OBITUARY

Anthony James Fischetti

August 22, 1958April 5, 2019
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Fischetti, Anthony James, 60, of Coral Springs, passed away April 5, 2019. Anthony was born August 22, 1958 in Brooklyn, New York to Rose (Caputo) Fischetti and the late Michael Fishcetti. He was an arborist and loved tending to gardens. Those left to cherish his memory are his loving wife of 41 years, Elizabeth, daughter, Alissa (Serban) Gavrilescu, sons, Michael (Melissa) Fischetti, Daniel (Miranda Kinda) Fischetti, grandson, Max Gavrilescu, mother, Rose Fischetti, sister, Connie Visovsky, brother, Thomas Fischetti and several nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends Monday, April 8, 2019, 6:00 - 8:00pm and Tuesday, April 9, 2019, 2:00 - 4:00 & 6:00 - 8:00pm at Kraeer Funeral Home & Cremation Center, 1655 University Drive, Coral Springs. A Mass of Christian Rite will be celebrated on Wednesday, April 10, 2019, 10:00am at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, 1401 Coral Ridge Drive, Coral Springs.

Services

  • Visitation Monday, April 8, 2019
  • Visitation Tuesday, April 9, 2019
  • Visitation Tuesday, April 9, 2019
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, April 10, 2019
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Anthony James Fischetti

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Constance Bua

April 9, 2019

I thought I corrected my error yesterday but I guess I forgot to hit submit
In my tribute referring to Anthony’s children I wrote Anthony instead of Danny
So sorry Danny

Gregg Jaffe

April 9, 2019

Knowing Tony through business for 15 years was a pleasure and humbling. He was always available to talk to and keep to our relationship on an even keel. In a business where landscaping companies are often replaced, our relationship lasted all this time.
I'm honored to have known him.

Liz Fischetti

April 9, 2019

Hon

You were my best friend. My other half. We talked twice a day and more. We strategized our life. We traveled the world. We got married young; had our children young; watched them grow to be successful and marry great people. We welcomed Max the love of our lives. We met people around the world and you made fast friends in Mexico. You loved it there- our last adventure. Our life was one big adventure and we loved that. We always lived an adventure. We traveled around Europe, Asia, Latin America, rented vacation homes with our family, We created memories and for one minute we never regretted spending money doing those things. We also said we started early , raised our kids, and traveled the world which we did. We loved to explore, meet people and learn new cultures. In South Korea someone asked you how did you know you fall in love with each other. I drew a blank. You as you always did took time to think; and said I did something funny when we were walking and Liz laughed so hard and I knew that moment I loved her. We rode elephants in Thailand, we went to the caves of the demilitarized zone in South Korea, visited salt caves in Colombia, sailed in Valle de Bravo, watched our children throughout all their milestones engagement, marriage, birth of our best blessing Max and celebrated engagements. We threw great parties including your last 60th birthday serenaded by mariachi band. It was a life and marriage very well lived. Couples in a lifetime of marriage can’t say what we said. No regrets just love. We were friends, we loved each other unconditionally with all of our flaws. We made a home for our family that everyone felt welcome in. We partied and played hard. No regrets. I took care of you to the end the way I know you would take care of me. I only wish you lived up to the one deal we made each other that you would let me go first because I don’t know how I’ll navigate this next chapter without you. I will continue to be what you called the glue.

Beth Henry

April 8, 2019

Alissa - you and your family have my sincerest sympathies on the loss of your father. I hope you can give each other strength and comfort during this time of great sadness. The thoughts and prayers of all your friends at Cigna are with you .

Deb Wing

April 8, 2019

Condolences to the entire Fischetti family at this very sad and difficult time. Many prayers for peace and comfort from Alissa's friends at Cigna.

Constance Bua

April 8, 2019

To my dear cousin Anthony
No need to say what a beautiful person you were not only as husband to Liz father to Alissa, Micheal ,Anthony & their spouse
An awesome pop-pop to Max
A great son & brother ,cousin & friend everyone already knows that
My memories go back over 50 years when we would all come to Brooklyn & play together until the late hours of the night
We had so much fun with all those many cousins
I can only compare it to going to Disney Always a different adventure
Every trip better then the time before
Memories I will treasure the rest of my life
I know you will be just fine up in Paradise we have so many great people up there to great you
You will be missed here on earth
So till we meet in our eternal life
I love you & will miss you
You’ll be busy all day spreading you wing around your family
My heart is broken for then
Rest in heavenly peace
Love your cousins
Connie(De Vito) & Nick
😢❤️🙏🏻🌴🌳💐

Monica Armentano

April 7, 2019

All the memories we shared when we were younger, You were a wonderful fun cousin , you will be greatly missed ... love , Monica Armentano

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