Anthony Robert Lanzone

March 24, 1958 - April 15, 2020
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Anthony Robert Lanzone, 62, of Simpsonville, died Wednesday, April 15, 2020. Born in Tawas City, Michigan, he was the son of the late Marchella and Mary Hill Lanzone. He is survived by daughters, Gina Gatlin and Toni Lanzone -Nettles; son Anthony Lanzone; sister, Theresa Smith and husband, Ray; brothers, Michael Lanzone and wife, Sybil andContinue Reading

Curtis Dunn (Torre) left a message on November 13, 2020:
God rest you Merry Gentleman let nothing you dismay.

Anthony was a child hood friend, we ate salty grits together (with siblings) once when our Mothers over salted them when cooking breakfast for supper by candlelight during the Nov. 9, 1964 blackout.

I remembered him all my life and always prayed for him in every memory.

I will continue.  God give you eternal rest, and hope to know you again one day.

Christ is Risen Anthony; and the gates of hell can not prevail; we will meet again gentle soul.
DiAnn May left a message on May 10, 2020:
Theresa so sorry to hear of your brothers home going.
I worked with you at USF&G.
Praying that Our Heavenly
Father holds you an your family in His Loving Arms and gives you comfort, peace, understanding and His Amazing Grace & Redeeming Love
Neill left a message on April 19, 2020:
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Rhonda Jones Vaughn left a message on April 17, 2020:
So sorry to hear of Tony's homegoing, he was a caring friend and classmate of Class of 1976 WHHS. Tony and I shared birthdays and often seen or phoned each other our greetings. I was so saddened when yrs. after our high school days I found out he had his horse accident causing difficult injuries. Upon a couple of visits at his re-hab it was fun to reflect on high school days to lift his spirits. I lost contact but not out of my thoughts. Prayers for his brother Mike and Tony's family during these difficult days. RIP Tony
Ron Marshbanks left a message on April 17, 2020:
Im lifting all of you up right now. I’m so sorry that you are having to go through this. I love you kids so much ️
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Sally Marshbanks left a message on April 17, 2020:
No one loved their family and their savior more than Tony. He was a big brother to me and I will always remember his love of life and be inspired by his strength. So grateful to have had him in my life and that he is resting & healed with Jesus, his mom, and mine. ️
Sherry Ballenger left a message on April 17, 2020:
I grew up with all the Lanzone kids. They were like family. Tony and I used to fight like brother and sister,  but we loved one another too. When i think of Tony I think of poptarts, water skiing and my mom making us kiss onetime because we were fighting!  Tony you were one of a kind.
Stan Egan left a message on April 17, 2020:
Wow, gone way too soon. So sad to hear of his passing. From the school days at St. Mary’s and through the following 50 years I would say Tony has just been a great guy, good friend and a person I am fortunate to have known most of my entire life. God bless the entire family during this time. Thank You God for our paths crossing throughout are lives!
RIP, my friend!
Stan Egan
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