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Holy Trinity Polish National Catholic Church
Sunday November 27th, 2016
2:00pm - 8:00pm

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McDermott Funeral Home - Kennedy Township Location
Monday November 28th, 2016

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Anthony Casciato

Age 66, of Crafton (formerly of Kennedy), passed away Wednesday, November 23, 2016. Beloved son of the late Peter and Mary Casciato. He is survived by his sisters, Diane (the late James) King, and Marie (Ken) Keegan; three nephews, Kenneth, Michael, and Kevin Keegan; and extra-special friend, Charlotte McGervey. Anthony spent many years as a watch maker, which he was very proud of. Friends may visit SUNDAY 2-8 p.m., at McDERMOTT FUNERAL HOME, INC., 334 Forest Grove Rd., Kennedy Twp. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Monday 12 p.m. at St. Malachy Church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Anthony's name to The Muscular Dystrophy Association . 

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Marie & Diane
Sorry to hear about Anthony's passing. My prayers you & your family
Lorraine cadciato

Lorraine casciato Dec 4 2016 12:00 AM

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A BASKET GARDEN was sent on November 26, 2016

With deepest sympathy. Joe and Francesca Ventimiglio

Expression of Sympathy Nov 26 2016 12:00 AM

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A Beautiful in Blue was sent on November 25, 2016

Know that you are in our hearts and prayers. Love, Tony, Andrea and Adele

Expression of Sympathy Nov 25 2016 12:00 AM

To Anthony's Family,
Our family has been so blest to have Anthony as part of our family. I will always cherish wonderful family celebrations with Anthony present. I will miss him very much.
I pray God will give you much comfort.

Martha Kandrack Nov 25 2016 12:00 AM

Anthony was a remarkable individual. From day 1, he decided he was going to excel at life, no matter what obstacles or road blocks were present. Anthony was a model for others on how to approach life. He was someone to look towards as an example on how to persevere in the face of hardship.

Anthony's legacy is one of inspiration and achievement. He was always happy and upbeat. He was the kind of cousin (or in my case, second cousin) that could pull you across the finish line if you were out of breath, because he ran - figuratively speaking, but he really had that kind of stamina. Truly remarkable. He ran the great race with more strength and speed than most.

While we miss him dearly, his light will never be extinguished. It shines on even now because of how vibrantly he lived his life. His light is the kind you tell your children and grandchildren about, because it was that bright.

I know he is looking down at all of us now, and as we remember him, he now truly knows his impact. We will see you again Anthony. You go before us, and you pave the way like the trailblazer you are. God Bless you! We will see you again when we finally catch up to you. Enjoy your time now, with the Creator. I know He is very proud of and pleased with His son Anthony. God gave you so many gifts, and you multiplied them ten-thousand-fold. Your entire life was one big thank you prayer to God, Through your life and actions, you told God every day how much you loved Him. Now you are complete. You've made it home.

I can only pray that we all can run the great race with half as much speed and vigor as you did.

We love you Anthony. We miss you. But we will see you again, when we finish the race, and make it home.

Love Jim, Charo, and Little Jimmy Aloye

Jim, Charo, & Little Jimmy Aloye Nov 25 2016 12:00 AM