Anthony Salciccia California, Anthony Salciccia has passed away

Anthony Salciccia Obituary, Death – Alfred Station, New York was the location where the delivery took place on September 14, 1932. After a year-long struggle with lung cancer, he lost his fight and passed away on November 16, 2010. He passed away in the comfort of his own home, surrounded by the people who loved him most in the world. He is a proud recipient of the Purple Heart and served with the 1st Marine Division of the United States Marine Corps during the Korean War in the capacity of a C-1-7.

In the years leading up to the establishment of Tony & Alba’s Pizza and Pasta in 1982, the company’s founders gained experience in the field of cabinet making. An enthusiastic sports fan who is also a member of a number of different organizations, including the American Legion, the Knights of Columbus, the Elks Club, and the ICF, in addition to the C-1-7 1st Battalion Marines and the Marine Corps League Monterey Bay Detachment 711.

His brother Frank and both of his parents, Tobia and Mary Salciccia, had already passed away before he did. His devoted wife of 52 years, Rosalba Salciccia, was the one who was left behind after he passed away. Distinguished patriarch of the Salciccia children Diana (Al) Vallorz, Marina (Doug) Tilbury, Mary (Dan) Hirschnitz, and Anthony (MaryEllen). A favorite of everyone. Grandfather of Bianca, Dustin (who is married to Ashley), Nicolette, Michael, Danielle, Emily, Ryan, Eric, Anthony.

Natalie, and Dominic; great-grandfather of Devin. Beloved grandfather of Bianca, Dustin (who is married to Ashley), and Michael. In addition to being a son-in-law to Elena Iacomini, he was a devoted brother to Tom, Toby, Alfred, Richard, and Lucy Amico. He was also a member of the Amico family. In addition, his brother and sister-in-law, in addition to a large number of other relatives, will miss him terribly, and he will be greatly missed by everyone else as well.

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