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Anthony Robert DiMeo

July 18, 1943 - June 7, 2018
D'Anjolell-Barone Memorial Home
908 S. Providence Rd.
Wallingford, PA 19078
Friday 6/15, 10:00 am - 11:45 am
D'Anjolell-Barone Memorial Home
908 S. Providence Rd.
Wallingford, PA 19078
Friday 6/15, 12:00 pm

DiMeoAnthony Robert DiMeo, age 74, of Drexel Hill, formerly of South Philadelphia, on June 7, 2018.Beloved son of the late Frances and Pasquale DiMeo; devoted brother of John DiMeo (Dorothy) and Rosana Pinto (James) and loving uncle and great-uncle of many nieces and nephews.Anthony was a graduate of Temple University and a Philadelphia School TeacherContinue Reading

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Phyllis Sockwell left a message on April 26, 2019:
It can't be almost a year since you're passed Anthony. I miss your laughter so much. You were always so kind to me and as the years passed to Bill and Monica also. The world is a little sadder without you. Rest in Paradise Anthony. You have joined so many of our loved ones far too soon.
Sharon Mattei left a message on June 14, 2018:
Gentle, funny, passionate about his beliefs, animal lover, movie maven, and so much more. We will miss you, Anthony. I know you'll be with me when I watch "Scaramouch" since we didn't get a chance to watch it together as we planned. I'll never forget you, my friend. Love you,
Sharon and Gabe
Timothy A. & Deborah Dudek left a message on June 14, 2018:
Dear DiMeo and Pinto families,

My wife and I got to know Anthony when he first moved to Drexel Hill to be his mother's care provider. We got to know him very well over the years. He always spoke of family. And he was one who never tooted his own horn - he would help, care for, visit, be an advocate for so many friends and family members. A very educated person, we would have the deepest of conversations about politics (yes, I did say politics), history, sports, and any other subject we could think of. He was well read and we always shared books back and forth. A quite soul at the end, he never complained, but always asked about others. We will miss him greatly.
Debbie and Tim Dudek
Steven Giubeleo left a message on June 14, 2018:
Anthony was a great help to his cousin Carmela and Carmel.You were always there to help whoever asked you.You will truly be missed.God bless you Anthony
Gene Nardella left a message on June 14, 2018:
Dear Rosana and Johnny,

Please accept our deepest sympathy on the lost of your brother Anthony. I am sure he was a great brother to both of you and a loved uncle to all of your children and grand children. I am also sure I can speak for all of us cousins in that he truly was a one-of-kind special person. He will be missed by all of us.

The Nardella Family
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Lorraine Sfida left a message on June 14, 2018:
Tony was the kindest,sweetest,funniest man ever!! Loved by everyone! He always looked forward to the insulting cards I sent him every year on his birthday. I will always remember how much fun we had white water rafting with him. He will be missed by everyone!
Sandy Massina left a message on June 14, 2018:
I have such great memories of Tony. He always made me laugh. We always joked about him looking like Tom Selleck. He will be greatly missed. My deepest sympathies go out to your family. Sandy Massina
Robert Moore left a message on June 13, 2018:
I was in the Army National Guard with Anthony for 6 years. He never complained, was never negative, and went about his business as a gentleman. A real quiet and friendly guy.
Rose DeFinis left a message on June 13, 2018:
Dear Johnny and Rosanna:
Please accept our condolences and deepest sympathy, Anthony was a great guy we have very fond memories of him in earlier years. Know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers.
Love, Robert & Rose Golding, Rose & Vince Definis and Karen & Jim Scavuzzo.
Lucy Sanvitale left a message on June 13, 2018:
I had the great pleasure of working with Tony at Poe School in South Philly. He was always great with the students and he had a way of talking sports and explaining things to a novice sports person I am so sorry for the loss you are all going through He will be forever in my prayers
Elaine left a message on June 12, 2018:
Dear Rosana & Johnny,
We are so very sorry for Anthony's passing. We will miss him very much. He was a great cousin and fun to be with. He's at peace now.
Love, Elaine & John & family
Lena Shaw left a message on June 12, 2018:
We will miss you. Lena & Tom ❤
Danjolell Memorial Homes and Crematory left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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