Anthony J. Crincoli
October 8, 1928 – December 2, 2018
Anthony J. Crincoli, of Deerfield Beach, Florida, formerly of Livingston, NJ passed away peacefully at the age of 90 on Sunday, December 2, 2018.
Tony was born and raised in Newark, NJ. He served in the US Army during WWII where he met the love of his life, Anna Marie Hofer, and in 1948 they were married in Switzerland. Upon his honorable discharge, Tony attended and graduated Seton Hall University where he received a B.S. Degree in Accounting with a minor in Psychology.
Tony started out his accounting profession as a comptroller for a construction company and in 1963 became a Certified Public Accountant and entered private practice. He was the founding member of Crincoli & Crincoli, CPAs up until his retirement in 2003.
He was instrumental in the formation of and participation in several business ventures. Tony was also very active in the Republican Party on a county, state, and national level. He was also the owner of Culver Lake Golf Club in Sussex County, NJ for many years.
An avid golfer, Tony was a former member of Essex County Country Club in West Orange, NJ and several other clubs in Florida. He was also very active in civic and charitable organizations, including Boy's Town of Italy, The Columbus Day Parade, Unico, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and others.
Tony also enjoyed traveling and spending time with his family. He was predeceased by his beloved wife, Anna Marie; his loving parents, Angelo and Anna, and his brother Domenick.
He is survived by his cherished children, Roseanne Carbo, Anthony L., Angeline Libman, and Stephen, and their respective spouses Michael, Richard, and Donna, and his four grandchildren, Kim, Michael, Kristi, Anthony, and his great-granddaughter, Gia.
- Visitation Thursday, December 6, 2018
- Funeral Service Friday, December 7, 2018
- Entombment Friday, December 7, 2018
Anthony J. Crincoli
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December 13, 2018
Uncle Tony was a true larger than life person. I had many great memories of him especially when I was a child, but there is one memory that I feel best exemplifies the essence of who Uncle Tony was. I remember clearly about 25 years ago when my father, mom and I came over one evening. Uncle Tony began playing the piano playing some Frank Sinatra or Neopolitan standard while my father, Peter Crincoli was singing, and playing the accordion. That was one of the happiest that I had ever seen my father. We were all happy that evening, there was an unforgettable electricity in the air and Uncle Tony was the catalyst of that. Uncle Tony had that special, unique gift of making you feel valuable in his presence. He was the consummate gentleman, a man of faith. I will miss him
December 6, 2018
I wanted to send out my deepest sympathy to Roseanne, Angeline, Anthony and Stephen . Although its been years since we've seen each other - family is always family, no matter how much time passes. I have fond memories of both your parents, and remember your dad as being such good natured and smiling. I can't make it to the funeral, but wanted to send my love and prayers to you and your families. Your parents are together again.
Love always, Your cousin, Sandy Crincoli
December 6, 2018
Among his many accomplishments in life he was a great advisor to me at a time when I would have a mother life mistake
His advice steered me on the right direction and I will always be indebted to him for it
I always had a great trust and respect for him not only because of his accomplishments but his door was always open not just we were family
I will truly miss him and I will continue to pray for him and all his family and ours
Joseph M Minieri Cousin