The Settegast-Kopf Company @ Sugar Creek

15015 Southwest Fwy, Sugar Land, TX


Anthony Joseph Ciancone

January 15, 1944June 26, 2020

Anthony J. Ciancone passed away peacefully, on Friday, June 26, 2020 at the age of 76. He was a wonderful husband and father. He was born in Fontecchio, Italy on January 15, 1944. He is preceded in death by his sister Linda Russo, Brothers John Ciancone, and Terry Ciancone. He is survived by his wife of 52 years Susanne Lough Ciancone, a son Gerald Ciancone and wife Karyn. A daughter Antonina Ciancone Krenek and husband Chad. He has 5 grandchildren, Tyler Moody, Brendan Ciancone, and Blayne Ciancone, Cole Krenek and Cassidy Krenek. There were many nieces and nephews that loved him deeply. He graduated from Bellaire High School in Bellaire, Ohio and was a Brick and Stone Mason for over 60 years. He loved his family and loved spending time with his grandchildren. He played pool and liked to garden and make Lemoncello. He will be greatly missed. Tribute and or words of condolence can be left at www.settegastkopf.com. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to The American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 22478, Oklahoma City, OK 73123.


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Marie Essick

June 29, 2020

Bill and I first met Tony and Sue when we moved from Delaware to GreatWood. Tony was so helpful and kind and funny. Sue and Tony took us under their wing and made us feel welcome. They never met a stranger. We will surely miss him . Tony enjoyed teasing Sue and Bill and we always enjoyed hearing his laughter. Our hearts go out to Sue at this sad time.

You will be missed ,Tony you were my. first friend in Texas and a good one
Tony May God bless your soul ,rest with our Lord in peace
Your Friend Always

Bob Mason

June 29, 2020

Tony was a good man a good neighbor. He always had a big smile on his face and a firm hand shake. Tony was one of those guys you always enjoyed being around. He made you feel good. I'll miss seeing him driving through the neighbor hood with sue in there golf cart. You could always know he wasn't to busy to stop and say hello.
Tony will be missed in this world by many. I am so glad our paths crossed if only for a short time. I know he is not lost I know where he is. Enjoy your rewards Tony you earned them by being so kind.
Bob Mason

Rebecca Hemley

June 29, 2020

Steve and I will miss seeing Tony across the aisle on Sundays. He always had a smile and a handshake. Prayers for his family.

Jaime & Sylvia Viancos

June 29, 2020

Dear Sue, we are so sorry of Tony’s passing. He was missed when you moved from Del Webb and will be remembered by all. Sue, please let us know if there is anything we can do.

We are with you and your family , love, Jaime and Sylvia.

Scott & Lynne Hanrahan

June 28, 2020

Lynne and I became friends with Tony and Suzanne when they moved into the Valley Oaks neighborhood at Del Webb Sweetgrass. Tony would always stop to chat and tell stories. We had many good laughs together and he loved to share his latest batch of limoncello. He was always in a good mood and seeing him would brighten up my day! You will be missed dear friend.

Dianna Ciancone

June 28, 2020

So shocked and saddened by this loss. My memories of Uncle Tony are of how he was always so full of life, so upbeat and telling stories to everyone. He would call me every single year and sing to me on my birthday. I'm so going to miss him. Love to Aunt Susie, Nina, Jerry and their families.

Mary Katherine Hunt

June 28, 2020

So many fond memories of Uncle Tony.... He was an amazing Uncle and treated me wonderfully throughout the years. His presence brought smiles and love and laughter to every event. You will truly be missed as you are leaving a huge hole in my heart and the world. You have made a difference to so many people. I know you will be watching. Many condolences to Aunt Susie and and Jerry and Nina and their families.