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Anthony J. Paluszek


ANTHONY J. PALUSZEK

9/24/1947 – 4/26/2020.

Anthony J. Paluszek of Clearwater, FL, passed away peacefully on April 26, 2020 with his wife, Paula, by his side.

Anthony was a very proud Vietnam Veteran, who earned a Bronze Star for his battles in Vietnam, his main conflict being the Tet Offensive.

Anthony leaves his sister Joan Werner and brother-in-law Tom, of California, his neice Holly Werner Caccamise and her husband Phil, and great nephew Giovanni Caccamise of California.  He also leaves his step-son Lonn Elliott of Francestown, NH, sister-in-law Francine Ojala, and several great nieces and nephew and very dear family friends.

Veterans Funeral Care is in charge of all the arrangements.   Military honors at Bay Pines National Cemetery will be performed by the US Army Funeral Honors Team for Tony  on Wednesday July 15th, 2020 at 3:00pm.    All those attending will be required to wear masks covering nose and mouth, per cemetery regulations.

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  • Carol Wade says:

    It has been a number of years since I have seen Anthony. I pray that he is at peace.
    May God’s comfort and peace be with family and friends.

  • CHRISTINE O'Donne says:

    Dear cousin may you rest in peace.My deep sympathy to Paula and family.

  • Dawn Fleischmann says:

    I was very lucky to know Tony. He was a very nice man and my Aunt loved him so. Thank you for your service to our country and I know you are at peace. You will be missed. Thinking of you Aunt Paula everyday.

  • Francine ojala says:

    Rest In Peace Tony . You will be greatly missed . I value the love you showed my sister and the love she returned to you . You made such a beautiful life together . Hugs and love ❤️

  • Julia Hebert says:

    Dear Paula. Sending my sympathy and caring to you on the passing of Tony. May he rest in peace knowing he was well loved and cared for by you.

  • Catherine Le'Clair Grinyer says:

    So sorry for your loss Paula.

  • Tiffany Wade Urena says:

    My deepest sympathy to all family members and friends.

  • Ray Negron says:

    So sorry to hear of Tony’s passing. We served together in the 198TH, spent a lot of time together. Glad I got to see him one more time a few years ago. May he rest in peace.

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