Anthony Aiello Sr.

January 5, 1960April 15, 2011

Anthony Aiello, Sr., 51, of Livingston, passed away on Friday, April 15, 2011. His family will be receiving friends at the Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home of Livingston, 145 E. Mt. Pleasant Ave., on Monday and Tuesday, 2-4 and 7-9 PM. The Funeral Mass celebrating his life will be offered at St. Rose of Lima Church, East Hanover, at 9:45 AM. The committal service will be on Wednesday following the Mass at Gate of Heaven Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association, P.O. Box 11454, Alexandria, VA 22312. Born in New York City, Anthony lived in Staten Island moving to Livingston twenty-three years ago. He was a textile salesman for Marcotex in Kearny and Bermaha Textile for over thirty years. Anthony was an active volunteer in Livingston including coaching girls’ softball and boys in the Livingston Little League. Surviving is his beloved wife Karen (nee: Gambino), his devoted children Krystina and Anthony, Jr., his loving siblings Carlo and Rudy Aiello and Diane Manzione. pping Funeral Home, Livingston, NJ.


  • Visitation Monday, April 18, 2011
  • Visitation Monday, April 18, 2011
  • Visitation Monday, April 18, 2011
  • Visitation Monday, April 18, 2011
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Anthony Aiello Sr.

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Gina Minto

April 21, 2011

Karen, Krystina and Anthony, Words cannot express how sorry I am for your loss. I am truly thankful I had the pleasure of knowing Anthony throughout the years living in Livingston. May you be comforted by all of the love and prayers that surround you. I will continue to pray for you. God Bless..My deepest sympathy. Gina M. Minto and family XOX

the schnurmans

April 20, 2011

Our daughter Hannah is in Krystina's class at St. Cloud School. We are very sorry for your loss and our thoughts are with your family.

The Schnumans

Richard McGrory

April 19, 2011

Anthony....we haven't known each other long but in the short time that we worked together at Mayfair Farms I truly enjoyed every minute...I will remember you always.

Joe Ierardi

April 18, 2011

Dear Karen,Krystina, and Anthony, My deepest condolences. Anthony and I grew up together, and spent most of our early years through our teen years on Thompson street. We learned how to ride bikes, play ball, and basically get into a little mischief every now and then! Anthony was always a great friend and will never be forgotten, Our lives took different paths and we grew apart. But the memories will always be there, and for that I am thankful. He will always be remembered when I tell my own sons some of my life stories.

Karen Barnaby

April 18, 2011

Please accept my deepest sympathy..
I've know Anthony since he was 28 years old working at Bermaha. Anthony is someone who always made you laugh or smile by the things he said. He was kind, hard working and ambitious.
Anthony lived for his wife and two kids, that's all he would talk about. He was a proud husband, and father, and would move a mountain to make them happy.
The last time I saw Anthony he was at his niece, Karen's wedding and he said Karen the next time I see you it will be at Krystina's wedding, and I said yes. God has destiny's for all of us and this is how he wanted Anthony home. May God bless you all; I will keep you all in my prayers. Anthony may your soul rest in peace. I will always remember you.

Jamie Parisi Costello

April 18, 2011

Dear Karen, Krystina & Anthony Jr, I am extremely sorry for your loss. Anthony was such a great person, teacher and boss... I will never forget the funny times we had at Mayfair... My deepest sympathy to the entire Aiello Family during this difficult time.

carol taddeo

April 17, 2011

Dear Karen, Krystina & Anthony, we are so sorry for your loss, but will always remember the warm, loving and funny man that he was. I am left with the picture of him sitting on my couch at Aunt Virginia's 90th birthday party and making all his funny comments about the old family pictures....all my love Cousin Carol

April 17, 2011

Anthony was a man of pride,passion and most of all compassion.
My memories of Anthony will be for a lifetime,
His unique smile and laugh will always be in my heart.
Anthony I will miss you and our stories.

Your friend

Rich Conforti


April 17, 2011

Karen, Krystina and Anthony, your dad was my savior at work. He help me to keep my sanity in that hole we called work. It was a pleasure to have know such a kind and caring man.. Even though Ive only known him for a short time, Anthony and you guys made me feel like family...Thank you for sharing him with me...I will miss him always...

Barbara & Joe Santoro

April 17, 2011

Krystina, please accept our most heart-felt condolences. Uncle Joe and I were very fond of your Dad--he was the nicest guy! We are very sorry for your loss. Always know we are here for you. Our deepest sympathy goes out to your Mom and brother at this time, as well.
"Aunt" Barb & "Uncle" Joe