Michael S. Antosia
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ANTOSIA, MICHAEL S.
72, of Cranston, passed away on Monday, January 25, 2021 at Miriam Hospital, Providence. He was the son of the late Michael J. Antosia and is survived by his beloved wife Ann (DeQuattro) Antosia, his daughter Jennifer and her partner Eric Pollard, and his son Michael.
Mr. Antosia was a 21-year Veteran of the U.S. Army Infantry, attaining rank of Sergeant First Class before being honorably discharged. An engineer by education, Mr. Antosia was a graduate of Rhode Island College and the University of Michigan.
Due to Covid-19, his funeral service will be respectfully private. He will be interred at the Rhode Island Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Exeter, RI.
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Published in The Providence Journal on Jan. 27, 2021.
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February 2, 2021
Dear Ann, Michael and Jennifer
I am so sorry to hear of the passing Michael. I remember you all from Gladstone School. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

Deepest Sympathy,
Linda (Ferrara) Malafronte
LInda J Malafronte
Acquaintance
January 27, 2021
Ann and family,
My deepest condolences.
Michael was a great person always ready to help anyone and everyone.
He will sadly be missed.

Hugh Rossi
Hugh
Friend
January 27, 2021
Ann,
We are so sorry to hear about Mike's passing, He was a good man whom I have known since the boy scouts and the old Silver Lake gang..
RIP old friend !
Steve Verdecchia
Steven Verrdecchia
Friend
January 27, 2021
Ann,Jennifer and Michael I am so sorry for your loss. Michael was a good guy at all times. Take strength in each other and know that there are many prayers being sent to all of you.
Lorri Bellotti
Friend
January 26, 2021
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