Antonio AVOLIO

West Seneca, New York

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Tony was a good friend and great barber...he'll be missed. My condolences to his wife and family. Mark L.

Carlo, Nancy & Family,

My most heartfelt sympathy in the passing of your father. I tried to get to the service in person to give my condolences but was unable to make it. You are all in my prayers.

With kindest regards.

I love and miss you so much. I'll never forget every time I saw you, you would yell to me "Hey, Gumba!!" You were such an amazing grandpa to me and I will never forget any of the stories you have told me, great times and laughs we shared together. Italy, Mexico, Florida, family dinners, birthday's, holiday's, having dessert and coffee together every week and so many more! Me and you always loved singing the italian song "Ay cumpari". I will never forget...

Love you, Papa!

My sincere condolences to the entire Avolio Family. Mr. Avolio was always kind and warm and I will miss his visits. He always made time to inquire about the well being of my parents. I am so sorry for the loss of this sweet, loving man...

Zia Maria & family,

Those we love don't go away,
They walk beside us every day,
Unseen, unheard, but always near,
Still loved, still missed and very dear.

Extending my deepest sympathy for you in your loss.

Love always,

Words can't even explain how much i will miss you. You were the best grandpa to me my entire life and im so lucky for that. I'll never forgot all the great memories like our yearly visits to Florida to see you and grandma. I will especially miss my wednesdays having lunch with you and grandma too. I miss you and i love you so much.


Our Condolences to you and your family. I was very sorry to hear your loss. May god bless your family.
Kindest Regards


Sorry to hear about your father.

I am going to miss talking to your father every winter down here in South Florida.

Buddy and Jean Hoover


Antonio's Obituary

Antonio AVOLIO passed away in West Seneca, New York. Funeral Home Services for Antonio are being provided by James W. Cannan Funeral Home, Inc.. The obituary was featured in Buffalo News on February 5, 2014.