ANTHONY J. AMBROSE age 71, loving father of Joseph John Ambrose (wife Lisa, deceased), Denise DeGaetano and Donald Ambrose; devoted grandfather of Kaila Ambrose, Julia and Jenna DeGaetano and the late Dominic Durastanti; cherished son of the late Viola Marinucci (nee Ambrose); dearest brother of Christine Mabe (nee Mastro); former husband of Marylou Ambrose. U.S. Marine Corps Veteran.
Anthony was a member of Word of Grace Church. He loves sports and especially coaching his kid’s teams. Anthony enjoyed watching cowboy movies and listening to Dean Martin, and Frank Sinatra. He received the most enjoyment in life from his family, kids, and caring for animals. Anthony’s favorite family tradition was Thanksgiving dinner. His friends and family would describe him as energetic, generous, loving, caring, and forgiving. Anthony will be dearly missed by his family and friends.
Cremation by DeJohn Crematory. Celebration of Life Service Sunday, April 3, 2016 at 4 PM at THE FUNERAL HOME. Family will receive friends to pay tribute to and celebrate the life of Anthony at THE DeJOHN FUNERAL HOME & CELEBRATIONS CENTER OF CHESTERLAND 12811 CHILLICOTHE ROAD (Rt. 306, just south of Mayfield Rd.) SUNDAY 1-4 PM.
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So sorry to hear this news. Our thoughts and prayer are with you and your family.
Ron & Lois Devorsky
Joey, Denise, and Donnie – I’m so sorry for your loss. Your dad was like a second father to me. The three of you were always like a brother and lil sister to me. While there is sorrow for us, his pain is gone and his spirit is alive looking down on you. Your dad will always live within me. He taught me mental toughness and to always push yourself to be the best you can be! He was our Rocky!
Lois and I will keep you in our prayers through this difficult moment.
Linda and Larry Armstrong
So sorry for the loss of your father ! You are in our thoughts and prayers.
My deepest sympathy to you and your family upon the passing of your father.
YOU SHOULD BE PROUD OF THE COMPASSIN AND CARING YOU SHOWED FOR HIM IN THE WANING DAYS OF HIS LIFE>
Alice and Lou Devorsky
It’s hard to believe that it is almost a year since this wonderful man passed away. You all remain in our hearts and prayers.