In memory of
Anthony Peter Coppolino
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In memory of
Anthony Peter Coppolino
Anthony Peter Coppolino, 72 Inventive gardener, music enthusiast, movie aficionado Native Staten Islander Anthony Peter Coppolino passed away at his home in Santa Cruz, Calif., on Sept. 1, 2019, at the age of 72. He earned a bachelor of science degree in Chemistry at Pratt Institute in 1967, and his Ph.D. at the U.C. Santa Cruz. After working two decades in computer systems and living as a resident of Ridgewood, N.J., Anthony returned with his family to Santa Cruz. There, he developed a green thumb, becoming an active member of the Rare Fruit Tree Growers Association - California chapter, and maintained a home garden of various fruit trees, vegetables and herbs. Blessed with a highly intelligent, resourceful, and inventive mind, he enjoyed exploring abstract concepts, theorizing, experimenting in horticulture, and playing with ideas in economics as natural science. He was a fan of Art Nouveau, was a music enthusiast, and enjoyed watching classic movies. In his final years, he became a vegetarian, practiced meditation, and studied plant medicine. Anthony was the son of the late John Coppolino. He is survived by his spouse, Lorraine; children, Marcel, Liliane, and Clarice; mother, Sadie, and brother, Steven.
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In memory of
Anthony Peter Coppolino
Anthony Peter Coppolino, 72 Inventive gardener, music enthusiast, movie aficionado Native Staten Islander Anthony Peter Coppolino passed away at his home in Santa Cruz, Calif., on Sept. 1, 2019, at the age of 72. He earned a bachelor of science degree in Chemistry at Pratt Institute in 1967, and his Ph.D. at the U.C. Santa Cruz. After working two decades in computer systems and living as a resident of Ridgewood, N.J., Anthony returned with his family to Santa Cruz. There, he developed a green thumb, becoming an active member of the Rare Fruit Tree Growers Association - California chapter, and maintained a home garden of various fruit trees, vegetables and herbs. Blessed with a highly intelligent, resourceful, and inventive mind, he enjoyed exploring abstract concepts, theorizing, experimenting in horticulture, and playing with ideas in economics as natural science. He was a fan of Art Nouveau, was a music enthusiast, and enjoyed watching classic movies. In his final years, he became a vegetarian, practiced meditation, and studied plant medicine. Anthony was the son of the late John Coppolino. He is survived by his spouse, Lorraine; children, Marcel, Liliane, and Clarice; mother, Sadie, and brother, Steven.
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