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Anthony F. Scarpitto

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- Mr. Anthony Francis Scarpitto, 64, of Rand Street, died Saturday morning, Dec. 31, 2005, at the home of his former wife, Elizabeth Sinclair, on Commercial Street, Adams.

He was born in North Adams on March 29, 1941, a son of the late James Scarpitto and Wand Sudacki Scarpitto. He attended schools in North Adams and graduated from the Drury High School with the class of 1959.

Mr. Scarpitto was a veteran of the U.S. Navy and served on the USS Shenandoah from Sept. 23, 1959 until his honorable discharge on Sept. 20, 1963.

Mr. Scarpitto was employed by the former Arnold Print Works in Adams. He also was self-employed as a painter and was employed by Ransford Properties in North Adams.

He was a communicant of St. Anthony of Pradua Church. He was a member of the Frank R. Stiles Post No. 125 American Legion in North Adams. He enjoyed painting, playing cards and playing with his cat, Whiner.

Survivors include two sons, James A. Scarpitto and his wife, Kerry, of Pittsfield and Eric S. Scarpitto, and his wife, Michelle, of Adams; one daughter, Carrie Watts and her husband, Richard of Mercer, Wisc.; eight grandchildren, Leighanne, Nicholas, Meghan, Austin, Tristan and Evan Anthony Scarpitto and Searle and Erica Watts; one sister, Jean Atwood of Rowe; his former wife, Elizabeth J. Sinclair of Adams; nieces, nephews and cousins; and his cat, Whiner. A sister Louis “Tootsie” Cardimino is deceased.

The funeral for Anthony Scarpitto will be held Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2006, at 7 p.m. at Flynn & Dagnoli-Montagna Home for Funerals Central Chapels, 74 Marshall St., North Adams. Burial is private. Calling hours are Wednesday from 5 to 7 p.m. at the funeral home. Donations can be made to the American Cancer Society in care of the funeral home.
Published in Bennington Banner on Jan. 2, 2006
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