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July 23, 2018

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January 27, 2018
My condolence to Carobine family. I hope you find John 3:16 comforting.
January 10, 2018
Tony was my boss, my mentor, my teacher in theater management and so much more. Along with the memorable Laura Hoffman the Queen of Box Office Management together the gave me an education no college or university could. We worked closely at Queensborough Community College's Performing Arts series from 1987 to his retirement. I started as a college student needing a job that became a career. Tony and Laura taught me the importance of knowing your Patrons.

I still remember his delight and confusion when computerization arrived and he promptly locked us out of the computer not realizing he changed the password when tinkering one night with our new toy. Oye! the hours recreating the data base, lol. My favorite was him hollering Terrrryyy, my mouse doesn't work, the fax machines not working, the printers not printing, i can't find this or that. We had many moments that were funny and stress relievers.

We often were running amok handling the many chores of running a theater like a Mom & POP business, he greeted the many patrons that he 90% new by name, dealing with the nessities of the moment. We along with John Funke the Technical Director we were a family that no task was too great to handle.

Our little office was filled with Tony's beautiful plants he had a fantastic green thumb, it was a home away from home. It made it easier working the crazy hours we all worked.

Every season on the night of big shows or celebrities the Patrons would ask if Tony was giving a presentation bouquet as it was the highlight of the night. Tony would often be caught in the curtain call and it would be quite hysterical, one time a performance was using rolling dance bars and he accidentally kicked it and it shot across the stage. Giving presentation bouquets was his kryptonite am the patrons loved it giving, him a standing ovation for all his hard work. They new belabored for months which shows to select for them to enjoy. They brought him gifts every holiday season as tokens of thanks. He was loved by them.

He was loved by many at Queensborough Community College and since his retirement missed and those that I'm still in touch with are saddened by his passing.

My deepest sympathies to all of his wonderful family he talked of often also to his dear dear friends. He touched many many lives.

I know he's have a blast with John Murphy and Laura Hoffman and all his other dear friends that went on ahead.

It was an honor and a privilege knowing him. He saw potential in a 19 year old kid that was a workaholic and had a quest for learning.

Tony I've put out the Cat. What we said when we closed up for the night.
January 8, 2018
My condolences to Tony's family. He was a wonderful man with a smile that lit up a room. I will miss you Tony and your smile. Karen I will miss seeing you @ the Manor.