OBITUARY

Anthony Steven Zullo

April 26, 1939March 26, 2021

Anthony Zullo, 81 of Brooklyn, New York passed away after a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease at home in Wilson, N.C. with his family at his side.

Anthony graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree from College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY. He began his career working at Knolls Power Atomic Lab. Later, he worked for General Electric for 37 years where he traveled around the world. Tony loved taking drives to the Adirondacks and admiring nature. He also enjoyed golfing, fishing, and his retirement in Florida. Surviving are his wife of 60 years, Carol of Wilson, his daughter, Debra Floyd (Ronnie Floyd) of Jacksonville, Florida, his son, Ken Zullo (Teresa Zullo), of Indian Land, SC, his youngest daughter, Carolyn Huston (Benjamin Huston) of Wilson., 7 grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. He is also survived by his oldest sister, Rosalie Karlewicz of Scotia, NY and sister-in-law, Bonita Zullo of Schenectady, NY, along with many nieces and nephews. He is proceeded in death by his parents, Basil and Josephine Zullo, sister Jeanette Catalano, brother Emil Zullo, and brother-in-law, Edward Karlewicz. Funeral services are under the direction of Thomas-Yelverton Funeral Home, Wilson, NC. Online condolences may be sent by visiting thomasyelverton.com.

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Debra Touhey

March 28, 2021

We will miss Uncle Butch! I remember when we visited them in Jacksonville one time. They weren't only the kindest hosts--they gave us their master bedroom to stay in! I would hear all the old stories from my mother-in-law Jeanette, of his days at GE. He will be missed so much by all of us. Love, Debbie, Mike, and Jayden Touhey

David & Terry Horne

March 28, 2021

Mr. Zullo was always a friendly man and always had a smile at church. I know he will be missed by his family and friends! He is with Jesus now and no more sickness! Prayers for this family and Ms. Carol. 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻

Nancy McPheeters

March 28, 2021

I will miss my Uncle Butch so much!! We had many fun adventures every winter when my mom and I came down to visit him and Aunt Carol in Florida ! Rt. 1 beach drives, breakfast at the Flagler Pier, St. Augustine visits, and always dinner with Deb in Jacksonville! Sending love to all his family, Nancy

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FROM THE FAMILY