Anthony Deliso

August 28, 2023

Beloved husband of Ninetta née. Parente. Cherished father of Vito (Louise), Nick (Linda),
Pia Farrell (John). Loving grandfather of Anthony (Joanne), Michael (Megan), Mark & Emily. Devoted great-grandfather of Grace and Francesca.

Visiting Thursday and Friday 3-8 PM at Torregrossa Funeral Home 1305 79th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11228

Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, September 2, 2023 at 9:30 AM at Sacred Hearts – St. Stephen Church, 125 Summit Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231 – Click here to view the Funeral Mass Live

Entombment to follow at Resurrection Cemetery, 361 Sharrott Ave, Staten Island, NY 10309


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Bridie Gorman Laghey Co Donegal Ireland
10 months ago

Deepest sympathy to Pia and Family on the sad passing of your Father Anthony Rip

Carmela Millie Longo
10 months ago

Our sincere condolences to The whole family. Sending prayers and understanding of this great loss.
Millie & Dennis Longo
St. Dominic’ family

Louis Andruzzi
10 months ago

Our deepest sympathy. Sending love to the family.

Rosa Mignone
10 months ago

Sincere condolences to your family. Reflect on all your happy memories of him. May he rest in peace.

Rosa Mignone (Parato) and Family

Joseph Di Bella & Family
10 months ago

The DiBella family sends our deepest sympathies on the passing of Tony Deliso. He had a long and blessed life and a loving family, he will be missed.

Mr&Mrs Palermo
10 months ago

May peace and comfort find you during this difficult time🙏 Our deepest condolences go out to you and your family❤️

Michael L Pesce
10 months ago

My deepest sympathy to Ninetta and the Deliso family. I was out of town on vacation but was able to view the funeral mass live with others. I thought the eulogy by his grandson Anthony was very informative and touching, including the closeness that his grandfather felt to theMolese
Community for which he will be remembered and missed. Over the years I have had a few conversations with the deceased as he had a wealth of knowledge about the Molese migration of the 40’s, as I was of
The 50’s. He was blessed with a good , long life, a successful and exciting job, a
happy and large family as we Molesi were blessed by his participation, support and advice based on so many years of experience! God Bless Antonio Deliso. Mike Pesce

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