Vincent Albert Ciabattoni

Vincent Albert Ciabattoni, 83, of Texas City, passed away May 28, 2022 in Webster. He was born July 29, 1938, in Corona Long Island, New York to Vincent C. Ciabattoni and Rena Marie Micheletti.  Vincent served in the United States Air Force and was an Insulator for Asbestos Workers Local 22. He was co-owner Wilkerson Supply Company, a 4th degree Knights of Columbus and Former Past Grand Knight. Vincent and Carolyn were married for 64 years and lived most of their lives in Texas City, raising three wonderful children. Vinnie was an avid golfer and enjoyed fishing with family and friends.    He is preceded in death by his parents, a son: Michael A. Ciabattoni , a daughter Alicia Biela; three brothers: Jesse Ciabattoni Sr. (Stella) , Robert Ciabattoni, Gerald Ciabattoni and two sisters,  Madeline Jennings (Bart)  and Norma Brown.  Vincent is survived by his wife Carolyn Ciabattoni; a son, Tony Ciabattoni (Lisa); a Bonus Daughter, Mihoko Nakagawa; daughter-in-law, Pam Ciabattoni; a sister, Dawn Ryan (Tim); two sisters-in-laws: Linda Ciabattoni and Debbie Ciabattoni; a brother, Albert Boatman (Dee); seven grandchildren: Lee Biela, Scott Biela, Jennifer Pierce, Jonathan Ciabattoni, Jeffrey Ciabattoni, Shelby Ciabattoni, and Vincent Ciabattoni  and seven great grandchildren.  A visitation will be held from 6:00pm to 7:00pm Tuesday May 31, 2022 at James Crowder Funeral Home, La Marque, with a Vigil Service at 7:00pm, with Deacon John Carrillo officiating.  A service will be held at 10:00am Wednesday, June 1, 2022 at St Mary of the Miraculous Medal Catholic Church, with Father Clint Ressler officiating. Interment will follow at Galveston Memorial Park Cemetery, Hitchcock.  Pallbearers will be Jonathan Ciabattoni, Jeffrey Ciabattoni, Kade Pierce, Scott Biela, Joe Packard, and Billy Perskey. Memorials may be made to St, Jude Hospital and the Wounded Warrior Program.


  1. So sorry to hear this about my friend. Sending prayers for him and the family. Will miss him on the Golf Course.
    God Bless

    Daryl K Stewart
  2. Carolyn ,and Family,
    Our Love and prays are with you all,
    We will never forget the time we got of the plane and Albert said how will I know Vinny and I looked around the corner and seen how very much they look a like. I had finally after so many years found my brother. To soon your gone and I feel alone I will always miss my brother. Vinny I didn’t get a chance to make up for all the lost time I can’t explain how very much I love you and will miss you. Your brother Albert & Dee

    Albert & Dee Boatman
  3. My uncle Vinny is a good man, I love him and he will be missed. Time goes by quickly and sometimes take time we have for granted. I haven’t seen Vinny and Carolyn in a few years. I am grateful I hugged them both and told them I love them.
    My thoughts are with Carolyn and family. Allow your faith to see you through, until you are reunited.

    I love you Carolyn.

    Ernie J. Smith

    Ernie Smith
  4. This morning a thought crossed my mind, Vinny and Billy golfing at a place even more beautiful than pebble Beach and on the most beautiful day in heaven. I love you Carolyn.

    Connie Biela

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