Anthony Infantino
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INFANTINO

Anthony Infantino, 90 of Norword, passed away Wednesday December 30, 2015. Beloved husband of the late Elizabeth J. "Betty Jean" Infantino and father of Michael (Barbara) Infantino and Janice (Alex) Naish, dear grandfather of Christopher (Ana) Infantino, Matthew (Kathryn) Infantino, Elizabeth (Carl) Longsbrough, Anne Naish Martin, and Alex (Molly) Naish and dear great grandfather of 12. He served his country in the US Navy during WWII. He relished the achievements of his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Tony "Nino" was a funny, hardworking and sweet man who will be missed by all. Visitation Wednesday from 9:30 am until time of Funeral Mass at 10:30 am at Sacred Heart Church, 400 Nilles Rd. Fairfield, Burial to follow at Gates of Heaven Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Hospice of Southwest Ohio or Sacred Heart Church. Guestbook at www.clepperkelschfuneralhome.com



Published by The Cincinnati Enquirer on Jan. 3, 2016.
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Janice and Mike, You may not remember me, but I knew your Mother and Dad, years ago before and after my husband was in accident. My heart aches for you and thoughts and prayers are with you. I'm sorry for your loss.
Ruby Buglione, Cincinnati Ohio
January 9, 2016
Dearest Janice & "Butch,"
Rick's wife, Chris, sent me an email about your dad and I just opened it this morning.
I am so sorry for your loss. I clearly remember Nino, Betty Jean and both of you when you were little coming to your Uncle Buddy's and Aunt Wilma's.
Your parents were a couple of the sweetest and kindest people I ever knew and were always so nice to me whenever I was around them, as a child or an adult.
I was blessed to have know them.
With our deepest sympathy.
Shirley Parsons Lyttleton & family
Shirley Parsons Lyttleton
January 7, 2016
My prayers and thoughts are with you, Jan and your family at your time of loss. May he rest in peace.
Jan Schweitzer
January 5, 2016
Dear Jan, Alex and the Naish Family,
We extend our deepest sympathy to each of you at this sad time of Tony's passing. Betty and Tony were the best neighbors when we lived next door to them in West Chester - so many great memories and we still miss the "hood". May it be a consoling thought that Betty and Tony are now reunited and with family and dear friends who have gone before them.
Sincerely,
Jane Young and Bill Fultz
Liberty Township, OH
January 5, 2016
My second dad. Always fun starting our Friday night out by having Nino telling me to "stand up straight" love to all the Naish/Infantino family
Mary Clark
January 4, 2016
Jan, I am so sorry for your loss. I don't remember ever seeing your dad without a smile and I can still here his laugh. He was a wonderful man and I know he will be missed. Love and prayers to you and your family.
Mary Jo Joseph
January 4, 2016
Rest in peace, Nino, you were a great friend of our family, my prayers to you and your family. Mike Bamonte
Michael Bamonte
January 3, 2016
You were the best Dad and Papa Nino and will be missed by your entire family. We will always love you.
Jan
January 3, 2016
You were the best Dad and Papa Nino and will be missed by your entire family. We will always love you.
Jan
January 3, 2016
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