Anthony Murtha

February 20, 1944May 9, 2013

Anthony (Tony) B. Murtha died peacefully surrounded by his family Wed May 8th after a long illness. Tony was born in Hartford, Ct February 20, 1944 and resided in Glastonbury for most of his life. He was predeceased by his parents Joseph J. and Martha Morris Murtha and his brother Joseph J. Murtha Jr.

He leaves his wife of 36 years, Cyndy Levy of Glastonbury and his daughter Courtney Murtha-Emery of Manchester, his son-in-law Timothy Emery, his grandchildren Richard B. and Phoebe Emery, his sister in law Tammy Levy, his brother-in- law Leonard Funnye, his nieces Jennifer and Caitlin Murtha, Tanisha and Melanie Funnye and several cousins. He also leaves his special friends Brian Neal and Cheryl Mantolesky as well as many other good friends and his cat Pete.

He was the Engineering Manager at Conard Corporation in Glastonbury for 24 years where he will be deeply missed by his co-workers, customers and suppliers. Prior to that Tony worked in retail operations and security management for many years. He served as a medic in the Army Reserves and was a volunteer firefighter for the town of Avon. He graduated from Kingswood Oxford School, attended the College of Holy Cross, the Univ of Hartford and graduated from Tunxis.

Tony had many talents. He was a speed swimmer and lifeguard in his younger years, an excellent cook, photographer, writer, carpenter and plumber. He was also a graphic artist (designed the Conard Corp company logo). He could design and build almost anything. Tony was a rescuer, everyone who knew him could call on him for anything. He was a superb gentleman and intelligent man you could always count on to do the right thing. Tony enjoyed the little things in life and it didn't take much to make him happy. He especially adored spending time with his grandchildren and nieces. He enjoyed reading books and learning and teaching. He also was an avid Uconn Women's Basketball fan .

His family wishes to give a special thanks to Bill Fox and all the associates at Conard Corporation for their kindness, appreciation and respect for Tony, as well as Dr. Menon and the staff at the Wethersfield infusion center. We all love and will miss you, Tony. A celebration of his life will be announced at a later date.


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Sandy Carrier

May 20, 2013

Dear Cyndy - Words can not express how deeply sorry I was to hear of Tony's passing. You are in my thoughts and if there is anything I can do - please let me know.

Jackie Edwards

May 15, 2013

Cyndy, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.


May 15, 2013

We are so very sorry for your loss, our thoughts and prayers are with you during this most difficult time. Please contact us when you feel up to it.

Sonia Smith

May 14, 2013

My prayers are with you and your family on the loss of your companion and freind.

Anne Campbell-Maxwell

May 14, 2013

Cyndy, you and all of your family are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. The death notice is so beautiful.

Sue Atwood

May 14, 2013

Cyndy - I don't know if you remember me. I was a tenant of yours about 6 years ago. Tony was a wonderful man and I am so sorry for your loss.

Gaetano Messina

May 13, 2013

Please accept my sincere and deepest sympathy for the loss of Anthony.
Tony was a friend a gentleman and caring person, He will be missed.
Gaetano Messina a friend from IBM

Nicole Kimball

May 13, 2013

On behalf of the entire Kingswood Oxford School community, we offer our deepest sympathy on the passing of Anthony.

As a cherished member of the class of 1963, Tony will always be a part of our school family, and we mourn his death along with those who loved him.

Please know that we'll keep the family in our thoughts in the days and weeks to come. We are very sorry for your loss, but join you in celebrating the life of a wonderful man.

- Nicole Kimball, Dir. of Alumni and Constituent Relations, Kingswood Oxford School, West Hartford, CT

Lou Gaudio

May 13, 2013

I'm very sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you at this difficult time.