OBITUARY

Anthony "Tony" DeBenedetto

August 20, 1931July 25, 2020
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Anthony DeBenedetto, age 88, of Fresno, California passed away on Saturday, July 25, 2020. Anthony was born August 20, 1931. Due to current COVID-19 restrictions, Services will be private. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.whitehurstsullivan.com for the DeBenedetto family.

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Diana Fowler

August 9, 2020

I called him my Uncle Tony. He would always call me Blondie when I was a Little Girl. Tony was always visiting at my Parents house Andy and Marilyn DeBenedetti. When I was little Tony would always give me a Quarter and I thought that was really something. .As I got older he would still offer me that Quartar and I would say no Thank you Uncle Tony and we would both laugh I'am So Sorry for your Loss .He will be Deeply missed .We Hold you close in our Hearts .Always Diana ,Marilyn and Andy Jr. .

jearl debenedetto

August 7, 2020

I wil miss kissing you on your forehead, don tony.

Frank DeBenedetto

August 6, 2020

Needless to say my heart is broken. Being the oldest cousin I have had the privilege of loving this remarkable and completely individual uncle for decades. We lovingly called him 'Don Tony' and felt he held court every time we visited Fresno. His backyard was his receiving room and his kingdom was an Italian's dream with almost every kind of fruit and vegetable (worth growing) everywhere. But more than that he was a very strong man with convictions and standards that we all should practice these days. He absolutely loved my dad, Nick, and was so protective of him. Bless them both!
If there's any DeBenedetto, Colangelo, DiBenedetto family out there please get in touch. I have so many questions about family which is what Uncle Tony was most concerned with.
With much love to Nick, Danny, and Gina
your very humble nephew
Frank DeBenedetto

Linda DeBenedetti

August 3, 2020

I remember Tony always visiting my parents and talking about the good old days with Dad. I want to give the family my condolences for their loss.

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