Anthony Michael Mancini, 76, passed away amongst his family on Saturday, April 17, 2021 in his home.
Tony was born on March 28, 1945 in the Bronx, NY. He spent most of his life in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and finally, Georgia. He graduated from Bridgewater/Raritan High School and shortly after enlisted in the Army where he earned the title of Vietnam Veteran. After returning from service, he worked at American Cyanamid Company for many years and then went on to work for Fisher Scientific.
At times, Tony also took secondary employment in order to better provide for his family. He was a member of the Bowling Hall of Fame for picking up the infamous 7-10 Split during league play. In his free time, he loved fishing, coaching baseball, playing bingo, video poker, donating to the local lottery (a real philanthropist), and most importantly, taking family trips to the Jersey Shore. He also did volunteer work in his communities through the local Fire Department and Rescue Squad.
He is preceded in death by his wife, Mary Ann Mancini; wife, Sharon Mancini; parents, Vincent and Theresa Mancini; and step daughter, Lorianne Dabrowski.
Survivors include: his son, Stephen; granddaughter, Stefani; stepdaughter, Cindy; grandchildren, Parrish Molony, Elmilie Baer, Amanda Marchinkowski, and Allison Marcinkowski; three brothers, Vinny (Sharon), Johnny (Leslie), and Ray (Lisa); and lastly, his Best Friend, “Joey”.
Service will be private, and he will be laid to rest at Sacred Heart Cemetery in Hillsborough, NJ.