Condolence: Grew up with big Tony...played ball...ran through neighbors yards..knocked a few back...great guy...funny...big heart....sad day on the north side and for all those he befriended...my deepest condolences to Pat and Lori and to TJs wife and children...blessed to have known him...Casey
I am so very sorry to hear of Tony's passing. Although its been years since I have seen him. I remember fondly the first time I met him with Lori at the Grill and his visits to the Marriott flirtations back in the day. I remember him picking me up and hanging me up side down while everything fell out of my pockets. He was a gentile giant and was always good to me. My heart aches for you and your entire family. May you be comforted by the many memories. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
Condolence: I am so sorry to hear about Tony my heart goes out to you and your family. H e was a wonderful man. alot of great memories from the days at Lyncourt grill He was a tall man but a very gentle and kind. Love Muriel
Condolence: We are so sorry to hear of Tony’s passing. Oh those Lyncourt Grill days! Please know that prayers for you, your daughters and family are being sent to give you strength during this difficult time.
Condolence: I was one of Tony's coaches at HHS and always remember his toughness tempered with a great sense of humor. He was one of those kids that made Henninger such a great place to coach. Those kids were really like family to us and it is sad to lose a family member so early. Thanks for all you did for us and Rest in peace Tony. Coach Drypolcher
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