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Babione-Kraeer Funeral Home and Cremation Center

1100 North Federal Highway, Boca Raton, FL

OBITUARY

Anthony Donald Cuozzo

March 29, 1963June 14, 2020
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Anthony Donald Cuozzo was born on March 29, 1963 in Newark, New Jersey and passed away on June 14, 2020 in Pompano Beach, Florida. He married Tess E. Cuozzo on April 4, 1998 and had two beautiful children Anthony and Gianna Cuozzo.

He was a businessman and always worked his hardest for his family and was loved by everyone. Anthony enjoyed fishing and spending time with his family. May he rest in peace and forever watch over his loved ones.

  • FAMILY

  • Tess Cuozzo, Wife
  • Gianna Cuozzo, Daughter
  • Anthony Cuozzo, Son

Services

  • Visitation

    Sunday, June 28, 2020

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  • Mass of the Christian Burial

    Monday, June 29, 2020

Memories

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CHRISTINE MONSERRAT

June 28, 2020

Dear Tony,
You will be so terribly missed by our family.
We will think of you every time we drive down the street, just as we always have already.
Eddie will miss making jokes about Ford vs. Dodge but most of all being able to talk to you and know that you always had good, smart advise to offer.
Thank you for the wonderful friendship over these past 10 years, we enjoyed every family gathering and the fun times down in The Keys too.
As we gather together in the future, you will always be in our thoughts, in our conversations and in our hearts.
Rest In Peace!
Love,
Eddie, Christine, Jesse and Katja

Tina Brown

June 27, 2020

Tony,
God smiled upon you and said, “I need you to be a son.” And you were a great son.

God smiled upon you and said, “I need you to be a brother.” And you were a great brother.

God smiled upon you and said, “I need you to be a good friend. And you were a friend to all.

God smiled upon you and said, “I need you to be a husband.” And you were a great husband.

God smiled upon you and said, “I need you to be a father”, so he sent you 2 beautiful children.

God smiled upon you and said, “I sent you as the perfect human being to teach others how to be a good son, brother, friend, husband and a father. I saw that you were ready my child so I took you home with me. I will hold those you have loved through their pain, their tears and their sorrows. And I will reunite them with you when their time is ready too.”

You have touched the lives of all who have been so blessed to know you. I hope you will smile upon them too. We will never forget you Tony With love, Tina Brown

Ron Santini

June 22, 2020

Tony worked that he may live to fish until his dying day
And when it came time for his last cast, I pray
That as you are in God’s landing net peacefully asleep
I trust that in His view, you will be judged good enough to keep.

A major limb has fallen from the family tree and he says “grieve not for me”
Now more than ever you need to keep both feet planted on the ground
Keep the memories of the good times, the laughter, the song
And the life we lived together while I was around

The photo of Tony taking a pic - he texted me this pic with the words "Hey I found a new accountant - this guy does everything." He was a joker thru & thru...

Your larger than life personality came through your stature, smile, gestures and humor. Your love for family knew no limit. My friend and my brother-from-another-mother, you will be terribly missed. RIP


Teresa Mancini

June 21, 2020

To my oldest brother,
Thank you for the talks, the laughs and the memories. I remember the days from when you and Gerard teased me as big brothers, driving around your blue van cranking the Doors, to the serious and funny talks we had as adults. You are a part of our family that can never be forgotten and I promise to keep part of you with me in everything we do until we are all together again. The 3 of us and our families may not have seen each other as much as we wanted because of distance and life, but the heart of siblings runs deep. I will miss you more than I can say along with so many who knew how special you were.
Love you and your family always.
Your Sister, Teresa

Gerard Cuozzo

June 21, 2020

You will be missed, Captain Tony. Love you

Art Stappenbeck

June 21, 2020

Dear Anthony.... when we were in your company we all always had fun. You cared about my kids and always asked how they were doing. We’ll miss you.
I remember 2 fishing trips. One was on the way out, everyone we saw coming in from the ocean was wearing a yellow slicker. Sailed into a storm.
The second was down in the keys with Ron. You gave me a pill. 8 foot seas. Some fun ..no fish.
Miss you love Art

Maria Stappenbek

June 21, 2020

My Boy,
May you continue to inspire us:
To enter each day with a generous heart.
To serve the call of courage and love
Until we see your beautiful face again
In that land where there is no separation,
Where all tears will be wiped from our mind,
And where we will never lose you again.

To the world you were a man, to me you will always be my baby boy and I love you more than anyone could believe. Mom

Mark Guiliano

June 21, 2020

Tony you were larger than life. We met in 8th grade. So grateful we connected recently. Our deepest condolences to your family. You will be missed.
Mark & Kim Guiliano

Gerard Cuozzo

June 20, 2020

No one loved fishing more than you. Even though you knew I would get seasick you still wanted me to have fun. Thanks for all the great memories.

Your brother

Donald Cuozzo

June 20, 2020

My son Anthony. There are no words that can say how I feel. You grew up to be a great son, and father. The memories of the fishing and parties keep playing in my head. My heart hurts thinking that you are gone.
I will miss you and never forget you.

Your father,
Donald

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We love you Tony. May God Bless you.