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Anthony Napolitano

Anthony Napolitano passed away on July 17th, 2019 at 75 years old surrounded by loved ones at his side at Lawrence hospital in Bronxville, NY.
Anthony was born in New Rochelle, New York on August 25th, 1943.
He is predeceased by his parents Emelia Gaito and Frank Napolitano of New Rochelle, also predeceased by his loving nephews; George P Masseo Jr. of White Plains, NY and Michael Masseo of Bronxville, NY.
He is survived by his sisters; Marie Camillone of New Rochelle, And Rita and Vito Torchia of Mahopac, NY. He’s also survived by his nieces; Therese Masseo and wife Marie of New Rochelle, Eileen Masseo of White Plains, Joanne and husband James Battista of Mahopac, and Lisa and husband Suraj Schneider of Mahopac; Great nieces and nephews; Patrick Masseo, Emily Masseo, David Carrea, Thomas Masseo, Daniel Masseo, Julia Battista, and Joseph Schneider, along with dozens of loving cousins and friends, especially those of FDNY, whom he referred to as “THE BOYS”.
Anthony was a graduate of the University of Oklahoma, where he earned his master’s degree in Theatrical Arts. He went on to work many years for congressman Ogden Reid and then furthered his career by working for lieutenant governor Alfred DelBello.
Anthony joined FDNY in October of 1984 as the Revenue Manager. He was the recipient of the FDNY Fire Commissioners Award for MERITORIOUS SERVICE. He retired in January of 2006.
He spent the following years happily alongside his family and still enjoyed outings with the boys…
A Celebration of Anthony’s life will be held from 4pm – 8pm, on Friday, July 19th, at Lloyd Maxcy & Sons Beauchamp Chapel Funeral Home, 16 Shea Place – New Rochelle, NY 10805
A Funeral Mass will be held on Saturday, July 20th at 10:30am at Blessed Sacrament Church, 15 Shea Place – New Rochelle, NY
In lieu of Flowers, Memorial donations in memory of Tony can be made to the FDNY Foundation in honor of the thousands of first responders who bravely worked to rescue and treat 9/11 victims. http://www.fdnyfoundation.org/

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