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Anthony James Perrone

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Anthony James Perrone In Memoriam
Anthony James Perrone

In memory of our loving Anthony James Perrone, 33, of Toms River, who passed peacefully on Sunday, December 24, 2017.

Anthony was born in Toms River on September 2, 1984. He graduated from Toms River High School North in 2003. Anthony went on to fulfill his dream of becoming a tractor trailer driver just as his late father was. He was so proud of that and trucking was his life. Anthony was employed by Tremarco Brother's Scrap Metal Trucking in Toms River and loved the fact that he drove over the road. His previous employers were Accurate Towing and Felton Trucking.

Anthony had a heart of gold and a wicked sense of humor that would always have everyone in tears from laughing. Anthony's true love was the love he had for his son. He was a kind loving father, son, brother, grandson, nephew and cousin. He adored his family.

Anthony was predeceased by his father Christopher James Perrone in 1994. Anthony is survived by his son, Anthony John Perrone, 8 years old of Barnegat, NJ along with his son's mom, Stacy Herczeg, whom was always a great support to him. Anthony is survived by his mother, Rita Ruzzo Bryant of Toms River, his step-father, Joseph Bryant, his three siblings whom he adored to no end, Christopher Nicholas Perrone of Asbury Park, Joseph Bryant of Toms River and Fallon Perrone of Manahawkin.

Anthony leaves behind his loving and supportive grandparents, Elsa Ruzzo of Whiting, NJ and Phil Ruzzo of Manchester. Surviving also are many truly amazing aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. Anthony will always be in our hearts and we just take comfort in knowing he is reunited with his father and many of his friends he has lost over the years.

Our family extends much gratitude for all family and friends whom came out to show their love for Anthony, whether you attended his services or offered a kind word or hug. Donations can be made for his son's future education fund in the name of the family. Anthony is now pulling that Jake Brake in heaven with his Dad.

Your Loving Family
Published in Asbury Park Press on Jan. 3, 2018
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