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Anthony Angelo

June 25, 1937 - March 16, 2002
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Anthony J. “Anton” Angelo, SR., age 64, passed away in his New Philadelphia home on Saturday morning, March 16, 2002, after an extended illness. He was born in Dover “Tin Town” and was a resident of the Dover and New Philadelphia area most of his life. Anton was retired from Alsco-Anaconda of Gnadenhutten after 20 year…

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Anthony J. “Anton” Angelo, SR., age 64, passed away in his New Philadelphia home on Saturday morning, March 16, 2002, after an extended illness. He was born in Dover “Tin Town” and was a resident of the Dover and New Philadelphia area most of his life. Anton was retired from Alsco-Anaconda of Gnadenhutten after 20 years of service. He was preceded in death by his father, Joseph Patrick Angelo, his step-mother, Pauline Angelo, and his faithful cat, “Shadow”. Anton is survived by his wife, Terry L. (Yost) Angelo; two sons, Charles E. of Dover and Anthony J. “Jim” Angelo of Scio; two daughters, Kathy Kohr of Dover and Karen Pethel of Strasburg; four sisters, Mary A. Angelo of Parma, Josephine Rios of Parma, Marge Angelo and Elizabeth Sproat of Dover; eight grandchildren and six step-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews, and his best friend, Rick Poland. A celebration of Anton’s life will be Monday, March 18, 2002, from 6:00 to 8:00 PM in the Geib Family Center, adjacent to the Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home. In accordance with his wishes, Anton’s body will be cremated and private burial will take place at Evergreen Burial Park.

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Born: June 25, 1937
Died: March 16, 2002

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On behalf of the Geib Family and Staff, we offer our most sincere sympathy for your loss. We are honored to have been called upon to serve your family.

 

Charles & Michelle Angelo posted on 10/28/14

We miss you & think of you every day.

 

Ronald R. Dunlap posted on 3/18/02

Dad (Ronnie Dunlap) worked with Anton at Alsco for a number of years. He would like to send his condolences for Anton's family. I recall Dad telling us about Anton and his friendship he/Dad shared while working together those days in Gnadenhutten. We all hope the family can be strong through this time of sorrow. You are all in our prayers. Renee' (Dunlap) Murphy Ronnie & Debbie Dunlap Tippecanoe, OH

 

Carol Pope posted on 3/18/02

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Arlen & Shirley Hostetler posted on 3/18/02

We are so sorry to hear about Anton. You can have our deepest sympathy. You will be our prayers.

 

michael (mickey) cervellini posted on 3/18/02

work with anton at alsco for 20yrs. we had some great times at alsco sorry that i couldnt make it. you have my greatest sympathy.

 

Charles Angelo posted on 3/18/02

Dear Daddy, I don't know if Heaven gets e-mails, but I wanted to try to reach out to you just one last time. There are so many men in this world that are called "Father", "Dad", or whatever, but I'm proud I was able to call you "My Daddy". You were everything I ever hoped for. And I love you... You were there for us when we needed you most, and took me in as your own, unconditionally. And for that I love you... You taught me what it is to be a man, to stand by my convictions, and to let go of all the anger & frustrations this world can bring, and I love you... You taught me to use my hands, and my head, and stood by me even when I was sure I could take no more, always there to gently pick me up with a word of advice or a story, or just a hand on my shoulder, and I love you... You don't worry about Mama, I'll take care of her like I promised and keep reminding everyone what it is to be "Family", and I love you... I'll always remember the things that meant so much to you, your woodworking, your garden, the Outlaw, your stories,your family, "The Mama", and "Shadow"....and of course "Your Friend Ricky". And I love you... So rest in peace Daddy...we've got your big shoulders,your memories and strength, and you watching over us. And we love you... Goodbye Daddy...

 

Jessica Angelo posted on 1/7/05

granpa, even though your gone its just like your here.no matter how far in heaven you are you will always be my granpa

 

Ron & Nancy Berry posted on 3/18/02

With Our Deepest Sympathy at this difficult time. We hope it helps to know there are people who love you, care about you, and are always here for you. We will always remember Anton's winning smile, his kindness for others, his talent for making things (furniture,etc.) with his hands, and he always had a knack for making you laugh. We are sorry for your loss.

 

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