Anthony -Albano-Obituary

Anthony A. "Tony" Albano

Oct 7, 1949 - Jun 26, 2011

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The laughs, jokes, smiles and all the good times we had with Tony will keep him in our hearts and minds forever. He will truly be missed.
Veronica & Jim Powers

We were so sorry to hear of your loss. The thoughts of many are with you at this time of sorrow.

My condolences to Lisa and the family in the loss of a true gentleman and classy guy Tony.

We light a candle in Tony's memory.
Lisa, We're so sorry for your loss.

As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

Words can not express our feelimgs
I have lost the brother I never had
You will always be missed & loved by both of us

Dear Friend

When in these sessions of gratifying silent thought

I think of the past,

And I sorrowfully remember

that I wasted the best years of my life:

For dear friends now hid in death's unending night,

And cry again over woes that were long since healed,

And lament the loss of many things

that I have seen and loved:


I am so sorry for your loss. It's never easy to say goodbye to those that are close to us.

(Mikayla's Kindergarten Teacher)

Words will never express the sorrow we feel on the loss of your husband and friend. Tony was a wonderful person--always there when you needed him--called everyday after my surgery to see "how I was doing". He will be sorely miss by all who knew and loved him.
Eddie Vick and Dee Summers


Anthony 's Obituary

Salem…..Anthony L. "Tony" Albano, age 61, husband of Lisa Mae (Pitman) Albano of Salem died Sunday June 26, 2011 in the North Shore Medical Center.Born in Peabody the son of Anthony Albano of Peabody and the late Pauline E. (Levesque) Albano he was raised by his mother and his step...

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