In memory of
Anthony C. Anziano
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In memory of
Anthony C. Anziano
Anthony C. Anziano, 60, born on May 18, 1958 passed away peacefully on Wednesday, February 6, 2019 after a brave fight with brain cancer. He lived in West Springfield most of his life and graduated from West Springfield High School. Tony attended art school in New York City. He loved the city life and lived there for a few years. Tony then worked at MassMutual for 22 years. He was a great sketcher and loved comic books, music and movies. Most of all, he was a huge fan of Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley. Tony had the best sense of humor and made us laugh until the end while enjoying his peanut butter & Fluff sandwiches. He leaves his beloved father Anthony Anziano and was a predeceased by his mother Phyllis Anziano. Tony loved his family and will be deeply missed by his favorite aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and neighbors, as well as his dog “Randy”. A private funeral will be held Monday at the West Springfield Curran-Jones Funeral Home followed by burial in St. Thomas Cemetery. For more details please visit curranjones.com . Memorial contributions may be made to Baystate Hospice.
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West Springfield, MA 01089
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In memory of
Anthony C. Anziano
Anthony C. Anziano, 60, born on May 18, 1958 passed away peacefully on Wednesday, February 6, 2019 after a brave fight with brain cancer. He lived in West Springfield most of his life and graduated from West Springfield High School. Tony attended art school in New York City. He loved the city life and lived there for a few years. Tony then worked at MassMutual for 22 years. He was a great sketcher and loved comic books, music and movies. Most of all, he was a huge fan of Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley. Tony had the best sense of humor and made us laugh until the end while enjoying his peanut butter & Fluff sandwiches. He leaves his beloved father Anthony Anziano and was a predeceased by his mother Phyllis Anziano. Tony loved his family and will be deeply missed by his favorite aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and neighbors, as well as his dog “Randy”. A private funeral will be held Monday at the West Springfield Curran-Jones Funeral Home followed by burial in St. Thomas Cemetery. For more details please visit curranjones.com . Memorial contributions may be made to Baystate Hospice.
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Curran-Jones Funeral Home - West Springfield
109 Main Street
West Springfield, MA 01089
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