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July 19, 2018

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August 13, 2017
I met Tony at the chapel while we were stationed in Bangkok. He was a dear friend. Our family is deeply sadened by his death. He was great with our two young sons, just 3 and 5 years old. You always knew when Father I was around because his laughter filled the room. I also had the pleasure of meeting his sister Georgianne. My condolences to her and her family.
May 22, 2017
I met Toni Imberi at Camp Casey, Korea in 1979. He helped me through a very difficult time. I attended daily mass with him and he provided great support, wisdom and friendship.

I reconnected with him in 1986 at a celebratory mass in his honor and rekindled a great friendship. I was able to connect him to some American military senior leaders and he went on to provide his superb ministry to the Army in Panama.

Fr. Imberi was a special soul who made a tremendous difference in the lives of the Soldiers and Families he served at all levels of the Army Family.

I am a better person because of Fr. Anthony Imberi. May he never be forgotten. May God bless him for his glorious work while on this earth. He is loved and missed!
August 29, 2016
I am so sorry for your loss. I hope Jer. 29: 11,12 brings you some comfort during this difficult time.
August 28, 2016
I knew Fr Imberi when he was the U.S. Army Command Chaplain in Panama from 1991 - 1993. He was a warm and insightful man who made a profound difference on my life and the lives of my family. He gave me the benefit of his wisdom that stayed with me ever since. He loved children and my children loved him in return. Who could ask for more. He was known to my children as Father You because my youngest daughter, who was 2 at the time, couldn't say Imberi. So he just told her to call him Father I. My daughter thought that meant to call him Father You and it stuck ever since. I think it was a great amusement to him as well. I was always impressed by his devotion to his community, to the church and to God. He is a very special person and I am confident God will take good care of him. I will miss him.

Michael Case
Colonel, Retired
U.S. Army