antoniocolacicco
Greece: Wednesday, October 3, 2012. Predeceased by his brother, Gabriele; sister, Rosenella; and his first wife, Judy Colacicco. Survived by his loving wife, Christine Colacicco; daughters, Lori (Jerry) Hill, Lisa Infantino, Terri (Mike) Parthum, Rita Johnson, Lisa (Mark) Piazza; 11 grandchildren; sister, Bambina Fabrizio; many nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. Friends may call Friday (Oct 5th) 4-7 PM at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home 1075 Long Pond Road. His Committal Service will be held Saturday 9:00 AM at the All Saint Mausoleum, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

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  1. Tony, it was a pleasure and a privledge caring for you in your last weeks. Knowing you and your family has been such a blessing to me! May you now rest in peace with no pain or suffering and know your dear Christine will be taken care of! With love always!

  2. We will miss you very much! You were alway a joy to be around and such a funny man that made alot of people very happy. Rest in peace.

  3. I’m deeply saddened that Uncle Tony is gone. He will be sorely missed. He started Frank on his road to being a successful business man and contractor which changed our life. Uncle Tony, I will always be grateful for all you’ve ever done for us and will always miss your smiling face. Love always, Patricia ( Rizzo )

  4. Lori & Lisa, I’m so sorry to hear of Uncle Tony’s passing. My memories of him are all fond. He taught me how to swim and his laughter I still can see and hear. His life touched us all. Sending my love and prayers, Cousin Debbie ( Rizzo ) Viele.

  5. My Mom & I were just talking about Christmas cards and I was thinking how I have lost track of Lori over the years. I started searching Facebook and discovered this obitutary for Lori’s Dad. I’d like to send you my deepest sympathy at his loss. Your Dad was a wonderful man, so kind and generous to us years ago when we were in Med Tech school. My thoughts and prayers are with you as you struggle with this loss.

    Lisa Valle O’Flynn

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