June 9, 1950 ~ April 16, 2022

Services

Visitation: April 20, 2022 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A
MILLER PLACE, NY 11764


Visitation: April 21, 2022 2:00 - 4:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A
MILLER PLACE, NY 11764


Visitation: April 21, 2022 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A
MILLER PLACE, NY 11764


Mass: April 22, 2022 11:30 am

St. Louis de Montfort R.C. Church
75 New York Avenue
SOUND BEACH, NY 11789


Entombment: April 22, 2022 1:15 pm

Pinelawn Memorial Park
2030 Wellwood Avenue
FARMINGDALE, NY 11735


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  1. candleTony,
    We’ve had great times over the 40 plus years of our friendship. I will miss you my dear friend. Until we meet again. Love you!!.

  2. A great man (and cook!) who will be very missed by all who knew him! Thoughts and prayers during this difficult time to you Marie, Marissa, Diana and Gina. Wish I could be there in person to pay my respects.

  3. Dear Marie, Gina, Marissa, Dianna & family,
    Please accept our deepest condolences for your family’s loss of sweet Tony. He was a loving friend and family man who will always remain in the minds, hearts and prayers of those who were fortunate to know him. We treasure the milestones our children crossed together as well as our fond personal memories of love and laughter from years gone by in your Bohemia home. We will continue to keep Tony and your family in our daily prayers.
    Much love,
    Maureen & Tom Felicciardi

  4. candleDear Tony,
    You always said to me “I know you showed it to me before but could you show it to me again” I didn’t mind showing it to you again because you had the biggest heart, you will be missed. Maureen Del Monico SJC

  5. So sorry to hear of Tony’s passing. I knew Tony from the 16 years he taught at St. Joseph’s. He would always stop in my office to say hello and catch up. He always spoke about his family, he loved them so much. He was a kind, gentle person. He will be missed.

  6. I was so sorry to hear this and I know you will be missed. You were so kind and patient with the children you taught. You always made us laugh. Be at peace my friend.

  7. candleDear Marie, Gina, Marissa, Dianna, sons in-law and beautiful grandchildren,
    My heart was so sad today when I heard of Tony’s passing. Please accept my deepest sympathy for your profound loss of an extraordinary man, loving husband, father, and grandfather. He loved you all so much and was so proud of you. I know first hand. because Tony shared stories and pictures of every milestone and special event in the family, weddings, holidays, vacations etc. I still have copies of some of his favorite pictures on my desk to prove it! His children and grandchildren’s pictures were up on my office cabinet door with my own! I remember fondly Tony’s weekly visits (stop by on his way to class). He would drop his brief case, bags, drink etc. on or next to my desk and then proceed to visit with everyone in the Child Study wing before he went to class. Tony’s friendly disposition, kind, gentle, patient and generous heart made everyone smile. His delicious baking did the same. Moreover, Tony was our own SJC Child Study social director. He loved planning occasional get-togethers with his colleagues/supervisors and staff on Thurs. evenings after student teaching seminar. I just wish that there could have been one more lunch or dinner at Mama Lombardi’s to share a few laughs and maybe some tears. May Tony rest in eternal peace and may all your beautiful, happy memories be a comfort to you in his absence and bring you peace in the difficult days ahead. God bless.
    With sympathy, love and prayers,
    Barbara

  8. Gina and family, sending my deepest sympathy! May God comfort you during this time. May memories begin to heal your hearts. My prayers are with you!

  9. We worked at William Floyd Elementary with Tony and were so sad to hear of his passing. Tony was a sweet, lovely man with a terrific sense of humor. Within minutes of talking to Tony, you knew his family meant EVERYTHING to him. He really is the last of the true gentleman. Rest In Peace, Tony, and remember to sharing your cooking with your fellow angels.

  10. Soooo sorry for the loss of your amazing husband and dad. He will be missed by so many. May he Rest In Peace and join Noel and Joe with the highest ministries. 💙😇💙

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