Anthony Tonelli Death, Obituary – We are deeply sorry to inform you of the demise of Sgt. Anthony R. Tonelli #4496 of the 106th Class. It is with a heavy heart that we do so. We ask his family and friends to kindly accept our deepest condolences in this time of loss.
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While working in his bakery, which was situated at 816 Washington Avenue, Tony could frequently be seen puffing on a cigar. He would always greet customers with “good morning” and “how you doin’,” and he would provide a grin or a hug to the customers he considered to be his favorites.
He would always greet customers with “good morning” and “how you doin’.” His unparalleled level of generosity was proven by the fact that he gave to a wide range of organizations, particularly those whose major focus was on the well-being of children.
He would always greet customers with “good morning” and “how you doin’.” He would go to any length and do all in his power to help those around him who were in desperate need of aid. The days he spent with his family, whom he adored immensely, were the ones he treasured the most.
During these events, there was typically a big bowl of red mussels on the table, and Frank Sinatra would play in the background, serving as the soundtrack to our life. He placed a high value on the time spent with his family. A fan of many things, including but not limited to the following: music, reading, traveling, and automobiles; yelling and cheering at Eagles games and Villanova basketball games; spending Christmas in Disney World. A wonderful spouse and father, as well as a doting Pop, Poppy, and Papa to his grandkids.