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Anthony A. Girgenti, 72

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. —  Anthony Andrew Girgenti, 72 of North Adams, MA died on Thursday September 2, 2021 at Craneville Place in Dalton.

He was born in North Adams, MA on July 4, 1949, a son of Andrew and Angelina (Santelli) Girgenti. He attended local schools and graduated from McCann Technical High School with the class of 1969.

Anthony was a veteran of the Vietnam War and served in the US Navy. He was employed at Steinerfilm for many years until his retirement. Before that, he worked at Sprague Electric Co. Tony loved animals and especially cared for his dogs.

He is survived by two sisters- Judith Ozolins of North Adams, MA and Patricia McKee of West Booth Bay, ME and several nieces and nephews. His longtime companion, Susan O'Brien died in November of 2006.

FUNERAL NOTICE: A private burial for Anthony Girgenti will take place Wednesday September 15, 2021 at 1pm in Southview Cemetery. To add to the Book of Memories, please visit www.flynndagnolifuneralhomes.com.


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Dear Judy, so sorry to hear of the death of your brother. When our siblings die, a part of ourselves is also lost.
from: Ann Clarkon: 09-13-2021

Hi Angie itís Jennifer Girard segala I am so sorry for your loss your brother was a great friend of our family especially my sister Christine. So sorry for your loss hope you and your family are doing well
from: Jennifer Segala on: 09-12-2021

Judy I am so sorry for your loss of your brother Tony he always had a smile on his face and he was such a nice guy
from: Pat on: 09-08-2021

Judy,so sorry for your loss. Sending sincere condolences
from: Ron Catelotti on: 09-06-2021

Judy, so sorry for the loss of your brother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Gwen and Woody Boillat

from: Gwen Boillaton: 09-06-2021

Tony was a great friend. I worked with Tony at Sprague Electric and Steinerfilm. Tony was known a Papa to me. He would feed me all the time at work. He will be truly missed but never forgotten. Tony no more suffering and may you R.I.P.
from: George Beckwithon: 09-04-2021

Tony was a great guy I went to school with him through grammar school and high school you couldnít ask for a better friend. Tony will be missed. My best goes out to his sisters who love him very much. Sincerely Gary Martin
from: on: 09-04-2021

So very sorry to hear. Holding you close in my heart. Hugs
from: Karen Lefaveon: 09-03-2021

Tony was a incredible, kind hearted man. He was the definition of mans best friend, I donít think he ever met a dog he didnít like, or a dog that did not like him. I was fortunate enough to get to know Tony when he worked at Tunnel city. He was such a kind soul! I hope he is at peace and pain free finally. The world lost a great man! My deepest condolences to his sisters.
from: Tanya on: 09-03-2021

Thinking of you Pat.
from: Tom Levensonon: 09-03-2021

Judy, sorry for the loss of your brother.

Lou and Sue
from: Lou and Sue Chalifouxon: 09-03-2021

Worked with him for many years @ steinerfilm. Was a real good friend. Will miss him. R.I.P. Tony.
from: Bill Kirbyon: 09-03-2021

So sorry for your loss remember his smiles and talks growing up in the neighborhood. Always such a friendly guy as we all grew up
Prayers
from: Eileen Roy Gelinason: 09-03-2021

Dear Julie and family, Sending sincere sympathy to you and your family. May he rest in peace.
from: Karen A. Gordonon: 09-03-2021

Tony was a part of my life for many years before him and my mom separated. I hope he is at peace, and can now rest easy.
God Bless
from: Crystal Madison/Maddenon: 09-03-2021

Sorry to hear of Tonyís passing. We became neighbors only a short time ago Tony fell in love with my Boston Terrier Minnie and would spend much time just laying on the ground playing with her. Rest in peace my friend
from: Donna Kelly on: 09-03-2021

So sorry to hear of Tony's passing ! He was great friend and one of my best customers. He loved his two Maltese unconditionally , they were his life. When they were gone he took care of a friend's dog (Mooky) a little black & white Poodle. The owner was unable to walk him . So Tony use to go to Adams almost everyday ,to take him out for a walk. Bring him to the vet when needed and payed for the visit. That was the type of guy he was. He will be sadly missed.
from: Donna M Garner (Wagntails Dog Grooming)on: 09-02-2021

RIP Tony
from: Jim peterson: 09-02-2021

Tony was a great friend for many years, I will miss him but always remember him. God bless.
from: John A Lareseon: 09-02-2021

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