Anthony Derby Death – Anthony Derby, who had lived in Hudson his entire life and was beloved by his family and friends, passed away suddenly at his home on Saturday. His passing came as a shock to everyone. He was the cherished son of Christine (Maue) Derby of Hudson, New York, and the late James B. Derby, and was born on October 30. His father passed away.
Emerson Hospital in Concord, Massachusetts was the location of his birth. Anthony is a talented athlete who made his name early in his career in the sport of hockey, which he started playing when he was very young and quickly became an expert in. He participated in the men’s hockey league at the Marlborough New England Sports Center, as well as the Hudson Youth Dek Hockey League, the Westborough Starhawks Youth Hockey club, and the Central Mass Outlaws travel squad.
His father was a coach for the Westborough Starhawks Youth Hockey club. In addition, Anthony began playing on the varsity hockey team when he was in the eighth grade. During his final year of high school at Hudson, where he received his diploma in 2009, Anthony was honored with the role of team captain. Many NASCAR races have been held at Pocono Raceway, and he has attended them with his father, his uncles, and other friends and family members. Anthony valued being able to spend time in nature.
He camped in the Berkshires, hiked in the White Mountains near Lincoln, New Hampshire, and fished on Lake Boon and Lake Winnipesauke, among other bodies of water, for many hours over the course of his life. Anthony will be remembered for his contagious enthusiasm for the game, in addition to his passion for driving fast cars, which will also be mentioned.
He had a lot of fun riding motorbikes, dirt bikes, and various other types of vehicles with his buddies and his father. He was a self-taught amateur mechanic who always did his own maintenance and repairs on his vehicles. He did all of these things on his own.