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Anthony D’Angelo

Anthony D’Angelo


The world mourns the loss of another Canadian Hero. Anthony (Tony) D’Angelo left us this past June 10th at the age of 99 and a 1/4. He fought in WWII for us and asked for nothing in return. He gave much and took little. He was both strong and broken and chose to never give up until his last breath.

He will live, forever, in the hearts of his family and friends and will be deeply missed by his surviving nieces, Jeannie, Sylvia and Marlene, his grand-nephew Jason and his caregiver/partner in crime, Lydia,

We love you and thank you Tony.

Rest in peace. Your fight is over.

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  • Lydia Verbeek -

    There are those people you meet and never forget. Tony is for me one of those people.
    “He gave much and took little”. He contributed in freeing my home country (the Netherlands) from occupation. Because of that I grew up in a free country.
    He instead came back from that experience as a broken man.

    I am so grateful that I had the opportunity to give back to him. As his friend and companion we shared many, many happy hours together.
    Thank you Tony for trusting me and sharing with me the good and the bad that life has given you. Yes, “Rest in Peace. Your fight is finally over”.
    I do miss you very much. Your friend Lydia

  • Bruce& Sylvia Thompson -

    No one will ever replace your beautiful smile! Your sister our Mom. Is waiting for you !Your family is now complete !We will all be together love you Uncle Tony miss you Sylvia & Bruce

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