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Claude R. Boyd - Caratozzolo Funeral Home

1785 Deer Park Ave, Deer Park, NY

OBITUARY

Guy T Anello

February 1, 1965August 29, 2020
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Guy Anello was born on February 1st, 1965 in the Bronx but grew up in Deer Park, NY as a loving brother to Fred, Theresa, and Derek. He studied at Farmingdale State College and completed his Bachelor’s Degree at Adelphi University. He worked at CES - Card Establishment Services, until he became a stay at home dad.

He was the beloved father of Anthony, Guy Jr., and Christina. Anyone who knew him knows how proud he was to be their father and that he would do anything for them. Whether that was driving them in his van to school or soccer practice; working at the school store or teaching their Catechism classes; or going with them to see plays (sometimes his son’s own), concerts, or wrestling matches; he always made it his top priority to love them, care for them, and protect them.

He was the uncle of Jaime, Anne Marie, Stephanie, and Danielle, as well as a cousin, neighbor, and friend to many. He had so many people who he loved just as deeply as they loved him. He would always go out of his way to help the people he loved, and was always a shoulder to cry on or someone to make you laugh when you needed it.

To say that there was no one like him is a complete understatement. He will forever be remembered for his humor, his generosity, his outgoing nature, and his ability to be the life of every party. He was incredibly resilient and, though he often suffered from his Lupus, he never let that stop him from being there for the people he loved.

He was a strong believer in his faith who was involved at St. Cyril & Methodius. While we will all miss him very much, we can all take solace in knowing that he is now reunited in heaven with his parents, Fred and Marie Anello.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to the Lupus Foundation of America.

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, September 3, 2020

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Friday, September 4, 2020

Memories

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Sean Murtha

September 3, 2020

Guy, I always remembered having our own World Series in Jimmy Cullens backyard in wiffle ball. Jimmy was the umpire. You against me. It was close but I just couldn’t beat you. You were an awesome pitcher. The last time I think I saw you was in christopher court. I was playing roller hockey and you stopped by. It was great to see you . I never forgot how nice it was to see you then. That had to be about 40 years ago. Your in Gods care now, please say hello to my brothers Dan & Jay. Sean Murtha formerly of 155 pine acres blvd. Grateful i had opportunity tonight to pay last respects to you. You were always nice as were your family. RIP freind- Sean Murtha.

Debbie Mandera

September 2, 2020

My family and I are so heartbroken and our lives will never feel the same without your friendship, compassion and especially your infectious laugh and sense of humor! You became my father Phil's best buddy in the "Tick Tock" store days and the friendship and bond you created was beautiful! Simply put - he loved you very much and so did my brother Frank. You shared so many great memories! Thank you for the reading you recited at his funeral Mass. I know you are "reunited" now and laughing together in heaven as you always did when you were together! I will never forget randomly running into you and your kids in Disney many years ago. It was not planned but it was so much fun and I will always cherish that memory. You were an amazing and doting father and I respected that most about you. Taking comfort in knowing you are safely home and in the arms of your beloved parents and our Lord! The Mandera Family will love and miss you forever! RIP, our sweet friend! You will never be forgotten!

rose naef

September 2, 2020

Anello Family,

So sorry to hear of your loss, I shall always have found memories of Guy growing up and laughing at all the crazy things we did with his parents, we had such fun with him, may he rest in peace. Love al all
Rose Naef

Leslie Zarychta

September 2, 2020

Deepest condolences to the entire Anello family; you are in our thoughts and prayers. So very sorry for your loss x

Kathy Ohanian

September 1, 2020

My friend Guy. No-one else like you. We met when Anthony & Kallie were in 2nd grade. You are one of my best friends. Always there with a helping hand, an ear to listen, and at times a shoulder to cry on. I can't imagine not having you around. A phone call away. One of the funniest people I ever met. Always admired how you love your children and your generosity to all. Enjoyed bowling as our kids grew up, swimming in your pool, meeting for breakfast or a drink at happy hour. I thank you for being my friend. Watch over all of us. Shine your light. Until we meet again my friend. I love you too. Kathy xoxo

Wayne Thomas

September 1, 2020

One of my first friends when I moved to Deer Park, my childhood was spent in a 3 story tree house in my back yard. Guy and his Brother Derick helped me and my Brother Scott build, it was the nastiest thing we had ever see but it was the center of a friendship filled with a wealth of laughs and battles of legend. God Bless my Brother from another Mother. He was a huge Part of my childhood and a fixture in my Sister and her Families lives for all these many years...Guy is Family, God Bless Him and All The Wonderful People That Where So Lucky To Have Had Him In Their Lives
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John Downs

September 1, 2020

SO sorry for your loss.

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