Anthony DeAmelio (February 06, 1958 - June 29, 2024)

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Anthony DeAmelio
  • February 06, 1958
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  • June 29, 2024

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Anthony DeAmelio, 66, Of Ocala, FL passed away peacefully at his home with his family by his side on June 29, 2024.

Anthony was born in Boston, Massachusetts on February 6, 1958 to Genaio and Nancy DeAmelio.

He graduated Somerville Trade Tech High School with a certificate in Auto Mechanics. He married Jeanne Patti of Revere, MA on July 4, 1984.

Anthony worked as an auto mechanic in Massachusetts until moving to Florida with his family to start his small auto repair business in 1995 and continued to fulfill his dream until becoming ill.

He has left behind his 3 children, Mark DeAmelio, Anthony DeAmelio & wife Rebecca, Angela DeAmelio & husband Drew. His 2 granddaughters, Mia & Nova DeAmelio and great grandson Noah. He had 6 siblings including his twin brother Michael. And many nieces & nephews, and great nieces & nephews.

He was loved by many!!

He is preceded in death by, his wife Jeanne Patti DeAmelio and his parents Genaio & Nancy DeAmelio


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  1. Gail says:
    18 Jul 2024
    RIP Tony

  2. Shannon Decker lit a candle:
    15 Jul 2024
    Lit since July 15, 2024 at 7:14:18 PM

  3. Shannon Decker says:
    15 Jul 2024
    I’ve never known a heart like Tony’s … J have no doubt he touched many many lives in his time and he will live on in the hearts of many RIP

  4. Donna DeAmelio lit a candle:
    15 Jul 2024
    Lit since July 15, 2024 at 7:36:36 AM

  5. Daniel says:
    13 Jul 2024
    I’ll always remember going to Uncle Tony’s house when we were young. The countless Christmas Eve dinners where he proudly cooked for all of us. He was always there for me and my brothers. Words really can’t describe how much he meant to me. Such a kind and loving man towards any and everyone. Love you forever Uncle Tony.

  6. Justin & Gabby says:
    13 Jul 2024
    You are truly missed by so many. Thankful to have such an amazing person to call my uncle.
    From childhood to adulthood, you were always available anytime time anyone needed anything.
    Gone but never forgotten <3
    RIP Uncle Tony!!

  7. Justin & Gabby lit a candle:
    13 Jul 2024
    Lit since July 13, 2024 at 7:50:22 PM

  8. Donna DeAmelio says:
    13 Jul 2024
    Oh how I miss you! My brother had the biggest heart and was so kind. He was always cheering us all on in everything we did and was so happy when we made great strides. He loved everyone and everyone loved him and his sense of humor. He would give you the shirt off his back. He was always there for us when we had car trouble, he knew what was wrong even before checking the car out, he just knew it all. He was such an awesome brother❤️ I will keep him in heart everyday. I love you Ant!

  9. Anthony DeAmelio says:
    12 Jul 2024
    My father was a great man, teaching me how to be a man myself. His work ethics has been passed down as well as his his passion for classic cars, especially volkswagens has continued to be a passion of mine. Both my mother and father has taught me to be proper and have self respect in which carries on. I am now an owner of my own facility doing restorations in multiple classics but specializing in Volkswagen. He has always shown respect to many others and was respected by hundreds in the community. my highlights of him would be riding motorcycles and just being next to him while working on cars. He also loved to eat, sharing his recipes that he learned from his family which now carries on to me and my family. His legacy will always live on and he will never be forgotten.

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