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Anthony C. Anziano

West Springfield, Massachusetts

May 18, 1958 – Feb 6, 2019 (Age 60)


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Curran-Jones Funeral Home - West Springfield Obituary

Anthony C. Anziano

1958 – 2019


West Springfield – Anthony C. Anziano, 60, born on May 18, 1958 passed away peacefully on Wednesday, February 6, 2019 after a brave fight with brain cancer.  He lived in West Springfield most of his life and graduated from West Springfield High School.  Tony attended art school in New York City.  He loved the city life and lived there for a few years.  Tony then worked at MassMutual for 22 years.  He was a great sketcher and loved comic books, music and movies.  Most of all, he was a huge fan of Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley.  Tony had the best sense of humor and made us laugh until the end while enjoying his peanut butter & Fluff sandwiches.  He leaves his beloved father Anthony Anziano and was a predeceased by his mother Phyllis Anziano.  Tony loved his family and will be deeply missed by his favorite aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and neighbors, as well as his dog “Randy”.  A private funeral will be held Monday at the West Springfield Curran-Jones Funeral Home followed by burial in St. Thomas Cemetery.  For more details please visit  Memorial contributions may be made to Baystate Hospice. 

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We are so sorry about the passing of Anthony.I always got a wave when he passed me on Morton St. while I was walking our dog.May you rest in peace.

Tony, I am very sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathy.

Tony, My heart goes out to you and your family. You took care of young Tony with all your love and devotion. He is now at peace in heaven with his mother.

I remember working with Tony at MassMutual. His sense of humor made some of my bad days bearable and his unsolicited generosity a gift from his big heart. Blessings to the family, Rest In Peace dear friend.

Tony. We are so sorry for your loss. We only hope your great relationship with young tony gives you some comfort at thi time. Paul & jackie

Dear Mr Anziano and cousins whom he loved so much ,
I was so sad to learn of Tonys passing. He was a gift from God to me from second grade through our young adulthood. We had many adventures together from being put in the coat closet at school for talking too much, our art classes in high school where he would encourage me and others. Spending time with him in New York. Getting caught in a snow storm in West Side, we were both too afraid to drive and stayed at Howard Johnsons...

So many good memories back in the day , Tony

To all the Anziano Family,
So sorry for your loss, he is no longer suffering now. May he rest in peace. In our thoughts and prayers.
Charlie and Diane Pirnie
Gina's in-laws

My most sincere condolences to the family. Consider just one of God's many expressions of care for us: You will call me and come and pray to me, and I will listen to you. (Jeremiah 29:12) Yes, our Heavenly Father has always been willing to listen to those who humbly turn to him in prayer. May your heartfelt prayers to God bring you peace and comfort in your time of sorrow.