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Anthony M. SKISCIM

April 14, 1928November 6, 2020

Anthony M. SKISCIM was born on April 14, 1928 and passed away on November 6, 2020 and is under the care of Demaine Funeral Home.

Mass of The Resurrection will be held on November 12, 2020 at 10:30 am at Good Shepherd RC Church, 8710 Mount Vernon Hwy, Alexandria, VA. Military Graveside Service will be held on March 4, 2021 at 3:00 pm at Arlington National Cemetery, 1 Memorial Ave, Arlington, VA.

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Services

4 March

Military Graveside Service

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Arlington National Cemetery

1 Memorial Ave
Arlington, VA 22211

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Mass of The Resurrection

    Thursday, November 12, 2020

Memories

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Richard & Deborah Skiscim

December 5, 2020

Our deepest condolence to the family. our memories of uncle Tony
will always be with us forever

love Richard and Deborah Skiscim

Paul Skiscim

December 5, 2020

Dear Skiscim Family
I am very saddened to hear about my Uncle Tony passing I just
heard about it today. My condolences to Aunt Joan and their
children my cousins. God Bless
Cousin Paul John Skiscim Jr

Karen Hayes

November 22, 2020

Tony was one of the first people I met from the Good Shepherd Meals on Wheels program when I started in 2001. He was always kind and helpful. Over the years I could depend on him and his partner Bob Lentini when I needed a substitute, and I was happy to return the favors. His dedication to church ministries was admirable. I was also impressed by his artistic side. The icons he painted are beautiful. I commissioned a Saint Michael, and I will think of Tony whenever I look at it. My condolences to Joan and their family.

Frank Schubert

November 14, 2020

Tony was a good neighbor, as well as multi- talented. He left his mark as a photographer in my published work on Buffalo Soldiers and restored family pictures for me as well. Irene and I think about him fondly.

Kim Riley

November 12, 2020

When I joined the ushers, Tony made me feel very welcome and always had a great smile that I looked forward to each week. Even when our ushering month didn't coincide, I looked forward to his great smile. I will miss his smile.

I wish I could be there in person but will be there virtually. Please know that I have and will keep your family in my prayers.

Kim Riley

Denise Krisinger

November 11, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss, but know he is in the arms of the Lord today and we will see him again. Tony and I shared a love of art and the gym. His skill in painting icons was remarkable. He spoke of his family often and I enjoyed his stories. Tony was always curious and wanted to learn about the world around him. I miss seeing him at the gym. Kyrios Santu.

Cassie Rogan

November 10, 2020

Dear Joan and Family, We are truly sorry for your loss. You are in our Prayers. Sending much love, hugs and many prayers to all of you. With love and Best Wishes, Don and Cassie Rogan

Ginny Cavender

November 9, 2020

Dear Joan and family, so many good memories of times shared. One of the best is our trip to Maine and getting lost in the woods!
Tony was a class act, may he now Rest In Peace. Joan, you know I’m here for you. Love and prayers to all.

Bro. Sean McLaughlin, SDS

November 9, 2020

Best to his family....

He has gone beyond death to
new life - RIP

prayers,

sean, sds

Suzanne Martin

November 9, 2020

When I first signed up at Good Shepherd to deliver Meals on Wheels many years ago, Tony took me on the delivery route for the first time. He could not have been kinder, and to his credit I have continued delivering once a month. My condolences to his family--may you feel God's loving arms around you in this difficult time.