Anthony John Fagiano

Meridian, Idaho


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Anthony "Tony" John Fagiano1932 ~ 2014Anthony "Tony" John Fagiano passed away November 29, 2014 surrounded by his loving family. Tony was born June 18, 1932 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Tony honorably served in the U.S. Air Force and proudly served as a Military Secretary to the General in Command...

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Each of us move through this journey of life full of challenges and triumphs, yet few us are blessed to have belonged to such a wonderful extended family. My uncle Tony was truly a remarkable man, who loved his family beyond words. His sense of humor brought us many smiles and his compassion and generosity was what made him who he was, an amazing man who we all truly loved and miss. With your passing from this world we now face a void, but I know your spirit will continue to watch over us...

Dear Fagiano Family,

I was sad to hear of Tony's passing. I worked with Tony when he was Director of the Dept. of Insurance and appreciate the start he gave me in my career. Tony was a fair, tough, and respected leader and I enjoyed learning from him and have some great memories. I'm sorry for your loss. With sympathy, John Holt

A lot of my favorite memories from childhood are the numerous visits Tony and Ann made to Albuquerque, and his Saturday calls to my Grandma and Grandpa Alarid.
You are all in my thoughts and prayers...

Ann and family, I have thought of you often. Especially the many friday nights Steve and I had dinner which was always home made pizza and alliole, then we played cards. I will remember the laughter and always have a place in my heart for this family.

Our sincere condolences to the Fagiano family on the loss of their beloved patriarch. Mr. Fagiano can rest peacefully in heaven knowing he left a legacy of love, family and togetherness to those who cherished him.

Though I never met you personally, I greatly admire your legacy. The only lasting thing we leave here on earth are our children, and yours are a fantastic testament to your character and example to all. May your reward in Heaven be peace. Tom and Carol Fry, Horseshoe Bend, Idaho.

When I heard the news about my Uncle Tony, I immediately thought he is with my dad, his brother. When I was younger I remember when Uncle Tony would call my dad. I remember the love I heard in my dads voice while he was talking to his brother. True brotherly love!!! They are now together again. Rest in peace Uncle Tony.
With love to my family,

Tony was the sweetest gentleman. It was an honor to know him. I will miss him greatly. My deepest sympathy to the entire Fagiano Family.

We are so happy we had the opportunity to meet him and visit with him. Our hearts are heavy with the loss of a family member. From Our house to yours, sending Our love, today and always. Peace be with you.RIP Tony.

Clyde & Barbra Friesen