Condolence: To the family of Anthony Salcito:
Our deepest sympathy on your loss.
We have fond memories of Anthony in his youth.
We're not able to attend the service as Flora is hospice now and requires constant care.
Once again, our deepest sympathy,
Flora & Arlene Salcito
Condolence: I knew Tony from the Bank Street West Tube mill. He tested the tubes. He was not only a good friend but a terrific and smart worker who had seen issues long before they cropped up. He also had a sense of humor as he pointed out the follies of management. I used to see Tony around town at the lottery as he and I played the numbers. He was a good man and will be missed.
Condolence: Tony was a great man. He was very funny and thoughtful. I will never forget the time we threw a surprise party for Shari, and we were all talking and having so much fun that when Shari and David pulled in the driveway someone shouted they're here and at 75 years old tony threw his cane, dropped to the floor and commando crawled into the next room. We all were laughing so hard at him we ruined the surprised for Shari, because we were laughing so hard we could collectively say Happy Birthday.So when she walked in she was confused on why we were there her dad was crawling on the floor trying to hide.