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In Loving Memory

Anthony “Tony” Riti

Anthony “Tony” Riti was born Oct 19, 1964 and was called home to be with other family and friends on March 2, 2024. Dear son, brother, uncle, cousin, co worker and friend to many. Tony will be buried at Park Lawn cemetery surrounded by his loving family.

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6 thoughts on “Anthony “Tony” Riti”

  1. ”Love you ” Bro ! May you rest in peace…
    Miss you already! Your time was way too short..Your in a better place now..I now
    you where welcomed with many smiles and arms of our loved ones.. You will
    always be missed , in our hearts and never forgotten.. We all love you., Tony..

    Your sister, xoxo Deb

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  2. Tony ,I miss you dearly. I seem like I can’t keep crying, But, I know you would not like that .You always kept your feelings to yourself mostly . We had a lot of sadness brought to us unexpectedly .Through our lives we have been strong and lived the best we knew ..Well now there is no worries dear one. I kept my promise , Now rest in peace ,I love you & always miss you. With this I want to leave comforting verse(s) from the Bible that seems to help …..“Blessed are those who mourn, For they shall be comforted” (Matthew 5:4, NKJV). “Jesus said to her, ‘I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in Me, though he may die, he shall live. And whoever lives and believes in Me shall never die. ,….Love Always & forever ,Your sister Pat

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  3. I can remember many times that you helped me even if it was just to listen. Everyone always knew where they stood with you and you stood your ground in your beliefs. I wish life would have treated you better. I hope you found peace and happiness.

    Love Dawn

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  4. Tony, you’ve been a damn hard worker working with that “Baby” (machine). I enjoyed working with you. You’re the heartbeat 💓 of the company we worked for. Your work is done & may others carry on❣️

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