Anthony L. Camerio

1945 ∼ 2018

Anthony L. Camerio

Anthony L. Camerio, “Tony,” 73, of Teaticket, MA passed away peacefully on September 24th.  He was born on January 24, 1945 in Medford, MA to Louis and Lydia “Jill” Camerio (Dias).  Tony graduated from Medford High School, then served in the Army Reserves.  He was a crane operator and a proud member of the IUOE Local 4 for 50 years, and a member of the Falmouth Elks.  Tony was happiest when spending time surrounded by his family and many friends. 

Tony is survived by his wife, Trudy Camerio (Edgehille); his children, Elaine and Robert Curtis of East Falmouth, Lisa and Eric Willcox, of East Falmouth, Richard and Lory Molloy of San Diego, CA, and David and Karla Costa of Playa del Carmen, Mexico.  He was the beloved “Papa” of Rachael and Robbie Curtis; Merritt and Marine Willcox; Molly, Richie, and Piper Molloy; and Julia Costa-Turegano.  He also leaves behind his sister Patricia Moschella of Medford, MA; his niece Donna and husband Scott MacAdams, and nephew Louis Moschella and wife Evelyn; and their children.  

A funeral Mass will be celebrated on Saturday, October 6th at 10:00 a.m. at St. Anthony’s Church, 167 E. Falmouth Hwy (Route 28), in East Falmouth. Burial will follow at St. Anthony's Cemetery. (Flowers should be sent directly to the church).

Veteran of the army

Funeral

Saturday, October 6, 2018 | 10:00 AM

St. Anthony’s Church - E. Falmouth
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Burial/Interment

Saturday, October 6, 2018

St. Anthony Cemetery
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Anthony L. Camerio

1945 ∼ 2018

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