I will really miss Tony's wit, wisdom and wisecracks. As a new attorney I remarked to him as he celebrated a milestone anniversary in the practice if law that I hoped to have a career like his. He responded, "Be careful what you wish for, kiddo!" My deepest condolences to the family and everyone whose life Tony touched.
Sorry to hear about Tony. I know my dad always enjoyed spending time with him at Lion's Club meetings. When we would go with my dad on Father-Daughter nights, we would sit with him. There was usually always a prank or two to be had at the table. Tony was never opposed to helping out a Tail Twister every now and then. He always made those evenings fun. I know that he will be missed.
Great men leave a legacy, the greatest of which is their children. Tony, our condolences to you and your family
Sending our love to all of you during this very difficult time. We're so glad we got to visit with Uncle Tony while we were in NY this past November.
There are many measures of one's life, and certainly, one's children are among the truest measures. Tony Geraci, Jr. and I grew up from kindergarten, and I knew Mr. and Mrs. Geraci through St. Michaels and many other Penn Yan groups or Penn Yan Academy. Tony Jr., I count as among my best friends through high school and college, and all the Geraci kids are great. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.