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Anthony Panarello

Saturday, November 24th, 1923 Thursday, April 23rd, 2020

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Anthony P., age 96, April 23, 2020. Beloved husband of Theresa M. (nee Capezza). Devoted father of Anthony D. (Sheran) Panarello. Loving grandfather of Anthony (Amy) and Michael (Laura), great grandfather of Anthony, Nicholas, Giovanni, Rocco, Luca, Vincenzo and Briana. Services and burial will be private. Share condolences at

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Tony Panarello

My grandfather did more for me and my brother than we probably deserved, and we owe him a lot. He was always there to help us or any family member when in need. He was a man who didn’t often compromise and I think I got that from him. He taught me a lot growing up (like asking for the cash price 😂) and I’m appreciative for having a grandparent like him. There truly is nothing he wouldn’t do for his family and he had a soft spot for me and Mike. I learned a lot from him. He taught me to cook, to work with my hands and the value of a dollar. His most famous saying when me and my brother would visit was “I love when you come visit, but love it even more when you leave.” It was great to have you as long as we did, but it was definitely your time to go. If there is an after life, I’m sure you’ve already found grandma. No need to worry about the BP meds anymore crack open a bottle of Four Roses and enjoy.
RIP Pop-Pop
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Anthony Panarello

What my dad meant to me.

Throughout my life my mom was the heart and soul of our family and gave us all the love and compassion to always fill for our lives with warmth. Her soulmate for 70 years my dad was the pillar of strength who gave me the practicalities and realities of life. He made me independent in my thoughts and deeds and taught me to be strong but yet to have empathy for those around me.

In my life as a teenager he was always there for me with solid advice that a father could give. Whenever I would go out he would always tell me you’re as close as the telephone no cell phones back then. If you need something or are in trouble call me I’ll be right there. As a grew into manhood he solidified that advice and was always there for me throughout any curveballs that life with throw my way.

I remember in the early 60s every Saturday afternoon at my house he had two men that were African-American his work friends come over and he would make them clams and macaroni’s with plenty of Piels beer. At that time it was not so “apropos” and he always taught me to treat people the way you want yourself and your family to be treated.

He was a Master carpenter who could build and make anything out of wood. Those skills were not passed on to me I can’t hammer a nail in strait.

He loved his two grandsons Tony and Michael more than anything. He always ensured they were taking care of and that I was doing my job as a dad making sure they were all right. And it did work because they are two of the finest man you would ever wanna know and continually make me feel proud to be their dad.

He loved all his great grandchildren and installed the same thoughts to me they would always be taken care of.

Those who knew my dad know that if you want a straightforward answer to any question he would give it to you whether you wanted to here it or not LOL.

There is a vast hole in your heart which cannot be fulled when your dad passes away.

So dad I love you, I miss you, and I thank you for being the best dad a boy/man could ever have.
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