Anthony Sam Ricotta

December 17, 1932December 29, 2018

Anthony Sam Ricotta, 86, of Parkland, Florida received his angel wings on December 29, 2018 surrounded and embraced by his three daughters.

He is preceded in death by his parents Joseph and Jennie Ricotta, his sisters Marion, Lee, Prudy, his beloved Rosemary and his number one grandson Bret Garrett Hale.

He is survived by his daughters Carrie Lynn, Deborah Jo and Jill Susan, his three sons-in-laws; Paul, Jack, Danny, his grandchildren Tyler, Austin and Alexandra along with nieces and nephews.

A memorial service for Anthony will take place at Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church at 1401 Coral Ridge Drive, Coral Springs, Florida on Saturday, January 5, 2019 at 10 a.m.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Catholic Hospice Services or a charity of your choice.


Anthony Sam Ricotta

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Annette and Tony Sacco

January 5, 2019

Tony and I have so many precious memories of your dad. His laugh and smile when we talked of old times made our visits great. His life was full of love from his family and everyone who knew him. Rest In Peace Tony.

Carol Ionata

January 4, 2019

I am so grateful I had a lovely visit last summer with Tony when I last visited Carrie and Paul. It warmed my heart to spend that time with him. He sure did ADORE his daughters!! Hearing him speak of them made my heart smile! One of my forever memories is the wonderful time Tony had at Carrie and Paul’s wedding many moons ago. I clearly remember him laughing, dancing and singing that evening. If I close my eyes, I can still see his joyful face!! Sending my deepest sympathies to his beloved family. Thinking of you all.
Love, Carol

karen bulski

January 1, 2019

You were there when I came into this world. You were a part of my entire life. I missed you so long ago and now I will miss you forever, the last of my family, my link to my past; so many memories, so many laughs. Rest in peace, in the arms of those you loved and who loved you. Go with pride and joy. . . a life well lived. I loved you, but you knew that.