Anthony Angelo Cavestri

Pleasanton, California

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Sincerest Condolences from all of the volunteers at the 493rd BG Museum Debach, Suffolk, England

I'm so sorry to hear of Tonys passing. He was a soft spoken and kind man. He and Marge ( the cake lady) loved to talk about the grandkids and their visits . I will remember them with a smile. My condolences to the family.

Thank you for your service, Sir, to our U.S. Military, to our country and our community. Your son Bruce's eulogy was deeply moving. It was my privilege to honor you with our VFW/AL Post 6298. My father is 90 WWII Army Vet and so I offer my most deepest condolences to your family and friends.
-From LAVFW to Post 6298, Pleasanton Military Famililes Member, US Coast Guard Mom

Tony was a great person and taught me great work ethics in my early years with the City of Pleasanton,I looked up to him and will miss him...

Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.


Anthony's Obituary

Anthony Angelo CavestriNov. 29, 1923 - Nov. 11, 2013Resident of PleasantonNative and lifelong resident of Pleasanton, Anthony Angelo Cavestri passed away early Veteran's Day morning November 11, 2013."Tony" was born in Pleasanton on November 29, 1923. He attended local schools and was a...

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