Anthony Percarpio

Anthony Percarpio

Tuesday, August 16th, 1938 - Friday, July 3rd, 2020
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PERCARPIO, Anthony of Hawthorne passed away on July 3, 2020 at the age of 81. Born in Paterson, NJ, he lived in Prospect Park before moving to Hawthorne in 1967. Prior to his retirement he owned Percarpio and Son’s Plumbing in Hawthorne. Anthony proudly served his country in the U. S. Army.

Loving husband of the late Marie-Luise Percarpio Devoted father of Anthony, David, Christopher and Louis Percarpio. Cherished grandfather of David, Jr., Kyle, Jamie, Steven, and Ava and great-grandfather of 5.
Brother of Lillian Iannacone and the late Edward and Louise

The family requests donations be made in Anthony’s memory to Eva’s Village, 393 Main Street, Paterson, NJ 07501.
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    Rosedale Crematory
    408 Orange Road
    Montclair, NJ 07042
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Donations are being accepted for: EVAS VILLAGE INC.


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Posted at 03:41pm
Remember that we love and care about you. The Martin J. Gannon and Doris Gannon family.

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Frank and Janis Batsch

Posted at 04:48pm
To my cousin Anthony,
I vividly remember what a strong swimmer you were. We had lots of good times at the Jersey Shore with our families.
Thank you for being so fun loving and strong
Frank and Janis Batsch

George L. Iannacone

Posted at 09:22pm
I remember Uncle Tony at family cookouts at Grandma's, playing basketball in the driveway, always laughing, always nice. Grandma used to tell us so many stories of her boy "Sonny" and my mom told me so many more. They both told me how he sailed a raft down the Passaic River with his cousin Pete, and Grandma found out by reading it in the paper the next day.

So many stories....

Louise Picciallo

Posted at 07:44pm
RIP dear cousin Tony. Growing up in Paterson with our fine Italian families will always be so precious and never to be forgotten precious time. I will never forget starting EHS as a freshman and you ready to graduate a Senior. I knew I had you to count on when upper classmen told me the pool was up on the roof!!!!!!! RIP dear man. Love from cousin Louise

Nancy Kowalski

Posted at 07:13pm
My memory of my Uncle Tony is of a great smile, one that immediately brought a sense of fun to any occasion. He had such a warm personality and a great sense of humor. I remember him laughing it up with my husband at family gatherings, and always remembering to ask about my children, even though they are no longer children. I know how much my Mom, his sister, loved meeting him for church on Sundays and going out to breakfast afterwards. He was well loved, and will be greatly missed.

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