Edward F. Carter


Anthony Allen

January 18, 1947April 30, 2020

Anthony Allen was born on January 18, 1947 and passed away on April 30, 2020 and is under the care of Edward F. Carter.

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Kendall Buchanan

July 7, 2020

Tony was a life long family friend.
While in seventh grade, coach Mike Nardone would stop our gym class and walk out on the floor with Tony. He would tell us younger kids that we should aspire to be the great athlete, student and person that Tony was. In later years he lived across the street from me and was a fixture in the neighborhood. Often he would come over to borrow cigarettes from my mother. I saw Tony quite often at the store that he would frequent daily. The proprietor, Alfredo would befriend him and give him food. Here is one of and maybe the last photos of he and Alfredo.

Rest In Peace Tony

Joseph Pettinelli

June 29, 2020

Tony and I were very close during our high school years. We were both on the Ossining High wrestling team, spent many evenings together as members of the same Civil Air Patrol unit, and often played cards and partied together. I lost track of Tony after he left to fight in Vietnam, where he was seriously wounded, and I went to college and, upon graduation, served for years overseas with the federal government. He was one of the finest people I have ever met and I often think fondly of him.

Linda Scott

June 28, 2020

Tony was a classmate of mine in High School. He was such a stellar guy. He was so talented and kind. I feel Blessed to have shared High School years with him. May you rest in peace Tony and my deepest Sympathy to your family.

David Perugini

June 28, 2020

Tony was a star in our Ossining High School graduating class of 1965. Tony had it all: handsome, intelligent, strong character, an outstanding athlete, a friend to all — a purely fine person who was appreciated and admired by classmates and faculty alike. And yet, even with all that, he was humble and not "stuck on himself" — although if anybody deserved to be so, it was Tony. The world has lost a good soul.
Rest in Peace, my friend ...

David Perugini

June 28, 2020

Tony was a definitely a star in our Ossining High School Class of 1965. Handsome, intelligent, an outstanding athlete, with great personality and a friend to all who knew him. And with all that, he was humble and not "stuck on himself" — even though he had all the right to be so. Everyone looked up to Tony and he was greatly admired by classmates and faculty alike. He had a good soul.
Rest in Peace, my friend.

Howard Beaman

June 14, 2020

Or as those of us who really knew you (Mot Chicken). Never did find out where you got that nickname but, if memory serves, you weren’t crazy about it (smile).

Just found out you left us and although we hadn’t seen or talked in awhile, the news caught me off guard. We shared, Football, Wrestling and Track together. Good times!

It was an honor. RIP old friend I’m going to miss you.