Dear sweet, kind, gentle Uncle Tony. Remembering him when greeting him and in his presence, his bright smile would light up his face. Sending thoughts and prayers to all who loved him, Aunt Pat, Greg, Doug, Mary and their families. Also to his brothers, sisters and in-laws. Uncle Tony and Aunt Pat were always generous with their concern and were so caring when it came to my parents Frank and Belen Italiano and I’m certain they will be welcoming you with open arms as well as grandma and grandpa and uncle’s Jack, Sal and Pete. ❤️
"WE LOVE TONYYYYYYYYYYY," sung out into the world! I wonder what it sounds like from heaven.......
Tony will be dearly missed. We have been blessed to call him family and friend. May he be in peace, love and great joy in the presence of our Lord and his loved ones gone before him.
Our prayers and love to his beloved Pat, children, grandchildren and family. May the peace that surpasses all understanding calm your hearts with treasured memories.
Joe and Mary Zambri
Sincere Condolences to Sal & Mary & the girls, as well as to Pat and the rest of the family. Tony was always pleasant and a joy to be around. I have fond memories of our times together. May he Rest In Peace.
Love, Ralph Torrillo, Sr.
We are saddened to hear of Mr. Liano’s passing. We have many fond memories as neighbors in Commack, Long Island. The memory that stands out most was when he pretended a tree fell on him in the backyard as a prank on my dad. Those two went back and forth. He was a kind, gentle, and loving man. Our thoughts and prayers to the family.
Janet Gluodenis Donald