Anthony J. Cicchinelli

Parker, Colorado

Oct 30, 1921 – Oct 18, 2017 (Age 95)


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95, of Parker, CO, formerly of Latham, NY, passed away peacefully on October 18, 2017. Loving Husband of 71 years to Mary. Proud Father of Dr. Lou (Dorotha) Cicchinelli of Parker. Grandpa of Lauren, Gavin, Evan and Julia. Funeral Mass and Burial in New York. See

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About 50 years ago, I met and instantly fell in love with Tony Cicchinelli and my life has never been the same since. He was a man of high character, amazing skiing skills, an infectious laugh and irresistible charm. He was a wonderful hard-working man who loved his wife, son, daughter-in-law, grandchildren and great-grandchildren in a genuine and special way. He loved life in a way we should all love it! Every time we were able to talk on the phone or see each other when I visited the area,...

Rest in peace my dear Godfather--you will be missed. Always so proud when friends asked me if I was related to that plumber up in recently as earlier this month at my Shaker High School reunion! Beneath that growl was a kind, kind heart, and a slow sure smile, he was still doing plumbing for the ladies in the neighborhood long after he was officially retired and well into his eighties.

Aunt Mary Louie Dortha and family Beth and I send our love. Uncle Tony RIP. Thanks for many memories skiing at White Face. Volleyball hunting , most of all working for you wow you were one strong man. One memorie you told me to hold a chisel to a concert wall you had a sledgehammer you said don't move. Stuff you don't for get I could go on.

So sorry to learn of Tony's passing. Can't agree more with Rick. He was one of the good guys of the greatest generation. I'm sure he's hashing everything out now with my Dad. He truly is a testament to a life well lived. Our sympathies to Mary and his family.

Chic was the toughest guy I ever met in my 68 years of living. He was a great mentor to MEN of all ages. He was Mr. No Nonsense and man could he ski, well into his 70's. To know him was to love him. I want me and my 4 sons to be just like Chic. God Bless the greatest generation.

Aunt Mary, Lou, Dorotha, Lauren, Gavin, Evan, Julia, Jordyn, Cole, Sofia, Ceil, Ray, Sal, Alex, and Family: We will remember all of the good times with Uncle Tony. We are very sorry for your loss.

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