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Anthony (Tony) Armenio

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Anthony (Tony) Armenio

God saw you getting tired and a cure was not meant to be so he put his arms around you and whispered “come to me.” With tearful eyes we watched you and saw you pass away and although we love you dearly, we could not make you stay. A golden heart stopped beating, hard working hands at rest, God broke our hearts to prove to us he only takes the best. 
  
Following a lengthy illness Anthony (Tony) Armenio 89 of Bossier City, LA. passed away peacefully in his home surrounded by family on Monday July 5, 2021. Tony was born April 10, 1932 in Cleveland, Ohio to Joseph and Giovannina Armenio. Tony was the middle of 2 siblings, Anitetelle and Sammie, whom will all greet him in Heaven including his late wife Maureen Armenio. Tony is survived by his wife Marsha McLaren-Armenio, Tina Armenio-Boyter, Joseph (Joey) Armenio, Stuart Boyter, Steven Woods JR, Stephanie Ebling, Crystal Thurman, Anthony (AJ) Armenio, Michael (Mike) Armenio, Samuel (Sam) Armenio, Jentri Moore-Armenio, Aliena Ebling, Destiny Thurman, Damien Thurman, K’Leann Thurman, Joshua Ebling, Kylee Thurman, Jarrett Ebling, H.A., Aiden Armenio, Julian Armenio, and numerous niece’s and nephew’s. 
  
Tony was a Staff Sergeant in The United States Air Force, he joined in 1951 and recieved National Defense Service medal, Good Conduct medal, and honorably discharged in 1955. Tony was a long time business owner of Louisiana Neon Sign Co. and American Flag Co. for 49 years. Tony was also a member of Deen’s Deputies. Tony was truly one of a kind and a pleasure to be around and will be missed dearly. 
  
Memorial services for Tony were held at Hillcrest funeral home on Wednesday July 14, 2021. The family received friends starting at 1:30pm, with funeral services following at 2:30pm. Officiating the service was Father Joseph Howard 
 
Honorary pallbearers were Johnnie Estess, Ernest Palmisano, Carl Roussel, Stuart Boyter, John Brady, Marshall McLaren, Steven Woods JR, Damien Thurman, AJ, Mike, and Sam Armenio, Jeffery McLaren, and Tommy Wilson.
  
Special Thanks from the family to Christus Schumpert Hospice, Johnnie Estess, Lyn and Carl Roussel, Ernest and Tina Palmisano, Marshall McLaren, Joseph Langley, Mike Lombardino, and to the anonymous Angels, for all the love, care, and support throughout this difficult time. 

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