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July 16, 2018

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June 5, 2018
When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure. May the wonderful treasures of your beloved Anthony Fred Liscio fill your hearts with love and bring you peace. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Hosea 13:14
June 26, 2017
It wasn’t every 14-year-old boy whose paper route included a real-life Dallas Cowboy. When I’d stop by the Liscio home while out collecting along my route – these were the ’70s – and No. 72 would answer the door, I’d look up – way up – and say, “Good afternoon, Dallas Morning News …” I could count on the response: “Annette, paperboy…” Good enough (I always imagined I’d interrupted a nap following morning practice). Only recently have I come to appreciate more than Mr. Liscio’s NFL status and lineman size. In addition to his many achievements, there was devotion to family and the challenges he fought – on and off the field. On behalf of the Scolaro family – former members of the LH community and St. Pat’s – RIP, and condolences, Annette, Tony II, Michele and Michael and extended family. Thinking of you all.
June 25, 2017
Growing up across the alleyway and being friends with Michael, I can still hear that greeting of "Is that Chad of Chad and Larry Felderhoff?" My sincere condolences to you all. Having lost my mother many years ago, I understand the heartbreak of losing a beloved parent. I have only great memories of Mr. Liscio and all of your family and his passing is a tremendous loss. The thoughts and prayers of myself and the whole Felderhoff family are with you.
June 23, 2017
To Annette, Tony II, Michael and Michele
The Collett family expresses our sincere condolences for the lost of your husband and Dad. Tony was a great friend to everyone at the University of Tulsa and was one of the greatest football players that ever came out of our school. He was fun to be around and I remember Bob Junko and I taking some classes with Tony in the Spring when he came back to TU in the off-season.. One class, Human Geography, was difficult in that you were required to learn all the locations and capitals of every country in the world. Of course no one knew Italy like Tony and Junk and I would get on him for showing off in class. The Lake Highlands community has benefited because of the Liscio family and Penne and I will always be there for all of you. I walk the LH trail frequently and ran into Tony and Chester and that is when I knew he was ill.
I hugged him, kissed him and told him I loved him. I thank God for arranging that meeting. We have been lucky to know Tony and Annette Liscio and I look forward to seeing Tony again. God Bless all of you. Gary & Penne Collett