Anthony C. Demos

5 octubre , 19268 marzo , 2021

Anthony Charles Demos, 94, of Bryn Mawr, Pa passed away on March 8, 2021 in his home at the Beaumont Retirement Community in the presence of his wife Madge, his family and his caretakers. Born on October 5, 1926 in Philadelphia, the son of Helen and Charles Demos, Tony was a long-time resident of the Philadelphia suburbs, initially residing in the King of Prussia area, then moving to St David's and for the last 3 years living at Beaumont.

He graduated from Northeast High School in Philadelphia, and completed his under graduate(chemical engineering) and graduate work at the University of Virginia. He enlisted in the Navy, was stationed in China, and married his first wife, Lorraine Henneberry, in Shanghai in 1947. Following discharge from the Navy, he worked at the Foote Mineral company, and subsequently formed the Chemalloy Company in 1960, leading it for over 56 years prior to his retirement in 2016.

He was active in school and local organizations as his five children attended schools in the Upper Merion school system, and loved gardening, traveling, and remodeling homes in Merion Hills and Wayne. His greatest love though was his home of 50+ years in Ocean City, New Jersey, spending summers there with his wife, children, grand children and eventually great grand children.

In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his first wife Lorraine, youngest son Jeffery, brother George, and grandson Bradley Perz. He is survived by his wife Madge, brother Charles(Connie), children Jack(Cathy), Steve, Sue(Jim), and Beth, grandchildren Lindsey(Rob)Kruljac, Emmet(Lara)Demos, Greg Demos, Kristi(Beyers) deVilliers, Erin Demos, Elise and Katelyn Perz, and his 11 great grandchildren.

Funeral arrangements are pending. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Surgicorps International(, National Ability Center(, and The Radar Project/A Child's Life(


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Sharon Sun

26 agosto , 2021

My first visit t in 2004 and my last visit to Mr. Demos at Chemalloy in 2015 are still fresh in my memory: his interesting past story in Shanghai; the Bryn Mawr tour; the farewell at the airport... Mr. Demos treated me as his own younger generation. He changed people's lives, mine was one of them. His spirit and personality are deserved for respect and admiration from everyone. His kindness and generosity will be in my heart forever.

Ed Juratic

24 agosto , 2021

Tony will be missed. He was a remarkable man, I worked for him for 17 years and it was an experience that I relished. I learned something every time we spoke. I am sorry we didn't keep in touch after I retired. He treated my son Chris who took over from me very well.
I know he is in heaven because he was a great and generous man.
May he have fair winds and following seas.

Ed Juratic

Joe Ferroni

16 marzo , 2021

I was so sorry to read of Tony's passing...I can still remember meeting Madge for the first time, and she set up an interview with Tony. I was hired and worked for Chemalloy for over 11 years as a Sales Engineer. Tony was my first MENTOR...and taught me everything I know about metallurgy. It helped launch my very successful career, and I am forever indebted to having met Tony and Madge...he will be sorely missed!

Joe Janci

13 marzo , 2021

I am very sorry to learn of Tony's passing. He was a very fine man. I will never forget the good times we shared. His kindness and generosity will never be forgotten by my family.

Joe Janci

Jeff Messantonio

12 marzo , 2021

At Chemalloy we say that Tony was the last of his kind. He was a brilliant businessman, he built a wonderful business from nothing. But he put his people before profits, he changed so many lives in his time, including mine. He was my boss, but he was also a friend. You could talk to him about anything, and he was always offering answers or help. I remember I was about 20, and he was 70 and out in plant working his ass off right there with us. I knew right there he was a special person. I can never thank him enough for all he’s done for me and my family. He will be missed but the memories will last forever

Thomas Corliss

12 marzo , 2021

My wife and I are very sad to hear of Tony's passing. He was a man who changed peoples lives, mine was one of them. He will be forever in our hearts.
Natalie & Thomas Corliss

Dick Stinchcomb

12 marzo , 2021

My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. I was fortunate to have worked with Tony and then for him for some 40 years. He was one remarkable man. The love he had for his family, employees and customers was without question. I can honestly say I’ve never met a more fairer, benevolent, loving, caring person that would probably give you his last dime. May the GOOD LORD comfort the family and TONY, I hope to see you in Heaven when my time is called.

Heather Archambeault

11 marzo , 2021

I'm so sorry to hear of Tony's passing. He was a wonderful man, and I have fond memories of him with Surgicorps wearing pink scrubs and beautiful bouffant caps in the OR in Guatemala. He had a generous heart. He was kind and thoughtful and always had a smile. Much love to his family. Thinking of you all. ❤