Anthony S. Finco

Pleasanton, California

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Ms. Finco... we are very sorry for your loss. Please accept our sincere condolences to you and your family. Sincerely,
The Lizano Family (Jacob)


One of life's darkest moments is losing a parent. He sounded like a really good man from what people have written. Treasure your memories.


Tony was my first boss, at BSP Envirotech in 1977; I was 17 and green. Tony was a patient man and a fine mentor. When I prepare Tony's spaghetti sauce recipe I always hear his voice: “Contadina, Teen – you must use Contadina”. Tony's volunteer work was inspiring. He will be missed by many. I extend my sincere condolences to Barbara and the family.

We at BSP are saddened to learn of Tonys passing. He was a part of the BSP family for 40+ years and a valued friend and employee. There are many fond memories we will remember of his time with us, he was a genuine good guy. Our love goes out to Barbara and Tonys family. Rob and Julie Keeler

I am so saddened by this! Even though I have not seen my God Parents in many years I have fond childhood memories of both of them. I loved going to your house during summer vacation. You will be missed Tony. Much love to Barbara, Andy, Linda and Laura. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

We have known Tony for 45 years. Our best description of him is that he was a very good man. He always spoke with the utmost affection for his family and would tell us of all his volunteer activities. We know that many will miss this wonderful man. Heartfelt condolences to his family.

Hugs to you and April...........

Laura, We are sorry for your loss. We pray for special blessings for you and your family at this difficult time.
Fred and Linda Story

Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.


Anthony's Obituary

Anthony S. FincoJune 11, 1932-May 9, 2013Resident of DublinAnthony Stephen Finco, 80, long time resident of Dublin, CA, died peacefully at home in the early morning on May 9, 2013. The son of Anton and Anna Finco of Ironwood, Michigan (previously Gallio, Italy), he was the husband of Barbara Jean...

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