Anthony Maddaloni

Anthony Maddaloni

September 25, 1942 - March 12, 2012

Anthony Maddaloni

September 25, 1942 - March 12, 2012


Anthony Maddaloni, age 69, of San Juan Capistrano, California passed away on Monday, March 12, 2012, in Mission Viejo, California. He was born on September 25, 1942 in Melizzano, Italy, and was the son of the late Emilio and Catarina Maddaloni.

In addition to his parents, his brother Vincent predeceased Anthony. He is survived by his wife, Lauren Maddaloni and their two children Paul and Christina, his sister Maria Ferrucci, as well as many nieces and nephews.

Anthony moved to this country in 1953 with his family to New England. Lauren and Anthony met in East Haven, and lived in Guilford for many years.

He became an avid Brooklyn Dodgers fan and loved to garden. He had a thirst for information, and could always be found reading, happy to share his knowledge. He had a deep faith, and was a devout Catholic. Anthony had many different careers over the years, but spent his last 20 working years as a real estate broker before retiring in 2008. He was a warm and good man, and will be deeply missed.

He has been laid to rest in Ascension Cemetery in Orange County, California.

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3 responses to Anthony Maddaloni

  1. Our deepest condolence goes to Anthony Maddaloni family for there loss fo a great husbond and father, whom loved them dearly in God faith.

    I have nown Anthony since we were very young he’s a very dear friend we are very sorrow for his loss, we will keep him in our memory and our prayer

    Mario Ferrucci and Family

  2. Dear Lauren, Chris and Paul:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this sorrowful time. We wish we could be there to comfort you. Tony was our dear friend and we had hoped to visit with you all once more. We will always remember him. We will keep you all in our prayers. With deepest sympathy. Love, Joe and Barbara Trocchio

  3. Dear Maria And Gabriele,
    I am so sorry to hear of Tony’s passing. I remember last seeing him when we visited you in 2004. I remember him so happy with such a wonderful smile and that is the memory I will keep with me. Please know that I and my children are thinking of you during this sad time and your family is forever in our prayers.

    Joseph Saracco and Family

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