Rest in peace, my old friend. My sympathies, prayers and hugs are with Stacey. May God comfort you in your time of sorrow. The Stifflers, Samantha, Ivan, Joshua and Alexandria
It was my honor to be his wife and partner in crime. He will live forever in my heart and know that one day we will be reunited. I am grateful that his suffering has ended and know he's at peace at home with his mom. Tony was always a "mamma's boy" and it's comforting to know that when the time came for him to make his final journey he was able to go home to his mother's arms.
rest with God Tony....you will be missed greatly...but your in a better place now with no more pain...
AGH Hematology/Onocology Dept
My deepest sympathy to the entire family. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I know that he is bowling in heaven now.
Stacey, you know how I felt about Tony, not only was he my brother in law, but my friend. To see him sick broke my heart. I enjoyed every minutes of our talks, watching Duck Dynasty and just sitting there listening to his stories. I will also miss him greatly. So sad that the two of you had such a short time together, but. . . some people have many more years but never share the love the two of you had. You did a great job taking care of him. . . now, you must take care of You!
As a bowling buddy of Tony and his father Vince a have good memories of times teasing one another. Tony's illness upset me more than any other friend, but I feel peace now knowing he is not suffering. He handled it so well. Just like he told his doctor, you can't tell how long I have to live, only God knows he said. How true, rest in peace big guy.God bless to wife Stacey and family
The lord must have needed a doubles partner. I will always remember going away to bowling tournaments with Tony. I will also remember the courage, strength and class in which he handled his situation. It was my privlege to be his teammate, and it was a honor to be his friend.
Stacey So sorry for your loss. Teresa Mason
The Lord must have needed a doubles partner. It was a privlege to be his teammate, it was my honor to have him as a friend. I will always remember going to tournaments with him, his smile, the strength, courage and class in which he handled this terrible disease. Bowling centers all over the Greater Pgh area have lost an ambassador for the sport, and a truly great guy.
It was an honor to have bowled on the same team with Tony. You will be missed.
Stacey, My deepest condolences on Tony's passing.....I miss seeing him here at RadOnc & teasing about his Steelers coat!! He was an awesome person always made me laugh. You have great memories of him & I'll think of him everytime I think of bowling.....he's finally out of pain & with his creator.....God bless him & you!
Stacey I am so very sad to hear of Anthonys' passing and of Angies' passing only about 11 days before. Angie and I were phone buddies and had lots of laughs and crying too. Angie got her wish when she told me she wanted to die before Anthony. My deepest sympathies to you and all of the family. Cousin Victoria Impavido
We are so sorry to hear about Tony and your in our thoughts and prayers. We will always remember how he brought so much joy to our neighborhood when he decorated at Xmas.
Your neighbors Dave & Nancy
My heart goes out to Tony's family. It was truely a honor to have known him. Now when I hear thunder I know he is bowling another 300!! RIP!!!! You will be missed.
May God welcome you into His kingdom and may you be reunited with your mother, father, grandparents and uncles. Rest in peace, Anthony.
Theresa & Sam
I feel an empty spot in my heart but I know Tony is in a better place and not in pain anymore. Stacey, you have my deepest sympathies and know that you will always have a place in my family. We will never forget Tony and neither will you. Our memories will last forever and the light of those memories will never go dark. God Bless you Tony.
The bowling community has lost a friend....truly a gentle giant with a bigger heart. Thanks for a lifetime of memories.
My heart goes out to Anthony's wife and his extended family. He and I spent many hours at the Bowl-A-Rama. May you find peace during this very difficult time.
sorry to hear the passing of Anthony,we enjoyed his company at the swissvale bowl-a-rama,our thoughts and prayers are with his family.
My deepest sympathy and prayers to the family.
Very sorry for the loss of your husband
Stacey, So sorry to hear about the loss of your husband.With deepest sympathy,
Very sad to hear the passing of Tony. I was fortunate to bowl with Tony, watching, learning and eventually buying equipment from him. Rest well with the bowling Gods!
May the bowling alleys be open and waiting for you. GOD bless.
Very sorry to hear of Tony's passing, I went to h.s. with him - our prayers to his family. Chuck Caputo