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ANTHONY J.  LOCRICCHIO

LOCRICCHIO ANTHONY J. Age 85, December 26. Beloved husband of Virginia for 62 years. Dear father of Patricia (Daniel) Goff, Antoinette (James) Sheridan and Rosemary Schomer. Loving grandfather of Jennifer (John), Shannon (Tom), Anthony (Michelle), Thomas (Yok), Timothy (April), Nicholas (Holly), Anna and Lucas; great-grandfather of Richard, Vincent, Aislinn, Aine, Marcella, Connor and Andrew. Brother of Joseph (Lori), Jenny (Cecil) Wickersham and Frank (Nancy). Brother-in-law of Chuck DeAngelis. Predeceased by his sister Josie, brother Bill and sister-in-law Sandy. Visitation Sunday 2-9 p.m., Prayer Service 7 p.m. at the St. Clair Shores Chapel of the Bagnasco & Calcaterra Funeral Home, 25800 Harper Ave. St. Clair Shores. In state Monday 9:30 a.m. until time of Funeral Mass 10 a.m. at St. Philomena Church; 4281 Marseilles; Detroit 48224. Memorials to: Arc of Livingston, Developmental Disability Foundation (Autism); 1044 Durant Dr., Ste 101; Howell, MI 48843 or The Capuchins; 1820 Mt. Elliott St.; Detroit, MI. 48207-3485. Friends may share a memory at www.bcfh.com

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Joann{Tom}and Joe Marchese12/29/2012

Dear Virginia and family, so sorry to hear about Tony's passing from my mother Stella.We are in Fla. or we would be at the funeral.

Marie Marzella12/29/2012

Tony always respected his Grandfather Antonio and came often to our home and visited. Our love for him is eternal. He was the eldest of all the cousins and his wife could not have been better to him...62 years

Randy Toomajanian12/29/2012

Tony hired me to work at The Nugget restaurant in 1974 when I was 15 years old. He was not only a great Boss, he was a great mentor. I continue to benefit today from the many life lessons he taught me 38 years ago. I always admired Tony for his strong family values. I remember how his face would light up with joy whenever Virg, his daughters, his grandchildren, or any other family member came to the restaurant. Tony was a great man and will be missed by many. I am proud to have known him. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family. If I weren't in Florida I would attend the memorial service.

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