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March 01, 2015

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September 19, 2014
I remember tony from Driftwood Day cAMP. Great guy
May 9, 2014
I will never forget how wonderfulTony was to my mother, Katie, and my whole family for that matter! He was always like an older brother to us all. I miss him!
May 9, 2014
Beautifully said, Bob. I did not know that Marty had an interest in baseball and that he supported Tony by attending the games. Thanks for the memory
May 8, 2014
Tony, being my older brother, taught me a lot of things when we were growing up... He was a great teacher and motivator... Brother Tony, coached me and taught me the game he loved the most... baseball. His love for baseball came from our father, Matthew, who never missed a baseball game Tony played in. Matthew also listened to the Dodgers on a portable radio as he watched Tony play... Mathew was the ultimate "Multi Tasker" when it came to being a baseball fan. I know Tony is looking down upon us and urging us to be our better selves... and to dream lofty dreams...
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