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Anthony Angelo Sprugasci
25 septembre 1935 – 6 septembre 2020
Anthony Angelo Sprugasci passed away at the age of 84 with his family by his side. He lived a rich and full life before the onset of Alzheimer’s. Anthony, also known by most as Tony, was a devoted husband of 52 years, loving father of four sons, and an extremely proud grandfather of seven grandchildren.
A native of San Jose, California, Tony was a resident of Willow Glen for more than 60 years. He graduated from Bellarmine High School and received his BS from Idaho State University. He was dedicated to his career in the pharmaceutical industry for more than 50 years.
Tony was involved in many clubs throughout his life. He was an active member of Italian American Heritage Foundation. He loved organizing holiday festivities in the neighborhood for many decades. He will be remembered by his family and friends as warm, funny, generous and thoughtful. He loved family trips, game nights, and hosting family and friends in his home. Tony valued family above everything and loved spending time watching his kids and grandchildren playing sports, dancing in recitals, playing live music and going to the movies. In his final years he was very blessed and proud to have taken his whole family on an Alaskan Cruise.
He is preceded in death by his wife, Dorothy. He is survived by sons John (Karen) of Livermore, Michael of San Jose, Anthony (Sunny) of San Ramon, and Matthew (Emily) of San Jose. He was an honored grandfather to Brandon, Joshua, Allison, Luke, Dean, Summer, and Jack; and sister-in-laws Doris and Dorothy. He is preceded in death by his parents Antonio and Lilly; brothers Robert and Irving.
Tony will be forever missed and always in our hearts.
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Anthony Angelo Sprugasci
octobre 14, 2020
Dear John, Michael, Anthony and Matthew,
David and I are so sorry for your loss. We can not express how much we will miss your Dad. We look back on so many memorable times spent with your folks and your families: picnics, family reunions, New Year's celebrations with food and cards of course, working the Italian Festival with your families, dinners and parties.
We will all have to get together soon and share stories and fond memories.
With much love,
Diane and David
septembre 8, 2020
I just heard about your dad’s passing. I am so sorry for your loss. I remember your dad’s laugh most of all. I hope when you get together you have lots of good memories and stories to remember the good times.
Cousin Rosemary (Ales) Eilers