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Tony DeMarco,76

Carmen Anthony “Tony” DeMarco, 76 of North Adams, MA died at Berkshire Medical Center on Saturday, July 17, 2021.Tony was born in North Adams, MA on July 27, 1944, as son of the late Carmen Joseph DeMarco and Dorothy Ada (Knapp) DeMarco. He graduated from Drury High School. Carmen was employed for fifteen years as a draftsman at Yankee Nuclear Power Plant. After retirement he was employed as a driver for Williams College. was a well known certified professional umpire, working baseball, softball and football in the Berkshires. He also volunteered for many local organizations in the Northern Berkshires and was a member of the Elks Lodge.

Tony was a loving and caring man who would give the shirt off his back to help others. His smile was contagious. On any given day, if you asked him why he was so happy, he would reiterate how grateful that he was able to get out of bed and see another day. An avid Red Sox and Patriots fan, he was always sporting a hat to reflect his love for his teams. He always had a joke ready to tell. It was almost expected that it would be one of the first things he said when he saw you. He loved spending time with his family and friends. Whenever he was with them, he had stories to tell, happiness to share, and he lit up the room. Words can’t express how much he meant to every person he met. He will be missed by many.

Tony is survived by his daughter, Kristen Jagiello and her husband Mark of Adams; son Scott DeMarco and his wife Jenna of Florida; 5 grandchildren- Ava Jagiello, Connor Jagiello, Bradley DeMarco, Jonathon DeMarco, and Helen DeMarco; two brothers- Joseph DeMarco and his wife, Rita of North Adams, and David DeMarco and his significant other, Cathy Corbett of Vermont. Tony was predeceased by his sister, Shirley DeMarco-Lyman and brother, Daniel Francis DeMarco.

FUNERAL NOTICE: A Liturgy of Christian Burial for Carmen "Tony" DeMarco will be celebrated on Friday, July 23, 2021 at 11:00 AM at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church. Burial will follow in Southview Cemetery. Calling hours will be on Thursday from 4-7 PM at the Flynn & Dagnoli Funeral Home – WEST CHAPEL, 521 West Main St. North Adams, MA 01247. Memorial donations are suggested for the Carmen Anthony DeMarco Memorial Fund through the funeral home. Due to the nature of his death masks and social distancing will be strictly enforced. To add to the Book of Memories, please visit www.flynndagnolifuneralhomes.com.


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Joe , and the entire DeMarco family Carolyn and I send our sincere sympathy for the loss of a wonderful brother and family man. Wish we could be there with you at the time of your loss but we just want you to know that our love and prayers are with you today and always.
from: Ron, Saccoon: 07-28-2021

I am so sorry to hear of Tony's passing. He always had a smile and cheerful "How are you doing?" along with a quick hug whenever you ran into him. He was a great guy and will be missed by so many in our community. God speed Tony.
from: Mary Gironon: 07-27-2021

I'm so sorry to hear of his passing, Tony was hands down one of my favorite people. Always greeted me with a smile and talked with me like a best friend. He will be greatly missed. His memory will forever live long in our hearts. Please accept my sincerest condolences.
from: Joselise Mossettyon: 07-24-2021

My deepest sympathy and condolences to family and friends.
from: Dennis Mangano on: 07-23-2021

So very sorry for your loss, I known Tony a long time, we work together at yankee but got to be very close friends this past year. He will be sadly miss
from: Mark Choquetteon: 07-23-2021

Scott , Kristen, Mike and family , I’m so sorry for your loss . Tony was a great guy and dad . So many neighborhood memories ❤️ Sending thoughts , prayers and hugs .
from: Norm & Ann Martin on: 07-23-2021

This has been a hard one to comprehend. Such a kind person to everyone. He loved sharing photos of his family and grandchildren, but quickly in the next breath he asked about your family. My heart goes to your family, he has certainly left an empty space in many hearts.
from: Penny Sageon: 07-23-2021

I's so sorry to hear of Tony's passing. I worked with him as a teenager and very much looked up to him. He was such a fantastic and funny person and even though I haven't seen him in nearly 20 years I know that would still be true today. I will continue to remember him fondly. I'm so sorry to the family for your loss.
from: Amanda Belangeron: 07-22-2021

We played baseball at the sandlot opposite Bracewell Ave. as kids, fond memories. He was a terrific guy! RIP, Tony ...
from: Bob Gallagheron: 07-22-2021

I’m so very sorry to hear of Tony’s passing… my sincere condolences to his entire family… he has left his mark that many cannot match …
from: Cheryl Lefaveon: 07-22-2021

Tony and I grew up as childhood neighbors and friends. He would always see what he could do to help my mom or keep an eye out as my dad worked nights. Apparently he never lost that quality of kindness and helpfulness. The many good memories and friends who loved him will help you all during this upsetting time. ❤️
from: MaryJane Maloneon: 07-21-2021

So sorry for your loss. Tony was a great guy, Always had a hello when he saw you even if was months in between seeing one another. May he rest in peace.
from: Craig Millardon: 07-21-2021

Please except our deepest heartfelt condolences on Tony's untimely death. He will be greatly missed not only for the things that were mentioned but also for personal special memories we were lucky enough to share with him. God bless
from: Jim & Pam Sistoon: 07-21-2021

Very 😔. I will miss you and the stories and the positive talks we had. Bless you
from: Nanette Schmidton: 07-21-2021

Going to miss you cuz and all the New York side of the family get togethers. Deepest condolences to you Scott, Kristen, Joe, David and your families.
from: Jack DeCoigneon: 07-20-2021

Tony was my Little League coach, and I believe he would remember all his players throughout the years.
He was always friendly, always had that great smile and a would always go out of his way to say hello.
A great guy for sure!!
RIP Coach.
from: Jim Cunninghamon: 07-20-2021

Good night Dear Tony, and may Eternity hold you closely in its arms... I shall miss our jokes to one another...God speed...
from: Herman Bishopon: 07-20-2021

A very wonderful man. I was proud to have him as a friend. Nothing fake about him, he was just a really great person. May he rest in peace. I will never forget him
from: Darlene Mancinion: 07-20-2021

I worked with Tony for years at Vermont Yankee and we would often go down memory lane about our North Adams experiences He knew everyone in town.
Great guy, my best to his family.
from: Dick Syriac Lenox Ma.on: 07-20-2021

I have known Tony since 1960, graduated from Drury with him in 1964. What a great man, saw him at every Drury reunion and he never aged. Always the same wonderful guy. He will be missed by all. My condolences to his family and friends. He was a great man to everyone that he met in life.

Blue Jay,CA
from: Armand LeSageon: 07-20-2021

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