Condolence: My deepest condolences and prayers to the entire Davanzo family. One of my fondest memories of you takes me back 39 years to my final at-bat in organized baseball; a game I loved. You were on the mound and I worked out a 3-2 count. I remembered over-hearing you talk about mastering your curve ball earlier and I thought, "this has got to be a curve." Sure enough, that's what came; low and outside. I reached for it and poked it thru the hole between first and second for a 2-out single. Thanks for the great memory of my final swing nearly four decades ago. Rest peaceful, Tony and throw that perfect game in Heaven.
Condolence: I am sorry to hear about the loss of your love one Anthony. May you find comfort in knowing that the God of all comfort does care about you and your love one - John 5:28,29, Isaiah 25:8 & Revelation 21:3,4.
Condolence: Prayers for your soul Tony. I remember all the great times up the "Field" and all those great sports games we played in the early 70's. You were called home way too soon but God must have needed you. Prayers for your family and God Speed...
Condolence: I am so saddened by the loss of this beautiful soul. I knew Anthony from the station...small talk would happen as my tank was filling up....he was so proud of his family and was always there with an upbeat message to get me through the day. Anthony will be missed by all who knew him. I send my heartfelt condolence to his family. Ran into him at the Saddle Brook Street Fair and was amazed at the strength he was showing and his will to fight was so strong! God take him home and allow him to fly high with all the angels. Linda