Family and Friends Remember Bobby Viglianco, Owner/Operator of North Pole Ice Co.

By Connect Clarksburg Staff | April 21, 2018
Robert M. “Bobby” Viglianco, 61, of Nutter Fort, WV, passed away on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at his home.
Mr. Viglianco was the second generation of the Viglianco family to own and operate the North Pole Ice Company located in Clarksburg.
He was born in Clarksburg on August 25, 1956, a son of the late William A. Viglianco Sr. and Pauline “Prissy” Erdman Viglianco.
Bobby is survived by his four children: Erica Lynne Viglianco and companion Luke Rollins of Clarksburg, Nicole Romano and husband Matthew of Nutter Fort, Aaron Viglianco of Clarksburg, and William Anthony Viglianco of Nutter Fort; three brothers and three sisters: William A. Viglianco Jr., Eric Viglianco and wife Robyn, and Christopher Viglianco all of Clarksburg; Luisa “PZ” Parker of Clarksburg, Suzette Wagner and husband Lenny of Bridgeport, and Beatrice Viglianco of Stonewood; four grandchildren: Madeline Morgan, Noah Brown, Darrian Romano, and Olivia Romano; aunt, Mayme Dembecki of Naples, Fl; his former wife and friend, Pamela Viglianco of Nutter Fort; and his former mother-in-law who was like a mother as well, Joanne Strader of Nutter Fort. Also surviving are several nieces, nephews, and cousins.
In addition to his parents Robert was preceded in death by one brother, Marcus C. Viglianco.
Mr. Viglianco was Catholic by faith and graduated from Notre Dame High School. He was owner and operator of North Pole Ice in Clarksburg, a long standing family business. Bobby also enjoyed building houses. He loved his family and vacationing with them, especially trips to Florida. Bobby also liked taking trips to the Meadows and Atlantic City with family and friends.
Family were received at the Davis-Weaver Funeral Home 329 E. Main Street Clarksburg, WV, on Friday, April 20, 2018. Catholic Funeral Rites were conducted at the funeral home on Saturday, April 21, 2018 at 11am with Father Kent Durig presiding. Cremation services followed. 

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