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Anthony D. DiBona

April 19, 1931 - April 25, 2022
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Egizi Funeral Home
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Bob and Micki (Nee Henderson) Mossbrucker
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Visitation
St. Charles Borromeo RC Church
176 Stage Coach Rd.
Sicklerville, NJ
Saturday 4/30, 8:30 am - 10:45 am
Cemetery
Gloucester County Veterans' Memorial Cemetery
240 N. Tuckahoe Road
Williamstown, NJ
Saturday 4/30
Funeral Mass
St. Charles Borromeo RC Church
176 Stage Coach Rd.
Sicklerville, NJ
Saturday 4/30, 11:00 am

Anthony D. DiBona On April 25, 2022 of Turnersville, age 91. Beloved husband of Rita (nee Russo). Devoted father of Lawrence DiBona (Maryann), Anthony DiBona, Jr. (Ann Marie), Phyllis Jones (Bill), and Lorrie Jones (Jeff). Loving grandfather of Antonia (Rohit), Lauren (Shaun), David, Nicole, Gregory, Daniel, Stephen, Matthew (Monica), and Michaela (Rory). Proud great-grandfather ofContinue Reading

Bob and Micki (Nee Henderson) Mossbrucker left a message on April 28, 2022:
Dearest Mrs. DiBona, Larry, Anthony, Phyllis, Lori and family, We are so very sorry to learn of your great loss. We are certain that your beloved Husband and Dad is in the lovng presence of our Lord and that all of heaven is rejoicing in his heavenly homecoming. He is now made wholly perfect and in perfect communion with God. Yet, your hearts are heavy with sorrow and loss at this wonderful man’s passing, and your lives are sadly changed. Please know that our hearts are with you as you mourn this great loss and that we are praying for the faith that is ours in Christ to comfort and uphold you as you grieve and mourn the passing of your great and deeply beloved family Patriarch. With much, much love, always, Micki’s and Bob and Family
Jim Planamente left a message on April 28, 2022:
Dr. DiBona and family.....My two sons and I are so very sorry to have read about the passing of your dear father. From the conversations you and I had during my office visits, he sounded like a most wonderful husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother and friend to all who had the pleasure of knowing him. I can only imagine how much he will be missed. Rest in Peace, Mr. DiBona. Our deepest condolences to the DiBona family.
Roberta and Art Abramowitz left a message on April 28, 2022:
We are so sorry for your loss. Please accept our condolences. Roberta and Arthur Abramowitz
Roberta and Art Abramowitz left a message on April 28, 2022:
We are so sorry for your loss. Please accept our condolences. Roberta and Arthur Abramowitz
Al Collarin left a message on April 27, 2022:
Good neighbors are everything and Tony was the best. We will miss his smiling face and warm greetings. Please accept our sincere condolences to the family and those who were closest to him. Al, Eileen, Jennifer, Devin
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Katie and Jack Connors left a message on April 26, 2022:
Sending love and prayers to all your family at this sad time. Tony was a love. His devotion to you all was exemplary, and will live on in your memories. Deepest sympathy to everyone.
Sharon Esposito Seifert left a message on April 26, 2022:
Larry - I am so sorry. I never met your dad but he must have been a great guy for to turn out to be such a great guy. ?
Frances Russo left a message on April 26, 2022:
Prayers for your family at this time
John Donnelly left a message on April 26, 2022:
One of my earliest memories of Uncle Tony was when I was a recent high school graduate. He , along with all my aunts and uncles, always encouraged me in my pursuit of art. The funny thing is Uncle Tony prompted me to go into commercial art in order to make money! Lol. I should have listened to him! Lol. However I pursued the life of a fine artist and professor of which I know he was still proud. It gives me great pleasure that he also loved painting and drawing. I will miss you, your kindness,your smile. Love you Uncle Tony. John
Egizi Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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