numerous great-grandchildren.
Frank was a devoted father and family man. He was a member of SCC Knights of Columbus and past Grand Knight from Springfield, N.J. In lieu of memorials, contributions may be made to the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at A celebration of his life will be held at a later date.

Nancy C. Moseley

Nancy C. Moseley, 88, of Sun City Center, Fla., beloved mother and grandmother, passed away Monday, August 28, 2017. She joins in Heaven her infant son, Steven Douglas Moseley; husband, James Douglas Moseley; parents, Denver Dale Camp and Nellie Camp; sister, Peg Crewdson and brother-in-law, Jim Crewdson.

Survivors include daughters, Diane Moseley Clare and Beverly Moseley; grandsons, Bryce Moseley and wife, Amanda, Calieb Simmons and fiancee, Danielle Jaffey and Brandon Clare and numerous nieces and nephews.

Nancy was a graduate of the University of Kentucky where she earned a degree in home economics and met her husband. She loved designing family homes, custom cabinetry and was a talented seamstress, avid bridge player and award-winning ballroom dancer.

Graveside services were 11 a.m. Friday, September 1, 2017, at Greenwood Serenity Memorial Gardens, Montgomery, Ala. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to LifePath Hospice, Please sign the guestbook at

Charles Feil Jr.

Charles (Chuck) W. Feil Jr., passed away on August 26, 2017, in Sun City, Florida at the age of 92.

Chuck was born on October 6, 1924 in Williamsport, Pa. and moved to Washington D.C. after his service as a Sargent in the USAF during World War II. He met his wife Helen (Precious) at a local riding stable in Washington, D.C. They were married in August 1947 and started a family.

Chuck is survived by his three sons Charles, Douglas and Jeffrey; grandchildren Dylan, Michelle, Landon, Tanner and Lauren.

Chuck lived a long and loving life with his wife Helen and their three sons. He had a great sense of humor and collection of lively and worldly friendships. They were both members of the Lions Club and also worked on numerous charitable activities.

As a member of the USAF, he served as a Sargent in the South and West Pacific during World War II.  After the war, he worked as a salesman for Johns Manville Company.  Soon thereafter, he was an agent and manager for State Farm Insurance Companies when he retired in 1992.

Chuck and Helen moved to Sun City Center, Fla., in 2002 after living in Rising Sun, Md., for many years. They had a great love for boating both in the Chesapeake Bay and Tampa Bay. They both enjoyed traveling and after retirement cruised around the world with a variety of cruise lines. Helen passed away on March 8, 2013, she was 99 years old.

Chuck will always be remembered for his larger-than-life personality and selfless giving of his time to numerous charitable organizations. Chuck’s humor, practical wisdom and essence will always remain with all of us.  We will miss him dearly.

There will be a memorial service for both Charles and Helen on Friday, September 22, 2017, at 11 a.m. at the National Cremation and Burial Society, 308 College Ave. E, Ruskin, FL  33570.