Anthony Recchio Death, Obituary – Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Anthony Recchio of Auburn New York who has passed away untimely and unexpectedly. He took pleasure in listening to music from the 1960s, 1970s, and 1990s, as well as music from more recent decades. He was a devoted follower of the Beatles, more specifically John Lennon, as well as the bands fronted by Maynard James Keenan, most notably Tool.
His knowledge of musical performers was astonishing, and he had an uncanny ability to recall, without making the slightest effort, the years in which particular songs or albums were published, regardless of the genre of music. Anthony was the type of person that got along well with others and could start a discussion with nearly anyone. He was also able to talk about almost anything.
Whenever he came across anybody who required assistance, he would immediately pull over to the side of the road, and without giving it much thought, he would provide that aid to the person. Everyone who met paths with him almost immediately fell in love with him as a result of his contagious grin and laugh.
An extraordinary level of affection characterizes Anthony’s relationships with each and every member of his family. He never wavered in the amazing dedication and unwavering loyalty that he had shown to the family that he had created. Angelo David, his son, was the very air he breathed, the blood that coursed through his veins, and the whole essence of who he was. He was his whole world to him.
They were each other’s best friends, and they used to spend a lot of time doing things together, like playing the guitar, racing wheelbarrows, mowing the lawn, driving Anthony’s vehicle on the additional lot, and creating new memories every day. The wedding took place on October 10, 2015, and Caitlin, who was a Comeskey, was the bride. St. Mary’s Church in Clinton, New York played host to the event, which was held there.
Their marriage has been marked by love ever since it was first united in union. Anthony valued the opportunity to be with his direct and extended family as highly as he valued the gift of life itself. He was able to spend as much time as he wanted with his family. It was not unusual to find him on the phone with his mother, asking for advice on a recipe, or calling his stepfather and uncles for guidance on a current project. This was something that he did quite frequently. His devotion was primarily directed at his family.