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O. B. Davis Funeral Homes

4839 Nesconset Highway, Port Jefferson Station, NY

OBITUARY

Anthony T. Firenze

January 10, 1944March 19, 2020

Anthony T. Firenze on March 19, 2020 of Middle Island, LI. Beloved husband of Donna. Loving father of Justin and his wife Patricia, Alison and Anthony. Cherished Pops of Riley and Aubrey. Adored brother of Fontaine Firenze and Norman and his wife Sue. Reposing at O.B. Davis Funeral Homes, 4839 Nesconset Highway, Port Jefferson Station, LI. Visitation on Sunday, March 22nd from 1-3 PM. A Memorial service with Military Honors will be held at a later date at Calverton National Cemetery.

*** Visitation will be limited as the Funeral Home will be adhering to the suggested group gatherings policy as set forth by officials.

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, March 22, 2020

Memories

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Jessica Thebold

March 21, 2020

Hey Sweets, my Buddy
You always called me Jessie, I didn't let anyone else call me that.
I'll see you, when I get there.
Love you,
Jessie

Massimo Fedozzi

March 21, 2020

Uncle Tony,
We clicked immediately, I remember the first time I met you, You made me feel welcome and comfortable right away. I remember the talks we had about Alfa Romeo and Lasagna. You were contagiously funny; when we met recently you told me to be careful with eating too much tomato sauce if I don’t want to end up like you. I will always remember you like this, funny, caring and honest.
Ciao Zio Tony!

Brianna Firenze

March 21, 2020

My uncle Tony gave the best hugs ever, my hurt hearts knowing I won’t ever get one again. I love you so much Uncle Tony ❤️ Watch over all of us with Grandpa and Grandma 😇

Donna Firenze

March 21, 2020

I am so broken right now but feel that I need to share this. The obituary states the facts but for those who knew my Tony know that he was an incredible man. He was smart, kind, gentle, loving, honest ( to a fault sometimes...lol) and my soulmate! He loved his children very much and was very proud of each one of them. He admired how successful and accomplished they were in each of their lives. He adored his two beautiful granddaughters and was always proud of how beautiful and talented they are. His big regret was that he was not able to participate more in their lives in the past few years. But I can assure you that he will be watching them from above.

My husband adored me for 32 years of marriage and for that I consider myself a very lucky woman. I miss you, so much, already and will see your handsome face again one day. It is my hope that you are no longer struggling to breath my love.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY